Sugary drinks blamed over type 2 diabetes cases

Drinking sugary drinks could be causing nearly 8,000 cases of type 2 diabetes a year, according to research.

A study led by the University of Cambridge found sugar-sweetened drinks could give rise to 1.8 million diabetes cases over 10 years in the United States and 79,000 in the UK.

Academics analysed studies carried out in both the US and UK as they had the most data available, and found sugar-sweetened beverages were consumed by 54.4% and 49.4% of people in each country respectively.

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The Consequences Of Living In An Overstimulated Society


Recently, I met some family members I hadn’t seen in awhile for dinner at a busy restaraunt. On the drive to meet them, I was estatic. My heart and mind were open. I couldn’t wait to bond on the deep level I so desperately crave to bond on with the people I love. However, once I arrived at the restaraunt and settled in at our table, everything changed.

It was as if the minute I sat down at the table, a large chunk of myself -the one that thrives on depth- simultaneously stood up and not walked, but ran, out of the place. Suddenly the words I both spoke and thought barely penetrated the surface of the matters we talked about -which, in themselves, were very surface and really irrelevant if not counterproductive to our happiness. It didn’t take me long to figure out why. One glance at the room around me confirmed it -overstimulation.

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Colorado Judge Curry: “It appears we might be having some form of revolution within the ranks…” – US Marshals

Colorado Judge Curry: “It appears we might be having some form of revolution within the ranks…” – US Marshals

Posted on by arnierosner

Reference:  US Marshal Service – Justice, Integrity, Service.

On Aug 7, 2015, at 12:26 PM, Steve Curry <> wrote:

It appears we might be having some form of revolution within the ranks, as we are learning that our US Marshals, or at least 70% of them, have had it with the corruption & fraud at both the Federal & State levels, while 30% of them want to continue taking bribes to look the other way when it comes to arresting corrupt public officials. This is, definitely, the case in Denver, and other districts, as well.

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Germany Just Provided 78 Percent of Its Electricity From Renewable Sources


Germany Just Provided 78 Percent of Its Electricity From Renewable Sources

Recently Denmark blew the world away (excuse the pun) by harnessing 140% of its daily national electricity needs from renewable wind turbine sources and now Germany is following suite.  On the 25th of July, Germany set a new internal record for its own renewable capabilities by acquiring 78% of its daily electricity needs from renewable sources, a step up from its previous record of 74% which was reached back in May of 2014.  The Federal Energy Information Administration states that the U.S. only harnesses about 10% of its electricity needs from renewables.  Germany and its European neighbors are sending out a clear signal to the rest of the world: a world fully powered with sustainable options is POSSIBLE and will be the future!

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Fight the New Drug’s mission is to educate and raise awareness on the harmful effects of pornography using science, facts, and personal accounts. Rather than arguing a religious perspective or taking a political response, we just want to get the information out there and inform people about the many harms of porn. We hope this will decrease the demand for pornography in our society and at least allow people to make an informed decision regarding the issue.

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On 6/5, 65 Things We Know About NSA Surveillance That We Didn’t Know a Year Ago

Nadia Kayyali and Katitza Rodriguez | Commondreams | Jun 5th 2014

nsaIt’s been one year since the Guardian first published the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court order, leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, that demonstrated that the NSA was conducting dragnet surveillance on millions of innocent people. Since then, the onslaught of disturbing revelations, from disclosures, admissions from government officials, Freedom of Information Act requests, and lawsuits, has been nonstop. On the anniversary of that first leak, here are 65 things we know about NSA spying that we did not know a year ago:

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EPA Releases Report on Impacts of CSG Mining – You Should Be Fracking Concerned

EPA Releases Report On Impacts of CSG Mining – You Should Be Fracking Concerned

6th August 2015

By Lee “General” Maddox

Guest Writer for Wake Up World

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has just released their assessment of coal-seam gas mining — or “Fracking” — and its impact on water resources. And it’s not pretty.

Massive controversy still surrounds the unconventional gas mining industry. The procedure for extracting natural gas (methane) from the Earth is called hydraulic fracturing otherwise known as Fracking. This entails drilling deep into the Earth, usually below ground water basins, and pumping a huge cocktail of chemicals mixed with sand to break apart sediment formations underground, thus releasing the gas for capture above. It sounds rather innocuous when you say it like that, but the reality is far from it.

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13 Facts You Should Know About Your Passport Before Packing Your Bags

So many rules – I will be glad for the day when we can travel freely.

1 American Passports Give You More Access

Americans can gain access to a whopping 174 countries with their passport, tying it with the United Kingdom for the strongest passport in the world.

2 You Don’t Need A Passport To Travel Overseas…Sort Of

Just because you don’t have a passport doesn’t mean you can’t travel abroad. U. S. citizens can gain access to Puerto Rico, the Virgin Islands and Guam without the use of their little blue book.

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‘Nothing Is Beyond Our Reach’: Evil Octopus Strangling the World Becomes Latest US Intelligence Seal


Billions of dollars annually are being used to fund operations conducted by the United States intelligence community, the likes of which allow the government to eavesdrop on emails, listen to world leaders’ phone calls and about everything in-between.

One thing that budget hasn’t bought, however, is subtlety. The US National Reconnaissance Office launched a top-secret surveillance satellite into space Thursday evening, and the official emblem for the spy agency’s latest mission is, well, certainly accurate, to say the least.

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Sublunar Operations Update

Sublunar Operations Update

Sublunar operations continue. Most of the plasma generators and plasma strangelet bombs on man-made satellites have been disabled, including those on the thirteen NROL-39 »octopus« satellites:

Something is beyond your reach, indeed!

This has effectively loosened the Matrix control over the surface population to the point that intel about advanced spacecraft propulsion system designs have been released both into the mainstream and the alternative media:

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