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Grim State Of Urban Hospitals

By   16 hours ago

Philadelphia. (Matt Rourke/AP) Like most of its big-city brethren, Hahnemann University Hospital in downtown Philadelphia has a mandate that’s rarely advertised but widely understood, especially in poor neighborhoods: Treat everyone who walks through its doors, the indigent as well as the insured. That egalitarian mission led to some 150 patients treated in its emergency room […]

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Trouble with the Moroccan Kingdom’s Hospitals

By   16 hours ago

RABAT, Morocco — “Medecin en deuil,” French for “Doctor in mourning,” is how physicians across Morocco describe themselves. For months, they have been taking to the streets around the country in protest, wearing black — and that slogan — to symbolize death. But they are not out there alone. These days, medical students, clad in […]

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What are the best ways to eat more plant-based protein?

By   1 month ago

Last reviewed June 25 June 2019 By Charlotte Lillis Reviewed by Natalie Olsen, RD, LD, ACSM EP-C   Proteins are responsible for the growth and repair of the body’s tissues. They also play an essential role in the production of hormones, enzymes, and red blood cells. Each protein is made up of smaller building blocks called […]

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What Is The Link between gluten & Rheumatoid Arthritis?

By   2 months ago

Last reviewed Thu 20 June 2019By Jon Johnson Reviewed by Nancy Carteron, MD, FACR     Rheumatoid arthritis is an inflammatory condition. Some people with a gluten intolerance may feel that eating gluten causes their symptoms to flare up. Some people find that removing certain foods, such as those that cause inflammation, from their diet can help […]

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Could Processed Foods Explain Why Autism Is On The Rise?

By   2 months ago

Published Monday 24 June 2019 By Ana Sandoiu Fact checked by Jasmin Collier For the first time, scientists have found a molecular connection between a common food preservative, neuronal disruption, and autism spectrum disorder. The findings suggest that there may be a link between the consumption of processed foods during pregnancy and the rise of autism. A […]

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What To Know About Sugar In Fruit

By   2 months ago

Last reviewed Tue 25 June 2019 By Zawn Villines Reviewed by Natalie Butler, RD, LD   With so many fad diets and sources of nutrition advice, it can be difficult to separate fact from fiction — especially when it comes to sugar. However, it is worth noting that the body metabolizes fruit sugar differently than processed […]

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Low fruit & vegetable intake may account for millions of deaths

By   2 months ago

Findings from a new study suggest that inadequate consumption of fruits and vegetables may be a major factor in heart disease death. Fruits and vegetables are rich in vitamins, fiber, potassium, magnesium, and antioxidants. A diet that includes fruits and vegetables can lower blood pressure, reduce the risk of heart disease and cancer, and improve digestive health. Previous research — part of the Harvard-based Nurses’ […]

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    The Minnesota Iceman

    By   16 hours ago

    The Strange Case of the Minnesota Iceman The modern-day corpse of a human-like hominid, preserved in a block of ice, encountered by researchers in the 1960s, you say? Surely the zoological discovery of the century! By Darren Naish on January 2, 2017 Regular readers will know that I recently published a book on cryptozoology, titled […]

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    Disrespect & Desecration at Mummy Unwrapping Parties

    By   3 months ago

      A ‘mummy unwrapping party’ was a social event most commonly associated with the elites of Victorian England. As its name suggests, these parties involved the unwrapping of Egyptian mummies in front of an audience. Such parties were highly popular amongst the Victorian elite, and therefore were huge successes, as it blended three elements that […]

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    The League of Gileadites

    By   4 months ago

    League of Gileadites Submitted by Cliff McCarthy, Archivist, Wood Museum of Springfield History Last Updated 22 October 2017 John Brown in Springfield John Brown came to Springfield in 1846 to establish a commission house for the wool business of Perkins and Brown. True to his affinity for the underdog, the purpose of the business was […]

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    Moorish History

    By   6 months ago

    MOORISH HOLY TEMPLE OF SCIENCE OF THE WORLD MOORISH HISTORICAL ORIGINS AND MYSTICAL CONNECTIONS As stated in “THE MUQARRABEEN FILES”are “the following information is results of a historical research quest that I took upon myself over two decades ago. Many of the documents appear just as they were presented to me i.e., old, yellow, cracked […]

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    10 Ancient American Civilizations

    By   7 months ago

    Caral Supe Civilization (3000-2500 BC) The Caral-Supe civilization is the oldest known advanced civilization in the American continents discovered to date. Discovered only as recently as, within the first decade of the 21st century, the villages of the Caral Supe were located along the coast of central Peru. Nearly 20 separate villages have been identified, […]

