…WELL MAYBE NOT EVERYONE. But it seemed to work for Cherry Hills New Jersey woman Concetta Talucci.. She turned 102 Friday.. A big happy birthday. The reason, beyond the age, that this is news: Her own advice on how to achieve old age.. The story: Talucci was born in 1914 and says the secret to … Read moreReady for the anything goes diet!? Live to 102!
The World Health Organization (WHO) has rejected a call to move or postpone this summer’s Rio Olympic Games over the Zika outbreak. It said this would “not significantly alter” the spread of the virus, which is linked to serious birth defects.
After nearly a decade of cutting back on steaks, burgers, and pot roast, the USDA estimates that Americans’ red meat consumption will rise for the first time since 2006.. The trend away from cow corpse seemingly has ended.. Tove Danovich writes this: Even outside the world of fast food, restaurants are seeing their food costs … Read moreMEATY RISE: CONSUMPTION OF BEEF SET TO INCREASE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 10 YEARS
Worldwide fears are increasing that the Zika virus, one that primarily hits newborn children, will become a major pandemic over the coming months.. And this tonight developing in New York City: RSOE EDIS Event Report – A third case of the Zika virus has been confirmed in the Big Apple – in a pregnant woman … Read moreFear over the Zika virus
You may or may not have heard of the FOODBABE and her army. She is one of the most important people on the social media scene today, and pop culture has been changed by her revolution.. I first heard her on Alex Jones some time ago. She was espousing the dangers of SUBWAY bread and … Read moreThe foodmonger
A real study concludes this: You might be seeing this on a 15-second delay » The 10 to 15 second delay theory comes as a result of a new study, which says that instead of seeing things as they are right now our brain captures an average of the past 10 seconds to create a more … Read moreWhat you see isn't what you get