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Donald Trump being linked to the coming of the Antichrist.
Nostradamus Predictions 2017: Donald Trump the next JFK by January, Assassination triggers World War 3?

Nostradamus predictions for 2017 have been highly sought the past weeks, especially after Donald Trump won the election. There have been many reports concerning both topics, including the intriguing assassination of the U.S. president-elect, which allegedly Nostradamus prophesied centuries ago.

In Western astrology, Zodiac signs are the twelve 30° sectors of the ecliptic, starting at the vernal equinox.
People born from November 29 to December 17 are like this under new zodiac sign Ophiuchus

We have been fooled all our lives and there are actually 13 zodiac signs that affected the signs we knew since childhood.

A Chinese couple takes pictures of themselves as they sit at a shopping district in Beijing, China.
Ethnic Chinese in US Now Prefer to Marry Within Race

U.S.-born Asian-Americans who married someone of a different race dipped by close to 10 percent between 2008 and 2010.

Diet Coke bottles stacked and kept ready for dispatch
Research finds out Diet Coke DOESN'T cause weight loss

Diet Coke is a sugary drink and for those who want to cut down some weight, it will actually bring opposite results. A new study conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital, it was found that aspartame - an artificial sweetener contained in beverages like Diet Coke - actually throws up some roadblocks in weight loss journey.

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A Chinese woman uses her tablet to shop online.
The Contribution of E-commerce Big Data to China’s Consumer Trends

China's consumer indicators are becoming easier to predict through the use of big data from the country's e-commerce companies. The data include mostly indexes from online purchases, and give a lot of information on how current businesses keep up with their sales and how it will shape the future of China's economy.

Leaves of a mature marijuana plant are seenin a display at The International Cannabis and Hemp Expo April 18, 2010 at the Cow Palace in Daly City, California.
California becomes 5th state to legalize marijuana; 'Pot shops' license issuance beginning Jan. 1, 2018

Home to over 36 million people and a global destination for tourists around the world, California has legalized recreational marijuana use a day after the recently concluded elections in the United States. California voters approved the marijuana legalization with a vote margin of 56% to 44%, making it the fifth state in the U.S. to legalize recreational marijuana use, 20 years after it legalized medical marijuana.

Walmart displays  cyber Monday deals on its website
Cyber Monday starts after Black Friday with bulky discounts on beauty care products

After Black Friday, Cyber Monday is here for more shopping deals for those who are half-done and these are beauty deals getting ready. Ranging from makeup and skincare to hair tools apart from nail polish, all items are available.

A hand of comfort is laid on baby boomer's hand
Alzheimer's can now be prevented with exercise combat - recommended for people over 50

The computer records every respiration of Prairie Village woman at the University of Kansas Alzheimer's Disease Center. Exercise physiologist asks the patient to push harder to feed carbon dioxide levels to the computer. "Can you hang in there like for 15 more seconds?", physiologist says to prepare chart of vitals for exercise combat for people over 50. Alzheimer's is the second-most-feared disease in the United States, behind cancer.

What happens at your MOBILE UNIT breast screening appointment?
Cancer treatment update: Prostate, breast cancer breakthroughs recently discovered by experts

Breast cancer and prostate cancer treatment have been highly researched, for it belongs to the top 5 deadliest cancers. The World Health Organization revealed in their latest research that there is approximately 8.2 million cancer related death worldwide.

China has plans to raise the average life expectancy to 77.3 by 2020 and 79 by 2030, as stated in
'Healthy China 2030' on Its Way of Raising Average Life Expectancy to 79

Having placed health at the center of its entire policy-making machinery, China has committed to raising the average life expectancy to 77.3 by 2020 and 79 by 2030, as stated in "Healthy China 2030" which was released in October.

A Chinese university has started a
A University Library in China Promotes a 'No Phone' Campaign for Its Students

Focusing requires effort and it especially does so when your mobile phone is just an arm's reach away from you. The distraction that can possibly be brought by mobile phones has led the library of Southwest University in China's Chongqing municipality to start a campaign to help students concentrate on studying by setting up a reading room where they deposit their mobile phones upon entering.

The life of farm boy Fan Xiaoqin has changed since he earned his “Mini Jack Ma” nickname last year.
Farm Boy’s Life Changed After Earning 'Mini Jack Ma' Nickname

The life of farm boy Fan Xiaoqin has changed since he earned his “Mini Jack Ma” nickname last year.

Two medicine bottles are placed just above an HIV positive vaccine sign.
HIV/ AIDS Cure, Vaccine Updates: Kenya, Australia finally found the solution for the dreaded disease

HIV/AIDS continues to plague mankind as it remains to spread and take life worldwide. However, the threat of the dreaded disease may soon come to its ends, as Kenya and Australia separately discovered precursory methods in preparation for overcoming the said disease.

Day guest Helga, who has dementia, during a sport lesson in the geriatric day care facility of the German Red Cross (DRK, or Deutsches Rotes Kreuz) at Villa Albrecht on March 18, 2013 in Berlin, Germany.
Dementia rate has fallen in the US, thanks to education, better treatment: Study

A new study has found that the rate of dementia among the Americans is incredibly declining. The researchers think that higher education and better treatment of certain diseases have been a great help.

Following his win as president-elect, Donald Trump has received a lot of opinions and messages, this time, it came from first graders.
Viral: First graders from California write letters to president-elect Donald Trump

Some first graders from California sent letters to president-elect Donald Trump and they are going viral, as one asked Trump to "let people with different color skin be friends."

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