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  • New campaign launched to fight urban diabetes in Mexico City

    04/06/2014 5:34:03 PM PDT · by ObamahatesPACoal · 6 replies
    Cities Today ^ | Jonathan Andrews
    ‘Cities Changing Diabetes’, a new partnership programme to fight the urban diabetes challenge has been launched with Mexico City the first major city to sign-up to the programme. “The global diabetes epidemic is an emergency in slow motion,” says Lars Rebien Sørensen, CEO, Novo Nordisk, the Danish based healthcare company that is leading the initiative.
  • Examiner Editorial: To protect ethanol, Obama seeks to inflate meat prices

    08/16/2012 9:30:10 AM PDT · by Chattering Class of 58 · 9 replies
    The Washington Examiner ^ | August 14, 2012 | 8:00 pm
    To recap, government is driving up the cost of food, animal feed and gasoline, and Obama's solution is to drive up meat prices as well. Obama could eliminate the entire problem overnight and reduce carbon emissions were he to waive the ethanol mandate in a time of drought. Instead, he is creating a new spending program to mollify livestock producers, who, were it not for the ethanol mandate, would be able to make an honest living without his help.
  • (vanity) RSS feeds; where can i adjust my subscriptions to show more than 24 items?

    07/08/2012 2:30:13 PM PDT · by Dominic01 · 1 replies
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    since free republic updates new headlines every so often, i'm trying to find where my live rss feeds can list more than 24 items per subscription, is there a way to extend the max amount of just 24 items only? i am using the latest version of Firefox and it doesn't give me the option to lengthen the max amount of items per subscription. i was told it might also be a restriction as well, but if any of you tech savvy peeps could let me know, since i use the feed sidebar and read down the list of every...
  • 10PM EST – Watch Right Online 2012 Live Feed

    06/15/2012 7:13:19 PM PDT · by sheikdetailfeather · 15 replies
    Tonight the Right Online Welcome Event begins at 10PM EST (7PM PT) and will feature speakers such as Tracy Henke, Michelle Malkin, David Bossie, Stephen K. Bannon, and of course Governor Sarah Palin who is the keynote speaker. The chatroom is open and you can watch below:
  • Proposed Suffolk budget gives city manager 21% raise

    04/07/2012 8:11:12 AM PDT · by csvset · 4 replies
    The Virginian-Pilot ^ | April 7, 2012 | Jeff Sheler
    SUFFOLK City Manager Selena Cuffee-Glenn would get a 21 percent raise next January, bringing her salary to $183,492, under the budget she sent to City Council this week. Most department heads also would get hefty raises in a proposed overhaul of the city’s compensation system that is aimed at making salaries competitive with other localities in the region. Teachers, meanwhile, would stand to lose a proposed 2 percent raise if the city goes ahead with plans to cut $4 million from the schools’ budget request. The school division also sent layoff notices to 89 school employees this week in response...
  • Live Feed: Solyndra Hearing (fox)

    09/14/2011 9:40:08 AM PDT · by Nachum · 12 replies
    Fox News ^ | 9/14/11 | staff
    The fun begins again. Hearing at link. Just started...
  • Live Feed from the Committee Oversight and Government Reform (Gunwalker hearings)

    07/26/2011 11:25:14 AM PDT · by Nachum · 6 replies
    Committee on Oversight and Government Reform ^ | 7/26/11 | US Congress Comittee
    Live feed.
  • Nurses who think it's not their job to care: NHS forced to remindstaff to feed patients

    07/25/2010 8:02:46 PM PDT · by Nachum · 29 replies
    daily mail ^ | 7/25/10 | Daniel Martin
    Nurses are having to be reminded that it is part of their job to feed frail patients and check if they have bedsores. Millions of patients suffer pressure ulcers, hip fractures following falls or malnutrition during their stay in hospital, a report by Health Service bosses said. But it added that most of these cases could be avoided. (Snip) It shows that 70 per cent of patients with malnutrition are never identified by nurses, 10 per cent suffer bedsores and there are more than 200,000 falls a year on NHS property.
  • Boy is snatched by social workers after mother refused doctor's advice to feed him junk food

    12/03/2009 3:33:25 PM PST · by freedommom · 62 replies · 1,660+ views
    mailonline ^ | 03rd December 2009 | Chris Brooke
    Like many toddlers, Zak Hessey was a fussy eater who refused his mother's healthy home cooking. Concerned about his falling weight, his parents sought the advice of doctors. That simple act triggered a shocking chain of events that led to the youngster being put into foster care for four months. Paul and Lisa Hessey believe in the long-term benefits of healthy eating and rejected advice to feed their two-year-old son high-calorie snack food To their horror, social workers put Zak into foster care 'to assess his needs' and allegedly threatened the couple with the loss of their parental rights if...
  • U.S. urges Americans to help feed their neighbors (AND pay for their Deathcare™?)

