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Thursday, January 05, 2012

Sugar Shocker Shakes Medical World

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Dear Reader,
For the next 24 hours only, a shocking underground video is being made available to you.
(Although not offensive, it contains adult-oriented material and we suggest viewers be at least 21 years of age.)
For the first time, we're exposing the "forbidden" food that could be the biggest health breakthrough of our time.
Your whole life, you've been warned that this substance can wreak havoc on your health.
But the bad rap could be for nothing. Because research proves this shunned food:
  • "washes away" stubborn bladder infections (often in less than 48 hours)
  • decreases tooth decay by 80%--without having to drop any of your favorite foods
  • reduces blood clots without the dangerous side effects of aspirin
  • cuts sinus and ear infections by 93% -- One pioneering Texas doctor says the results are so dramatic, his patients forget to keep using it!
And you should see how it helps you drop weight!
How can one food--especially one we're told to stay away from--do so much?
More importantly--what is it? And how can you get your hands on it?
You'll get all the answers here. And it's available to you for the next 24 hours. So, for your health, watch it here now.
--Matthew Simons
Publisher, Nutrition & Healing
P.S. While this substance is completely natural and safe, it threatens to wreak havoc on Big Pharma's fat coffers. So, while you still can, I encourage you to watch this explosive video here.

Thursday's Daily Brief

Arianna Huffington: Welcome to HuffPost Science
Thursday, January 5, 2012
Arianna Huffington: I'm delighted to announce the launch of our newest section, HuffPost Science, a one-stop shop for the latest scientific news and opinion. From the farthest reaches of space to the tiniest cells inside our bodies, HuffPost Science will report on the world's greatest mysteries, most cutting-edge discoveries, and most thought-provoking ideas. The section will also be home to a robust debate on issues great and small -- from the Big Questions of our time (are we alone in the universe?), to quirky, fun ones (will they ever create a pill that will let me eat all the pistachio ice cream I want and not gain weight?). At its core, HuffPost Science will be a place for all of us, no matter our beliefs or leanings, to zero in on traits we have in common -- especially our thirst for knowledge, and our boundless curiosity. Check it out and let us know what you think.
WATCH: In Vitro Meat
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Montana Supreme Court Brushes Aside 'Citizens United'
What Does Nature Know About Superglue?
Richard Branson: Science, the Final Frontier
Space tourism may seem like an excuse for joy rides for the rich, but in reality it's the start of a new and vital private sector industry that will help develop safer, cheaper and cleaner space travel and result in technology that will lead to broader innovation and discovery.
Buzz Aldrin: American Space Exploration Leadership -- Why and How
2012 is an inflection year -- the year we will and must decide whether the U.S. has the will and ability to lead the world in human space exploration. For me, I am betting we do -- and here is how I suggest we begin.
Doug Bandow: Should Christians Ask: Who Would Jesus Vote For?
Good Christians should be good citizens. But being a good citizen (or good government official) does not require being a good Christian.
Kimberly Brooks: Art & Physics and Me
Science and art were woven like DNA strands through my upbringing. While my father appreciated and encouraged my passion and talent as a child, a common saying around the house was "You can be anything you want, as long as you're a doctor first."
Rick Schwartz: Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Movies... and Always Ask
Thirst for inside Hollywood knowledge is ubiquitous, so I've decided to answer the more common questions once and for all. Hopefully this will return our focus to more pressing issues, such as the stellar roster of Republican candidates or whether Kim Kardashian will marry again.

Defiant Obama Names Finance Watchdog, Infuriates GOP

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A defiant President Barack Obama, tired of Senate Republicans stalling his nominee to lead a new consumer protection agency, put Richard Cordray in charge Wednesday over their opposition. With a director in place, the agency can start overseeing the mortgage companies, payday lenders, debt collectors and other finance outfits often blamed for practices that undermined the economy. "I'm not going to stand by while a minority in the Senate puts party ideology ahead of the people we were elected to serve," Obama said. READ MORE
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Featured Column: E.J. Dionne
Rick Santorum's retro philosophy means that he comes by his class warfare honestly, even if he panders shamelessly on guns and gays, and talks about the straight-laced President Obama as if he embodied the moral sensibilities of Woodstock and Gomorrah. If the Republicans want to have a genuinely searching debate about the future of their party, they'd send Santorum and Jon Huntsman -- both of whom are battling to topple Mitt Romney in New Hampshire -- off for the long fight. READ MORE
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Featured Author: Sally Denton
President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's bold New Deal experiments provoked a backlash from the nation's most powerful bankers, industrialists, and Wall Street brokers. When the famous retired Marine general Smedley Darlington Butler accused those interests of soliciting him to lead a Fascist coup d'etat against Roosevelt, the nation was shocked. How serious the threat of the "Business Plot" was to the Roosevelt presidency is debatable. What is clear is that some of the nation's wealthiest men -- Republicans and Democrats alike -- were so threatened by Roosevelt's monetary policies that they actually flirted with anti-government paramilitarism in order to manipulate the presidency. READ MORE
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January is a critical month for the hundreds of thousands of potential Social Security beneficiaries who are reaching their so-called full retirement age in 2012. The important message: All of them should at least consider the possibility of filing for their benefits this month, even though they may not be reaching their retirement age until later in the year. The reason for this early-filing timeframe has to do with some of the quirky and complicated features of Social Security that many people don't know about. READ MORE
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Election 2012
Many Republicans still dislike Mitt Romney, even if his marginal (eight-vote) Iowa win gives him a boost as he travels to friendlier territory in New Hampshire next week. And the conservative movement seems determined not to allow itself to be fractured and defeated as it was in 2008, when the relatively moderate John McCain captured his party's presidential nomination. READ MORE
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Featured Columnist: Mark Schmitt
The Wisconsin Republican recently said that "relentlessly rising health care costs" are wrecking America's finances over the long-term, and it's easy to see this as just a veiled argument for Ryan's plan to end Medicare (yes, I said it; come and get me, Politifact). But we should also acknowledge that there's a big shift here in language about the long-term deficit -- he's no longer blaming it on Social Security. READ MORE
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