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Vaccines May Be Poisoning the Population, One Shot at a Time

New evidence suggests that injecting vaccine ingredients such as aluminum, mercury, formaldehyde, anti-freeze agents, nail polish removers, DNA fragments from animals, antibiotics and dozens of other.

Andreas Moritz, bestselling author of over a dozen health books, including Timeless Secrets of Health and Rejuvenation and The Amazing Liver and Gallbladder Flush, announces the release of his new book Vaccine-nation.

Australian Senator Conroy receives global telecommunications award

The Australian Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy Senator Stephen has been honoured by the Global Telecoms Business magazine in London for his personal contribution to telecommunication.

SOUTH AFRICA: Mandisa Dlamini, "You don't know the real Gugu Dlamini"


Saudi Activist: Woman Driver Freed From Detention

A Saudi woman detained for defying the ultraconservative kingdom's ban on female drivers was released Monday after growing international pressure for her freedom, a rights activist said.

Relapse And Recovery: A Tale Of Two Prostitutes

Nashville, revisiting the streets they used to walk.

Obama's 'Certificate Of Live Birth' Released By The White House

Obama's Birth Certificate

What brought Yang Ming Sheng back to health from the brink of death?

Yang Ming Shen (right1) knows how to make good use of his time. Busy as he is, he still has the opportunity to travel around the world with the Tai Ji Men Cultural Group for cultural exchange, and to promote love and peace. The activities make his life even more meaningful.

A Vivid Example of Turning the Tables: An Inspiration to the Youth

36-year-old Dr. Zhang Zhe-Wei Won 2010 International Inventor Prize

20110403新聞稿達人_a0899逆轉勝青年勵志活教材張哲維36歲獲國際傑出發明家榮耀1_0_0.jpgMr. Wang Jin-pyng, president of the Legislative Yuan presented the National Outstanding Scholarship Award to Dr. Zhang (right)

‘Lost’ with Carlton Cuse

Surviving on the island, and life lessons from Hunter S. Thompson

Carlton Cuse '81: “Storytelling, in whatever artistic form, is really the most powerful way we have of communicating our experiences with each other.”

Warrior spirit

Student-veteran ready for another Boston Marathon

Andrew Kinard lost his legs in Iraq but made a promise to himself that the wounds he suffered in battle wouldn’t control his life: He is currently pursuing a joint Harvard Law School/Harvard Business School degree and will be handcycling in the Boston Marathon. “It’s a decision I have to make every day, he said. “It never goes away, but it’s a commitment that I made.”