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2024 Is Going To Be A Financial Disaster For The World

As we come to the end of what has been a very rough year for people across the globe because of rampant inflation, war, and a myriad of other major problems, just when people thought it couldn’t get any worse, it now appears that 2024 is going to be a financial disaster for the world.

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World Chefs: Terry Walters dishes up judgment-free vegan fare

By Dorene Internicola NEW YORK (Reuters) – Terry Walters, clean-food chef, educator and author of the new cookbook “Eat Clean Live Well,” says her cooking career started as a necessity and became a passion. The more than 175 recipes in her third book continue in the vegan, gluten-free vein that yielded best sellers “Clean Food” and “Clean Start.” It all started, Walters said, when she was diagnosed with high cholesterol

Natural acne remedies with homemade facial mask recipes

(NaturalNews) You don’t have to spend another dime buying chemicals to put on your face. Everything you need to create a healthy, beneficial, facial mask can be found in your kitchen.Honey is an antibacterial that has been used throughout the ages to dress wounds. It is an excellent…

The Sneaky Cause of Your Sugar Cravings

With everyone from from HBO comedian John Oliver to Yahoo’s Global New Anchor Katie Couric bashing sugar’s vice-like grip on the modern diet, more and more people are deciding to ditch it. Enter JJ Virgin, New York Times bestselling author of The Virgin Diet and of JJ Virgin’s Sugar Impact Diet, out today. Protein also balances blood sugar, which decreases the risk of a low-blood-sugar-induced binge. If you’re vegetarian or vegan,

Shift work link to brain power decline: study

The effects on brain function can be reversed, the team wrote in the journal Occupational & Environmental Medicine, but this may take at least five years. Yet, little has been known about its potential impact on brain function. Researchers tested more than 3,000 current or retired workers in a variety of sectors in southern France in 1996, 2001 and 2006 for long- and short-term memory, processing speed and overall cognitive

Air pollution in smokers’ homes can reach outdoor levels in worst cities

By Shereen Lehman (Reuters Health) – Living with a smoker can be like breathing the air in the world’s most polluted cities, according to a new study from Scotland. “The message is pretty simple really – smoking in your home leads to really poor air quality and results in concentrations of fine particles, that you can’t see, that would cause real concern to us if they were found outside,” said

No increased risk of cancer death with celiac disease

By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) – By 10 years after a diagnosis of celiac disease, people with the condition are no more likely to die from cancer or cardiovascular disease than the general population, according to a new study. People with celiac disease were, in fact, slightly less likely to die of cardiovascular disease than others in the new study. When people with celiac disease, a hereditary condition, eat gluten

4 Weird Ways the Time Change Affects Your Health

Soak up the extra morning light to stave off the winter blues.  When the phrase “turning back the clock” is applied to the anti-aging benefits of a new skincare routine, there is very little downside. “The autumn change is usually the more benign one,” said Michael Grandner, a instructor in psychiatry at the University of Pennsylvania and a member of the Center for Sleep and Circadian Neurobiology. So adding time

Former Adobe exec's start-up seeks to improve the mammogram experience

(This version of the Oct 30 story, corrects title in first paragraph to chief marketing, not medical, officer) SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters)-Former Adobe Chief Marketing Officer Melissa Dyrdahl hopes to bring a spa-like feel to the experience of breast cancer screenings. Her start-up, Ella Health, has opened seven mammogram centers across the United States, in places ranging from Toms River, New Jersey to San Francisco. Ella’s pitch: to improve the often

U.S. top court does not act yet on Obamacare subsidies challenge

By Lawrence Hurley WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday took no action on a closely watched case that challenges a key part of the Obamacare healthcare law and could limit the availability of federal health insurance subsidies for millions of Americans. The legal fight concerns whether the subsidies vital to the implantation of the 2010 Affordable Care Act should be available in all 50 states or only

