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Salem-News.com (Sep-18-2014 20:42)

Mobilize and Organize to Stop and Prevent Planet Fever!

334 organisations have signed the statement against the corporate capture of the UN Climate Summit

(LONDON) - sunset When we, as human beings, get a fever, we immediately get worried and take action. After all, we know that if our body temperature rises to 1.5ºC, let alone 2ºC [3.6 ºF] above the normal average, there can be severe damage, while an increase of 4-6ºC [7.2-10.8 ºF] or more can cause a comatose situation and even death.

So it is, when planet Earth gets a fever. For the past 11,000 years, the average temperature of the Earth has been around 14ºC [57.2ºF].

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Salem-News.com (Sep-16-2014 18:33)

Portland: Health Advisory Issued for Willamette River

Visual observation of scum on river from southern end of Ross Island to Fremont Bridge

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - ross island bridge The Oregon Health Authority is issuing a health advisory today, September 16, based on visual observation of scum on the Willamette River, extending from the southern end of Ross Island downstream to the Fremont Bridge in Multnomah County.

Water monitoring is underway to determine the species and amount of blue-green algae cells present in the river.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-16-2014 11:38)

Over 2 Trillion Becquerels of Radioactive Waste in Pacific in Only 10 Months

This enormous amount of Radioactive Waste flowed from Fukushima Plant into the Pacific Ocean

(MONTREAL) - Fukashima radiation At least 2 trillion becquerels’ worth of radioactive material flowed from the crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant into the Pacific Ocean between August 2013 and May 2014, plant operator Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) has admitted.

The rate of release was 10 times higher than TEPCO’s pre-meltdown threshold for radioactive material.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-10-2014 07:53)

4-Year Old Lincoln City Girl Dies After Being Diagnosed with E. Coli

The girl's friend is still fighting for his life. Health officials are trying to discover the cause of the infection.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Serena Profitt Little Serena Profitt died Monday night at Doernbecher Children's Hospital in Portland from an infection caused by a strain of E. coli. Serena was four years old.

Her five-year-old friend, Brad Sutton, from Washington is undergoing treatment Mary Bridge Children's Hospital in Tacoma, Wash. where he was listed in critical condition early Tuesday evening.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-22-2014 17:17)

American Red Cross Restoring Ukranian Family Links

Continue to attempt contact through normal methods of communication

(SALEM Ore.) - Salem-News.com The American Red Cross is accepting tracing inquiries for missing loved ones in relation to the current conflict in Ukraine.

To initiate an inquiry, contact Red Cross Restoring Family Links Caseworker Carl Schellenger at (541) 221-7350 or carl.schellenger@redcross.org.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-22-2014 15:35)

The Accidental Hypnotist

May the Trance Be With You! A 21st Century Look at Hypnosis

(SALEM, Ore.) - mind reading poster Most people have two sides. One side is like a rainbow. This quality allows us see both sides of an argument. This is what gives us the ability to make fine distinctions, to reason and reflect as well as create poetry and art. It is a peacemaker.

The other side is binary: yin and yang, hot and cold, black and white. It’s powered by emotion: anger, love, hate and fear. It’s irrational. It’s the quality that makes us blindly loyal to our country or to a silly sports team. It’s what drives men to seek justice. This may be thought of as stubbornness or determination. We’re going to use hypnosis to control it for our purposes.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-21-2014 13:29)

International Cannabis Business Conference: Launch or Improve Your Cannabis Business

This unique event provides crucial information regarding cannabis commerce laws and insight into where the industry is headed.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - Intl Cannabis Business conference The International Cannabis Business Conference (ICBC) is coming to Portland! It all takes place Saturday, September 13th and Sunday, September 14th at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon.

The conference features preeminent cannabis industry entrepreneurs such as Steve DeAngelo and Ed Rosenthal and political leaders like Congressman Earl Blumenauer and Sebastopol, California, Mayor Robert Jacobs. The event also features an exclusive industry exhibit hall.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-06-2014 00:23)

Medical Marijuana and the Most Dangerous, Ignorant, Evil, Anti-Marijuana Shills

If there were 12 on this list, it would definitely be a Dirty Dozen.

(PORTLAND, Ore.) - patrick kennedy mpp For medical marijuana users, hiding from police and the anti-marijuana thugs while looking over their shoulders at booze-drinking politicians must be causing them paranoia - one of the adverse effects of too much marijuana.

In this case, the paranoia turns out to be real. And here are the people that make it so.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-01-2014 15:05)

Oregon Health Insurance Rates Going Down

For a similar small employer plan, the average 2015 premium is an estimated $308 per month, compared with $327 in 2014.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Oregon Health Care Costs The Department of Consumer and Business Services' Insurance Division has approved rates for 2015 individual and small employer health insurance plans, and on average, they are lower than 2014 rates.

Although the rate changes vary by insurer, the average monthly premium for an individual standard plan for a 40-year-old in Portland in 2015 is estimated at $250, compared to $262 in 2014.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-28-2014 20:04)

Study: Running May Add 3 Years to Your Life

Current U.S. guidelines for physical activity call for a minimum of 75 minutes per week of running or other vigorous-intensity aerobic activity, or 30 minutes of moderate-intensity exercise most days of the week.

(AMES, Iowa) - People Running Runners may live an average three years longer than people who don't run, according to new research.

But, the best news from this study is that it appears that you can reap this benefit even if you run at slow speeds for mere minutes every day, the 15-year study suggests.

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