The majority of US municipalities chlorinate our drinking water in order to disinfect it. The problem is that the byproducts of chlorine can cause harmful side effects such as dry skin, respiratory issues, cancer, and birth defects.
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As you may have already heard, Ebola can survive on dry surfaces such as doorknobs and shopping cart handles for several hours.
So as the world waits for an Ebola vaccine (which will no doubt contain toxic chemicals that acidify the body), what are we to do to reduce our risk of contamination?
The CDC’s advice boils down to this: frequent hand washing.
We have not tested our water against the Ebola virus because, as crazy as it sounds, the Ebola virus has been patented by the U.S. government. As such, it would be illegal for us to do scientific testing on Ebola without express written permission. Permission we’ll never get, because the FDA regulates that only a drug can treat, cure, mitigate, or prevent a disease.
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The number one thing that holds us back from achieving our goals and dreams and being happier and healthier is fear.
Fear may show up in many ways such as overeating, procrastination, and self-sabotage. It’s important to remember that no matter how old we are, we all face (or bury) fears on a regular basis. You are not alone!
A man named Jia Jiang decided he no longer wanted to fear rejection and set out to ask 100 strangers outrageous requests fully expecting them to decline, so as to be able to get used to rejection and learn to no longer fear it. These requests included things such as if the first guy in line at Best Buy on Thanksgiving would give him his spot for free, and if he could trim his hair at PetsMart. The surprising result was that many of his 100 requests were actually accepted!
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