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How many diseases can you think of where excess inflammation is chronic or too easily triggered?  A lot of them.  Yes, and many of these inflammatory diseases have been treated in the past and currently with heavy chemotherapy drugs and very strong painkillers.  In the near future, these medications with their side effects may be a thing of the past due to new discoveries of the vital role of the human body's vagus nerve in regulating inflammation triggers throughout the whole of the human body.  Yes, the vagus nerve and its tone has a large bearing on your overall well-being.

http://www.businessinsider.com/vagus-nerve-2016-4
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Charlie Parker and Lester Young.  Okay, throw in Howard McGhee and Willie Smith, too and with others this is some fine, fine jazz playing...

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What an improvement this could mean for many Alzheimer/Dementia patients!  Watch the embedded video for how lifelike it is and you'll also learn more about how it is used, too.  Inhumane?  Certainly not...

http://www.care2.com/causes/are-therapy-robots-that-comfort-dementia-patients-inhumane.html
Dementia patients became more social and alert after interacting with a robot seal named Paro.
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Some give their all and that applies to dogs, too. A rescuer of 7-8 people from the devastating earthquake in Ecuador died of a heart attack after suffering heat stroke and exhaustion after the rescues. RIP, Dayko.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/hero-dog-dies-of-exhaustion-after-rescuing-7-from-earthquake-in-ecuador-193518699.html
A rescue dog in Ecuador died of exhaustion after saving seven people in the aftermath of an earthquake.
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Think that heavy duty safe you bought for the home or office is pretty safe?  Err, uh, maybe you better see this video first...

http://digg.com/video/magnet-opens-hotel-safe
Most consumer locks and safes are total trash.
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You do have a safe safe, +Jeff Cave   That's what worries me about newer cars, nowadays.  With so many of their systems being electronic, they're susceptible to magnetic pulses and hacking.  My nephew is now glad his Jeep is an old one and mostly mechanical, too.  My old car is still mostly mechanical.  I have to wind windows down with the crank and use a key to lock/unlock, etc.
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Suzy is a roll up your sleeves and tackle it kind of person.  She puts love into action and rescues food and feeds it to the hungry.  Her group of about 20 chefs from all over Cincinnati donate their time and food they've rescued from restaurants and groceries and feed hundreds of hungry bellies every day.  Love in action, how truly sweet that is!

http://www.care2.com/causes/hero-chef-rescues-food-enlists-volunteer-network-to-feed-the-hungry.html
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I don't think this surprises many who've been forecasting this in recent years, but it does sound officially over from their own perspective, too.

http://recode.net/2016/04/26/apple-2q16-earnings-guidance/
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I won't at this stage of my life be considering buying one, but many of you might be entertaining the idea for near or far future plans.  Here's how many corporations who make and/or purchase them for their fleets are forming a large lobbying group on their behalf...

http://www.theverge.com/2016/4/26/11510076/self-driving-coalition-ford-google-uber-lyft-volvo-nhtsa
A who's-who of carmakers, technology companies, and ride-sharing startups are joining forces to pressure the federal government on the issue of self-driving cars. Ford, Google, Uber, Lyft, and...
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+Aron Fiechter​ hand signals of pedestrians crossing a typical block, so as to be able to understand intentions of, if the pedestrian is waiting or going. In other words if crossing a road, a car turning is hesitant, then the pedestrian is only made aware of the indicator with light, so a wave through then the car is typically right or by then crawling to a stop, either way not in the slightest great for a pedestrian who would have to out think the expected 100% correctness of a programed vehicle, that would react 'correctly' even under faultiness.
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I know we can't, +Zac Bergart as their brain stems are fragile and besides that, the shaking of what passes for brains against their skull would more likely addle their brains further and they're hard enough to deal with as they are.  Doesn't make the fantasies disappear, though, as we fight to hold onto shreds of patience.
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Regarding horses and sayings referencing horses to one degree of another, this was fascinating to me...

http://www.neatorama.com/2016/04/15/Neigh-Sayings/
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I had no idea purslane was edible nor that it was packed with such nutrients though I've been growing it for years for its flowers...
There are some other ideas in here I may be trying this year for the first time.  Why not have flowers and eats?
From 12k – 25k edible things on our planet, we only eat around 500. Our ancestors ate quite a larger range of foods, many also containing medicinal benefits.
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Pretty much any skilled bushcraft instructor can tell you what is edible and what isn't.
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Work Background: Music Publishing & Production, Legal Transcription,  Law Office Manager, Asst. Programmer HP mainframes, Financial Services Customer Service, Social & Health Sciences Research, Freelance Writing for Multi-Websites, Independent Media Consulting

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    Independent Consulting, 2015 - present
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    Nonfiction Writer, 2009 - present
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