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    globalwatcher

    Here he comes!!

    You deserve what you get as he received a majority vote. Don't you respect a rule of democracy?

    Too bad.

    Posted in: Abe vows to rewrite constitution, instill patriotism in schools

  • 0

    globalwatcher

    http://www.livestrong.com/article/444471-top-ten-health-benefits-of-chia-seeds/

    I recommend Chia Seeds to everyone if you want to feel full all the time. Chia Sheeds are high in Omega 3 and they are very good for you.

    Posted in: Scientists create 'feel fuller' food ingredient

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    globalwatcher

    Abe has been pretty blunt saying he will change the Constitution Article 9th, yet a 2/3 of Japanese voters votes for him. Am I getting a message that a majority of voters is okay with that? Please let me know. Thanks.

    Posted in: Abe pivots away from painful reforms

  • 1

    globalwatcher

    sitting around sipping on sports drink, which is just fructose and water. Without the "sports", it builds up fat cells but provides nothing to build up the extra immune system

    Very true. I have been paying attention to Sugar contents on products. You would be very surprised to learn most fresh vegetable fruit juice have 32g of sugar. Surprise? Keep it mind 4g sugar is equal to 1 tea spoon sugar. That's a lot of sugar!!

    Posted in: Obesity clips up to 8 years off your life, says study

  • -1

    globalwatcher

    Cancer loves Obesity and Sugar. If you are serious to lose weight, here is a weblink you may find very helpful. I have been using this for the past 2 months and have lost some. Good Luck!! We can do it.

    go to WebMD Food & Fitness Planner

    Posted in: Obesity clips up to 8 years off your life, says study

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    globalwatcher

    Some women may prefer to have their baby at home or in a midwife-led unit because they are generally safer

    It is up to women. But there are many things can go wrong, and there is no life supporting equipment?

    Posted in: Giving birth better at home than at hospital

  • 0

    globalwatcher

    LaWrenDec. 07, 2014 - 08:38AM JST

    Easier and cheaper to subject girls to an unpleasant array of nasty side effects, and some girls from long term harm from the jab.

    http://articles.mercola.com/sites/articles/archive/2013/07/16/hpv-vaccine-effectiveness.aspx

    LaWren, I recommend a weblink of American Cancer Society to understand the risk associated with this cancer.. If there is an option to prevent, do not burn the bridge to prevention, the cancer is impossible to undo it once it is advanced . My friend fought it for years, and cancer eventually won.

    Posted in: WHO makes cervical cancer protection easier, cheaper

  • 0

    globalwatcher

    HPV vaccine should be available to men too.

    The vaccine prevents infection with the human papillomavirus that is a cause of papillary thyroid cancer, throat cancer, lymph cancer and many others.

    Posted in: WHO makes cervical cancer protection easier, cheaper

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    globalwatcher

    Amount Per 1 serving medium (117 g) Calories 365

    Total Fat 17 g 26%

    Saturated fat 2.7 g 13%

    Polyunsaturated fat 6 g

    Monounsaturated fat 7 g

    No thanks. We are dropping french fries and soft drinks to avoid obesity. Eating right food is a first step of life style change.

    Posted in: Airlift to ease Japan french fry shortage

  • 4

    globalwatcher

    Gov't issues nationwide influenza epidemic alert

    If the government is really serious about it, then the government has to offer a free flu immunization to everyone who wants to protect themselves. Giving an alert is not good enough. For a long run, this will save money in National Health Care of Japan expenditure. This is a win/win solution.

    Posted in: Gov't issues nationwide influenza epidemic alert

  • -1

    globalwatcher

    Same O, same O.

    Japan is not moving forward and nothing will change while all other things in the world are changing in rapid pace.

    Posted in: Polls predict easy victory for Abe in Dec 14 election

  • -1

    globalwatcher

    According to medical journals, spending at least 30 minutes under sun will boost the Vitamin D. FYI.

    Posted in: Benefits of regular vitamin D tests remain unproven: study

  • 0

    globalwatcher

    In a test, the research team used the chip and detected seven kinds of organic compounds derived from lung cancer.

    This is great news!! We can detect lung cancer annually without LDCT scans that are harmful and very costly.

    Lung cancer is the number one cause of cancer deaths in men and women today. More people die from lung cancer than from all the other cancers combined

    Early detection is key to survivorship Hope this tool becomes available to everyone,.

    Posted in: New chip detects cancer by analyzing breath

  • 2

    globalwatcher

    If you are investing in Japan, you have just lost some money today.

    Posted in: Moody's downgrades Japan's credit rating

  • -5

    globalwatcher

    NovenachamaNov. 26, 2014 - 01:59PM JST

    Right on. You are so correct on this.

    I am not eating any "White" stuff including potato, bread, pasta, and rice. I only eat Ezekiel bread. Ezekiel bread is flourless bread and needs to be kept frozen. I gave up baked potato. Instead, I eat sweet potato that is high in fiber. I get most of my carb from fruits and veggies. I am eating 60g of protein a day. Eating right is a serious business. Also, too much carb produces an oxidative stress in our body that leads to many serious diseases. .

    Posted in: Carbs more harmful than saturated fats: study

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    globalwatcher

    BOJ Gov Kuroda urges firms to raise wages, spending

    http://www.whitehouse.gov/raise-the-wage

    In Economic Theory, the wage increase is seen as giving you a bigger pizza slice. It is based on Demand Economic Principals. More money in the Individual Sector will stimulate the Private Sector. .

    Posted in: BOJ Gov Kuroda urges firms to raise wages, spending

  • 2

    globalwatcher

    Yes, I think we are beginning to realize this.

    25 years ago, US MDs were all focusing on fat, now the same MDs are focusing on sugar in A1c..

    High A1c will damage brain, heart, kidney, eyes and nerves.

    Posted in: Carbs more harmful than saturated fats: study

  • 7

    globalwatcher

    I hate to say this, but I am not surprised.

    Japanese business ethics and quality are going down. Direct impact in global market is unpredictable.

    Entire "Japan Business Corporation" needs to be humble and goes back to square one to re-learn ethics and social responsibility former CEO Matsushita used to advocate to his students.

    Posted in: Honda admits failing to report 1,729 deaths, injuries to U.S. regulators

  • 0

    globalwatcher

    Japan will not find any wrong doing in Takata because Japanese government is INTERDEPENDENT with Japanese business. Let us find Takata's wrong doing here in USA.

    Posted in: Japan's transport ministry orders Takata to investigate air bag issue

  • 0

    globalwatcher

    To put it simply good research has established hundreds of side affects caused by this controversial drug

    Too early to conclude. There have been many articles in Journal of Medicine, the Statin may prevent cancer.

    Posted in: Early statin use may give long-term heart benefits

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