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China has decided to end its decades-long one-child policy, the state-run Xinhua news agency reports.
Couples will now be allowed to have two children, it said, citing a statement from the Communist Party.
The controversial policy was introduced nationally in 1979, to slow the population growth rate.
It is estimated to have prevented about 400 million births. However concerns at China’s ageing population led to pressure for change.
Couples who violated the one-child policy faced a variety of punishments, from fines and the loss of employment to forced abortions.
Over time, the policy has been relaxed in some provinces, as demographers and sociologists raised concerns about rising social costs and falling worker numbers.
The decision to allow families to have two children was designed “to improve the balanced development of population” and to deal with an aging population, according to the statement from the Community Party’s Central Committee carried…
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I feel so much better. Hmm. Now, where did I park my car?
FADING FAST: Watch out for these warning signs of early stage Alzheimer’s. Forgetting where you parked your car is one thing, but if you find your keys in the fridge there might be a problem. New research has revealed which memory issues may indicate the early stages of dementia.
The study, from researchers at the University of California, found that women who reported problems with their memory were 70 per cent more likely to be diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment or dementia decades later. The research, which was published in the journal Neurology, also took into account factors such as education, depression, high blood pressure, diabetes, stroke and heart disease. The Alzheimer’s Society said the study could give ‘better insight’ into determining who will develop the disease in later life.
But what memory loss can we dismiss, and which should we be mindful of? According…
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Excellent point about this.
Humanity’s greatest innovations
start by studying the wild.
Our first understanding of medicine
came from watching the changes in eating habits
of sick or injured birds.
This continues today,
like how fish influence automobile aerodynamics,
or how the idea for Velcro came from burs on a dog
or the way bees taught the beauty industry
how to build an empire using, almost exclusively, bulimia.
There are NO external Demons, they are within you.
Your addictions to drugs, alcohol, sex, money, gambling, power and food,
And the inherent abuse of the external is just the reflection of your relationship with yourself. That is the limited Belief upheld in 3D Consciousness. That the external is the Cause.
YET in Separation 3D Consciousness submerged in the lower frequency domains of FEAR one may believe and then have the Fear based experience and illusion of Demons. Beliefs are YOUR FILTER as is your Frequency and your Fear, etc.
This DOES not exist in 5th Dimensional Consciousness AT ALL.
It is only a belief of 3D through Fear.
The same Level of Frequency of CONSCIOUSNESS does change Consciousness.
That is, 3D Consciousness cannot be applied to 3D Consciousness to change it.
Better to let go of those 3D beliefs, that NO LONGER SERVE your entrance into 5th Dimensional Consciousness…
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A new turmeric study published in Cancer Letters is paving the way for a revolution in the way that we both understand and treat cancer. Titled, ?Targeting cancer stem cells by curcumin and clinical applications,? U.S.
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