Treat Your Partner This Valentine's Day

If you want to impress your lover this Valentine's Day, then it might pay to think outside of the box. Indeed, although roses are thought of as the traditional symbol of love, research has revealed that many view a romantic trip away as the ultimate declaration of love. Of course, more than often it looks…

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Terrorism In Kashmir – Origin And Growth

Broadly speaking, when justice and right are denied to a person over a longer period of time, the person is left with two options: bear the situation patently, or the reaction is anguish, and that reaction, in the process culminates into terrorism. Besides other things, spreading of communal hatred, religious frenzy, separatist tendency etc. Are…

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Could GMO Foods Possibly End Our Lives?

"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food" ~ Hippocrates We'll explore the Pro and Cons of GMO foods which are genetically modified by introducing organizations DNA from other species. There are a multitude of opinions from PhDs, Environmentalists, and farmers now up in arms and the producers like Monsanto and their close…

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The New Medicare Prescription Drug Plan Pitfalls

Coverage for the New Medicare Prescription Drug Plan begins on January 1, 2006. Many seniors are feeling confused and concerned about this plan. Here are some of the pitfalls associated with this plan that Medicare eligible individuals will want to be aware of. 1. To join the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan (Medicare Part D) you…

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Was the Battle for Iwo Jima Necessary?

Clint Eastwood’s recent films about Iwo Jima have served to recall an important page of American military history. Should Iwo Jima now be celebrated as an example of American courage and bravery? Or, was it another shameful chapter in the wanton loss of American lives in a Pacific War battle that had virtually nothing to…

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