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France sends troops to Caribbean to stop mandate protests

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As unrest against vaccine mandates grows around the world, France is deploying its military to the Caribbean islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe to stop the protests. The unusual deployment follows several weeks ...

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Photo albums at Thanksgiving can engage elders struggling with memory

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Alzheimer’s Awareness Month comes each November when families gather together for Thanksgiving. That time together often shines a light on loved ones struggling with memory loss. Over 5 million Americans suffer from ...

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How companies push sugary drinks on children

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Walking down the drink aisle at any grocery store will take you past hundreds of drinks, from sodas to sports drinks. Drink sections for children are filled with a vast array of ...

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Health and nursing home associations say Build Back Better threatens long-term care

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Two provisions in President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better Act (H.R. 5376) will have a devastating impact on nursing homes. The result will be that thousands more facilities will be forced to ...

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How to get cheap (or free) health insurance if you retire early

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I often hear when I first meet with someone that the only reason they are still working is to pay for health insurance until they can get on Medicare at age 65. ...

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Franklin Graham has surgery for life-threatening heart condition

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Franklin Graham expects to make a full recovery from specialized heart surgery this week at the Mayo Clinic. Graham, 69, had developed pericarditis, which involves swelling and irritation of the thin, saclike ...

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Labor shortage creates long waits for mental health services in Missouri

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Mental health patients in Missouri are waiting months for services because of a staffing shortage, according to data from the state. Within the Department of Mental Health’s division of behavioral health, about ...

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Take it from Reagan and Proverbs: We need to laugh again

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Late on a rainy December morning in 1997, on the 34th floor of the Century City office building in Southern California, Ronald Reagan was gazing out a large window, looking down to ...

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Internal emails reveal why CDC changed definition of ‘vaccine’

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Newly released emails reveal the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) altered the definition of “vaccine” because of concern that its definition did not apply to COVID-19 vaccines. The definition change ...

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Pastors feeling overwhelmed, survey finds

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More than six in 10 pastors of evangelical and historically black Protestant churches agree that “the role of being a pastor is frequently overwhelming,” with 21 percent strongly agreeing, a new Lifeway ...

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Australia considers massive fines, prison for breaking Covid mandates

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As Australia is increasingly described as a police state, a new bill mandates prison and a $67,000 fine for breaking covid mandates. Australians living in the state of Victoria were shocked when ...

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7 simple steps to improve your health

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Our society faces a health epidemic because over half of Americans live with a chronic illness and a third suffer from obesity. Does your health or weight impede you from having a ...

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China, Mexico fueling American overdose death surge

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Drug overdose deaths in the United States increased by nearly 30 percent during the first year of the pandemic. Nearly 97,000 Americans died from overdoses between March 2020 and March 2021, according ...

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Fear of the mark of the beast not a valid reason to avoid vaccine, scholars say

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Although some people have legitimate reasons for not being vaccinated for COVID-19, fear of receiving the mark of the beast mentioned in Revelation should not be one of them, a New Testament ...

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Covid tests recalled after giving false positive results

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An Australian company is the latest to recall at-home Covid testing kits that are being used in the United States. Medical manufacturer Ellume made the emergency move saying the 200,000 tests produce ...

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Biden administration overrides vaccine advisory panel

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President Joe Biden’s political appointment heading the CDC has overridden its vaccine advisory panel on who should receive the booster shot.  Early Friday, CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky said people as young ...

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Nursing homes using fake Schizophrenia diagnoses to force elderly into submission

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A new New York Times investigation discovered a troubling nationwide trend in nursing homes, one that is likely to make Americans even more weary of placing their loved ones in the care ...

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Experts share tips to boost energy as life gets busier

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More and more churches are nourishing physical as well as spiritual health. The focus comes as many people report a lack of energy and additional stress since the beginning of the pandemic. ...

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UK ditches plans for vaccine passports after outcry

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The UK has canceled plans to mandate vaccine passports for pubs and public events across the country. The announcement was made by UK Health Secretary Sajid Javid on Sunday. It comes after ...

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“We will not comply” has a proud history in America’s social struggles

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In response to the COVID-19 lockdowns and mandates, the phrase “we will not comply” and sentiments of civil disobedience have become increasingly popular. Parents at school board meetings have been chanting the ...

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Major religious groups and their stand on vaccinations

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As the debate over COVID19 vaccinations continues, some people cite religious beliefs as a reason not to take the shot. Most religions have no prohibition against vaccinations, although some have considerations, concerns ...

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Study: teachers at no greater risk of Covid hospitalization

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An exhaustive study out of Britain finds teachers are not at greater risk of hospitalization as a result of COVID-19 infection than the rest of the population. The study comes as the ...

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10 proven ways to keep the mind sharp as you age

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Just as exercise improves your physical health, brain workouts strengthen your mind, boosting your memory and thinking skills. Even better, it’s never too late to begin exercising your most important muscle. Read ...

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After preventing it, judge allows unvaccinated mom to see her son

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An Illinois judge on Monday reversed his earlier controversial decision to ban an unvaccinated mom from seeing her 11-year-old son. Cook County Judge James Shapiro had granted custody of the boy to ...

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The New York Times admits Covid security measures “make things worse”

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Useless yet burdensome “security” measures really meant only to reassure people are no longer confined solely to airports. When the COVID -19 pandemic first began, we didn’t fully understand how the virus ...

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