Believe in your heart What you know to be real And never be afraid To do what you feel Though others may object Stand tall to your belief
Cause when your day comes to shine You're gonna feel the relief
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Reports Indicate Ecstasy Pills Are Getting Stronger
Intense ecstasy? Researchers in other countries are concerned about the active ingredient MDMA found in ecstasy pills, believed to have increased by 50% over the past few years. Originally, the drug contained an average of 80 milligrams. It is reported a single pill now contains 120 milligrams. The increased ingredient could bring about a higher risk of heart problems, liver problems, and psychotic attacks.
Coconut Bar Dark Chocolate And Other Treats Being Recalled
OSKRI Corp. of Lake Mills, WI is recalling “Coconut Bar Dark Chocolate”, “Coconut Bar Dark Chocolate Minis”, “Fig Dark Chocolate Bars” and “Almond Dark Chocolate Bars” because the dark chocolate contains milk. People who have an allergy or severe sensitivity to milk run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products.
Green Party Urges Mass Protest Against Adversarial Government
WASHINGTON, DC -- The Green Party today called for a mass movement to demand the dismantling of the National Surveillance State created by the National Security Agency, CIA, and Justice Department with President Obama's approval.
CDC partners with 104 employers for National Healthy Worksite Program
Initiative aims to prevent chronic disease, improve worker productivity, control health costs
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, through its partner Viridian Health Management, has identified 104 employers in eight counties across the nation that have voluntarily chosen to participate in the National Healthy Worksite Program, a new initiative aimed at reducing chronic disease and building a healthier, more productive U.S. workforce. The initiative primarily focuses on small and mid-sized employers.
Young Frankenstein, a musical based on the Mel Brooks' classic comedy of the Frankenstein legend, is set for March 9 in Texarkana at the Perot Theatre. The story follows bright young Dr. Frankenstein as he attempts to complete his grandfather's masterwork and bring a corpse to life. For more details visit trahc.org or call 903-792-4492.
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