Nettle concentrates vitamins and minerals from the soil in its body, resulting in easily absorbable nutrition, boasting superior levels of phytonutrients and life-sustaining vitamins and minerals. A cup of Nettle tea can offer 500 mg of calcium—double what’s in a cup of cow’s milk. Fortifying blood, building bones, increasing energy levels, improving circulation, and decreasing inflammation and oxidative stress in the body are a few of the health benefits.
If a company doesn't want to bear the risk of manufacturing and selling an FDA-approved treatment that the government has determined is mostly safe and mostly effective, then the government should simply assume that risk--and the patent.
Imagine a world where capitalist organisations can produce stuff that gets injected in your body and they won’t be liable if something goes wrong... oh wait... we’re there already and it isn’t going particularly well. This article clearly didn’t age well
My earlier experiences of falling in love had felt like being stuffed in a barrel and thrown off a waterfall, a blind tumble both euphoric and terrifying. Falling in love with Henry felt like being carried along a smooth river to the sea.
If you want to see climate change reversed…skip the ranty Instagram post and just stop using Amazon, plant a garden, build soil health, and start showing the love to your local food coop and farmers market. And when friends notice the change, share why generously
My wife and I are preparing to leave the country if things don’t change in the next 12 months. We don’t feel safe to raise our kids in a police state where the military is deployed to enforce Orwellian rules and police use pepper spray against teenagers
I love meat, and I’m eager to switch to the tissue-cultured variety. After tissue-culture meat becomes cheaper than animal-farmed meat, there will be holdouts who insist that they won’t eat “fake” meat, just as there are now people who refuse Covid vaccines and insist on blasting diesel smoke into the air
Wow... there is a lot in this section that I’m super uncomfortable with
This is the perfect example of a doctor who (alongside with many many other health professionals) discredit the entire health industry. Anyone who does some research knows that the vaccinated can still contract as well as transmit the virus (hence the mask mandate even on vaccinated people) and yet he makes statements like these:
This time around, the unanticipated crisis driving the surge of cases was avoidable if enough people had taken the necessary precautions and got their Covid vaccines.
The surge of cases was unavoidable (send my regards to delta) but what is avoidable with the vaccine is hospitalisations. I can’t believe that a doctor with the his credentials doesn’t understand the difference. No wonder so many people stay hesitant.
I agree with pretty much everything in here. The VVR should help with priorities: if bad content isn't detected immediately but barely anyone sees it then clearly it's not a priority to address it. And the opposite is valid for bad content that gets a lot of views.
nearly half of executives said they planned to implement an emerging technology: wearables that monitor appropriate social distance. Wearables could also be used for location tracking and contact tracing. They’re also planning on technologies such as voice automation or automatic doors that can reduce the need to touch surfaces. Plus, almost half planned on using software or hardware to monitor employee productivity—a controversial option due to privacy concerns.
if you want to see Microsoft have a heart attack, talk about the idea of defining legal liability for bad code in a commercial product. If you want to give Facebook nightmares, talk about the idea of making it legally liable for any and all leaks of our personal records that a jury can be persuaded were unnecessarily collected. Imagine how quickly Mark Zuckerberg would start smashing the delete key.
A person whose expectations relative to income are calibrated so they don’t even have to think about money has a higher form of wealth than someone with more money who’s constantly thinking about making the numbers work.