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High dose vitamin C may stop the progression of leukemia, study reveals

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that leukemia – cancer of the blood and bone marrow – claimed 23,564 lives in 2014 alone. Now, exciting new research shows that a six-month regimen of high-dose intravenous vitamin C slowed the progression of leukemia by stopping leukemic cells from multiplying. The study builds upon other research that demonstrates vitamin C’s potential to inhibit and even kill cancer cells – without harming healthy tissue. Let’s take a closer look at how vitamin C is demonstrating its amazing potential to fight cancer.

Doctors – The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Before we talk about the good doctors and the excellent ones that pave highways for future doctors to follow, we have to talk about the bad and even ugly doctors who are hurting and killing their patients. So many people die at the hands of modern medicine that it is one of the leading causes of death in the United States.

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The Nashville Statement on biblical human sexuality: What it says and how critics have responded

The Nashville Statement on biblical human sexuality: What it says and how critics have responded

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood issues "The Nashville Statement," which blasts sexual immorality and deviant interpretations of marriage.

The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood released The Nashville Statement, a new Christian doctrinal missive on modern sexuality, Tuesday. Since its release, there’s been much controversy and confusion on the subject.

Here is what you need to know.

What is the Nashville Statement?

Honoring the Life of Louise Hay

Our beloved friend and founder Louise Hay transitioned this morning, August 30, 2017 of natural causes at age 90. She passed peacefully in her sleep.

Louise was an incredible visionary and advocate. Everyone who had the privilege to meet her, either in person or through her words, felt her passion for serving others.

Considered a founder of the self-help movement, Louise was dubbed “the closest thing to a living saint.” She published her first book, Heal Your Body, in 1976 (at age 50) long before it was fashionable to discuss the connection between the mind and body.

Awaiting the footsteps of the Messiah: How Jews follow the 'twists and turns' of Jerusalem with love

The Isaiah passage we read last Shabbat are verses 51:12-52:12. To many people this passage is famous for the soprano aria from Handel's Messiah, 'How beautiful are the feet...'

But Jews tend to translate differently as the 'footsteps' of the herald coming nearer and nearer with the announcement that the Messiah, long-awaited by the Jews, is finally arriving.

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This ancient Babylonian tablet may contain the first evidence of trigonometry

By Ron CowenAug. 24, 2017 , 2:00 PM

Trigonometry, the study of the lengths and angles of triangles, sends most modern high schoolers scurrying to their cellphones to look up angles, sines, and cosines. Now, a fresh look at a 3700-year-old clay tablet suggests that Babylonian mathematicians not only developed the first trig table, beating the Greeks to the punch by more than 1000 years, but that they also figured out an entirely new way to look at the subject. However, other experts on the clay tablet, known as Plimpton 322 (P322), say the new work is speculative at best.

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Grilled and smoked meat consumption associated with greater mortality risk in breast cancer survivors over 17.6 year median follow-up period

January 06 2017. A study reported in the JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute found a greater risk of dying over a median 17.6 years of follow-up among female breast cancersurvivors who had a higher intake of grilled, barbecued, and smoked meat in comparison with those who consumed lower amounts.

Mediterranean diet associated with increased brain volume retention

January 09 2017. An article published online on January 4, 2017 in the journal Neurology® reports an association between adherence to a Mediterranean-type diet and greater retention of brain volume among older individuals over a three year period.