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The Beginning of the End of Aids

Health Commentary: Happy New Year from the staff at No Negative News! We know it's not quite the New Year YET, but what better way to prime the New Year pump than to let you know that a “Beginning of the End of Aids” appears to be upon us. After 30 years and 30 million deaths, “the beginning of the end of AIDS” may be on the horizon, due [to] amazing scientific breakthroughs, according to a new scientific p ...

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12 sons, 24 years and a Football Dynasty comes to an End?

Or does it in Cokato Minnesota?  With more than 3 dozen Grandkids, the Aho Football Dynasty does NOT have to come to an official end, it's just an end for Karen and Tom Aho's amazing trail of 12 sons who started in 1989 and finished just this year. What a wonderful heritage to leave behind. Congratulations Aho family, Congratulations!  We are unsure how many pair of cleats, worn out vocal chords, or gallons ...

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How to Bring People Together Like the Dalai Lama Can

NNNews.org  By Linda Dulye Published October 15, 2012 Last week, I had the opportunity to see and hear the Dalai Lama. It was indeed memorable. My best friend Sue joined me and 24,000 others to experience a star-studded event, donned the One World Concert, at my alma mater, Syracuse University.  The Dalai Lama was the headliner. The setting, well familiar to me from my vantage as a 25-plus-year, season-tick ...

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Air Traffic Dream Team for Safety — Cover Story in Oct EAA Magazine Too!

  NN News- www.NNNews.org NN News Exclusive Article on the “Pink Shirt Dream Team at OSH!” Air Traffic Dream Team for Safety Oshkosh, Wisconsin USA-  While our Olympic “Dream Teams” are in London going for the Gold, the Air Traffic Controller equivalents are hard at work and having fun keeping planes and people safe at the “Busiest Control Tower in the World.”  Just like the Olympic Athletes these guys ...

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Oshkosh Rainbow — What does it mean? Heaven!

  COMMENTARY: A photograph of a Rainbow never quite does it justice from what our eye, or actually our soul's eye, really sees or senses I say to myself as I walk to the EAA campground showers at about 0545 on Tuesday the 24th of July during AirVenture 2012. And this is NOT your ordinary rainbow, but a DOUBLE Rainbow. WHAT DOES IT MEAN!?! (Click on this YouTube >>> Double Rainbow <<< ...

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9 Ways to Keep YOUR marriage strong at ANY age

Keep your marriage strong with these nine ideas. by Kate Stinchfield, Health.com | FNC iMag First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes decades of time together strewn with a minefield of potential relationship wreckers. It’s a wonder that anyone ends up walking off into the sunset, hand-in-wrinkled-hand, with a silver-haired mate. What do those geriatric lovebirds know that you don’t? Well, the truth ...

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PING Golf Club are Made in the USA & Helps Wounded Veterans!

      No Negative News (www.NNNews.org) Is it Fact, Fiction, or Fabrication? This is what I thought when my fellow retired Air Force buddy Cary Heyden sent me an email stating that a War Veteran, Ben Woods, had a new set of Ping clubs with “WOUNDED WAR VETERANS” stitched on the bag. It seems that a Gentleman was playing behind him in Orlando and took notice, but as most REAL Combat Veterans ...

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Hay Give Me Some of your Hair!

                  That’s what HAY-den Curry said when she opened her big brown eyes on a gloomy, rainy Friday morning and she realized it was going to be a “big” day for her. First, it was the last day of first grade with all the fun being around your school chums entails, but more importantly she was going to give something away that was very special to her. Thi ...

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11 Words Adults just can’t spell well

          HLNtv/NNNews: While viewers and contestants of this year's National Spelling Bee fixated on the fine points of spelling 'tchotchke' or the etymology of 'maculature' (it's French, from Latin), perhaps it would be a good time for many of us to lower our sights a little bit and focus on some of the words we use and type every day -- and almost always misspell. Such as, 'missp ...

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A few ways to burn off calories this Summer

  Delete     No Negative News (www.NNNews.org) You don’t have to train like an athlete to stay fit this summer. Just try these outdoor activities to burn calories and keep your body toned without hitting the gym. All activities are calculated for a 150-pound woman performing the activity for 30 minutes. Beach volleyball If you’re lucky enough to live near a beach, this sport is a great way to ...

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