Posts Tagged ‘disrupts’

US Treasury Disrupts Corruption Network Stealing From Venezuela’s Food Distribution Program, CLAP

Today, the U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) sanctioned Colombian national Alex Nain Saab Moran (Saab), a profiteer orchestrating a vast corruption network that has enabled former President Nicolás Maduro (Maduro) and his regime to significantly profit from food imports and distribution in Venezuela. Saab has personally profited from overvalued […]

Dispute disrupts reopening of revered Jerusalem archaeological site

France reopened a revered but long-closed archaeological site in the heart of Jerusalem on Thursday, but a dispute over access immediately disrupted its reopening. France, the owner of the site known as the Tomb of the Kings, reopened it to visits after having kept it closed since 2010. But concerns that it would become more […]

Aspartame may be making you dumb: Study finds that the artificial sweetener disrupts your neurotransmitters

(Natural News) Another study proves that artificial sweeteners like aspartame are harmful to your health. The study, which was published in the African Journal of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medicines, has revealed that aspartame damages the brain. In particular, consuming this chemical sweetener for a long time will increase oxidative stress in […]

Intense dust storm hits Iran’s Sistan and Balouchestan, disrupts life

Tasnim – An official with Iran Meteorological Department in Sistan and Balouchestan said dust concentration in the southeastern province’s air is around 54 times higher than the standard level, disrupting people’s lives. “Dust concentration in Sistan and Balouchestan’s air has risen to 54 times the limits in the past three hours due to massive storms […]

Blockade By Pipeline Opponents Disrupts Work Day At FERC

Blockade By Pipeline Opponents Disrupts Work Day At FERC Above Photo: Two fracking well “derricks” and chanting protesters block First St. at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission./Photo by Anne Meador Security at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission seemed caught unawares Monday morning when anti-pipeline activists blockaded the staff parking garage at the agency headquarters. In […]

Seeking Inner Peace? Research Has Proven that WiFi Disrupts The Blood-Brain Barrier and Can Reduce Impulse Control

March 28, 2018 By B.N. Frank 2012 research also proved that WiFi exposure can also cause the blood-brain barrier to leak.  And a leaking blood-brain barrier is capable of more than wrecking your Zen Factor and reducing your impulse control. Several years ago, Dr. Neil Cherry published research on WiFi exposure’s […]

Alzheimer’s disrupts the body clock, providing early clues for potential diagnosis

(Natural News) A new study found that the disturbances in the body clock of people who suffer from Alzheimer’s disease can also develop much earlier in people whose memories are intact but their brain scans show early, preclinical evidence of Alzheimer’s. The study was carried out by a team of researchers from […]

Decreased melatonin disrupts the body clock and increases cancer risk: Night workers found to have highest risk

(Natural News) Should you quit the night shift? Research says that you probably should — if you’re a woman. That’s what a team of researchers in China found out: According to their study, women who work night shifts are at higher risk of certain cancers. The results determined that working the night shift increased the […]

Road Rage Explained? Cell Phone Radiation Lowers Impulse Control, Disrupts Blood Brain Barrier

B.N. Frank, GuestWaking Times Drivers exposed to high radiation levels when phones try to stay connected to towers. Mind blown yet? Cell phone radiation adversely affecting the brain (and everything else) is not breaking news. There has been credible U.S. military research that has proven this since 1972. Warnings in regard to drivers being exposed to […]

Beyond Extreme Energy Disrupts Senate Hearing For FERC Commissioner

Four people arrested.  Hearing disrupted for 20 minutes. WASHINGTON, DC – Once accustomed to operating in the shadows, controversy around the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and its role in the permitting of harmful and unnecessary fracked gas infrastructure was thrown into the limelight on Thursday morning when five people disrupted the Senate Energy and […]

Girls should be in school – not forced into marriage by powerful men

Moses Ngware (TC) : Naisiae⁺ is 15 years old. She belongs to Kenya’s Maasai tribe, is the first born in a family of six and her father died in 2012. In 2015, the teenager from Narok County graduated from primary school with slightly below average grades. Education can change girls’ lives: an extra year of […]

5 times cheaper? Siberian artificial heart to challenge European implants

The new artificial heart design created by a team of cardiologists from the Novosibirsk State Research Institute of Circulation Pathology was unveiled at a medical forum in Novosibirsk on Thursday. According to the scientists, the artificial heart will have a unique design that will be different from other hearts available or currently being developed in […]

Rally For Zero At Nuclear Summit

Print Friendly Above photo: Tell world leaders at the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit: 15,000 nuclear weapons ≠ security! Washington, DC – On March 31, world leaders will gather for the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington, D.C. to take steps to prevent an act of nuclear terrorism. Their approach is focused solely on securing nuclear material. The […]

Bernie Sanders’s God is a lot like John Brown’s

God came up in last night’s Democratic debate in Flint, Michigan. A woman named Denise asked, “Senator Sanders, do you believe that God is relevant? Why or Why not?” Sanders said: The answer is yes and I think when we talk about God, whether it it is Christianity, or Judaism, or Islam, or Buddhism, what […]

Edward Snowden, Nobel Peace Prize candidate

     US whistle-blower and former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden is among the top candidates for the 2016 Nobel Peace Prize which is awarded in Oslo, Norway. “2016 may finally be Edward Snowden’s year … His leaks are now having a positive effect,” Kristian Berg Harpviken, head of the Peace Research Institute in Oslo told […]

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