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10 Tips For Healthy Aging From Doctors
10 Tips for Healthy Aging From Doctors
How can patients actively facilitate healthy aging, according to doctors? The American Medical Association (AMA), as part of its What Doctors Wish Patients Knew series, recently released a list of recommendations. The article features Dr....
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Citing ‘Low Usage’, Google Shuts Down Translate Services in Mainland China
On Oct. 3 Alphabet’s Google said it has shut down Google Translate services in mainland China citing low usage, but many speculate that the tech giant halted the service due to its inability to meet...
The FDA has changed the definition of healthy to include avocados, seeds and nuts, and even fish.
The FDA’s New Definition of ‘Healthy’
Poor nutrition is one of the key lifestyle risks for chronic disease, along with tobacco use, alcohol use, and lack of physical activity. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 6 in...
Students in China’s Zhengzhou Protest ‘Zero-COVID’ Policy: ‘End the Lockdowns’
Hundreds of students enrolled at China’s Zhengzhou University in the capital of Henan Province gathered in protest of new lockdowns enacted across school grounds.  Crowds were seen chanting across campus, on balconies and in dormitories...
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Alongside Push for Digital Currency, Gold Keeps Its Long-term Value
Commentary In recent years, governments and global organizations have been pushing for digital currencies. The International Monetary Fund speaks of “a new era of digital money,” while the World Economic Forum’s Digital Currency Governance Consortium...
Chinese Regime Doubles Down on Arrests and Censorship Ahead of 20th Party Congress
The Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) 20th Party Congress, slated to begin on Oct. 16, will take place over the course of a month, and is widely expected to see current leader Xi Jinping secure a...
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Opioid Crisis Cost US Nearly $1.5 Trillion in 2020: Congressional Report
WASHINGTON — Fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic, the economic toll of the opioid addiction and overdose crisis on the United States reached nearly $1.5 trillion in 2020 alone and is likely to grow, a congressional...
German intelligence agents have infiltrated and organize the right wing social media scene
German Intelligence Is Stoking the Right Wing Social Media Scene
German Intelligence admitted it deployed “dozens” of fake accounts on social media to spy on right wing activists and anti-vaxxers, revisiting the days of communist rule in the former East Germany. Last week, the Süddeutsche...
The Philippines is expelling 40,000 Chinese workers after the government shutdown Chinese online gambling
Philippines Set to Expel 40,000 Chinese Workers Associated With Online Casinos
The Philippines is taking another step towards purging the illicit influence of the notorious Chinese Communist Party after the country’s Justice Department announced it would expel 40,000 Chinese workers associated with illegal online casinos. Spokesman Jose...
10 things doctors wish their patients understood about sleep
10 Things Doctors Wish Patients Knew About Sleep
What are some of the top recommendations from doctors to people complaining about sleep issues, including insomnia? A recent article from the American Medical Association (AMA) and other research details what physicians wish patients knew...
A new study found a correlation between the advent of Facebook and anxiety and depression among college students.
Research: Social Media Linked to Depression, Anxiety
According to DataReportal, 4.65 billion people, or 58.7 percent of the world’s population, used social media as of April of 2022. If the eligible audience is narrowed to ages 13 and above, about three-quarters of...
Migrants exiled from Martha's Vineyard to a nearby military base say they want to return to the island because it was so beautiful.
Exiled Migrants Say Martha’s Vineyard So ‘Beautiful’ They Wish to Return
Some of the 50 illegal migrants who made headlines this month after being exported to the posh Democrat conclave of Martha’s Vineyard, before quickly being rounded up and exiled to a nearby military base, have...