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Philippines

‘Haiyan’ leaves Philippines devastated but with spirit intact

The “world’s strongest storm to hit land” may have already passed, but its full impact has yet to come to light as the Philippines continues to reel in the wake of super typhoon “Haiyan”, locally named “Yolanda”.   With the death toll feared to reach 10,000, the country is torn among mixed emotions – from grieving to feeling grateful that the worst has passed. The … [Read More...]

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Gluten

Gluten Can Make You Do What?

Gluten has been called the direct cause of ADHD, Autism, and Celiac Disease.  It has been labeled as one of the most direct causes of headaches, memory loss, and the possible development of Alzheimer Disease.  This has to be one of the most shocking and devastating amoungst of information about any fiber or ingredient to […]

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iPad Air

The Newest iPad Air has Arrived!

It is a fortunate time for any and all Apple fan boys out there. The sales for the newest iPad are on the verge of beginning. In fact, they have already started in a few countries. The latest iPad known as iPad Air, will be released in 42 countries. Crossing the number of countries that […]

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Chagall Artwork

Nazi Artwork Loot Yields Treasure

The true secret held by Cornelius Gurlitt an elderly and reclusive owner of a Munich apartment is so fantastic it sounds like the plot from a Dan Brown novel or a script for the television show Castle. Gurlitt who neighbors say lived “like a ghost” was hiding a wealth of artwork looted by the Nazis […]

Lululemon

Lululemon Loyalty Waning in Midst of Sheer Bottom Controversy

Customers once loyal to the Lululemon brand are now considering looking elsewhere for their yoga and workout gear.  The company’s message board, heylululemon.com, once home to praises, now holds pages of customers wondering what has happened to the quality of the high-end athletic wear. Earlier this year the yoga clothier, Lululemon, recalled the thinner version […]

Fukushima

Fukushima Daiichi Disaster Two and a Half Years Later

On March 11th, 2011 a magnitude 9 earthquake struck the coast of northeastern Japan. Shortly thereafter a massive tsunami, whose waves reached over 130 feet tall, swamped over the shores of the many cities dotting the Japanese coast. In Sendai the water made it over six miles inland. Despite the numerous preventative measures undertaken the […]