Warning: This Plant In The Home Can Kill A Child In Less Than A Minute And An Adult In 15 Minutes!

Dieffenbachia seguine,also known as Dumb Cane, is a species of Dieffenbachia native to the tropical Americas —from Southern Mexico, through Central America, to northern South America and Brazil. Continue reading Warning: This Plant In The Home Can Kill A Child In Less Than A Minute And An Adult In 15 Minutes!

This Is Why You Should Never Eat Tilapia Again!

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Tilapia , one of the cheapest and most popular fish in the United States, may actually lead to many serious health problems.

Their feed is not natural — in the wild, tilapia would eat algae and lake plants, but the farms fatten up the fish on GMO corn and soy pellets. The amount of healthful fish oils in these creatures is almost non-existent, negating the main reason why fish is so good for us. Almost all tilapia sold in the U.S. is hormone drug treated. Continue reading This Is Why You Should Never Eat Tilapia Again!

Archaeologists Dig Up An 800-Year-Old Native American Pot. What They Found Inside Is Changing History

In 2008, on a dig in the First Nation’s Menominee Reservation in Wisconsin, archaeologists made a small but stunning discovery: a tiny clay pot. Continue reading Archaeologists Dig Up An 800-Year-Old Native American Pot. What They Found Inside Is Changing History

Before European Christians Forced Gender Roles, Native Americans Acknowledged 5 Genders

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It wasn’t until Europeans took over North America that natives adopted the ideas of gender roles. For Native Americans, there was no set of rules that men and women had to abide by in order to be considered a “normal” member of their tribe. Continue reading Before European Christians Forced Gender Roles, Native Americans Acknowledged 5 Genders

Strengthened by Standing Rock, Native Americans march on D.C. What’s next for the movement?

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Despite bitter cold, wind, rain and hail, hundreds of members of Native American tribes and supporters from around the country turned out Friday to march on the White House, in an effort to turn the momentum of the Standing Rock protests into a more sustained movement for native rights. Continue reading Strengthened by Standing Rock, Native Americans march on D.C. What’s next for the movement?