Saturday, September 30, 2006

Childless Women Risk Poorer Health In Later Life

Submitted by Akote Ivryah - KNN Atlanta

Childless women run the risk of earlier death and poorer health in later life. A new study funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) finds that not only childless women but also mothers of five or more children, teenage mothers and mothers who have children with less than an 18 month gap between births all have higher risks of death and poor health later in life. Findings are based on a study of three separate datasets of women born from 1911 onwards in Great Britain and the USA. "We already know quite of lot about the impact of a person's very early life or their socio-economic history on health and mortality in later life," explains researcher Professor Emily Grundy of the Centre for Population Studies, School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London. "But, in this study we were able to analyse the long-term health implications of a person's partnership and parenting experiences while taking into account education and other indicators of socio-economic status as well." See:Click here: Childless Women Risk Poorer Health In Later Life

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Yeshua the Hebrew Messiah or Jesus the Christian Christ II; 8 CD set Now Available

All praises to Yah!
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Tuesday, September 26, 2006

Facts about "e. coli"

by Laviyah E. Nahum-KNN Cleveland

I have been researching the spinach situation and here's what I've found:

1. 73,000 people a year, roughly 200 people a day are affected by e. coli contamination from Beef.

2. Only 20 people have been affected by e. coli contamination from produce in the last 10 years.

3. Some news sources especially the AP are trying to make it sound like there have been 20 e. coli outbreaks from produce in the last five years. Their wording is very clever. You have to read carefully to see that it is only 20 individual cases. This is hardly worth mentioning when you consider that around 200 people a day are affected by e. coli from Beef.

4. However this is not all bad, as now farmers will be more careful to not wash produce with water that could be contaminated by cattle feces.

5. Don't buy produce from big farms that pre-package produce if you can buy from a farmer's market instead.

6. Don't buy from farms that have livestock. Small produce farmers at farmer's markets often just grow vegetables and fruits, and don't have animals.

For more details on the Spinach situation, articles from the FDA and CDC, and emails from fellow readers etc... see http://www.TheG

Monday, September 25, 2006

U.S. loosens airline security rules

OK as of Tuesday: toiletries in small bags, drinks bought in secure areas-MSNBC News

WASHINGTON - The U.S. government is partially lifting the ban against carrying liquids, gels and aerosols onto airliners that was instituted after a bomb plot was foiled last August, officials said Monday. “We now know enough to say that a total ban is no longer needed from a security point of view,” said Kip Hawley, head of the Transportation Security Administration, at a news conference at Reagan National Airport. Under the new rules, travelers may carry:

-Drinks and other items purchased in the secure areas of the airport.
-Travel-size toiletry containers of 3 ounces (90 ml) or less that are placed in a “quart-size, clear plastic, zip-top bag.”
-That includes items like lip gloss and hand lotion. The bags will be screened and returned if they are cleared.

Hawley called the new procedures a “common sense” approach that would maintain a high level of security at airports but ease conditions for passengers. “We have also taken additional security measures throughout the airport that make us comfortable allowing passengers to bring beverages and other items purchased in the secure area onboard,” he said. Traveling soon? See complete article: Travel rules