Eggs Now Have A Better Nutritional Make-up Than They Were Three Decades Ago

A study has revealed that today’s eggs contain 70 percent more vitamin D and double the amount of selenium, which is linked to lower risks of cancer and cardiovascular disease, infertility and infections, when compared with eggs three decades ago.

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Madagascan Pochard, The World’s Endangered Duck Hatches In A Captive Breeding Center

Madagascan Pochard were thought to have become extinct in the late 1990s, but were rediscovered in 2006, when conservationists on an expedition spotted just 22 birds at a single site, Lake Matsaborimena (or Red Lake), in northern Madagascar.

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Study: Vitamin D May Prevent Age Related Vision Loss

A new study indicates that taking sufficient vitamin D could prevent vision loss from age-related macular degeneration (AMD) which affects 15 million Americans with 200,000 new cases each year.

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The Benefits Of Crocodile Farming

Crocodile farming can be a profitable business venture. The reptiles are raised for their hide and meat. One benefit in raising crocodiles, they are sturdy creatures and not prone to illness. They can be housed in a concrete pen with provision for bathing.

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