Health

Downs teenager Abdul Al-Faisal was arrested after trying to retrieve his favourite cap

Officers abuse disabled men

Police officers who killed a man with Down’s Syndrome who would not leave a movie, have not been indicted, it has been revealed. After appearing in front of a grand jury in Frederick County, Maryland, officers Lt. Scott Jewell, Sgt. Rich Rochford and Deputy First Class James Harris, who were involved in the death of Robert Ethan Saylor, 26, will[Read More…]

Five great reasons to use coconut oil

Five great reasons to use coconut oil

A great deal has been written about the benefits of coconut oil and the amazing benefits it can have for your health. However, in this blog, I concentrate only on the benefits that have been backed up by scientific studies. So far, all of the indications are, that coconut oil is something of a superfood. So what is so great[Read More…]

Ian Duncan Smith has unveiled plans to force terminally ill people to stock shelves

Govt to force terminal cancer patients to stock shelves

Those with terminal cancer and other severe diseases in the UK face being forced to stock shelves in Tesco and doing other work experience or face losing their benefits, it has been revealed. The government announced that those with more than six months to live could have to do work experience or see their payments slashed under the scheme by[Read More…]

Yoga and meditation are thought to assist in brain training

Scientists prove yoga and meditation helps to change the brain

A new study has helped to shed light on the benefits of yoga and meditation. Scientists at the University of Minnesota have recently rediscovered what spiritualists and Buddhists have known for centuries: yoga and meditation improves the brain and the ability of individuals to think better. In other words, it aids consciousness. The study showed that those who practice meditation[Read More…]

Court judgement gives US towns the power to ban fracking

Court judgement gives US towns the power to ban fracking

A new ruling has given US towns the power to ban fracking within municipal borders, it has been revealed. The New York Court of Appeals has helped to set a new precedent by ruling that the towns of Dryden and Middlefield can use local zoning laws to ban heavy industry, including oil and gas production, within municipal borders. Many other[Read More…]