February’s Discoveries: Vaping, Free Education, and Americana

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Cancer Research UK’s Study on Vaping: It’s significantly safer than smoking cigarettes, but still is not as healthy as not smoking.

Is Fish Oil Beneficial? 24 recent studies say that taking fish oil does not protect your heart. It also can be dangerous when combined with blood thinners.

 

Free Online Learning:

 

edX: Free online college courses from the best universities.

Coursera: Free and paid online courses from the best universities.

 

Americana:

“Birmingham Sunday” – Rhiannon Giddens

This song captures the feeling of a good religious service, of believing in God…I miss that feeling.

 

“Your Love is a Ghost Town” – The Crooked Brothers

There’s an old bum on the highway,

a refugee from your heart.

He says he once was your resident,

but the place fell apart…

 

 

6 thoughts on “February’s Discoveries: Vaping, Free Education, and Americana

  1. This is some good information. I have heard those vaper things blow up and I have heard that men shouldn’t take fish oil because it increases the likelihood of prostate cancer. 😦

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    • The ones that blow up are generally modified vapes – the user has modified something high end, dropped it repeatedly, and the end result is an explosion. I’m not saying that’s less horrible, but most vapes don’t explode, thankfully.

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  2. Good to know about the vaping and the fish oil. I vape and I use fish oil and I believe both of them to be good for you. Well vaping is not necessarily good for you but it’s better than cigarettes. I would greatly appreciate it if you would follow me or check out my blog on vaping. Either way thank you for your inspirational post. -bel

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