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Why Are So Many People Popping Vitamin D?

There was no reason for the patients to receive vitamin D tests. They did not have osteoporosis; their bones were not cracking from a lack of the vitamin. They did not have diseases that interfere with vitamin D absorption.<p>Yet in a recent sample of 800,000 patients in Maine, nearly one in five had …

The Best Exercise for Aging Muscles

The toll that aging takes on a body extends all the way down to the cellular level. But the damage accrued by cells in older muscles is especially severe, because they do not regenerate easily and they become weaker as their mitochondria, which produce energy, diminish in vigor and number.<p>A study …

Exercise

Chomsky: World Indigenous People Only Hope for Human Survival

Indigenous people across the world are the ones keeping the human race from destroying itself and leading earth to a disaster as they gain voices in …

The Alternative Realism of Kent Monkman

Monkman is one of many Indigenous artists to receive prominent attention over the past few years. Indeed, Indigenous art is practically the theme of …

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6 Common Myths about Treaties in Canada

<i>By Taylor MacLean</i><p><b>Myth #1: Treaties are land sale agreements</b><p>Historically, treaties were not purchase agreements where Indigenous nations were offered …

Indigenous Peoples

Federal Liberals Approval of Kinder Morgan Is Final Nail in the Coffin of ‘Reconciliation’

The federal Liberals have issued an approval for the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline project, subject to 157 conditions.In doing so, the …

Canada

Energy projects fuel tension between Trudeau and First Nations

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau set a high bar for reconciliation with Indigenous peoples in his first year in office—perhaps a bit too high.<p>Last …

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First Nations, environmentalists vow 'long battle' on approved Kinder Morgan pipeline

The Trudeau government's approval of the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is meeting fierce opposition in B.C., including a vow from …

Sacred Trust - Protecting Tsleil-Waututh Territory

May 29, 2018<p>Regardless of who owns this proposed pipeline and tanker project, our Federal Court of Appeal case remains the same. In the near future, …

Denying B.C. First Nations Consent On Pipelines Is A Big Mistake

Natural Resources Minister Jim Carr recently declared the federal government will not require the full, prior and informed consent from First Nations …

Tina Fontaine's cousin dies after being shot in head, home set on fire, family says

A Winnipeg family says the young woman who was shot and killed in the city's north end earlier this week was Jeanenne Fontaine, the cousin of Tina …

Impact of Colonization on the Native California Societies - San Diego History Center | San Diego, CA | Our City, Our Story

The Journal of San Diego History<br>SAN DIEGO HISTORICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY <br>Winter 1978, Volume 24, Number 1<br>Thomas L. Scharf, Managing Editor<p>ROBERT …

First Story Toronto

There’s a new way to engage with Toronto’s significant Indigenous history and presence – the newly launched Driftscape app, available for free for …

A guide to Indigenous Toronto

Toronto has a long Indigenous history that we aren't always aware of. The name Toronto is derived from a Mohawk word "tkaronto," which means "where …

‘Toronto’ Is An Iroquois Word

The Toronto Purchase (Toronto Public Library)<p>At many gatherings in Toronto, people acknowledge that they are on “Mississauga territory.” That didn’t …

Whose land?

×<p>Toronto is developing a new tagline that's much more appealing than Hogtown, Toronto the Good or the big smoke.<p>Now we have "Toronto, traditional …

How Indigenous people are rebranding Canada 150

The Canada 150 birthday celebrations could stand to be more inclusive of the Aboriginal experience. Vancouver is trying to make that happen.<p>Believe …

Ideafest: First Nations reconciliation as a search for common ground

The reconciliation process now underway with First Nations can go beyond finger-pointing and offer benefits for everyone, says a UVic law …

Canada

In Canada how much do Natives get per person from the government?

If you were to add up in total the amount of spending the government does on Native American services what would it add up to? I want to compare this …

Warm-Ups, Cool-Downs, What Works, What Doesn’t

Athletes could be increasing their risk for sports injuries or simply wasting their time by practicing certain types of warm-ups and cool-downs, according to two practical new studies. Together, the new research indicates that a rigorous warm-up could keep you running smoothly during a sports …

Exercise

Do Nike’s New Shoes Give Runners an Unfair Advantage?

The shoes came in the colors of a tropical drink, lime and orange and pink, as if the logo ought to be an umbrella instead of a Nike swoosh. You half expected the insoles to smell of rum and coconut.<p>If the color scheme suggested frivolity, race results did not. The shoes cushioned the feet of all …

Flecks of Extraterrestrial Dust, All Over the Roof

After decades of failures and misunderstandings, scientists have solved a cosmic riddle — what happens to the tons of dust particles that hit the Earth every day but seldom if ever get discovered in the places that humans know best, like buildings and parking lots, sidewalks and park benches.<p>The …

Newfound 3.77-billion-year-old fossils could be earliest evidence of life on Earth

By Sarah Kaplan<p>, Reporter<p><i>This post has been updated.</i><p>Tiny, tubular structures uncovered in ancient Canadian rocks could be remnants of some of the earliest life on Earth, scientists say.<p>The straw-shaped “microfossils,” narrower than the width of a human hair and invisible to the naked eye, are …

New Imaging Method Helps Scientists Look Beyond Dinosaur Bones

Scientists find direct evidence of a wing structure needed for flight on the bird-like feathered dinosaur Anchiornis<p>Using a new laser imaging technique to reveal traces of soft tissue in fossils of an early feathered, birdlike dinosaur, scientists have found direct evidence of a wing structure …