Reconnect with the Rarth by Kicking Your Shoes off and Trying Barefoot Running

The health benefits of running have long been explored — and enjoyed — by scientists and fitness buffs alike. But what about barefoot running? While there are some health risks to be considered, the practice may be just the thing to give your running routine a boost. Barefoot running combines the popular form of exercise with the practice of earthing. Increasingly popular among ....

Guidelines to Grow your Business Effectively

Before starting a business, every person does a lot of research. Even you must have done! You might have sought help from professionals and extracted information from books, magazines and internet. There is obviously a good investment of money, time and energy to take the business of the ground. But, then what next!
For those who have sustained their startup venture and constructed suc ....

Steps in managing your business loans through a consolidated loan

Managing debt due from countless business loans is something that almost every business faces. So finding an option that would lighten this burden would be a boon for any business manager. Besides, if the solution proves beneficial for the business as a whole, then it would be nothing short of a blessing. Debt consolidation is a good candidate for such a situation, as it provides the facility ....

Estimating The Cost Of Technical Debt And Measuring It

The first step towards re mediating tech debt is to identify, admit and understand it and also believe that it is impacting the software project in a negative manner. When you do this, you know that you need to take some measures which will enable its proper functioning and produce the desired results. The next challenge that you face is to measure the cost of the debt along with the size of ....

Fort Smith Residents Shocked to Discover their Recyclables were being Dumped with Regular Trash

What would you do if you found out your recycling efforts were all for nothing? This was the question faced by Fort Smith, Ark. homeowners after they were told by city officials that their recyclables were being dumped into the city landfill. Though rather than being a recent incident, the covert recyclable disposal has been underway since November 2016, reports TalkBusiness.net....

Apple Vows to Stop Using Rare Earth Minerals to Build its Electronic Devices… did it Have a Choice?

Apple plans to stop mining rare minerals, metals, and materials in manufacturing its iPhones, MacBooks and all of its other products. The tech giant also vows to make use of 100 percent recycled materials during  production to combat the effects of the depleting mineral resources. However, the company was quick to admit that it has yet to discover how to carry out ....

Trumpcare Is Obamacare 2.0

Get out your shovels, you will soon be burying the elderly much earlier than we should be. Save wisely while you can, because of Trumpcare, America, most of your will never see an inheritance. Pray that you will stay healthy. Why? Because very soon, many of you will be without healthcare and will see that we have returned to the days of George W. Bush and having tens of millions wit ....

Insanity: Now the FDA Wants to Criminalize Pizza Toppings

Tens of millions of Americans support President Donald J. Trump’s efforts to “drain the swamp” in Washington, D.C., and for good reason: The federal government has become far too powerful and has way too much influence in our daily lives. Case in point: Now, because it has nothing better to do apparently, the Food and Drug Administration wants to criminalize pizza toppings. Now, wh ....

Were Neanderthals in California the first Americans?

An intriguing new study has presented evidence that the first-known Americans may have arrived earlier than originally believed. However, they weren’t members of Homo sapiens, the progenitor species of all modern humans. According to the research published in the journal Nature, the earliest inhabitants of the North American continent were Neanderthals that landed more th ....

Researchers Claim Commuting to Work on a Bike Cuts Your Risk of Cancer by Almost Half

Researchers from the University of Glasgow have delivered good news for avid cyclists everywhere. Taking your bike to work could reduce your risk of cancer by 45 percent, as well as your risk of heart disease by 46 percent, the investigative team revealed. For the purposes of their study, the researchers evaluated the data of over 264,337 people from the UK Biobank project, an in ....

Women Being CONNED into Unnecessary Double Mastectomies by Doctors who Misrepresent Genetic Testing, Warns Stanford Researchers

The decision to undergo a double mastectomy is not one that is made lightly, but it is one that countless women have had to face over the years. The number of women undergoing the procedure has increased dramatically since 2013, when famed actress Angelina Jolie revealed that she’d had both of her breasts removed due to a mutated BRCA1 gene — which can purportedly increase the risk o ....

Climate Change App Terrorizes Youth with Wildly Exaggerated Sea Level Projections

Thanks to current technology, you too can experience the so-called “disastrous effects” of climate change wherever you may be. Development studios Strange Flavor and secondverse have collaborated with visual artist Justin Brice Guariglia to create an app, named After Ice, in honor of Earth Day. Utilizing geolocation, augmented reality (AR), and collec ....

CPS seizes child after parents challenge ADHD diagnosis

An Ohio couple, Christian and Katie Maple, lost custody of one of their children after they disagreed with the school’s mental health assessment of their child. Camden Maple, a seven-year-old boy, has five siblings and enjoys Star Wars, Pokémon, football, video games, and Legos. He loves to write stories and draws comic books. While this sounds like an ordinary, creative, imaginative ....

Pushback Against Smart Meters Continues to Grow Across the U.S.

A vocal coalition of Michiganders is taking to the streets — and their local city council meetings — to oppose the growing intrusion of privacy and personal safety with state utility companies transitioning to “smart” meters. Reports indicate that thousands of folks have already opted out, and new legislation is pending to make these opt-outs cheaper and less penalizing. More ....

FDA okays do-it-yourself DNA Tests for 10 Diseases… but Genetics Alone can’t Control Your Health

A company called 23andMe, which provides do-it-yourself home genetic testing kits for assessing your risk for at least 10 diseases, has just been granted permission by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to start selling such tests directly to the public for $199 a pop. The testing kits promise to determine your chances at the “genetic lotto” for conditions ranging from celiac dise ....

Eating clean, Unprocessed Foods is now a Dangerous “cult,” Declares Idiotic Mainstream Media (with a Little Help from the Dirty Diary Industry)

As more people are turning their back to dairy and other processed foods, the National Osteoporosis Society, subsidized by the milk industry, has now declared clean eating to be a dangerous “cult” and “ticking time bomb” that could leave young people with weak bones. For decades, the milk industry has made us believe that milk is crucial for our health. Most of us have been brough ....

14 Fruits and Vegetables to Start Planting in April

We’re hitting the middle of Spring! With temperatures rising and your garden soil reaching that “Goldilocks” temperature of not too hot and not too cold, now is the perfect time to plant most of your vegetable seeds. An article published on USFeeds.com lists 14 fruits and vegetables you should start planting now! Beans: Not just the musical fruit, beans ar ....

The Key to Good Health is HAPPINESS reveals 80-year-long Study

If you’re happy and you know it, you might just be in better health. A study by Harvard researchers that has been on-going for the last 80 years has revealed a simple truth: Happiness is integral to good health. Scientists began recording the health of 268 Harvard sophomores back in 1938, and they’ve been following them ever since. They hoped that the longitudinal study would provi ....