Think Beyond the Pill: 4 Contraceptives You Should Consider

The IUD is one underused — and highly effective — method of birth control.  Since the Pill first swept onto the scene in the 1960s, the perception of contraception has gone from controversial to common sense. Yet many women have never advanced beyond their pill packet— even as science has proven there are a number of viable alternatives to oral contraception, some of which are actually more effective. “When you

AngloGold closer to elusive 'zero harm' target with safety record

By Ed Stoddard and Peroshni Govender JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) – South African gold producer AngloGold Ashanti, which runs the world’s deepest mines, said on Monday it had completed six months without any fatalities, a first for a company that has struggled with the industry’s “zero harm” target. The news helped lift AngloGold shares, up more than 7 percent after its first quarterly earnings since it scrapped a plan to sell new

Major HFCS manufacturer bans Syngenta's GMO corn

(NaturalNews) A major U.S. manufacturer of high-fructose corn syrup (HFCS) has announced that it will not purchase a new strain of genetically modified (GM) corn from biotech company Syngenta.The company, Illinois-based Ingredion Inc., did not state its reasons for rejecting GM…

Ways to Deal With the End of Daylight Savings Time

Here come the sun: Mornings get a little cheerier when things brighten up.  By Michael Gollust If you’ve been starting your day in near-total darkness each morning, relief has arrived: November 2 marks the end of Daylight Savings Time (in most of the country) — the day when your clocks “fall back” an hour. Although the prospect of leaving work when it’s dark out may be depressing, sleep specialist and

How To Recover When Stress Builds Up

It was my first year of graduate school and my professor was standing at the front of the room. He was telling our class about a mistake he made years before.About a decade earlier, my professor had been one of the senior executives at Sears, Roebuck & Company, the large department store chain. They were in the middle of a massive national…

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Auryn Samples High-Grade Silver and Gold over 4.5 km² at Curibaya

Auryn Samples High-Grade Silver and Gold over 4.5 km² at Curibaya Vancouver, Canada – October 28th, 2019 – Auryn Resources Inc. (TSX: AUG, NYSE American: AUG) (“Auryn” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce initial rock sampling results from the newly acquired Sambalay and Salvador concessions at the Company’s 11,000 hectare Curibaya project located in the Tacna province in Southern Peru. High-grade mineralization was sampled throughout a 1.5 kilometer by

Auryn Intersects 116 meters of 0.58% Copper Equivalent in Historical Drill Core from Auryn’s Fierrazo Target at Sombrero

Auryn Intersects 116 meters of 0.58% Copper Equivalent in Historical Drill Core from Auryn’s Fierrazo Target at Sombrero Vancouver, British Columbia – June 13, 2019 – Auryn Resources Inc. (TSX: AUG, NYSE AMERICAN: AUG, “Auryn” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce results from eight historical drill holes, totaling 988 meters of drilling, from the Fierrazo target at the Sombrero project in Southern Peru. These holes were drilled in 2013

K92 Announces Stellar PEA Results

K92 Announces Stellar PEA Results VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 08, 2019 — K92 Mining announces positive results of the updated Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) THE KEY OUTCOMES FROM THE PEA WERE: Mining production and plant processing capacity could be increased to 400,000 tonnes per annum over a period of approximately 12 months; Could achieve an NPV of US $710 million pre-tax, or US $559 million after tax, and an Internal Rate

K92 ANNOUNCES INCREASED RESOURCE FOR KORA NORTH

K92 ANNOUNCES INCREASED RESOURCE FOR KORA NORTH HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: • The updated Mineral Resource estimate for the Kora North deposit comprises a Measured Resource of 154,000 tonnes @ 18.7 g/t Au, 8.9 g/t Ag and 0.5% Cu; an Indicated Resource of 690,000 tonnes @ 11.6 g/t Au, 14.1 g/t Ag and 0.8% Cu and an Inferred Resources of 1.92 million tonnes @ 11.4 g/t Au, 13.1 g/t Ag and 0.7%

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