Health is Wealth: A Universal Fact

Health is Wealth: A Universal Fact

Nothing can be more devastating than a poor health and harmful disease roaming around you. A healthy and a fit person are capable of living his/her life to the fullest. From mental health to work life and family living a healthy and prosperous life is multifaceted. Finding the perfect balance between busy schedules can be tricky and overwhelming sometimes. The health and fitness are related there is no alternative to
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International: Benjamin Netanyahu Implies Israel Benefits From 9/11 Attacks

[caption id="attachment_28959" align="aligncenter" width="594"] (July 21, 2014 - Source: Lior Mizrahi/Getty Images Europe)[/caption] The United States and Israel are at a tipping point in terms of their relations to one another in the wake of Israel and their battle with the Hamas in Gaza. United States President Barack Obama and Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu pretty much don’t like one another too much dating back to Obama’s first term as
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2014 FIFA World Cup: Silvestre Varela stoppage-time goal rescues Portugal, salvages draw with USMNT

[caption id="attachment_27722" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (June 21, 2014 - Source: Elsa/Getty Images South America)[/caption] MANAUS – Five minutes from new life in the knockout stage, the United States must now find a way to escape death once more, as a late stoppage-time goal from Silvestre Varela, Portugal broke the hearts of American soccer fans everywhere. On a cross pass from Cristiano Ronaldo, Varela was able fire a header past USMNT goalkeeper,
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News & Notes : Browns Head Coach Jim Harbaugh? Wayne Rooney Inks New £85 Deal With United, Canada Dumps USA

[caption id="attachment_22458" align="aligncenter" width="768"] (AFP/Andrej Isakovic)[/caption] Jim Harbaugh, Wayne Rooney and Canada highlight The Inscriber : Digital Magazine’s Friday’s News and Notes.   49ers Head Coach Jim Harbaugh Nearly Traded To Browns : According to multiple media reports, the Cleveland Browns and San Francisco 49ers nearly pulled off a draft-day trade that would have sent head coach Jim Harbaugh to the shores of Lake Erie for draft picks.  Both teams
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Politics : Iran Agrees to Nuclear Deal in Geneva.

[caption id="attachment_18971" align="aligncenter" width="545"] Carolyn Kaster / AP[/caption] GENEVA – In what can be considered a diplomatic breakthrough between long-time adversaries, Iran has agreed to an accord to limit its nuclear activities in exchange for sanctions relief.  After a marathon round of talks, long-time enemy, Iran will begin the first steps of ending it’s nuclear program. In what is considered is a “first-step deal”, per, the landmark agreement agreed was reached in Geneva
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News & Notes : Shooting at LAX, WR Justin Blackmon Suspended, ObamaCare Seen Negatively In New Poll.

Welcome to the News & Notes column of the Inscriber: Digital Magazine, like the ByLine Report, News & Notes will cover timely news events in a timely and straight-forward manner. Check out what’s making news for Friday, November 1st. Shooting at LAX, One Dead, Three TSA Officers Wounded, Paul Anthony Ciancia Identified As Suspect.  -- Paul Anthony Ciancia, has been identified as the lone gunman and suspect after killing one
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Buyer Beware: New Early Upgrade Plans Are Not Worth It

It seems that there is a new smart phone out every day. With technology changing and getting better overnight, the demand for a new upgrade to the newest phone is high. With new phones and plans coming out, the big four of phone carriers in the United States; Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have all rolled out an early upgrade system where consumers can trade in their phones as
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Passport Revoked, Edward Snowden Seeks Asylum in Ecuador

Just days after issuing a warrant for the arrest and extradition of former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, it appears he is now on the run attempting to gain asylum within a nation that has less than great relations with the United States: Ecuador. The U.S. Justice Department in an attempt to seal off all viable escape routes, have revoked Snowden's passport, and are highly angry at regions that have continued
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Tim Brando Doesn’t Believe Jason Collins Is A Hero

In a perfect world the opinion expressed by CBS commentator Tim Brando would be correct as an athlete's sexuality shouldn't matter, period. Yet, unfortunately it isn't the case and is why Jason Collins' admission is not only huge for the NBA for all other professional sports as well. He becomes the first openly gay male in professional sports. He has gotten support from the San Jose Sharks organization, Kobe Bryant, Bob Melvin, former president Bill Clinton, Brendon Ayanbadejo and others. The hope is that in
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Kick Back, Relax, and Legalize Marijuana

Public support for legalizing marijuana has gained traction and for the first time in the history of the United States. In the latest nationwide survey of 1,501 people polled in mid-March about the subject 52 percent of those surveyed favored making weed legal, and 72% said that efforts to enforce anti-marijuana laws bring more cost than benefit. Medical marijuana available through prescription only gets used to treat a variety of disorders including the loss of appetite,