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Children in Indonesia play on lead smelting dump site in the middle of their village. An important new paper from Dr. Bruce Lanphear, a member of the Pure Earth Leadership Council, and a Commissioner on The Lancet Commission on Pollution and Health, reveals that cardiovascular impacts of lead are under-estimated by a factor of 10. While stunning, this revelation did not surprise us here at Pure Earth. Americans are exposed to lead in air, food, water, and from lead hazards in older housing. The study reveals that low-level lead exposure (between 1-5 micrograms of lead per decilitre of blood) increases the risk of premature death, especially from cardiovascular disease. An estimated 200,000 premature deaths from cardiovascular disease may be linked to historical lead exposure in the U.S. Lanphear concludes that lead could be responsible for as much as 18% of all mortalities, or 412,000 deaths. This study is a wake-up call. If the impact on U.S. … [Read more...] about Lead Exposure Linked to 412,000 Deaths in US; On Par With Tobacco
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Sunday, March 25, 2018 by: Mike Adams Tags: Alt-Left, anti-gun, David Hogg, democracy, Founding Fathers, gun control, left cult, mindless mobs, mob rule, Protesters, Second Amendment, student march (Natural News) This article is part of a series of short, philosophical observations about the recent anti-gun hysteria and media PSYOP that exploits children to demand their own enslavement under authoritarianism. See also: Question for anti-gun protesters: When the government death squads come for your loved ones, how will you stop them? The Second Amendment was created to ensure that individuals have the right to protect themselves from irrational mobs What the anti-gun mindless mobs don’t seem to yet recognize is that the Second Amendment was created, in part, to allow citizens to protect themselves from mindless mobs just like you. That’s because America is not a democracy. It’s a Constitutional Republic, and in a Constitutional Republic, the will of the mob … [Read more...] about Someone remind the anti-gun mob: The Founding Fathers created the Second Amendment to protect us from mindless mobs JUST LIKE YOU
This Is Us star Justin Hartley has some advice for men who try to hold in their tears: Just let it out, guys."Men’s Health readers who don’t think it’s okay to cry... I think you’re lying to yourself," the actor on NBC's feel-heavy family drama said with a smile. Hartley was in New York to host Gillette's "One Size Does Not Fit Every Man" event, a showcase for the razor brand's upcoming 2018 trends. While MensHealth.com caught up with the former soap star's own grooming routine — he was rocking a pretty smooth baby-face at the time — we couldn't help but ponder the appropriate manly response to the most emotional series currently on TV. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below "It’s okay to cry. We’re emotional beings," Hartley said. "You don't have to be crying at every single episode — it doesn't mean you're a cold, dead heart if you're not bawling.""Whatever your body is going through, it’s a physiological reaction," he … [Read more...] about ‘This Is Us’ Star Justin Hartley Wants Dudes to Know It’s Okay to Cry