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Drinking Another Mammals Milk

by Ms Ann01 in Holidays, December 26, 2014

Are you aware that humans are the only mammals that drink milk from another mammal. This is not true for the majority of people on earth; most stop drinking milk after being weaned from their mother’s milk.

15 Vital Facts Still Hidden From The World

by Poo in Love in Paranormal, October 1, 2014

Facts, which sound stranger than fiction, can sometimes sound too bizarre to be true. Why do people still conceal some things that are important for the world to be aware of? Read on…

New Legislation is Reducing Access to Reproductive Care

by erlymags10 in Society, July 4, 2014

We are over-populated there should always be available access to reproductive care.

Barack Obama is Screwing Up The USA and on July 1St It Will be Worse Than Ever

by Milwaukee Writer in History, May 19, 2014


Organic Cows Milk vs. Regular Milk

by SkyBirds in Issues, January 10, 2014

Research is somewhat limited with regard to evaluating the health benefits of organic milk over conventional milk. This can be confusing to some of us milk drinkers.

To clarify this for us, the Department of Agriculture has four specific requirements that assist in the definition of which milk is organic and which milk is not.

The Benefits of Making Your Own Yogurt

by Melinda M in Issues, July 20, 2013

Because my family eats a lot of yogurt, I’ve been thinking of making our own yogurt for quite some time, but kept putting it off, thinking it would just be one more time-consuming thing for me to do.

Milk Can Fight HIV Virus?

by amcholic07 in Lifestyle Choices, July 14, 2013

Cows can not be infected with the HIV virus, but as the antidote to the virus.

What is Monsanto Really Hiding

by Lee Vera in Issues, May 27, 2013

Many know Monsanto is the largest producer of GMO’s but its what you don’t about them that could harm you.

Suitable Clothing FOR Children

by Bear1978 in Government, November 29, 2012


During infancy.

Infants are very susceptible of the impressions of cold; a proper regard, therefore, to a suitable clothing of the body, is imperative to their enjoyment of health. Unfortunately, an opinion is prevalent in society, that the tender child has naturally a great power of generating heat and resisting cold; and from this popular error has arisen the most fatal results. This opinion has been much strengthened by the insidious manner in which cold operates on the frame, the injurious effects not being always manifest during or immediately after its application, so that but too frequently the fatal result is traced to a wrong source, or the infant sinks under the action of an unknown cause.

Milk on Wheels

by shavkat in Lifestyle Choices, November 2, 2012

The fresh milk settled in the bottled-glass containers.

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