November 26, 2005
Cranberries 'block tooth decay'Topics: Health Issues
Scientists have found a compound (a high molecular-weight non-dialysable material ) derived from cranberry juice can stop bacteria from clinging to the teeth, blocking the formation of damaging plaque deposits, but not if your drinking juices loaded with sugar.
Posted by Richard at November 26, 2005 1:24 PM
In the "End of Times" man's heart will grow cold.
Posted by: dr_usa_23 at November 27, 2005 1:55 PM
And that has to do with????
Posted by: Richard at November 27, 2005 11:27 PM
It has to do specifically with the story. Man's heart growing cold ................all those shoppers ran over others not caring if anyone got hurt. They were so interested in material things that they'd run over anyone in their way to achieve getting into the store. The lady got hurt and only a couple of people stopped to help. COLD HEARTS.
You don't have to believe in GOD , Richard, but HE's real and everything in his word, the Bible, is coming true. Why take a chance? Die, wake up looking at GOD, and then, if you had not believed, it's too late.
Posted by: dr_usa_23 at November 28, 2005 7:38 AM
Your comments still have absolutely nothing to do with cranberries!
Try reading before commenting, or at least matching comments to the appropriate post.
No major deal here, but if you're going to pontificate, consider doing so within the appropriate context.
Not picking on you, just trying to encourage you to think before writing, if you want people to listen to what you have to say.
Posted by: Richard at November 28, 2005 9:10 AM
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