    11/25/2009 6:24:36 AM PST · by Libloather · 21 replies · 931+ views
    Reuters ^ | 11/24/09 | Jasmin Melvin
    U.S. urges Americans to help feed their neighborsTue Nov 24, 2009 6:15pm EST By Jasmin Melvin WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government on Tuesday urged Americans to volunteer to help feed their neighbors, noting that almost 15 percent of the country's households had a hard time getting enough to eat last year. Every American can chip in to fight hunger, the Agriculture Department said as it unveiled the Obama Administration's new Feed a Neighbor initiative, encouraging activities such as volunteering time at local food banks, helping the elderly get fresh produce, and planning ways to feed children who depend on...
  • World's Fish Catches Being Wasted As Animal Feed

    10/30/2008 6:25:29 AM PDT · by cogitator · 36 replies · 443+ views
    Terra Daily ^ | October 30, 2008 | Staff Writers
    An alarming new study to be published in November in the Annual Review of Environment and Resources finds that one-third of the world's marine fish catches are ground up and fed to farm-raised fish, pigs, and poultry, squandering a precious food resource for humans and disregarding the serious overfishing crisis in our oceans. Lead author Dr. Jacqueline Alder, senior author Dr. Daniel Pauly, and colleagues urge that other foods be used to feed farmed animals so that these "forage fish" can be brought to market for larger-scale human consumption. "Forage fish" include anchovies, sardines, menhaden, and other small- to medium-sized...
  • State Department, Coalition Troops Help Owner of Iraqi Feed Mill

    05/20/2008 4:25:57 PM PDT · by SandRat · 2 replies · 70+ views
    American Forces Press Service ^ | Sgt. Jason Stadel, USA
    FORWARD OPERATING BASE KALSU, Iraq, May 20, 2008 – A Sayafiyah, Iraq, feed mill owner received a U.S. State Department micro-grant May 16 to get his business going. Thamer Hussain Kashkool, a Sayafiyah, Iraq, feed mill owner, shows Mike Stevens, right, Baghdad 7 Embedded Provincial Reconstruction Team agriculture advisor, and Basil Razzak, embedded PRT economic bilingual bicultural advisor, the layout of his feed mill. U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Jason Stadel, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division   (Click photo for screen-resolution image);high-resolution image available. The mill was inoperable due to insurgent activities in the area. “We always had...
  • Study under way into beneficiation of biodiesel by-products

    11/14/2006 11:57:48 AM PST · by Red Badger · 11 replies · 330+ views
    Mining Weekly ^ | 11/14/2006 | Staff
    The Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) is conducting a three-year research project into the beneficiation of biodiesel by-products, which could have economic spin-offs for rural agricultural communities. CSIR Biosciences executive director Dr Gat-sha Mazithulela tells Engineering News that the project involves investigating how biodiesel by-products can be used in animal feed and other value-added products. The Department of Science and Technology (DST) is funding the project, after a DST- driven committee on biodiesel identified the need to ensure that the contribution of by-products to the economic viability of biodiesel is maintained and improved. The committee then tasked the...
  • Soldier Helps Feed Troops in Iraq (Now who was it that was asking for a story on Cooks????)

    06/06/2006 5:32:00 PM PDT · by SandRat · 4 replies · 273+ views
    Defend America News ^ | Spc. Lee Elder
    U.S. Army Spc. Norchell Samuel (left) reviews an order with a member of Normandy Dining Facility in Muqdadiyah, Iraq, May 25, 2006. U.S. Army photo by Spc. Lee Elder U.S. Army Spc. Norchell Samuel Soldier Helps Feed Troops in Iraq By Spc. Lee Elder 133rd Mobile Public Affairs Detachment MUQDADIYAH, Iraq, June 6, 2006 — She’s a small lady with big dreams. U.S. Army Spc. Norchell Samuel, a cook with D Company, 426 Forward Support Company, 3rd Battalion 327th Infantry, 101st Airborne Division, Task Force Band of Brothers, is one of the busiest people at Forward Operating Base Normandy...
  • 'Desert Fish Will Help To Feed The World'

    06/05/2006 5:05:37 PM PDT · by blam · 29 replies · 925+ views
    The Telegraph (UK) ^ | 6-5-2006 | Max Benitz
    'Desert fish will help to feed the world' By Max Benitz (Filed: 05/06/2006) Deserts will produce much of the farmed fish and the clean power of the future, a United Nations report says. Aquaculture already thrives in deserts such as the Negev in Israel and Arizona, according to the report published to mark World Environment Day. It says saline water in desert wells and sunlight can be used to mimic tropical seas, making them ideal for farming fish and shrimp. Another benefit is that fish farming uses less water than the production of a vegetable crop. Many fish and algae...
  • Meth-feeding mom sentenced to probation

