Documentary: Surviving The Cold

Valery Malkov made the headlines when he fell out of a train in Siberia in -40 degrees Celsius wearing practically nothing, then ran 30 minutes to the next station and lived to tell the tale.

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And Why Do We Add Fluoride Into Water?

fluoridebagThe US Government's conflict of interest and its motive to prove fluoride safe in the furious debate over water fluoridation since the 1950s has only now been made clear to the general public, let alone to civilian researchers, health professionals and journalists. The declassified documents resonate with a growing body of scientific evidence and a chorus of questions about the health effects of fluoride in the environment.

Human exposure to fluoride has mushroomed since World War II, due not only to fluoridated water and toothpaste but to environmental pollution by major industries, from aluminum to pesticides, where fluoride is a critical industrial chemical as well as a waste by-product.

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Documentary: End of Suburbia

end of suburbiaSince World War II North Americans have invested much of their newfound wealth in suburbia. It has promised a sense of space, affordability, family life and upward mobility. As the population of suburban sprawl has exploded in the past 50 years, so too has the suburban way of life become embedded in the American consciousness.

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Lessons Learned From Easter Island

Easter IslandThe cold faces of stone stare silently over the barren landscape. Standing at attention, each stoic face resembles the one beside it. On a tiny Polynesian island in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, these sentinels are the only immediately recognizable sign of life. A closer inspection reveals abandoned villages, gigantic stone quarries and hundreds of platforms used for religious rites, built by a once thriving society.

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Truth and Lies About Cancer

cancer-300x199Cancer...the dreaded C word is probably the scariest word in our vocabulary because the very mention of it has struck fear into the hearts of so many people. According to the American Cancer Society, cancer is the second leading cause of death in this country. Why such staggering statistics? Why do some people get cancer and others don't? Why do some heal and others don't?

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