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Thursday August 28, 2014

Educational Stories

  • PHOTO: DELPHINE BOEL is King Albert's daughter

    Friday, November 8, 2013 | An Educational story

    Delphine Boël  
    Delphine Boël Boël and her daughter at a book signing in 2008
    Born (1968-02-22) 22 February 1968 (age 45) Children Joséphine Boël O'Hare Oscar Boël O'Hare Jonkvrouw Delphine Michèle Anne Marie Ghislaine Boël (born on 22 February 1968) is a Belgian artist who makes multi-media artworks. She is alleged to be the il...

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  • BEST HEALTHCARE COUNTRIES//U.S.A. is trying to copy THE SWISS PLAN

    Saturday, November 9, 2013 | An Educational story

    3. The Netherlands > Health expenditure per capita: $5,099 > Expenditure as a pct. of GDP: 11.9% (2nd highest) > Pct. obese: 11.4% > Life expectancy: 81.3 years
    The Netherlands is one of just four nations to spend more than $5,000 per capita on health care. Health spending in the country accounted for 11.9% of GDP, a larger percentage than in any other developed nation except the U.S...

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  • RETIRE BY 40 - making the transition smoothly

    Thursday, November 14, 2013 | An Educational story

    a new purpose and new mission after retirement:
    Keep growing and don't stagnate. Make a list of big challenges you'd like to accomplish in retirement. Learning a new language, writing a book, picking up an instrument and learning photography are some popular challenges for retirees.
    Join a community. Volunteering and giving back gives you a chance to share your skills and experiences in a positiv...

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  • WATER THERAPY drink water in morning and disease goes away

    Sunday, November 17, 2013 | An Educational story

     DRINK WATER ON EMPTY STOMACH ~~~~~~
    It is popular in Japan today to drink water (or white wine?) immediately after waking up every morning.
    Furthermore, scientific tests have proven its value.
    We publish below a description of use of water for our readers.
    For old and serious diseases as well as modern illnesses the water treatment had been found successful by a Japanese medical soc...

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  • 85% of population have parasites//parasites cause LUPUS

    Sunday, November 17, 2013 | An Educational story

    There are many symptoms of parasites that people express in daily life, believing that these are completely normal.  While sickness has become normal in the modern lifestyle, it does not have to be.  The amount of damage that can be caused by parasites is virtually limitless, because many are small enough to travel anywhere in the body through the bloodstream.  They exist by robbin...

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  • After the grave Puritans arrived on the Mayflower and established Plimoth Plantation in 1620, they promptly began to issue all sorts of thanksgiving proclamations. These “celebrations” might be declared in observance of “a military victory, a good harvest, or a providential rainfall,” says Smith, but they were solemn days of prayer, not sumptuous meals shared with their Fi...

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  • A team of researchers from Copenhagen University have located a single mutation that causes the mysterious phenomenon of blue eyes.   And all blue eyed people are genetically related to a person who lived in the Black Sea region sometime between 6 – 10,000 years ago.
    The research was published in the Journal of Human Genetics.   A mutation in a gene called OCA2 came into...

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  • PHOTO OF CHURCH: HAPPY ADVENT//STIR UP SUNDAY

    Thursday, December 5, 2013 | An Educational story


    Fans of “The Archers” probably know that the Sunday before Advent is “Stir Up Sunday”, so called from the first two words of the collect, “Stir up, we beseech thee, O Lord,
    term comes from the opening words of the collect for the day in the Book of Common Prayer of 1549 and later (a translation of the Roman Missal's collect "Excita, quæsumus", now used on the ...

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  • Pat Kingsley - Publicist (Interview)

    Thursday, December 12, 2013 | An Educational story

    Pat Kingsley:  "... Her father worked in the Army's Quartermaster Corps, and "we moved every three months," she says. "So I would be in three schools a year, from Georgia to South Carolina to Alabama to New Jersey, all up and down the Eastern Seaboard. It was not an easy thing to pick up and form new friendships, knowing they were going to be gone, and it was not that close-knit a family bec...

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  • Neanderthal woman bones uncovered in Denisova cave in Siberia

    Wednesday, December 18, 2013 | An Educational story

    a Neanderthal woman, researchers say.
    The Neanderthal woman whose toe bone was sequenced also reveals inbreeding may have been common among her recent ancestors, as her parents were closely related, possibly half-siblings or another near relation.
    Although modern humans are the world's only surviving human lineage, others also once lived on Earth. These included Neanderthals, the closest extinc...

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