    05/12/2005 10:21:54 AM PDT · by holymoly · 7 replies · 641+ views
    News-Review ^ | May 12, 2005 | AP
    BEND, Ore. (AP) — A mother was sentenced to five years probation because her baby ingested methamphetamine from breast milk. Kristy Meialoha Davis, 30, of Redmond is one of three women who have been charged in Deschutes County with this type of offense in recent months. Two have been sentenced to probation and a third is awaiting trial. Prosecutor Victoria Roe said at Wednesday’s sentencing that the baby’s father — who faces drug charges of his own — reported Davis to authorities in November. The baby tested positive for cocaine and methamphetamine. Roe told Judge A. Michael Adler that the...
  • Election or Art? Harry Shearer turns satellite feeds into found objects.

    10/15/2004 6:43:28 PM PDT · by orangelobster · 6 replies · 469+ views
    Slate ^ | Timothy Noah
    Anchorpersons in purgatory In the 20-odd years since I first met Chris Matthews, I have never seen him, on television or off, with his mouth shut. Until now. I am standing in the Conner Contemporary Art gallery in Washington, D.C., taking in the art installation, "Face Time." The work consists of 17 flat-panel video screens playing raw satellite feeds of various important people waiting patiently for their turn to appear on a TV news broadcast. Matthews is one of them. And even though there is no sound, I can tell he isn't talking. He's just staring into space. Silenced talking...
  • Cattle Group Addresses Worries About Protein That BSE Cow At

    10/13/2004 7:18:05 AM PDT · by Calpernia · 17 replies · 481+ views
    USAgNet ^ | 10/12/2004 | USAgNet
    Ranchers-Cattlemen Action Legal Fund of the United Stockgrowers of America, Billings, Montana, reported that it has fielded numerous calls from members and media inquiring about recent news reports that indicate byproduct proteins of the bovine spongiform encephalopathy-positive cow discovered in Canada in May 2003 were rendered into livestock feed and may have been mistakenly fed to cattle. R-CALF stated in a release that USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service has known of this problem for more than one year. R-CALF cited an APHIS report dated October 3, 2003, as the source of this information. In formal comments to APHIS...
  • Enthusiasts Call Web Feed Next Big Thing

    03/03/2004 6:05:57 AM PST · by FlyLow · 12 replies · 228+ views
    Associated Press/Earthlink ^ | 3-3-04 | Frank Bajak
    NEW YORK - E-mail is crippled, concussed by an irrepressible spam stream. Web surfing can be equally confounding, a wobbly wade through bursts of pop-ups and loudmouthed video ads. And that may explain the excitement these days over a somewhat crude but nifty software tool that automatically delivers updated information to your computer directly from your favorite Web sites. Enthusiasts see these Web feeds as sketching the outline of the next Net revolution. The technology behind them is called RSS and I rely on it daily to consult The New York Times, the BBC, CNET News, Slashdot and a few...
  • Michael Jackson to feed the 500

    08/28/2003 7:58:55 AM PDT · by bedolido · 7 replies · 173+ views
    TheScotsman ^ | 08/28/03 | Staff Writer
    SINGER Michael Jackson is to open his famous Neverland Ranch in California to 500 paying guests. The invitation-only event, scheduled for 13 September, will feature dinner, magicians, games and a lorry full of stuffed animals, according to Jackson’s publicist, Stuart Backerman. Tickets for two people cost £3,000, with £630 from each sale being divided among three charities. The rest, Mr Backerman said, would pay for the costs of the party. Jackson’s Neverland Ranch, in Santa Barbara County, includes an amusement park with bumper cars, a merry-go-round and a Ferris wheel. Guests also will receive a "goodie bag" worth about £600...
  • Mary Had a Little Lamb -- and It Ate Nitrogen [Company makes food for sheep from spent munitions]

    07/11/2003 1:12:56 PM PDT · by yonif · 7 replies · 205+ views
    Yahoo! News ^ | Fri Jul 11, 9:45 AM ET | Reuters
    SANTA FE, N.M. (Reuters) - Mary had a little lamb; It's fleece was white as snow; And every time the lamb got fed; It gobbled up its nitro. Shaboom the sheep's favorite meal consists of animal feed made from nitrogen-based chemicals and other dismantled gun propellants -- one of the more creative uses Albuquerque company TPL Inc. is finding for unwanted military munitions. Shaboom, named after the comic book phrase for an explosion, was the "guinea-sheep" for TPL's experiment with feed made from spent munitions, and found it delicious. "I referred to Shaboom as the world's second most famous sheep...