Thomas Paine

To argue with a person who has renounced the use of reason is like administering medicine to the dead.

Thursday, November 8, 2012

8 November - iGoogle

Supreme Court of Canada finds Pfizer's Viagra patent invalid

Inmate disturbances on the rise under Conservatives

Over 600,000 votes in Az have NOT yet been counted

TED talk on our culture of reckless risk taking

Hurricane Sandy: beware of America's disaster capitalists

 

Ramnagar WTP
Karl Rove's election debacle: Super PAC's spending was nearly for naught
Tony Gutierrez / AP fileKarl Rove's American Crossroads super PAC had big-money backers, but achieved minimal results, according to a study by the...  
Red yeast rice lowers cholesterol, prevents heart disease as effectively as statins
By Davi dLiu, PHD Thursday Nov 8, 2012 (foodconsumer.org) -- Studies show that red yeast rice, a food product that is used to brew rice wine  
Truth To Power

 


MILLER: If Romney’s What’s Wrong With America, We Have Serious Problems
A Reddit post about a man's positive pregnancy test appears to have alerted him to a testicular tumor. The man, whose name has not been made public, was shocked to see two pink lines after jokingly taking the test, which had been left in his bathroom ...
Howard Willems, seen in a CBC News program from February 2012, inspected buildings where he encountered asbestos fibres. (CBC). Howard Willems, the Saskatoon man who advocated for broader knowledge about the dangers of asbestos in buildings, ...
NEW YORK -- 7-Up with antioxidants will soon be off the market, after an advocacy group accused the drink maker of making misleading health claims. Dr Pepper Snapple Group says its 7-Up varieties that tout antioxidants will be off the market by early 2013.
Three batches of badly processed cancer tests came amid plunging morale and strained relationships between Rockyview General Hospital pathologists and managers at a newly-centralized city laboratory, Alberta's Health watchdog reported Thursday.
Cancer patients taking cholesterol-lowering statin drugs were 15 per cent less likely to die of cancer, or of any other cause, than patients who were not on the popular medications, according to a Danish study. The study, which appeared in the New England ...
Frank Oberle, the minister responsible for disabled persons, said Friday the person has received treatment for burns and blisters to the legs and buttocks. (CBC). An investigation is underway into an incident at a care home in southern Alberta after a person ...
Nov. 6, 2012 (Los Angeles) -- Winter can be deadly, at least when it comes to matters of the heart. Whether you live in a place that is hot year-round, like Arizona, or in a state with cold winters, like Pennsylvania, you're more likely to die of heart-related ...
Many of the approximately 66,000 children who visit CHEO's emergency department cou
Giffords' shooter gets life in prison
Gabrielle "Gabby" Giffords stood next to her husband in court Thursday as he spoke directly to Jared Loughner, the Arizona man who tried to...  
Bashar al-Assad vows to 'live or die' in Syria
Syrian president warns against foreign intervention as members of opposition groups remain in disarray at unity talks in DohaBashar al-Assad has...  
NASA's Next Capsule to Land Like a Helicopter?
NASA's new rotor reentry concept is actually a revisited Apollo system that never got off the ground.  
Ask the Expert: Do Nail-Drying Machines Emit UV Rays?
WebMD's Skin and Beauty Expert explains how nail-drying machines work, plus how to protect yourself from their harmful UV rays.  
Remarks by the President at a Campaign Event, Aurora, Colorado, 11/4/2012 
Iran Sanctions Leading US Toward Military Conflict
Ahmadinejad wants direct talks with US on Iran nuclear issue
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said problems related to his country’s nuclear program must be discussed directly with the United States...  
1time blame game: Not us, says Acsa
Airports Company of South Africa has rubbished an accusation that it was responsible for 1time's demise, and that it was only interested in...  
BI foils human smuggle attempt at NAIA 
Obama to make historic Burma trip
Fresh from his election victory, Barack Obama will this month become the first US president to visit Burma, as part of a three-leg tour.  
Syrian opposition upbeat on talks 
 

 


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