Category Archives for "Editorials"

Nov 25

Climate Change Denial Redux

Editorials

I love the graphic, above. It’s entitled, Politicians Debating Climate Change. Someone I’ve admired for a while posted the following piece online: Those 11,000 “scientists” warning about an impending “climate emergency” are just “11,000 random people,” investigation reveals. In truth, these 11,000 “scientists” are actually just 11,000 ordinary people who were duped into believing that […]

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Hemp Farming
Nov 12

Hemp for Victory

Editorials

First published in the 1991 Wellness Directory of Minnesota™. Since then, many things have shown up that can replace trees, such as coconut husk waste. Albeit, hemp is one of the most versatile plants in the world, so read on! In problem solving, we learn that looking at the problem from a different angle will […]

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I'm Bored
Jul 17

Who the Hell Says Wellness Has to be Boring?

Editorials

I used to hang out in an AOL chat room for people with cancer and their supporters. One complaint about being “healthy” was that “health foods taste terrible,” or “I’d rather die eating a double cheeseburger than a rice cake,” or “life’s too short not to indulge!” Please Note: We are a 503(c)(3) educational charity […]

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Drugs
Mar 01

Expiration Dates — What Do They Really Mean?

Editorials

It turns out that the expiration date on a drug does stand for something, but probably not what you think it does. Since a law was passed in 1979, drug manufacturers are required to stamp an expiration date on their products. This is the date at which the manufacturer can still guarantee the full potency and safety of the drug.

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