Posts Tagged ‘berry’

Josselyn Berry, Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs’ press secretary, resigns after tweeting an image promoting more gun violence against “transphobes”

(Natural News) The press secretary of Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs has resigned from her post after tweeting a highly offensive meme encouraging transgender extremists to shoot up their opponents. Josselyn Berry, whose Twitter profile has since gone private, responded to the Nashville transgender school shooting with an image from the 1980 film Gloria depicting a… […]

Can this berry truly protect YOU from heart disease and type 2 diabetes?

(NaturalHealth365) With their lustrous indigo color and sweet-but-tart taste, ripe blueberries are perfect little globes of flavor and juiciness.  Not only are blueberries delicious, but they are generally acknowledged as a true “superfood” by nutritionists, natural health experts, and physicians alike.  But can the health benefits of blueberries really be confirmed?  A steadily accumulating body […]

Team USA’s Gwen Berry Vows to ‘Trash America’ if She Wins Olympics

Team USA’s Biden-supporting hammer thrower Gwen Berry has vowed to completely trash America if she wins medals at the Olympics in Tokyo. Berry, a self-proclaimed “activist athlete,” made headlines last June after she turned her back on the American flag during a medal ceremony at the Olympic Trials. During a post-qualifier interview last Saturday, Berry […]

Cold weather is keeping birds from nesting and delaying blossoming of wild berry bushes in Finland’s north

     There is still plenty of snow in the forests of Lapland, and there is ice on many of its lakes and rivers. Spring has inched forward slowly and temperatures, especially at night, are frigid. Right now, the weather in Lapland is 4C-5C below the long-term average. The cold is being reflected in the late […]

America’s junk food diet could lead to fatal heart attacks in majority of children, suggests vegetarian doctor

(NaturalNews) Dr. Charles R. Attwood, a board certified pediatrician and Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics, has spent 35 years teaching the world about the impacts of nutrition and fitness. His involvement in national health and nutrition policy is the reason the 1996 U.S. Dietary Guidelines for Americans acknowledged for the first […]

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