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Marijuana farmers devastating the environment
Mike Adams Think medical marijuana farming is “green?” Think again.

In the mad quest for profits, marijuana farmers are devastating the ecosystems of Colorado, California and other states.

The toxic chemicals used in marijuana production include pesticides, herbicides and toxic solvents. Far from “green,” much of the industry is steeped in chemical contamination.

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P.S. Also today: Who gets to define “hate” in a society where “hate speech” is used as a justification to ban all speech? Read my full essay here.

The health of your gut microbiome could predict your risk of heart disease, researchers findBy Michelle Simmons | Read the full story
It’s a match: Dietitian claims health benefits are the same for fresh fish vs. frozenBy Zoey Sky | Read the full story
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Breastmilk: The gift that keeps on giving… Babies who were exclusively breastfed have less than half the risk of eczema as teenagers than those that were notBy Michelle Simmons | Read the full story
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New research exposes the risks of geoengineering to artificially intervene in global warming: It may devastate the planetBy Frances Bloomfield | Read the full story
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More of Today’s ArticlesWars keep on killing- Gulf War illness causes DNA damage in vets, according to new research
Gulf War Illness (GWI), or Gulf War Syndrome, is the name given to a cluster of chronic symptoms affecting Gulf War veterans and civilian workers. The cause behind these symptoms — which range …

Scientists explore why fear is fun for some; the fight-or-flight chemicals are also present in happiness
What do fear and excitement have in common? Experts reveal, in an article by the Daily Mail, that the “fight-or-flight” response triggered by fear can become a rush of excitement under a …

Improve circulation and productivity with a cold shower- Study finds it provides an energy boost similar to coffee, resulting in fewer days off work
While other people prefer to start their day with a relaxing hot shower, some opt for the more extreme cold shower. A study even says that cold showers will make you more likely to go to work. …

What’s your risk-taking IQ? Research suggests how much risk we’re willing to take is pre-wired
Have you ever wondered what drives people to take certain risks, such as going bungee jumping or risking a financial gamble? While a person’s tendency to take risks will often vary, a new …

Now or never- Time to reclaim our food independence
While most of us are proud of our countrys pioneer roots and awed by the strength and resilience of the early homesteaders, few of us would choose to live the way they did. Providing for …

It’s totally possible- How to homestead when you’re flat broke
As intimidating as it may sound, homesteading is all about self-sufficiency, involving little to no …

Old-order Amish found to have a gene mutation that protects against aging
It seems like we’re one step closer to finding the elusive fountain of youth. A recent study has discovered a genetic mutation in the Amish that makes them live longer. Researchers have …

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