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    The False Teachers: Charles Taze Russell

    By   8 months ago

    The False Teachers: Charles Taze Russell March 23, 2014 #false teachers Share A few weeks ago I set out on a new series of articles through which I intend to scan the history of the church—from its earliest days all the way to the present time—to examine some of Christianity’s most notorious false teachers. Along […]

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    Joseph Smith

    By   8 months ago

    Joseph Smith’s False Prophecies by Matt Slick12/16/08 Joseph Smith, the founder of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, commonly known as the Mormons, claimed to be a prophet of God.  Was he a prophet of the true and living God?  There are two ways to find out.  First, compare what he says to […]

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      Iran Shoots Down US Surveillance Drone, Heightening Tensions

      By   2 months ago

        In this Oct. 24, 2018, photo released by the U.S. Air Force, members of the 7th Reconnaissance Squadron prepare to launch an RQ-4 Global Hawk at Naval Air Station Sigonella, Italy. Iran’s Revolutionary Guard shot down a U.S. RQ-4 Global Hawk on Thursday, June 20, 2019, amid heightened tensions between Tehran and Washington over […]

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      The Vagrancy Act Of 1866

      By   3 months ago

      Contributed by Brent Tarter   The Vagrancy Act of 1866, passed by the General Assembly on January 15, 1866, forced into employment, for a term of up to three months, any person who appeared to be unemployed or homeless. If so-called vagrants ran away and were recaptured, they would be forced to work for no […]

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      The Convict Leasing System

      By   3 months ago

      After the Civil War, the 13th, 14th, and 15th Constitutional amendments were passed with the intention of establishing equality under the law for newly freed slaves, or so the story goes. The fact of the matter is that slavery was – and still is – completely legal in the United States, only in a much […]

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      Anti-Literacy Policy

      By   3 months ago

      Anti-literacy laws were in force in many slave states before and during the American Civil War, affecting slaves, freedmen, and in some cases all people of color.[1] These largely came into force following abolitionist David Walker’s 1829 publication of Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World, which openly advocated rebellion,[2] and Nat Turner’s slave […]

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      Bretton Woods System & 1944 Agreement

      By   3 months ago

      BY KIMBERLY AMADEO Updated January 02, 2019 The 1944 Bretton Woods agreement established a new global monetary system. It replaced the gold standard with the U.S. dollar as the global currency. By so doing, it established America as the dominant power in the world economy. After the agreement was signed, America was the only country with the ability to print dollars. The […]

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      Roper vs Simmons

      By   4 months ago

      Syllabus NOTE: Where it is feasible, a syllabus (headnote) will be released, as is being done in connection with this case, at the time the opinion is issued. The syllabus constitutes no part of the opinion of the Court but has been prepared by the Reporter of Decisions for the convenience of the reader. See […]

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      Batson vs Kentucky

      By   4 months ago

      Posted on November 1, 2012 | Constitutional Law | Tags: Constitutional Law Case Brief Facts Petitioner was an African American male found guilty of burglary. His jury at trial was entirely white; and he appealed on the basis of jury selection. The record indicated that the judge dismissed various jurors for legitimate purposes. In jury […]

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        Future Of Cities from Past Cities

        By   3 months ago

        Great cities are among our sturdiest survivors, she argues, because they serve a crucial role. That’s why more than half the world’s population now lives in cities, and that proportion will only rise in coming decades. (Penguin Random House) In this era of increasing polarization, she offers a hopeful reminder about the calming influences of […]

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        7 Simple Community-Building Ideas for a Greener Space

        By   6 months ago

        March 28, 2016 by Jen Wallace Promote community-building and make your town or city a greener place to live. Looking for easy ideas to promote sustainability and community building at the same time? We got you covered.   Get Involved with Government and Politics – If you aren’t already involved within your community’s government, you […]

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        25 Ways To Become a more (Moor) Active Citizen/National

        By   6 months ago

        April 6, 2016 by Jen Wallace Democracy only works if you work at it. Become a more active citizen with these tips. While the Presidential election season may have you doubting our political system (not to mention whether you want to remain a citizen of the United States of Trump or not), we actually have […]

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        Basic American Civics 101

        By   9 months ago

          In 1789, our Founding Fathers gave America a Constitutional Republic Because of them, Americans were born free. However, because we have lost sight of basic truths,we could very shortly lose our Republic and become enslaved in tyranny. At one time, these principles of government and basic truths were taught in every school. By age […]

