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Impact Of US-Cuba Pact On MLB-ESPN‎ –

Nine days after the disappointment of falling one vote short of election to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Golden Era Committee balloting, Tony Oliva had a much happier day Wednesday.
Oliva, a native of Cuba and a three-time batting champion for the Minnesota Twins, told “Outside the Lines” that President Barack Obama’s newly announced steps toward normalizing relations between the U.S. and communist Cuba are “the best thing that can happen for the United States and Cuba and will help both countries.”
The 76-year-old Oliva has three sisters and two brothers who live in Cuba. He visits the country regularly, most recently last month.
“It’s hard to explain all the good things that can come from this for me and my family,” Oliva said. “It’s what I’ve been waiting for for 50 years, and, oh man, this could be great.”
In Washington on Wednesday, Obama said the U.S. is re-establishing long-broken diplomatic relations with Cuba that would mark an end to America’s “outdated approach” to the island nation in a historic shift aimed at ending a half-century of mutual hostility.
Oliva said although the news came as a surprise, he had recently heard rumors in both countries that advancements toward establishing relations soon could be on the horizon.


Friday, December 5, 2014

‘Peter Pan Live!’ Ratings Down 47% From ‘Sound Of Music’ Last Year, ‘The Taste’ Debuts Down – Update

2nd UPDATE, 1:50 PM: The stage is all packed away, the final numbers are in andNBC’s Peter Pan Live! saw a small adjustment up while CBS’s NFL inflated primetime saw significant movement downward. The Neil Meron and Craig Zadan produced 3-hour live musical went up a tenth to 2.4/7 among adults 18-49. That’s 47% less than The Sound Of Music Live! drew in final nationals on December 5 last year. As for CBS’ schedule, Two and a Half Men (1.9/6), freshman The McCarthys(1.4/6) and Elementary (1.2/6) all went down sixth tenths. Sitcom Mom (2.0/6) fell 20% from its fast nationals result and 23% from its last original on November 20. The CW’s Reign (0.4/1) went down a tenth from its result of this morning to be even with its last new show two weeks ago.
UPDATE: 9:01 AM: As Peter Pan Live! took a dive from last year’s The Sound Of Music Live! in metered market results, it took even a bit more of a fall in fast nationals. With a 2.3/7 rating among adults 18-49, the Neil Meron and Craig Zadan produced 3-hour spectacle was down 50% from the Carrie Underwood fronted Von Trapp family tale of December 5, 2013, also produced by Meron and Zadan. Seeing drops of 33% and 39% in the demo and overall viewership from its first 30 minutes to its last half hour, the 8 – 11 PM Peter Pan Live! pulled in a total audience of 9.13 million. That’s just under half of 18.6 million who watched Sound Of Music Live! last year. Not surprisingly, Peter Pan also declined from last week’s NFL game on Thanksgiving Day. Fast nationals to fast nationals, the live musical was down 60% from the Seahawks vs 49ers game.
Of course, even with those declines, NBC had a rare very good Thursday. Peter Pan Live! gave the network its second most watched non-sports one since the ER finale of April 2 2009 and its second best demo result on the day since the multi-premiere night of September 22, 2001, in fact. Which means the Peacock won the night among the key demo. Right now, CBS won the night among total viewers with 9.53 million watching – though that could change.

Political Comedian Kamau Bell ‘I don’t feel safe’ sitting next to former NYPD Chief Ray Kelly 

Political Comedian Kamau Bell ‘I don’t feel safe’ sitting next to former NYPD Chief Ray Kelly

by Katie Couric News Video 3:06 mins

In the wake of protests after decisions by two grand juries not to indict police officers in the deaths of two black men, Yahoo News Global Anchor Katie Couric leads an emotional conversation about the relationship between law enforcement and the African

Sunday, November 30, 2014

Is This Fruit Extract 10,000 Times Better Than Chemotherapy?

Adriamycin is the trade name for the chemoagent doxorubucin and is known by the nickname “red devil,” due to both its deep red color and terrible side effects, which include life-threatening, even fatal damage to the cardiovascular system. This abject lack of “selective CYTOTOXICITY” — the ability to kill only the cancer cells and not healthy ones  – is what makes Adriamycin so dangerous. And yet, it has been a first line treatment for a wide range of cancers for almost half a century.
Since the 1996 study, little research on graviola was performed. There was a cell study in 1999 which showed it had anti- prostate cancer and breast cancer activity; another 2002 cell study showed that graviola exhibited anti-hepatoma (LIVER CANCER) activity, but nothing as promising as the original 1996 study ever followed.
Then, in 2011, the journal NUTRITION AND CANCER revealed highly promising research on Graviola and breast cancer. Researchers found that graviola fruit extract (GFE) suppressed so-called oncogene (or cancer-causing gene) expression in the cell and animal models of breast cancer. The oncogene known as epidermal growth factor receptor (EGFR) is commonly over-expressed in breast cancer, and therefore an ideal target for therapy.

Iron Bowl 2014

Bama outlasts Auburn in Iron Bowl shootout – 15 hours ago

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