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I've been reading these discussions and gotten some comfort. Our 7 yr old golden retriever just died suddenly, and it's driving us crazy, so I have to ask the same question. Copper is a big (95lb) golden retriever, healthy except for a small tumor removed a year ago. He got his routine vets checkup June 15, and had a clean bill of health (including palpating the abdomen, where the tumor was). 4 days ago, we noticed in the morning he had not eaten his dinner.

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Why Cloning Should be Legalized by Alexa Elrod The practice of cloning can be used to benefit society and therefore should be legalized. Ever since the cloning of the first adult sheep, Dolly, the idea of cloning has become a major issue and the subject of many debates. Many people are afraid of the idea of cloning because it is new and misunderstood. There is the notion that a clone would not be the same as any other person, but a clone is just a normal person, created with and having the same genes as the person being cloned.

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Could al Qaeda benefit from Yemen turmoil? EXPAND GALLERY The United States recently pulled out its last remaining special forces from the country, a boon for terrorists operating there. And now Saudi Arabia has waded into the complex conflict roiling Yemen. The unrest has ramifications for the West. Yemen, which U. S. President Barack Obama once cited as a successful example of counterterrorism strategy.

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Scientists have found the reason why not cleaning your teeth can cause heart attacks. A link between poor oral hygiene and increased risk of heart attack has long been suspected. But until now nobody has been able to figure out exactly why not brushing regularly might bring one on. Now a Bristol University dental scientist has discovered that a common bacteria responsible for tooth decay and gum disease can break out into the bloodstream and help blood clots to form.

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Albert Einstein is the world-famous physicist. This article was originally published in the first issue of Monthly Review (May 1949). It was subsequently published in May 1998 to commemorate the first issue of MR ‘s fiftieth year. — The Editors Is it advisable for one who is not an expert on economic and social issues to express views on the subject of socialism? I believe for a number of reasons that it is.

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SOUNDS LIKE SCIENCE FICTION. OR SOME CONSPIRACY THEORY. BUT IT ISN'T. UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is the action plan implemented worldwide to inventory and control all land, all water, all minerals, all plants, all animals, all construction, all means of production, all energy, all education, all information, and all human beings in the world. INVENTORY AND CONTROL. ----Rosa Koire Have you wondered where these terms 'sustainability' and 'smart growth' and 'high density urban mixed use development' came from? Doesn't it seem like about 10 years ago you'd never heard of them and now everything seems to include these concepts? Is that just a coincidence? That every town and county and state and nation in the world would be changing their land use/planning codes and government policies to align themselves with.

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The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment ruled Wednesday it lacks the authority to investigate a complaint alleging that a rural hospital illegally mandated a staff doctor not to discuss abortion with patients. (Bible with stethoscope via Shutterstock ) Under no circumstances do I ever want to be brought to a Catholic hospital or medical facility. As a pregnant woman—and as a human being, period—I do not trust that my health needs will guide the care I am offered at such a facility.

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Aping a wild gorilla's eating habits could dramatically improve your health -- or may even add years to your life, by reducing your risk for killer diseases like diabetes, heart attack, stroke and dementia. What's more, embracing your inner beast could help you slim down, without having to resort to a highly restrictive, low-calorie diet that leaves you ravenous and grumpy. If that sounds hard to believe, I'd like to share the remarkable discoveries I've made during a 20-year quest for healing foods, culminating with my upcoming book, The Omni Diet: The Revolutionary 70% Plant + 30% Protein Plan to Lose Weight, Reverse Disease, Fight Inflammation, and Change Your Life Forever (St.

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Katie Kilkenny Nov 11 2014, 12:30 PM ET Paramount Pictures BRAAAM. Razor blades against piano keys. “Rrrmph Emphrhgh Drhtghfml ”! Over the course of five films, Christopher Nolan's collaboration with composer Hans Zimmer has produced some of the most iconic sounds and incomprehensible characters in the action movie lexicon, for better or for worse. Their teamwork has made cinema a more visceral action experience; it has also routinely split moviegoers’ eardrums.

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You’ve probably heard a lot about how important it is to eat organ meat:  things like liver, kidney, tripe, heart, and even brain.   What do these meats have that the muscle meat that we’re used to eating doesn’t have?  The answer is A LOT!  Organ meats are the most concentrated source of just about every nutrient, including important vitamins, minerals, healthy fats and essential amino acids.  In the olden days (yes, I use that term purposely vaguely because it’s different for different cultures), organ meat was revered and saved for those at the highest echelons of society (exactly who depended on the culture, sometimes it was saved for pregnant women, sometimes the head of the family or tribe, sometimes the oldest members of the society, sometimes the hunters, etc.

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