School Gives Students Credit for Physical Education Class When They Do Yard Work for Seniors and the Disabled

Rather than making kids do laps around a gym track, an alternative school in Iowa is allowing their students to earn their physical education credits by helping disabled and senior citizens. EMBED A VIDEO (Optional): School Gives Students Credit for Physical Education Class When They Do Yard Work for Seniors and the Disabled

The Harvard Doctor Changing Nursing Homes Forever

He’s been in the news quite a bit regarding his somewhat radical, yet very positive, first-hand perspective of aging. A Washington Post article featured this one man crusade to change negative attitudes about aging and help people to think of “post-adulthood” as a time of enrichment: “Thomas believes that Americans have bought so willingly into the idea …[continue reading]

PAC: €86m spent on avoiding environmental targets shows Govt making ‘charade’ of climate change promise

The Government has been accused of making a “charade” of its climate change promises after it emerged it has spent more than €86m to date in buying itself out of international environmental targets. The Dáil’s public accounts committee outlined the situation after the National Treasury Management Agency confirmed the figures and said another €66.5m may …[continue reading]

Experts: Alzheimer’s Disease Might Be ‘Foodborne’

Mounting research shows there’s a compelling link between a particular kind of protein and neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Lou Gehrig’s disease. What’s so intriguing about that is this protein, called TDP-43, behaves like toxic and infectious proteins known as prions, which are responsible for the brain destruction that occurs in Mad Cow and …[continue reading]

Complete History of BAYER — One of the Biggest Depopulationist Companies in the World

Bayer AG is a chemical and pharmaceutical giant founded in Barmen, Germany in 1863 by Friedrich Bayer and his partner, Johann Friedrich Weskott.  Today it has its headquarters in Leverkusen, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany. It trademarked acetylsalicylic acid as aspirin in 1899. It also trademarked heroin a year earlier, then marketed it world-wide for decades as …[continue reading]