why do sciencist have to announce that everything can kill.....
Most information provided about "this" causing cancer and "that" causing cancer of sorts is usually transcribed in order to give some writers "filler" material when nothing else is available to write about. Other times its used as a way to entrap readers and their since of fear of the unknown in order to increase sales of there magazines, articles, and periodicals.
Sadly in most cases these "fear factor" stories have very little founding and in all honestly anything in excess can kill you. Even too much water believe it or not :-)
Sometimes we cannot stop the inevitable all we can do is do our best to control our eating habits, make better choices, and ensure we have some type of fitness program to keep our systems cleaner.
by Jack Lee 13 months ago
This is after repeated claim he will repeal ACA in re-election campaign...How does he sleep at night?Who is paying him? Why is he still a Senator?
by Jack Lee 10 days ago
Here are 9 reasons according to some experts...To me, I think a correction is inevitable. If not today, some other days...The market goes up and the market goes down...such is economic cycles.The market has been doing well every since Nov. 2016, election of Trump.Lately, it has suffered a huge...
by Highland Terrier 4 years ago
Why did God design life in such a way that to survive you must kill another life form?
by Annabella 2 years ago
Why do people sign up to the army? What could they justify killing people with?Why would anyone want to kill other people? Unless of course they actually believe that there are people out there who deserve to die? How can they be sure that the people they kill deserve to die?
by ngureco 7 years ago
Why Do Boiled Eggs Kill Snakes?
by rebeccalillian 8 years ago
why is jem crying at the end of chapter 7 in the book to kill a mocking bird
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