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FDA Takes Action to Stop the Use of Lead Acetate in Hair Dyes

FDA Takes Action to Stop the Use of Lead Acetate in Hair Dyes

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today took action to remove lead acetate in hair coloring products given potential safety concerns about lead exposure from these products. The agency issued a final rule in response to a color additive petition that repeals the regulation that allows for the use of lead acetate as a color additive in […]

Shirley’s Cookie Company Recalls Chocolate Whoopie Pies

Shirley’s Cookie Company Recalls Chocolate Whoopie Pies

Shirley’s Cookie Company Inc. of Claysburg, PA, is recalling its 16-ounce packages of “Chocolate Whoopie Pie” because they may contain undeclared peanuts. People who have allergies to peanuts run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products. The recalled “Chocolate Whoopie Pie” was distributed to Weis Markets Headquarters 1000 South […]

Microchipping Humans in Sweden Foreshadows Revelation [Video]

Microchipping Humans in Sweden Foreshadows Revelation [Video]

With the uptick of people in Sweden implanting technology in their bodies, it causes one to ponder the Biblical ramifications. Christians around the world see the writing on the wall. “And he requires everyone – small and great, rich and poor, free and slave – to be given a mark on his right hand or […]

FDA Approves Gardasil 9 Vaccine for Those 27-45 Years Old

FDA Approves Gardasil 9 Vaccine for Those 27-45 Years Old

The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced their decision to include those ages 27-45 in the population approved to receive the Gardasil 9 vaccine for the prevention of Human Papillomavirus (HPV). The approval is based on the results of a 3.5-year evaluation and long-term follow-up of the study. A total of 13,000 men and […]

Repetition Builds Vocabulary Memory

Repetition Builds Vocabulary Memory

Memory and building a larger vocabulary are dependant on exercising the brain. The United States Department of Education explains there is a correlation between learning new words is easier through repetition. Even though the brain is not technically a muscle, it benefits from regular exercise. Turning a short-term memory into long-term requires repeated exposure to […]