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  1. FM spokeswoman urges Japan to stop harming China's territorial sovereigntyRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Xinhuanet

    China has urged Japan to stop all provocations after the Japanese Cabinet Secretariat published some information on its website on Friday alleging Diaoyu islands belong to Japan. "The Diaoyu Island and its adjacent islands have been China's inherent territory since ancient times," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Friday night.

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  2. Evidence prevails: No medical marijuana for autism in Michigan-for now [Respectful Insolence]Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | ScienceBlogs

    ... use, I have been harshly critical of the "medical marijuana" movement. Indeed, I have referred to it as the " new herbalism " because when it comes to evidence for the efficacy of marijuana in the myriad conditions that cannabis is claimed to be ...

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  3. Sign Up For Women's Warrior Wolf Retreat At Wolf Conservation CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | The North Salem Daily Voice

    Sacred Warrior founder Vanessa Chakour will host the Fall Equinox Women's Warrior Wolf Retreat at the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem on Sept.

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  4. The Importance Of Pure Holistic TreatmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 26 | CNN

    Many people still debate if holistic treatment just a mere rumor or truly the solution to have healthy and glowing skin. Natural treatment and skin care is still trusted by a few.

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  5. Chasteberry And Female InfertilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | BellaOnline

    Chasteberry is an herb with a long tradition of helping to balance women's hormones to encourage conception. Chasteberry - also known as Vitex Agnus Castus - may be particularly useful for helping women to conceive when luteal phase defect is a problem and hormone levels - estrogen and progesterone - are low in the luteal phase.

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  6. The wild side by Elizabeth LicataRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 25 | Garden Rant

    Late summer is my favorite time for the plants that grow wild in the parks and the preserves of Western New York, and the more common they are, the better I like them. They don't even have to be native.

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  7. Bankers blame handling costs for differing dollar exchange ratesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | New Vision

    By Samuel Sanya All dollar bills are legal tender but in Uganda, bills below $50 fetch less at the money changers. Bankers now say that dollar bills of $1, $5, $10 and $20 are exchanged for less than the market rates because they accumulate quickly and incur high storage, and handling costs.

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  8. Bankers blame handling costs for differing dollar exchange r......Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | New Vision

    By Samuel Sanya All dollar bills are legal tender but in Uganda, bills below $50 fetch less at the money changers. Bankers now say that dollar bills of $1, $5, $10 and $20 are exchanged for less than the market rates because they accumulate quickly and incur high storage, and handling costs.

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  9. Public universities return to normalcyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | New Vision

    By Innocent Anguyo Public universities have now returned to normalcy following the suspension of industrial action by non-teaching staff. The 4,000 non-academic staff in Makerere, Kyambogo, Gulu, Busitema, Mbarara and Muni universities laid down their tools on August 03 over government's decision to raise the salaries of the 2,713 academics only.

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  10. Experts warn mothers against herbal medicinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 24 | New Vision

    By Violet Nabatanzi Health experts have warned mothers against using herbal medicine commonly known as 'kyogero" for bathing their newborn, saying that some of them are harmful to babies. A recent study done in Kampala showed that majority of mothers were using herbal medicine to bathe their newborn babies.

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  11. Herbal remedyRead the original story

    Sunday Aug 23 | Fiji Times

    Minister for Health and Medical Services Jone Usamate said his trip to Macau, China, focused on a practice that was well accepted in the medical field in China, which is the integration of Western and traditional herbal medicine. "Since China has successfully integrated both medicine practices into its health systems, I had gone to see how they have been able to achieve this and how they have regulated the practices in their health system," he said.

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  12. At home, landscape designer grows vegetables, herbs spring, summer and fallRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | Hampton Roads Daily Press

    There is a birdhouse in every corner of Peggy Krapf's garden, as well as a feeder. She loves the sounds of the birds, and they help control insect pests.

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  13. Scarlet Sage Celebrates 20 Years, Changes HandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 22 | Mission Local

    ... Chinese remedies. But it wasn't just new herbs they brought in. "When we started we were coming out of a medical herbalism focus," Kellman said. "As we grew, we saw what the needs of the community were...[including] spiritual and metaphysical ...

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  14. Youtube Guru Jaclyn Hill Deletes Video Amid "Herbal Supplement" ScandalRead the original story

    Friday Aug 21 | OhNoTheyDidnt

    Popular YouTube Makeup Guru Jaclyn Hill recently came under some internet fire due to a "What's In My Travel Bag?" video she posted on Wednesday. Among things such as an iPad and a bunch of designer stuff, Jaclyn talked about a "natural anxiety medication" produced by a company that seems to specialize in so called natural versions of common drugs like Adderall.

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  15. Celebrate business in the Alberni ValleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 20 | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    After 15 years, they have outgrown their current space and want to include more fashion, more home decor, and fitting rooms. The Treasure Chest hopes to have the renovations done by October 1 without having to close the shop, but if they must unexpectedly close for a day or two, they will post it on their Facebook page.

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  16. Jamaican Maroon leader Frank Lumsden dies at 73Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | Newsday

    Frank Lumsden, a Jamaican who worked as a commodities trader in Chicago before returning to his homeland to focus on reviving the Caribbean island's Maroon culture in a backwoods community, has died. He was 73. For the last decade, Lumsden was the "colonel" of the Windward Maroon community of Charles Town, one of Jamaica's four semi-autonomous Maroon tracts.

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  17. Lead Poisoning and Anemia Associated with Use of Ayurvedic...Read the original story

    Thursday Aug 20 | Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

    On April 30, 2015, the Wisconsin Division of Public Health was notified by a local health department of an elevated blood lead level in a female patient aged 64 years. All Wisconsin laboratories are required to provide BLL testing results performed on any state resident to WDPH, and WDPH and local health departments are statutorily mandated to investigate any single BLL a< 20 A g/dL or BLLs that are persistently a< 15 A g/dL.

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  18. First Look: August 11, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 11 | Harvard Business School

    A new case study examines the business strategy and growth prospects of Bueno Aires firm La Martina, founded as a polo equipment manufacturer but now a world respected clothing brand. Written by Anat Keinan and colleagues, "La Martina: Polo, Luxury, and Beyond" asks students whether the company should expand into other sports.

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  19. Doctors from Afghanistan visit Mercy Medical CenterRead the original story

    Wednesday Aug 19 | KCRG

    Suzanne Bartlett, MD, shows physicians from Afghanistan around Mercy Medical Center in Cedar Rapids on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2015. 11 Afghani physicians visited Mercy on Wednesday, as part of their visit to the U.S. through the State Dept's International Visitor Leadership Program.

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  20. Jamaican Maroon leader Frank Lumsden dies at 73Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 19 | The New Zealand Herald

    " Frank Lumsden, a Jamaican who worked as a commodities trader in Chicago before returning to his homeland to focus on reviving the Caribbean island's Maroon culture in a backwoods community, has died. He was 73. For the last decade, Lumsden was the "colonel" of the Windward Maroon community of Charles Town, one of Jamaica's four semi-autonomous Maroon tracts.

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