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Latest research on curcumin is great news
Mike Adams The next time you feel utterly beat after playing sports, try taking curcumin supplements instead of the usual pain-killers.

That’s the recommendation of a new European study conducted on rugby players suffering discomfort from repeated tackles, overload or chronic pain.

According to the study, participants reported decreased pain and increased physical capability during treatment – without the common side effects of pain-killers.

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P.S. One stunning photo captures the future of America if we bow down to political correctness.

Rise up and help resist the insanity. See this stunning photo here.

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More of Today’s ArticlesGoogle head Eric Schmidt named the mastermind behind the “fake news” censorship agenda
Earlier this year, investigative journalist Sharyl Attkisson participated in a TEDx Talk at the University of Nevada, during which she revealed that the origins of the “fake news” narrative that …

Monsanto-influenced lawmakers side with chemical industry, question IARCs findings on glyphosate, threaten to cut funding to the WHO
The strong political influence of the chemical industry was illustrated perfectly in a recent House Science Committee hearing in which Republican lawmakers questioned the International Agency for …

Niacin, vitamin B3, may improve cognitive and physical function by preventing neurological damage
Vitamin B3 derivative called nicotinamide riboside may protect against neurological damage and enhance both cognitive and physical function, a study published in the journal Proceedings of the …

Foraging for hygienic resources: Plants the Native Americans used to make soap (which can still be found today)
In the past, the Native Americans and early European settlers learned to adapt to their environment. Since they didn’t have access to commodities like shampoo and soap, they made do with …

Amazon’s new Key device already hacked by security researchers, highlighting security flaws
Online retail giant Amazon has a unique new delivery service feature that allows delivery guys to open locked doors, leave packages inside people’s homes, and leave after locking the door …

Exchanging one poison for another: It’s costing the military millions to clean up chemicals from toxic firefighting foam, but the new formula isn’t any safer
When it comes to the issue of toxic firefighting foam, the U.S. military is always fighting a futile rearguard action. It used the same fluorine-heavy formulafor decades and dumped tons of that …

Astronauts train for Mars mission by living in inflatable greenhouses in the Dhofar desert
How prepared is humanity to go on an actual mission to Mars? Scientists and experts from all over the world may be working hard to find out as much as they can about the red planet from …

Potatoes the next superfood? Research discovers a host of health benefits that could sustain you for life
Who says taters are only good for junk food and fries? Not U.K. scientists, who found that potatoes are much more nutritious than originally thought. In fact, they’re so healthy that you …

People who don’t take themselves too seriously tend to have greater psychological well-being, according to study on humor
According to a recent study, people who often use self-deprecating humor have “greater levels of psychological well-being.” However, the University of Granada’s(UGR) findings, …

Disgusting: United Airlines cuts ties with the nation’s oldest civil rights group, the NRA, but continues to fund abortion murder
I sometimes wonder why President Donald J. Trump and Republicans want to help American corporations that are operated by Left-wing kooks and outright cowards. I know why mind you: Helping them …

Unconditional love: Companion pets found to ease symptoms, speed recovery from mental health conditions
Do you have a dog, cat, or any pet? There is a rise in the recognition of the therapeutic benefits that pets can provide to mental health.A group of researchers from the University of Liverpool, …

Long-term blackouts are a harsh reality: 7 scary challenges you probably aren’t prepared for
A bug-out bag is only good for 72 hours, which is fine if the blackout in your area lasts no longer than three days. But what will you do if you’re stuck in a long-term blackout with no help …

Sunlight is healthy for the eyes: Millions of children have compromised eyesight from not getting enough natural light
Prevent the risk of long-term eye damage by getting more natural light. Children who don’t get enough sunlight exposure are at risk of long-term eye damage, an expert warned. David …

Learning from Cape Town’s countdown to “Day Zero:” How to survive without tap water
Maybe you’ve heard about certain drought-stricken cities or states in the U.S., and you’ve thought to yourself, it couldn’t possibly get any worse, right? Well, perhaps in the U.S. …

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