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Thomas Amshay

Citizen based in Cuyahoga Falls, OH,, United States. Joined on Mar 12, 2011

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Op-Ed: Would you start exercising and lose weight if you had some energy

This has stunned me for years: A lot of otherwise bright people avoid information about taking care of themselves. For the most part it's because even though they know they should, they don't.

Op-Ed: Natural herb proven to slow and reverse aging hits the marketscence

The key to long life may prove to be the length of our telomeres, which are caps on the ends of our DNA strands. TA-65 a research-validated oral supplement shown to be able to repair and protect telomeres is about to go mainstream.

Op-Ed: Anti-aging foursome part one: Hyaluronic Acid

There is a product that's been around since 1985 that claims you can take a slug at bedtime and lose weight while sleeping. The product is being heavily advertised on the radio and you may be tempted to give it a try. But wait, I made a good discovery.

Brand new anti-aging, fitness, and weight-loss research released

New research from Intermountain Medical Center Heart Institute in the United States (Utah) shows that periodic fasting affects your health, your heart, and your hormones, particularly hGH or human growth hormone.

Op-Ed: Yuck — What the Federal Reserve did with all that money

Like most people I don't have enough time to keep up with everything that goes on in Washington. But now and then something comes along like the just released Federal Reserve documents and I'll devote a day trying to get to the facts.

Op-Ed: The smokescreen that is Libya

Reuters reports that rebel forces fighting for the overthrow of Colonel Muammar Gadaffi's administration claimed a Nato coalition air strike hit a rebel camp outside of Brega and killed at least ten.

Martin Luther King's murderer — newly released photos and details

This coming Monday marks the 43rd anniversary of civil rights activist Martin Luther King's assassination in Memphis Tennessee, April 4,1968.

Survey compares U.S. counties by health — see where yours ranks

You may want to move after seeing this survey of more than 3000 U.S. counties ranked overall on social, physical, and environment parameters that apply to health.

Op-Ed: Project Gunrunner — U.S. government train wreck

If anyone in the Administration can disprove the allegations emerging about this case they better come forward in a hurry.

Op-Ed: ATF as gun smugglers: What and when did Obama and Holder know?

Earth shaking news, facts, and accusations keep surfacing about U.S. government trafficking guns to Mexican drug cartels

Op-Ed: U.S. federal mandates causing financial pain

You don't have to buy corn to be affected by its price, just fill up your tank and take a trip to the grocery store or mall.

Contaminated food 90 miles from nuclear sites

Tokyo - The Nuclear power plant fallout in Japan is creating a food contamination problem, according to reports submitted from field tests.

Jones Day moves Tokyo employees and staff from harm's way

Tokyo and Cleveland, Ohio - USA Jones Day law firm closed its 22-year-old Tokyo office and is relocating 110 attorneys, staff, and their families to Southwest Japan.

Op-Ed: Food may appreciate faster than gold

Imagine if food prices go up 25 to 50 percent in the next year. Sound crazy? Some are predicting it will happen this summer.

NRA to Obama: Pursue criminals not law-abiding citizens

United States Justice Department officials met with gun control advocates on Tuesday, two days after U.S. President Barack Obama's letter appeared in the Arizona Daily Star calling for stronger gun laws.
 

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