13 People Identified As Immune To Genetic Diseases, But Researchers Can’t Find Them

13 People Identified As Immune To Genetic Diseases, But Researchers Can’t Find Them

After trawling through data from more than half a million people, looking for genetic mutations thatwould ordinarily cause the patient to suffer from severe childhood diseases, researchers have discovered something astonishing: 13 of the people have mutations to some of these crippling diseases, but suffer none of the symptoms. This raises the fascinating question of whether some people are somehow immune to certain genetic diseases, and if this could somehow be harnessed as a new treatment. The research, published in Nature Biotechnology, used data from various sources including 23andMe, the…

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People can’t get enough of this new organic, vegetarian fast food.

People can’t get enough of this new organic, vegetarian fast food.

  When you think about fast food, what comes to mind? If you’re like me, you probably start salivating as you imagine greasy burgers, gloriously deep-fried onion rings, and calorie-laden milkshakes. Yum. Basically, this. Image via Thinkstock. A new fast food restaurant in California is aiming to broaden that image by introducing a vegetarian option. Andy and Rachel Berliner, the founders of Amy’s Kitchen, originally launched their line of vegetarian frozen, canned, and prepackaged foods in grocery stores (you’ve probably seen Amy’s organic, vegetarian, and vegan food in your local…

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New York House Seat, Goes Republican

New York House Seat, Goes Republican

  Republican political novice Bob Turner defeated Democrat state Assemblyman, David Weprin yesterday in the special election to replace Anthony Weiner. Weiner resigned his seat after finally admitting to a sexting scandal. Is this a Rebuke on Obama’s policies? I’d say yes, since this is a highly democratic district which spans parts of Queens and Brooklyn, never sending a Republican to the House. Turner stated that he hopes the white house hears the people of his district shouting that we are on the wrong track. Turnier has repeatedly vowed to…

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Affordable Housing Markets-Curse or Cure?

Affordable Housing Markets-Curse or Cure?

Affordable Housing is one the one hand, great if you can get a mortgage and purchase a homes, on the other hand, as the the weak housing market continues to limp along as the job market and economy continues to struggle. Affordable Housing Markets-Curse or Cure? The ultimate question is, do you feel comfortable in purchasing in this struggling economy? Do you feel that your job is secure and that you will be able to make those mortgage payments? Affordable Housing Markets and Foreclosures As foreclosures continue to reduce values,…

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Celiac Disease is on the Rise..Why and What You Need to Know

Celiac Disease is on the Rise..Why and What You Need to Know

Celiac Disease has risen to epic proportions since the 1950’s. It has doubled every 15 years since 1974, according to reports, and now affects 1 in every 100 Americans. What exactly is Celiac Disease? It is a discorder triggered by gluten. Gluten is a proten commonly found in barley, wheat, rye possibly oats, and some everyday products such as lipstick, vitamins and lip balm. When these products are consumed, a damaging reaction occurs, creating the inability to absorb certain nutrients. This then can lead to vitamin deficiencies and malnutrition even…

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Hemorroids Tips on How to Cure

Hemorroids Tips on How to Cure

Hemorroids Tips on How to Cure How do you know if you have hemorroids? Do you have blood in your stool, on the toilet paper, itching in this area? Any pain during a bowl movement? If you answered yes, then chances are you have hemorrhoids. This can lead to considerable discomfort, can distract you from your work and just generally is annoying. Did you know that 40% of most adults during their life will have the distinct possibility of having hemorrhoids or piles. Hemorrhoids or piles is quite common, very…

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No Nonsense Muscle Building Program – Vince Del Monte Fitness Review

No Nonsense Muscle Building Program – Vince Del Monte Fitness Review

No Nonsense Muscle Building Program – Vince Del Monte Fitness Review Build muscle and gain weight the right way – Without drugs, supplements or 2 hour bodybuilding programs. The honest answers to building muscle, getting ripped, gaining weight especially for hardgainers. Learn how Vince was A Skinny, unmuscled runner managed to Gain 41 Pounds Of muscle, then worked his way to becoming A Canadian fitness model champion Using Some Very unusual muscle building tricks. Vinces’ no nonsense natural approach to building muscle, gaining weight the healthy way, and just getting…

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Uniforms For Obese Three-Year-Olds

Uniforms For Obese Three-Year-Olds

The high street store, M&S, which sells more schoolwear than any other British retailer, follows other shops including Next and Bhs in recognizing the market for plus sizes. A quietly-launched trial of its new Plus range caters for four-year-olds with waistlines of up to 23in – a size usually worn by eight-year-olds, according to the retailer’s own guide. Meanwhile, girls’ age 16 items from the Plus Fit selection have a 40in chest, a 34in waist and 43.52in hips – measurements equivalent to a women’s size 18. For overweight boys, the…

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Facebook PayDay System

Facebook PayDay System

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Local Teen’s Efforts Benefit Locks of Love

Local Teen’s Efforts Benefit Locks of Love

What started out as a small-scale one-person bat mitzvah project has turned into a community-wide Cut for a Cause event to benefit Locks of Love. Hannah Widawer, 12, has wanted to donate her hair to charity for the past few years as part of a project she’s working on in preparation for her bat mitzvah next October. Part of her bat mitzvah training includes donating her time to a charity as a way to understand the Jewish value of Tikkun Olam, or to “Repair the World.” But rather than simply…

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