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Prevention is the message as we reflect on Glaucoma Awareness Month

SAN DIEGO, January 11, 2022–January is Glaucoma Awareness Month and brings to the fore a message of prevention and hope, which is something we can’t lose sight of. The precious gift of sight, one of the most critical of all the senses, is not able to be fully experienced or enjoyed by those affected with ...

Science, Covid, Fauci, Malone, mNRA

When following the science means that you follow all the science

WASHINGTON, D.C.: Dr. Anthony Fauci is the leading governmental appointed spokesperson on all things Covid.  But he is not the only scientist with a background in infectious disease, virology, and vaccines. Nor is he the only voice we should be listening to Dr. Robert Malone is a medical doctor. But first and foremost, he is ...

A New Years Resolution for Resilience with a lesson from the ant

SAN DIEGO, January 4, 2022–  The new year is traditionally a time for reflection and setting new goals with anticipation, but for many Americans, optimism could be lower and levels of uncertainty higher at this usually inspiring time. Going into a new year with resilience and fortitude is an excellent resolution. There were thoughts by ...

Privacy, Biometrics, technology

Losing our right to privacy: Social Observer Analytics driven by technology

Most of us know when our privacy is violated. Privacy is the condition of being free from observation and outside interference, being free from public scrutiny or private/corporate/government surveillance.  In fact, in English, there is a phrase we use for this situation.  We call it an “invasion of privacy.”  The word invasion works well in the context ...

Christmas on Wall Street, holiday trading hours, Santa Claus, San Diego, California

A LifeCycles Tradition: Santa Claus arrives by helicopter in San Diego

SAN DIEGO, December 21, 2021– Memories and the holidays are synonymous and 2021 will be no different. Santa Claus may still be in a mask, but the love we share at this season will always remain in our hearts all year long. Of course, please follow the safety guidelines for the new variant omicron COVID ...

Making the holidays merry for family members with Alzheimer’s

SAN DIEGO, December 14, 2021– When Mom was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, it was heartbreaking and frightening. At first, I did not know how to get through it; nor did I have a sense of what was to become of her or us as a family. I miss Christmas with Mom in it. However, I ...

global warming, covid, pandemic, polar bears

Is climate change being iced out for the COVID pandemic?

WASHINGTON: There is a back story going around by conspiracy theorists that is truly disturbing as well as plausible. The just of the conspiracy is the Covid-19 pandemic began about the same time the Globalist’s story of climate change got blown up as President Trump called it out as a hoax and withdrew us from ...

Gluten-Free Applesauce Cake a crowd pleaser for all holiday traditions

SAN DIEGO, December 7, 2021– Gluten-Free Applesauce Cake, healthy and wholesome appeals to a wide variety of tastes this holiday season. As Hanukkah ends, and Christmas trees adorn, there is no denying the holidays are here! Whatever the beliefs and/or practices, most would agree that this magnificent time of each year is the crowning glory ...

Abortion, Fetal Health, Abortion

Abortion: An impossible question to answer fairly

.WASHINGTON: Abortion is very personal to many. It is a topic many of us do not discuss in polite company. We know we can become very angry and passionate about our positions ranging from “abortion is murder” to “my body, my choice.”  Without much middle ground. Some feel abortion is part of the communist manifesto ...

Vaccine mandates, Schools, California

California judge delivers ruling to help parents fight state vaccine mandates

WASHINGTON: Parents in California and across America may soon have a reason to celebrate freedom from student vaccine mandates. What a San Diego County State Court just said about California’s Vaccine Mandate for Students is key.  Two different plaintiffs’ groups recently sued the state of California over its COVID-19 student vaccine mandate and lost. But ...

Enjoy a healthy and tasty Rustic Pear Tart this Thanksgiving

SAN DIEGO, November 16, 2021– Thanksgiving preparation need not be stressful with an easy, healthful and delicious Rustic Pear Tart. With so much to do as we make our holiday to-do lists and finding ways to save time and maintain quality is priceless. A simple yet fabulous dessert is just what your Thanksgiving table needs. ...

Nuclear, Fusion, Wind, Solar, MIT

Undecided with Matt Ferrell explains recent nuclear fusion breakthrough

BOSTON: A new short video out by “Curiosity Stream” and their show “Undecided with Matt Ferrell” offer some pretty exciting news for a possible future energy source. In Exploring Why This Nuclear Fusion Breakthrough Matters, Ferrell explains how something old becomes new technology. Matt Ferrell lives in the Boston area and is a UI/UX designer ...

Fall’s Daylight Savings Time may have potential health and safety risks

SAN DIEGO, November 2, 2021– Across the US Daylight Savings Time reaches its end this coming Sunday, November 7th at 2 A.M. Most Americans will set their clocks to a “fall back” position – one hour earlier Daylight Savings Time 2021 Sunday, November 7, will have the unique feeling of being a much longer day ...

Steve Kirsch, Resistance Chicks, Vaccinations

Resistance Chicks with Steve Kirsch: Speaking to the light of the truth

WASHINGTON: The Resistance Chicks are sisters, Leah and Michelle Svensson. They run a suburban pet sitting service in southern Ohio near Cincinnati. They also offer some pretty riveting news commentaries weekly in the form of streaming videos online. Recently they spoke with Steve Kirsch. Their news commentary broadcasts intend to empower people with the truthful ...

Fauci Covid Protocols, Hospitals, Doctors, healthcare, national healthcare policy, GOP, Dems

LifeSite broadcasting network questions the Fauci Covid protocols

ONTARIO, CA: John-Henry Westen and his LifeSite News broadcasting network hosted an online streaming event relative to what is going on in the world of the Covid-19 pandemic. Specifically, the Big Pharma cures of the Fauci protocols. Doctor Elizabeth Lee Vilet served as the hostess to interview guests. This explosive press conference presented shocking recordings ...

FDA, Covid-19, Vaccines

Tell the FDA “No Vaccine Mandate for kids!”

WASHINGTON: In less time than it takes to read this article, you can tell the FDA not to mandate the COVID vaccine for children ages 5 to 12 years old. Through her Twitter account, Dr. Lynn Fynn, a medical doctor specializing in Virology and Infectious Diseases, has alerted followers to an upcoming meeting by the ...

event 201, Fauci, Gates, Plandemic

Was Event 201 a Dress Rehearsal for the Covid-19 “Plandemic?”

WASHINGTON: Many people do not know a “Global Pandemic Exercise” was held on October 18th of 2019. It was hosted by none other than the Bill and Malinda Gates Foundation and was titled “Event 201“. Bill Gates, who, together with his wife, run the richest and most powerful foundation in the world. The event called ...

Avoid fall weight gain with salmon and sweet potatoes

SAN DIEGO, October 19, 2021–Fall weight gain is an unfortunate side effect of the season, but not unavoidable. A delicious feast of Sheet-Pan Salmon with Sweet Potatoes & Broccoli and exercise can help you maintain a healthy lifestyle during the coming months. Avoiding fall weight gain Healthy Women states that people gain weight in the ...