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Weather and Climate: What's the Difference? Weather = Short-Term While Climate = Average Over a Much Longer Period

Noni has a history of use as a topical preparation for joint pain and skin conditions. Today, people drink noni fruit juice as a general health tonic, as well as for cancer and chronic conditions such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes.

Willful blindness, Margaret Heffernan argues, isn’t a fatal diagnosis of the human condition — it may be our natural, evolutionarily cultivated tendency, but it is within our capability to diffuse it with the right combination of intention and attention. Margaret Heffernan: The dangers of "willful blindness" via TED

The way you feel on any given day may actually be related to the weather forecast in ways science is only beginning to understand. http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2016/03/31/weather-affects-mood.aspx

The Plant That Kills Cancer Cells, Stop Diabetes and Boosts Your Immune System!

Goya, or otherwise known as Karela, is a “bitter-melon” fruit that has been used for health benefits in countries all over the world for a long period of time. It grows well in humid and hot climates and can be mostly found in South America and Asia....

EPA workers used govt. credit cards for gifts, meals, gym memberships

EPA employees used government credit cards for gym memberships, gift cards, meals and even charity donations – ALL FROM TAXPAYER FUNDS! Environmental Protection Agency's inspector general found 75 of 80 transactions it examined involved waste, fraud or abuse. Agency's annual credit card bills are 67,000 transactions deep. Some bills were 'child care' & 'dance hall,' while others were for untraceable American Express gift cards. EPA employees bought gym memberships for entire families.

"The collective mission is broad: Create a school environment of general well-being, and a climate where mental health isn't stigmatized." | npr.org

If there was one sound that rose above all others at the grocery checkout line last year, it was this: Ouch! When your grocery

9 Reasons You Really Need to Go to Sleep Sleep psychologist Matt Walker explains what happens when you stay awake too long. —By Indre Viskontas | Fri Jan. 16, 2015 1