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        Failing Civics Test, Coast To Coast

        By   10 months ago

        By Grant Addison April 20, 2017 8:00 AM (Photo: Justin Skinner/Dreamstime) Today, most Americans can’t answer even basic questions about their government. Some states are taking steps to change that. Last week, lawmakers in Oregon proposed a bill that would require all public-school students in the state to pass the civics portion of the U.S. […]

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        Civil Rights, and Civic Duties and Responsibilities of the Commonwealth of Dominica

        By   11 months ago

        Civil Rights, and Civic Duties and Responsibilities   Introduction I thank you for affording me the opportunity to address you at the commencement of this your First Meeting of the Seventh Parliament. My wife and I are extremely happy to be here with you today. I must stress that although this message is being delivered […]

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        Happy Holi-Dey Family!

        By   12 months ago

        I.S.L.A.M Family (I am, Self, Law, And Master) It is such a wonderful Dey to be alive, I know some of you are shocked by what we have been posting and doing here at northgate.network, but somebody has to do it. The truth it seems as if it is something of the past, that we […]

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          Guide to The Epic of Gilgamesh

          By   16 hours ago

          “Forget death and seek life!” With these encouraging words, Gilgamesh, the star of the eponymous 4000-year-old epic poem, coins the world’s first heroic catchphrase. At the same time, the young king encapsulates the considerations of mortality and humanity that lie at the heart of the world’s most ancient epic. While much has changed since, the […]

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          One Hundred Thousand Adams & Eves?

          By   4 months ago

          8 April, 2019 – 22:59 David Reich One Hundred Thousand Adams and Eves? Read Later Print When the journalist Roger Lewin in 1987 dubbed the common maternal ancestor of all people living today “ Mitochondrial Eve ,” he evoked a creation story —that of a woman who was the mother of us all, and whose […]

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          Milton Erickson

          By   6 months ago

          What sets Ericksonian Hypnosis apart from other, more traditional forms of hypnosis? Perhaps the best way to gain insight into this question is to follow Erickson’s lead and use stories, starting with Erickson’s own dramatic life story. A story of courage and determination and one that, to me, is a confirmation of the belief that […]

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          Hidden Meaning Of Playing Cards

          By   9 months ago

          Don’t take those playing cards for granted. Take a break from blackjack and baccarat and learn a bit of playing cards’ history below. Playing Cards, the Suits and the Four Elements As you know, a single deck is divided into four suits: spades, hearts, clubs and diamonds. These four suits are known as swords, cups, […]

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          Freemasonry, Astrology, and the Washington D.C. Street Plan

          By   10 months ago

            During the 1790s the Moor Benjamin Banneker Bey designed the street plan and architectural layout of Washington D.C. to include many occult talismans. If you see D.C. from an aerial view, you may be shocked to find things like an iron cross (used by Hitler), the Star of David (used by the Rothschilds), an […]

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          Origins Of Easter

          By   11 months ago

            20 April, 2014 – 02:24 aprilholloway The Ancient Pagan Origins of Easter Easter Sunday is a festival and holiday celebrated by millions of people around the world who honour the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, described in the New Testament as having occurred three days after his crucifixion at Calvary. It is also […]

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          The Shocking Truth About Christmas

          By   11 months ago

            By Dr. Russell K. Tardo Disclaimer: The Scripture verses have been changed to reflect the true sacred name of Yahuah and Yahusha, but because this article was written by one who was not versed in the sacred names it is therefore replete with the names Jesus Christ, and the Lord, God. “We Americans [and […]

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            The Genetic Structure Of The World’s First Farmers

            By   3 months ago

              Iosif Lazaridis, Dani Nadel, Gary Rollefson, Deborah C. Merrett, Nadin Rohland, Swapan Mallick, Daniel Fernandes, Mario Novak, Beatriz Gamarra, Kendra Sirak, Sarah Connell, Kristin Stewardson, Eadaoin Harney, Qiaomei Fu, Gloria Gonzalez-Fortes, Songül Alpaslan Roodenberg, György Lengyel, Fanny Bocquentin, Boris Gasparian, Janet M. Monge, Michael Gregg, Vered Eshed, Ahuva-Sivan Mizrahi, Christopher Meiklejohn, Fokke Gerritsen, Luminita […]

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            Hubble Measurements Confirm There’s Something Weird About How The Universe is Expanding

            By   4 months ago

            New results from the Hubble Space Telescope have deepened one of the biggest mysteries in astronomy. Astronomers know that the Universe is expanding, and the expansion is accelerating. Sometimes you’ll hear news stories claim that the Universe is expanding “faster than we thought.” But that’s not quite what’s going on. The rate of the expansion, […]

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            What Is Genetic Modification?

