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NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/May 19, 2008 Issue (on newsstands Monday, May 12, 2008)
Date:5/11/2008

Sally-D." It is legal, for the time being, in most states. But with the proliferation of online companies that advertise and sell salvia-derived products, it has caught on among young people looking for a new high. In small doses, salvia contains no known toxicities. But when its extract is smoked in larger batches, it can yield frightening results.

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HEALTH: "War on Wounds" (p. 44). Correspondent Anne Underwood reports on the growing demand for regenerative medicine, mostly because of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The medicine is a grab bag of techniques that share the same end-to repair human bodies by helping them regenerate living tissue, rather than relying on artificial parts. The military's need is enormous. Thanks to improved medical care, 90 percent of soldiers who are injured in Iraq and Afghanistan are surviving.

http://www.newsweek.com/id/136309

SOCIETY: "O Father, Where Art Thou?" (p. 45). Associate Editor Joshua Alston reviews a new book that tries to change the image of the absent black father from children's lives. In "The Beautiful Struggle" by Ta-Nehisi Coates, he writes that while his father was a free spirit and fathered seven children with four different women, he was a source of security and stability in a neighborhood subject to rampant, random violence. Coates and other authors are in a position to change the stereotype that black men are irresponsible and indifferent to fatherhood.

http://www.newsweek.com/id/136335

BUSINESS: "Penthouse Gets Pious" (p. 47). Los Angeles Correspondent Jennifer Ordonez reports on how the proliferation of online porn has forced standard fare adult magazines like Playboy and Penthouse to diversify their businesses. Last December, Penthouse acquired social
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