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My numbers rarely change no matter what I eat - I don't understand how this is possible? What say you?
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Meet Thor, The Bengal Cat With Purrfectly Beautiful Fur

Meet Thor, The Bengal Cat With Purrfectly Beautiful Fur | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
Thor The Bengal cat is one of those felines that look right into your soul and beyond. Just look at his emerald green eyes lurking from his beautiful sandy fur
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Artist Turns Shadows Of Everyday Objects Into Fun Illustrations (10+ Pics)

Artist Turns Shadows Of Everyday Objects Into Fun Illustrations (10+ Pics) | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
Vincent Bal makes art with shadows, but as you can see, there's nothing dark about his playful doodles.
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Greenland Shark is world's longest living vertebrate, living up to 400

Greenland Shark is world's longest living vertebrate, living up to 400 | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
Researchers led by the University of Copenhagen discovered the Greenland shark, which hunts in the North Atlantic, has a life expectancy of at least 272 years but can live to up to 392-years-old.
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Incredible Photos Document Secret Lives Of Street Cats | Care2 Causes

Incredible Photos Document Secret Lives Of Street Cats | Care2 Causes | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
Mysterious and misunderstood, one couple are on a mission to show the world that these animals deserve our compassion.
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Kids who grow up with dogs and cats are more emotionally intelligent and compassionate

Kids who grow up with dogs and cats are more emotionally intelligent and compassionate | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it

Having pets teaches more than just responsibility to the children who live under the same roof.

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#ADOPTdontShop - Kids who grow up with dogs and cats are more emotionally intelligent and compassionate...

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US Government Rolls Out Mandatory Adult Vaccinations

US Government Rolls Out Mandatory Adult Vaccinations | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it

-- This month, federal health officials are rolling out an adult immunization plan that contains a new Mandatory Adult Vaccination and Electronic Tracking Program

-- Public health officials will monitor Twitter and Facebook posts for anti-vaccine chatter that may indicate non-compliance with federal vaccine recommendations and state vaccine mandates

-- Public health agencies are urging Americans to fulfill their obligation to support and comply with the anti-choice requirement to relinquish responsibility for personal health and well-being to federally appointed health officials

-- The BioSafety (BS) Alert system will send out text message alerts to any cellphone within a 500 foot radius of one or more suspected unvaccinated individuals.'


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Shouldn't this be expanded to include children and their immunizations?  

 

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Deborah Austin's comment, May 21, 2015 8:32 PM
It was an April Fool's joke it says at the bottom of the page - I don't think it's very funny : (
DebbyBruck's comment, May 21, 2015 9:25 PM
I believe "and Tracking Program" may have been added to the title after the fact and I didn't notice the April Fool's Day Joke disclaimer when I read & posted it, but it may have been at the bottom of the article, as you say. NOW it's on top to make sure people see it. The story is a good wake-up call for anyone who doesn't want to live in a vaccine- mandated society or world. People really should have the freedom to decide what is best for their own health & their children's health.
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Recognizing Our Marine Wildlife on Endangered Species Day

Recognizing Our Marine Wildlife on Endangered Species Day | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it

It's a time to reflect on how each of us -- individually and collectively -- can do our part to help reverse human impact on the environment that has resulted in what has been called the earth's sixth great extinction event.

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10 Must-Read Books For March

10 Must-Read Books For March | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
March means only one thing: the frozen sea inside the heart of publishing is thawing. We will see books -- first a trickle, then a flood. This deluge is so enormous, in fact, that we’ve decided to ...

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30 People Sleeping With Dogs And Its The Most Adorable Thing You Will See Today | The Wondrous Magazine

30 People Sleeping With Dogs And Its The Most Adorable Thing You Will See Today | The Wondrous Magazine | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
My Chihuahua sleeps in my bed. She just curls up next to my stomach or will lie down next to me and place her head on my back. It's like we are each others
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Save the Sharks By Swimming With Them

Save the Sharks By Swimming With Them | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
Ecotourism is helping promote shark conservation around the world—while also boosting local economies.
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17 Reasons These People Deserve Gold Medal For Their Love For Animals

17 Reasons These People Deserve Gold Medal For Their Love For Animals | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
1. This Respect For Police Dog We read time to time heart melting stories of people helping animals. So here we come up with 17 of the best moments when people prove that they have heart of gold for helpless animals.
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If You Need Scientific Proof For Why You Shouldn't Leave Your Dog In The Car, Here It Is

