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Victoria Generao (Lana)
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"All knowledge is not contained in only one school."
"All knowledge is not contained in only one school."

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When I am in harmony with the Creative Force, I am aligned with what I am here to be. I am then present in what I do with clarity and focus, awareness and mindfulness.

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A Man Cured Stage 4 Prostate Cancer And Tells Us How

According to Vernon Johnson, cancer survivor, baking soda and molasses will kill cancer. Read on to learn more! According to Johnson, he originally wanted cesium, in an attempt to change his body’s pH. His order never came, though, but he thought he’d heard of baking soda and maple syrup working

#Prostate #Cancer #Health #Explore #Medicine #HomeRemedies #Treatment #HealthyLiving #NaturalRemedies #Herbs #Study #BakingSoda #ProstateCancer

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These sweet potato fries are a kid-approved substitute for regular fries or potato products, and they are packed with nutrition.
http://bit.ly/2pt7PDg #jerf

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When you want to lower your blood pressure, think beyond slashing salt, calories and fat—and also consider what you can add to your diet. More vegetables, fruits and lean protein.

http://www.eatingdigest.com/three-drinks-lower-blood-pressure/

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Photosynthetic cyanobacteria may one day be able to help damaged human hearts by providing oxygen. Researchers have already found that the process works in rats. The scientists injected the bacteria into the hearts of anesthetized rats with cardiac disease. They then shone light on the hearts for less than twenty minutes, triggering photosynthesis in the bacteria. During the reaction, the bacteria used carbon dioxide from the heart environment and produced oxygen. The oxygen improved the functioning of the heart. Interestingly, the researchers say that the injected bacteria disappeared within twenty-four hours, but the hearts of the treated rats continued to work better for "at least" four weeks.
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