2011 November News Archive Seekers of the Truth

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November 30, 2011

Oceans Dying Much Faster Than Feared

The most rapid extinction of marine life in Earth's history is upon us now due to over-fishing, pollution and climate change.

Children’s Bones Identified at Canada’s Oldest Indian Residential School

A child’s remains and other human bones have been identified at Canada’s oldest Indian residential school in Brantford, Ontario.

November 29, 2011

The Cancer Cause of Growing Mustaches

Men grows mustaches as a symbolical campaign for prostate cancer awareness this month of November.

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Fenugreek, Food and Medicine Combined

Fenugreek is widely used for consumption and contains medicinal properties.

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Lemon Water Acts in Chelation and Oxidation of Cells

Clean water and fresh squeezed lemon is one of the most well tested energy boosters around.

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Selling Gold and Buying Farmland?

What can you eat, gold or food?

November 28, 2011

A tractor is silhouetted on a hillside in Prairie City, Iowa. Credit: Reuters/Shannon Stapleton

Farmland Tradition Given Up for Buyers

It took just 31 minutes for Donald Ellingson's family to end an agrarian tradition that had survived more than a half-century, by auctioning off 153 acres of rich Iowa farmland.

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Investors Attracted to Farmlands

Iowa farmlands bought by investors at an alarming rate.

A Canadian study finds most acupuncture complications occur when procedures are performed by inexperienced or untrained providers.

Acupuncture Complications Occur with Untrained Practitioners

Study finds treatment safe for children if administered by trained professionals.

A fluorescent spray, now in development, detects early-stage cancer in mice. Photo: AP

New Developed Spray May Trace Tiny Tumors

Fluorescent dye glows when it finds evidence of cancer.

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Omega-3 Reduces Inflammation and Anxiety

The Omega-3 fatty acids EPA and DHA continue to garner well deserved attention as essential components of human health.

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Statins Linked to Diabetes

Statin drugs increase your likelihood of suffering exercise-related injury, according to a recent study, and can increase your risk of developing diabetes.

Canada to Eliminate Tariffs on More Goods: Flaherty

Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty said on Sunday the government would eliminate tariffs on dozens more products used by Canadian manufacturers, aiming to lower their costs and encourage more hiring.

Heal With The Miraculous Powers of Garlic

Yes, it stinks a bit - no wonder vampires hate it! But the abundance of health benefits contained in a single clove of garlic should be enough to make you embrace it - for there is a whole list of those benefits.

An Apple or Two a Day May Save Your Brain

Studies are constantly proving that what you eat can be as powerful and more potent than a prescribed drug.

More Women Switch to Eco-Friendly Menstrual Cups

Menstrual cups are much more convenient, cost-efficient and environmentally friendly than tampons or disposable pads, as one cup can be used for years without the need to create unnecessary waste.

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