From taking his trophy hunter son Don's request that he nominate trophy hunter Ryan Zinke to head DOI to his bombing of animals, Trump kills and harms animals many ways. * 119 Of Many Ways Donald Trump Harms Animals People Birds Fishes Butterflies Bees The Watershed and Mother Earth * The lawless Wild West prevails in the Trump Pruitt Zinke regime. from the animals Trump has bombed in 6 countries to the fishes strangling in nets Trump Pruitt & Zinke have killed millions of animals. Trump in March of 2017 killed 1000 civilians and millions of animals in bombings in Mosul, Iraq, Afghanistan, and Yemen. In April he added to his violent record with over 50 misxsile strikes in Syria, acting without congressional approval. In addition he dropped what was called 'the mother of all bombs' costing 16 million dollars (while he cut aid to famine torn Africa) on the innocent people, vulnerable animals and fragile environment of Afghanistan. * Trump's record re animals: a partial … [Read more...] about 119 Of Many Ways Donald Trump Harms Animals People Birds Fishes Butterflies Bees Water : Indybay
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A FORMER KGB agent may have been unwittingly poisoned by his daughter after she opened a "gift from friends" as they ate in a restaurant, it was claimed last night. Anti-terror cops are investigating the possibility that Kremlin-linked assassins slipped deadly sarin nerve gas into Sergei Skripal's present as daughter Yulia prepared to fly over from Moscow days earlier. New CCTV of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal buying groceries and scratchcards days before he was 'victim of poison attack' in Salisbury Police officer who was a first responder to Sergei Skripal and his daughter is now ill in hospital after they were targeted with a 'nerve agent' in Salisbury Another theory being probed is that the gas was sprayed into their faces or slipped into their drinks in a Salisbury restaurant. The pair were later found slumped on a bench near a shopping centre by a hero cop who has since been admitted to hospital after coming into contact with the poison. All three are thought to have … [Read more...] about Poisoned spy’s daughter could have unwittingly unleashed nerve agent after opening gift ‘from friends’
A FORMER KGB spy poisoned in a suspected assassination attempt has slipped into a coma with his daughter and the cop who found them, it was claimed last night Ex-Russian agent Sergei Skripal was found slumped on a bench with daughter Yulia in Salisbury city centre on Sunday afternoon. New CCTV of ex-Russian spy Sergei Skripal buying groceries and scratchcards days before he was 'victim of poison attack' in Salisbury All three victims have since slipped into comas in intensive care, Sky sources claimed last night. The Russian pair were "targeted specifically" when they were dosed by a deadly nerve agent, Assistant Commissioner Mark Rowley confirmed this afternoon. Last night security sources told The Sun that the poison could only have been produced in a handful of labs worldwide - including the Russian government's notorious Yasenevo complex. What we know so far: Tory MP and ex-Army officer Bob Seely said: “In my mind now, there is now no doubt this was a hit ordered by … [Read more...] about Russian spy Sergei Skripal, his daughter Yulia and cop who found them after Salisbury nerve agent poisoning ‘are ALL in a coma’
Story highlights There is limited evidence that chicken soup has medicinal properties Hot chicken soup was more effective than hot water in helping the body rid itself of respiratory infection (CNN)We all know the grandmotherly wisdom of serving chicken soup to someone with a cold, but does this particular meal really have medicinal properties? Could slurping up chicken soup save me a trip to the local pharmacy? You won't find studies in humans that prove chicken soup can fight a cold, but there's enough evidence to make it worth trying. One study published in the medical journal Chest suggested that chicken soup might have anti-inflammatory effects, which could possibly ease symptoms of upper respiratory tract infections. Researchers specifically studied the movement of neutrophils -- a type of white blood cell -- when combined with soup. They found that the movement of neutrophils was reduced in the presence of soup, suggesting a possible anti-inflammatory mechanism that … [Read more...] about Does chicken soup really help fight a cold?
Story highlights Coughing is your body's way of expelling an irritant To eliminate the cough, help your body rid itself of the invader (CNN)Is a cough making your life miserable? Don't blame your body; coughing is the only way your lungs can expel an irritant. The key is to figure what's causing it and then to get your lungs the help they need. A cough that appears suddenly is usually triggered by an infectious disease, such as cold or flu. Laid up with 'man flu'? It's real, researcher says "A majority of coughs actually resolve with just rest and home remedies," said Dr. Sharon Horesh Bergquist, an internist at the Emory Clinic in Atlanta. "So that's the place to start unless there are warning signs of something more serious." Red flags include coughing up blood-tinged phlegm, a great deal of phlegm or phlegm that is turning thicker and darker; fever; shortness of breath; and wheezing. Pneumonia: 5 things to know "Those are all signs that the cause more … [Read more...] about What does your cough mean?