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    Ugandan Bacteria used in “Vaccine Against Depression”

    Ugandan Bacteria used in “Vaccine Against Depression”

    Research from the University of Colorado Boulder recently published in the journal Brain, Behavior and Immunity recently proposed a “vaccine against depression,” containing a bacteria first identified in the African country of Uganda called Mycobacterium vaccae. Image credit: trekearth Mycobacterium vaccae was first discovered in Uganda, in the 1990’s near the shores of Lake Kyoga.… More

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    It’s Not New: Pictures Show The Fight Against Vaccines Is Well Over 100 Years Old

    It’s Not New: Pictures Show The Fight Against Vaccines Is Well Over 100 Years Old

    In the foreword to the book by Doctor Suzanne Humphries and Roman Bistrianyk entitled ‘Dissolving Illusions: Disease, Vaccines, and the Forgotten History,’ Dr. Jayne L. M. Donegan sums up the vaccine ‘landscape’ that she and all MDs enter into as they become doctors: Despite questioning the safety and efficacity of vaccination by reputable medical men since its… More

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    This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through June 16)

    This Week’s Awesome Stories From Around the Web (Through June 16)

    ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE This Wild, AI-Generated Film Is the Next Step in ‘Whole-Movie Puppetry’Sam Machkovech | Ars Technica “Their plan required Benjamin to do the following: cobble together footage from public domain films, face-swap the duo’s database of human actors into that footage, insert spoken voices to read Benjamin’s script, and score the film. This was… More

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    This Map Shows Which US Cities You Have The Best Chance Of Seeing A UFO In

    This Map Shows Which US Cities You Have The Best Chance Of Seeing A UFO In

    A team of researchers at Casino.org examined data records pertaining to reported UFO sightings and mapped out where the highest concentrations of sightings are across the US. Although many other countries are hotspots for UFO activity, the US is one of the biggest hotspots, and there are several reasons for that. Editor David Sheldon stated, “While… More

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    How to relax during your weekend

    How to relax during your weekend

    ADVERTISEMENT Ah, the weekend. What most of us live for. The time when we can unwind and switch off from the working week, and really explore our inner relaxation! They always go by too quickly, and never seem to come around quick enough, and that’s not a good thing. But, we have to make the… More

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    Chilling “Before And After” Photos Of Libya Go Viral

    Chilling “Before And After” Photos Of Libya Go Viral

    In the year 2000, a Libyan man took several photos of himself situated at various spots across the city of Benghazi, Libya. 18 years later, he recently revisited the exact same locations to take photos of the spectacular, beautiful human trafficking laden, NATO liberated mess of modern day Libya under the rule of the United… More

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    Should Government Be ‘Protecting’ Gender Identity/Expression?

    Should Government Be ‘Protecting’ Gender Identity/Expression?

    With any new legislation that increases the power of government over people–and what new legislation can you think of in recent history that does otherwise?—there is reason for concern and vigilance. For example, a year ago the Ontario government passed Bill 89 into law. It was called the ‘Supporting Children, Youth and Families Act’ and… More

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    Yoga for Back Health: 3 Ways to Improve Posture with Your Breath

    Yoga for Back Health: 3 Ways to Improve Posture with Your Breath

    Your spine is a few inhales away from freedom! Create space in the tissues with simple exercises you can do in a chair. Got back pain? Want to find relief, begin healing, and enjoy your yoga practice again? Join Alison West, PhD, C-IYAT, E-RYT, for her new online course, Yoga for Back Health: A 6-Week… More

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