- Telaban chief: "Nizam was great, secular ruler"
- Secular Rape: Japanese student gang-raped for 12 days -- Sahid, Sabir and Wasim Khan, posing as tour guides, took the woman to Digha, a beach town in Bengal.
- Yesu and Slavery in S Korea: Slavery has been so pervasive that regional judges have shown leniency toward several perpetrators. A pastor who lived on Sinui for 19 years sympathized with farmers (slave lords) forced to deal with disabled, incompetent workers whom he described as dirty and lazy.
- The Brilliance of Angkor Engineers: worth watching..
- Immune response to red meat could be cancer key: The human body views red meat as a foreign invader, prompting a toxic immune response.
- New diet guidelines might pull back from meat
- Hormonal dysfunction:Researchers Say Puberty Starting Early in Many Girls
So far plastic, antibiotics in animal food sources & soy have come up in our discussion of early puberty in girls: http://t.co/luzI6BHdHj
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