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An ice cream parlour in London has been forced to stop selling its “Baby Gaga” flavour, which is made with human breast milk.
Matt O’Connor, the founder and owner of The Icecreamists, where the frozen delicacy was sold, said the ice cream proved to be popular with the customers.
However, Westminster Council officials took away samples for testing and later sent a letter to Mr O’Connor ordering him to stop selling the dish.
Westminster Councillor Brian Connell said: “Following two complaints from members of the public and concerns from the Health Protection Agency...
Posted by admin in A Nursing World, Cancer, Green Planet Trends, Heart Attack, Your Health, Your LifeNov 24th, 2010 | No Comments
Eating lots of orange and dark green veggies such as carrots, sweet potatoes and green beans may be tied to less disease and longer life, suggests a new study.
This time it is not the beta-carotene in vegetables that has the spotlight, but rather its cousin: alpha-carotene. Both are members of the carotenoid antioxidant family. Scientists believe carotenoid antioxidants promote health by counteracting oxygen-related damage to DNA.
Consumption of fruits and vegetables has long been associated with lower risks of health problems such as cancer and heart disease, said Dr. Chaoyang Li of the U.S....
Posted by admin in A Nursing World, Green Planet Trends, Investment, Your MoneyNov 20th, 2010 | No Comments
As small towns suffer from a continuing flight from rural toward-more urban living, some economic development groups and governments in these troubled areas have chosen to stay and fight.
The Homestead Act of 1862 is no longer in effect, but free land is still available out there in the great wide open (often literally in the great wide open). In fact, the town of Beatrice, Nebraska has even enacted a Homestead Act of 2010.
As with the homesteaders of the 1800s, the new pioneers must not be the faint of heart—they can’t be the type to shy away from the trials of building a home from the...
Posted by admin in A Nursing World, Green Planet Trends, Science & EnvironmentNov 18th, 2010 | No Comments
By Clay Dillow
Rare earth minerals – those 17 valuable elements with myriad industrial, commercial, and military applications – have been the subject of a lot of hand wringing lately.
They’re in short supply (at least in processed form), and with the exception of China no nation in the world can readily mine them from the Earth and process them in large quantities. But an old idea long considered somewhat fantastical is re-emerging as a serious option for harvesting rare-earths from a place not usually associated with mining: the ocean floor.
China’s monopoly on the global supply of rare-earth...
Posted by admin in A Nursing World, Green Planet TrendsNov 11th, 2010 | No Comments
BY Lauren Johnston – DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER
Forget burgers and fries, this drive-thru window serves up sex toys.
Pleasure-seeking just got a lot more convenient for Huntsville residents thanks to an Alabama sex shop that’s now selling sex toys through a drive-up window.
Owner Sherri Williams says her shop is the first adult store in the nation to offer car service and it’s all a part of her crusade to take the stigma away from sex shops.
“The real essence of what I’m trying to get across is adult stores don’t have to be hidden in back alleys,” Williams told...
Posted by admin in A Nursing World, Green Planet Trends, Science & EnvironmentNov 7th, 2010 | No Comments
Scientists predict that soot from commercial space flight will change global temperatures.
Climate change caused by black carbon, also known as soot, emitted during a decade of commercial space flight would be comparable to that from current global aviation, researchers estimate.
The findings, reported in a paper in press in Geophysical Research Letters1, suggest that emissions from 1,000 private rocket launches a year would persist high in the stratosphere, potentially altering global atmospheric circulation and distributions of ozone. The simulations show that the changes to Earth’s climate...
Posted by admin in A Nursing World, Green Planet Trends, Your HealthNov 1st, 2010 | No Comments
While the developed world wrestles with curbing carbon emissions from luxuries like personal automobiles
and the multi-megawatt power plants that keep homes and offices at a comfortable 72 degrees, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is engineering an ambitious bottom-up approach to reduce emissions in the third world: providing cleaner cooking stoves. Clinton aims to introduce 100 million clean stoves to poor people the world over by 2020.
With two military entanglements cooking up trouble in volatile parts of the world, the threat of international terrorism omnipresent, and the budget stretched...
Posted by admin in A Nursing World, Green Planet Trends, Health Knowledge BaseMay 13th, 2010 | No Comments
All Americans—whether brown, white, or black—should be required to carry a passport showing they are red, white, and blue.
“As an American, I cannot go to Arizona today without a passport,” declared Los Angeles City Councilman Ed Reyes, one of the sponsors of a resolution to boycott Arizona’s businesses because of its new immigration law. “If I come across an officer who’s having a bad day and feels that the picture on my ID is not me, I can be…deported, no questions asked,” the hyperbolic Reyes told the Los Angeles Times this week. “That is not American.”