            By   6 months ago

            By Rachel Ross, Live Science Contributor | February 1, 2019 12:25pm ET The first genetically engineered food on the market was the Flavr Savr tomato. Credit: Shutterstock Genetic modification is the process of altering the genetic makeup of an organism. This has been done indirectly for thousands of years by controlled, or selective, breeding of […]

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            What Is Quantum Entanglement?

            By   8 months ago

            Have you ever tried to solve a mystery of the universe? The task seems rather daunting, but there are plenty of scientists and researchers that have spent their lives trying to find answers to the most paradoxical questions of existence. Einstein is credited with unraveling some of these fantastic mysteries, but there is one strange […]

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            Imhotep

            By   9 months ago

              by Joshua J. Mark published on 16 February 2016 Imhotep (Greek name, Imouthes, c. 2667-2600 BCE) was an Egyptian polymath (a person expert in many areas of learning) best known as the architect of King Djoser’s Step Pyramid at Saqqara. His name means “He Who Comes in Peace” and he is the only Egyptian […]

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            Thomas W. Stewart

            By   9 months ago

            Thomas W. Stewart was an American inventor who made improvements to the mop and invented the railroad indicator and a metal bending machine, according to About.com. Stewart was born in Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1823. Stewart was one of the first African-Americans to be awarded a patent. Thomas Stewart’s first invention was a station and street […]

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            Benjamin Banneker Bey

            By   10 months ago

            March 11, 2012/8 Comments/in Inventors, Male Inventors, Others /by Gaius Chamberlain Benjamin Banneker was born in 1731 just outside of Baltimore, Maryland, the son of a slave. His grandfather had been a member of a royal family in Africa and was wise in agricultural endeavors.His father, Robert, was an African slave who purchased his freedom […]

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              John Walker Lindh, The ‘American Taliban,’ Is Released from Prison

              By   3 months ago

              National Security May 23, 201912:02 AM This image from television footage shows John Walker Lindh in Afghanistan on Dec. 1, 2001. Lindh was a Taliban soldier who was captured at that time. John Walker Lindh, known as the “American Taliban” after his capture in Afghanistan in 2001, was released from prison on Thursday after serving […]

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              ‘Hundreds of bugs’ crawled from a girl’s backpack, Florida mom is charged with neglect

              By   3 months ago

              ‘Hundreds of bugs’ crawled from a girl’s backpack, police say, as a Florida mom is charged with neglect By Jason Hanna, CNN Updated 2:07 PM ET, Sat May 11, 2019 (CNN)A Florida woman was arrested last week on felony neglect charges after police said her five children were living in filthy conditions, including a girl […]

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              Growing Number of Moorish Americans try to evade prosecution

              By   4 months ago

              Growing number of Moorish Americans try to evade prosecution by Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun Shackled in a Baltimore courtroom and facing a 110-year sentence for murder and arson, Terrence Rollins-Bey stood defiant — talking over the judge and prosecutor in a series of outbursts. “With respect to your honor, I object to everything you’re […]

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              5 Fastest Growing Economies In The World

              By   6 months ago

              April 13, 2017, 10:34:24 AM EDT By Prableen Bajpai Sluggish global trade, policy uncertainties in major economies, and subdued investment have weighed on the global economy in recent years. While the gloom’s biggest impact was on some of the most advanced nations, it has been defied by emerging and developing economies. In fact, developing economies, […]

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              Julius sello Malema

              By   6 months ago

              Early years and Political involvement Julius Sello Malema was born on 3 March 1981, in Seshego, Limpopo, and raised by a single mother who worked as a domestic worker in Seshego Township. He went to Mohlakaneng High School in Limpopo. Malema began his political career at a young age. He joined the Masupatsela (Trailblazers), a […]

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              Top 10 Richest Families In The World

              By   6 months ago

              by Abayomi Jegede January 23, 2019 in USA, World Would it not be a great idea to take birth in one of the richest families in the world? One can have all the comforts of life at his/her command. Do you think that life is very simple for them? In fact, they have to work […]

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              Top 15 Richest Countries

              By   7 months ago

              These are the richest countries in the world per capita. 15. Iceland ($52,150) Tourism, exports and investment have driven Iceland’s GDP growth, according to the IMF. The IMF also predicts that the growth of the country’s tourism industry is also expected to be long-lasting. 14. Netherlands ($53,580) The city of Amsterdam in the Netherlands just […]

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