If You Need Scientific Proof For Why You Shouldn't Leave Your Dog In The Car, Here It Is | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
If you love your pet, don't leave him unattended in the car. That's the message from the American Veterinary Medical Association, which reports persistent tragedies resulting from pets left alone in vehicles. In one recent case, a California man left...
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Learning From Dogs as They Sniff Out Their World

Learning From Dogs as They Sniff Out Their World | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
A walk in the park with an author and her pet also gives insight as to why canines avidly sniff things like toes, rears and corpses.
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הכל על הריח , מאמר המדבר על היכולות המופלאות של האף של הכלבים
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90-year-old tortoise rescued from rubbish tip after 2.5 hour hunt through 1,000 bin bags

90-year-old tortoise rescued from rubbish tip after 2.5 hour hunt through 1,000 bin bags | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
A pet owner was forced to rifle through 1,000 bags of rubbish when her 90-year-old tortoise hitched a lift in a bin lorry and ended up at the local tip.
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Rise of the micro-dog: as British homes get smaller so do our pets

Rise of the micro-dog: as British homes get smaller so do our pets | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
Pet dogs are getting smaller because owners are living in more compact homes than ever before, new research suggests.
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Pets at more risk from passive smoking than humans, find scientists

Pets at more risk from passive smoking than humans, find scientists | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it

Pets living in households where someone smokes are at greater risk of health problems, study finds

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How to keep your dog from being stolen

How to keep your dog from being stolen | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
By Juliana Weiss-Roessler
Dognapping may not be at the top of your list of concerns, but unfortunately, it’s a phenomenon that’s on the rise. The American Kennel Club estimates that pet
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The continuing decline of Europe’s Jewish population

The continuing decline of Europe’s Jewish population | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
The Jewish population in Europe has dropped significantly over the last several decades – most dramatically in Eastern Europe and the countries that make up the former Soviet Union.

 

It’s been seven decades since the end of the Holocaust, an event that decimated the Jewish population in Europe. In the years since then, the number of European Jews has continued to decline for a variety of reasons. And now, concerns over renewed anti-Semitism on the continent have prompted Jewish leaders to talk of a new “exodus” from the region.

 

There are still more than a million Jews living in Europe, according to 2010 Pew Research Center estimates. But that number has dropped significantly over the last several decades – most dramatically in Eastern Europe and the countries that make up the former Soviet Union, according to historical research by Sergio DellaPergola of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

 

Tags: Judaism, religion, Europe.


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ThePlanetaryArchives - BlackHorseMedia - San Francisco's curator insight, May 7, 2015 12:18 PM

"Europeans" have been trying to get the Jews out of Europe since the Crusades. The Holocaust was the perfect excuse. The resulting chaos in Palestine is a direct result of Jews being forced out of Europe.

Raymond Dolloff's curator insight, December 15, 2015 1:13 AM

Granted the Holocaust was nearly 80 years ago, much of the Jewish population have grown roots in countries that were not affected by the way Hitler persecuted the Jewish religion. The Eastern part of Europe is seeing the largest decline because that part of Europe saw the worst of the persecution of Jews.

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All the Light We Cannot See Wins 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction

All the Light We Cannot See Wins 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
The 2015 Pulitzer Prize winners were revealed at a ceremony in New York today.

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Books to Watch Out for: December - The New Yorker

Books to Watch Out for: December - The New Yorker | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
Notes from the book closet on new and forthcoming titles that caught our eye.

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The Pollination Honeypot : DNews

The Pollination Honeypot : DNews | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
Flowers often need reproductive help from birds and bees, not to mention bats, moths, lizards and primates.
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Librarian's Quest: Homonyms, Rules, Numbers and One Dog

Librarian's Quest: Homonyms, Rules, Numbers and One Dog | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it

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Top 27 Adorable Picture Of Growing Up Pets |

Top 27 Adorable Picture Of Growing Up Pets | | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
This is a gallery of images that proud pet owners shared with us, images that will surely brighten the day, enjoy!
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A Day in the Life of NYC’s Hospital for Wild Birds

A Day in the Life of NYC’s Hospital for Wild Birds | Daily Monitoring | Scoop.it
In a city famed for its oddities, New York City's Wild Bird Fund is a rather unusual place.
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