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on January 18, 2014 in World News

Flu shot did make people sicker

Flu shot did make people sicker TORONTO – A strange vaccine-related phenomenon spotted at the start of the 2009 flu pandemic may well have been real, a new study suggests. Canadian researchers noticed in the early weeks of the pandemic that people who got a flu shot for the 2008-2009 winter seemed to be more likely to get infected with the pandemic virus than people who hadn’t received a flu shot. Five studies done in several provinces showed the same puzzling and unsettling results. But initially research outside of Canada did not, and the effect was dismissed as “the Canadian… View Article

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on January 17, 2014 in World News

“Extraordinary Crisis” Needed to Preserve “New World Order”

                        Think Tank: “Extraordinary Crisis” Needed to Preserve “New World Order” Writing for the Atlantic Council, a prominent think tank based in Washington DC, Harlan K. Ullman warns that an “extraordinary crisis” is needed to preserve the “new world order,” which is under threat of being derailed by non-state actors like Edward Snowden. The Atlantic Council is considered to be a highly influential organization with close ties to major policy makers across the world. It’s headed up by Gen. Brent Scowcroft, former United States National Security Advisor under U.S…. View Article

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on January 16, 2014 in World News

Lady questioned because Baby looked cold

Police swoop on mum after 999 caller said her baby ‘looked cold’ A MOTHER told yesterday how she was questioned by police after a 999 caller alleged her baby “looked cold” as they played by the seaside. Paula Andrew, 43, was with nine-month-old daughter Maddy on a promenade while husband Mike, 49, went surfing off the beach at Scarborough, North Yorkshire. The baby was wearing woolly tights, bootees, leggings and an all-in-one vest with a long-sleeve fleecy top, while temperatures were above the seasonal average at around 8C. After about 10 minutes of running up and down the promenade, Mrs… View Article

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on January 16, 2014 in World News

Burger is 16 inches high and 6,900 calories

                    Burger is 16 inches high and 6,900 calories This gigantic burger is crammed full of almost 7,000 calories and would make the perfect meal for anyone looking for a Man v Food style challenge. The burger, known as the Moby Dick, stands at a whopping 16 inches tall and weighs 1.25lbs. It contains a steak burger, a pork, sage and onion burger, a minted lamb burger and a bacon burger piled between four baps. The burger, sold at the Ship Inn at Newnham in Gloucestershire, also has four layers of… View Article

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on January 16, 2014 in World News

A cure for ALL cancers is on the way

                      A cure for ALL cancers is on the way as scientists make major breakthrough MILLIONS of cancer ­sufferers have been given fresh hope of a cure after ground-breaking research. The breakthrough came in a 16-year study of the only ­animal immune to cancer. The discovery by an Israeli specialist was last night hailed as “radical and potentially life-changing”. In a world first, Professor Aaron Avivi and his team found that cells from the blind mole rat and its cousin the naked mole rat secrete a substance that destroys cancer… View Article

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on January 15, 2014 in Right Edition

Gov’t to Tax Fines – Obama’s Fundemental Change

Gov’t to Tax Fines – Obama’s Fundemental Change Justice Minister Peter MacKay is deflecting criticism of a new, mandatory victim surcharge, saying judges opposed to the measure will eventually “see the wisdom” of making sure victims of crime receive proper help. MacKay was responding Monday to reports that say judges in Ontario, British Columbia and Alberta have either refused to order criminals to pay the surcharge or found ways to make it impossible for authorities to collect the fee. Some judges and justice critics have said the surcharge places an unfair burden on those who don’t have the means to… View Article

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on January 15, 2014 in World News

Trudeau totally untested in a tough policy debate

    Trudeau totally untested in a tough policy debate The Liberal Party of Canada has a self-styled change agent at the helm, and it must be somewhat exhilarating for the progressive rank and file. On marijuana policy, members were way ahead of their soon-to-be leader when they voted to endorse legalization two years ago. (At the time, Justin Trudeau struggled halfheartedly even to articulate a case for decriminalization.) At February’s national Liberal convention in Montreal, members have a chance to get ahead of their leader on prostitution policy as well: A resolution from the party’s youth wing proposes to… View Article

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on January 15, 2014 in World News

Calgary man joined fight after converting to Islam

                          Calgary man  joined fight after converting to Islam Damian Clairmont killed in Syria: Canadian man died in fighting near Aleppo In his last message from Syria a month ago, Damian Clairmont joked about the Canadian winter, saying it wasn’t so frigid where he was. “The ski masks here usually aren’t for the cold,” he told the National Post. Since then, Mr. Clairmont has not responded to questions and a statement posted on Twitter this week likely explains why: the 22-year-old Canadian who left for Syria just over a… View Article

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