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High blood pressure, cholesterol, and insulin the occurrence of heart attacks The accumulation of athersclerotic plaque in the arteries is said to be a primary contributor to the heart attack. Page 111 of Human Biology also states that “a hypertensive … Continue reading
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Yes, it is well into summer, but for months now I have been enjoying sun-warmed, Orange Cherry Tomatoes as a snack while I garden. This has become one of my favorite tomato plants – not only yummy, it is super-prolific! … Continue reading
Today is March 29th. In Southern California we have Tomato plants that survived the winter, fully mature Cabbage, Chives, Cilantro plants and Brussels Sprouts Kept small by a wild bunny. In a quandary about what to make for a quick, … Continue reading
I ran into a dear friend of mine at Trader Joe’s today. We hadn’t seen each other in a year and had so much to catch up on! Her daughter was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in January. The doctor … Continue reading
What is the way scientists help bacteria to multiply in a petri dish? Bacteria vary in terms of how they change, their oxygen and nutritional requirements and motility. Bacteria may be free-living, but often they live on dead or decaying … Continue reading
Details on DDR for Exercise Mats: I have tried and worn out plastic mats from DDR as well as other companies. My first DDR mat six years lasted two months, but they greatly improved the quality shortly thereafter as the … Continue reading
20 Years of Research into Preventing Cancer World Cancer Research Fund/ American Institute for Cancer Research. Food, Nutrition, Physical Activity, and the Prevention of Cancer: A Global Perspective. Washington DC: AICR, 2007 Professor John Potter states: “In fact, it may … Continue reading