Exploring Possibility Latina Women Have Lower Risk Of Developing Breast Cancer Than Americans

In Mexico, breast cancer has been adequately controlled, and is no longer considered a risk of death when it’s diagnosed. The disease is common among women in the capital and the northern states, it ranks first in incidence of malignant neoplasms in females. Representing 11.34 percent of all cancer cases, and there is an overall … Continue reading Exploring Possibility Latina Women Have Lower Risk Of Developing Breast Cancer Than Americans

US Supreme Court Ruling: Bishops Encourage Catholics To Maintain Witness To Truth Of Marriage

By Matt Hadro and Adelaide Mena Catholics are called to witness to the truth of marriage despite the Supreme Court of the United States recognizing a legal right to same-sex marriage, the nation’s bishops said on Friday. “Regardless of what a narrow majority of the Supreme Court may declare at this moment in history, the … Continue reading US Supreme Court Ruling: Bishops Encourage Catholics To Maintain Witness To Truth Of Marriage

Questions For Austria Following The Stephan Templ Case – OpEd

By Robert Amsterdam and Claire Kerschensteiner Stephan Templ’s conviction for serious fraud and his original sentence of three years imprisonment, now reduced to one, for damaging the Republic of Austria is an embarrassment for the country. To indict, convict and jail somebody for filling out an application form ‘incorrectly’ makes no sense. The restitution process, … Continue reading Questions For Austria Following The Stephan Templ Case – OpEd

Early Herders’ Grassy Route Through Africa

A University of Utah study of nearly 2,000-year-old livestock teeth show that early herders from northern Africa could have traveled past Kenya’s Lake Victoria on their way to southern Africa because the area was grassy – not tsetse fly-infested bushland as previously believed. “We studied the chemical signature of teeth in wild antelopes and domestic … Continue reading Early Herders’ Grassy Route Through Africa

Quadrantid Meteor Shower To Be Seen Overnight On Jan 3, 4

By Boris Pavlishev The annual Quadrantid meteor shower will occur overnight on January 3 and 4. The Quadrantids (QUA) are one of the heaviest meteor showers. If you watch the northern part of the sky dome you will see meteor flares twice a minute. According to a popular belief, if you wish upon a shooting … Continue reading Quadrantid Meteor Shower To Be Seen Overnight On Jan 3, 4