Natural Cures Using Organic Chemistry

Natural Cures Using Organic Chemistry

The Internet is flooded with so many exaggerated health claims and empty promises. Because of this, Shane Ellison was inspired to carry on his mission and that is to be able to provide people with self-empowerment products that can deliver measurable results so that people will have a better chance to live healthy and happy. Shane Ellison is an award winning pharmaceutical chemist who authored Over-The-Counter Natural Cures. This book will teach you how to be in charge of your health using 10 lifesaving supplements. With the help of this book, you can get rid of your prescription drugs and turn to natural cures with the help of safer and easy to find supplements which Shane recommends.  A graduate of BS Biology at Fort Lewis College, Shane Ellison also has an MS in organic chemistry from Northern Arizona University.

By reading Over-The-Counter Natural Cures, you will have better understanding about the causes of heart disease, depression, cancer, and lack of energy among others and the book will also show you the natural cures for such conditions. Other things that you can learn from Over-The-Counter Natural Cures include how to harness nutrient logic, bolster your immunity firewall, optimize your hormonal intelligence, how to use inexpensive detox cure from Mother Nature, and many others. The book has been awarded with the Pinnacle Book Achievement Award.

When Shane Ellison was still an undergraduate, he has already been a recipient of the prestigious Howard Hughes Medical Institute Research Grant. He was awarded twice for his studies in biochemistry and physiology under Dr. Sherrie Byrd and Dr. Les Sommerville. When Shane finished his graduate thesis in medicinal chemistry, he was awarded with the Graduate Student of the Year award by the Northern Arizona chemistry faculty. Today, Shane Ellison is known as “The People’s Chemist” and continues with his advocacy about consumer health. He also founded The People’s where you can find health products that you will not ordinarily find in your local grocery store.

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Gigantic Sinkhole Found Under Bed

If you had wished sometimes in the past for the ground to swallow you up, now is the time to hope that your wish will not be granted anytime soon because the thought of literally disappearing down a deep hole could possibly happen.

A 65-year old woman got the shock of her life when she found a huge sinkhole under her bed in her home at Guatemala City. The sinkhole measures at 12m deep and 80cm in diameter.

Inocenta Hernandez, the woman who discovered the sinkhole, couldn’t believe her eyes when she saw the sinkhole.  “When we heard the loud boom we thought a gas canister from a neighboring home had exploded, or there had been a crash on the street,” she said. “We rushed out to look and saw nothing. A gentleman told me that the noise came from my house, and we searched until we found it under my bed.”

Underneath the City of Guatemala are volcanic deposits and the city is really prone to sinkholes. Back in 2007, a 150m deep sinkhole swallowed a number of homes including a truck and left three people dead. Another sinkhole measuring 20m wide and about 30m deep that swallowed a three-story building plus a house was also found within the same area in 2010.

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Atlantis Shuttle Launch is Ready to Blast Off

The Space Shuttle Atlantis is all set for its final launch scheduled early Friday at 11:26 am. The fuel tank is full and all technical aspects have been completely set and NASA is pretty much ready to launch the last of its shuttle programs. However, because of the unstable weather forecast, there is a 70 percent chance that the launch will be delayed due to rain or thunderstorms. According to NASA spokeswoman Karen Bruning, if the weather condition remains, the launch will be late at the most by five minutes.

At around 7 a.m. on Friday, weather officials from NASA and the astronauts privately held a weather briefing to determine if the weather condition would permit the launch. After one hour, there was still no advice of any cancellation. The heavy rain and thunderstorms were the results of a tropical wave in the Gulf of Mexico. The National Weather Service said that the weather condition will last until Sunday. As per guidelines, NASA should not allow any space shuttle launch if there is rain or any lightning activities within the area. In this particular launch, officials are also closely monitoring the visibility because it’s important that they are able to see particularly when they will need to turn around. Thousands are waiting to witness this historic launch on Cape Canaveral so that heavy traffic is expected within the vicinity.

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Residents of Jacksonville to Watch Final Shuttle Launch

John Hale was only six years old back in 1981 when he had first glimpse of the first space shuttle launch. He was at their family’s oceanfront home in Crescent Beach back then. Now at 37 years old, John Hale, of Jacksonville still have memories of those days,  “I remember more about the landing, We clamored around the TV and waited for it to land — it was a big deal to see if the thing survived re-entry and landed”, he said.

According to John, he has then developed a passion for anything about shuttle. He now has treasured collections of shuttle toys and souvenirs. He even grieved for the loss of Columbia and Challenger. As much as possible he would watch and enjoy vantage points from Jacksonville of each and every launch. And now, he would still enjoy watching those launch videos from YouTube.

On Friday, another shuttle launch is scheduled. John Hale, together with other shuttle enthusiasts, will definitely mourn for the final shuttle launch of Atlantis. However, due to unpredictable weather, NASA predicted that there is only 30% chance the mission will push through. A lot of Jacksonville residents, who grew up watching space shuttle launch one after another, are greatly affected about the final shuttle launch. For them, it’s like an era has come to an end as well.

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