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Fear of Osama bin Laden cause for Bush victory

...that the fear of death// had an impact on the 2004 presidential election in US. Researchers felt that the fear of death caused by Osama bin laden tape before the election had an impact on the psychological state of the voters which made them vote in favor George W. Bush, which made him win over Senator Kerry. Res...

White House recipes doing the rounds for commoners!!

... and spreading White House lore outside the famous presidential home. Scheib admits, "It's not cheap. But serving a well-educated, food-aware clientele and everything is unique. I don't want it to be OK but fabulous.” he also finds time to entertain and have some fun with the customers like he makes a grim...

Western Region Tops in Indian Biotech Growth

...ernment would extend all support. Delivering the presidential address, Karnataka Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy said that to maintain leadership in the biotech sector, the state government had announced two vital initiatives - setting up of venture capital funds for IT and BT sectors and a biotech park in Bang...

US Senate Approves Embryo-research Plan Despite President's Refusal

...ate would muster the needed 67 votes to override a presidential veto. (Source: IANS)...

A decade of service to cancer patients

...,” said the Governor in his inaugural address. The presidential address was delivered by Mayor C.Jayan Babu. In her speech, J Lalithambika, also a patron of Asraya, put the message of Asraya in these words – “Fight, fight, and fight against cancer, never give up.” “Cancer patients and their by-standers need p...

Panama announces Reform of Health System

...for uninsured citizens. Torrijos said that a new presidential office would compensate victims of the poisoning, although the victims could still make claims through the nation's courts. NL...

The Outbreak of Influenza is Now Predicted

...utcomes of a wide range of future events including presidential elections, Oscar nominees, and the Federal Reserve's decisions about interest rates. "For decades, farmers have used futures markets to make decisions about what crops to plant," says Philip Polgreen, MD, of the University of Iowa. "We're just borro...

Democrats Balk at Bush's Health Insurance Proposal

...th for a lack of action on health care as the 2008 presidential campaign nears. Bush's proposal was loosely based on a similar plan recommended by his bipartisan tax-reform panel in 2005. The Democratic co-chairman of that panel, former Louisiana Sen. John Breaux, told McClatchy Newspapers that Democrats wer...

Nepal's Most Influential Woman 'Critically' Ill

...nfamous palace massacre in June 2001. Unlike the presidential wives in the US, the prime ministerial wives in Nepal however have mostly kept a low profile and remained out of limelight. Only deposed prime minister Sher Bahadur Deuba's wife Dr Arjoo Deuba came closest to the image of an active first lady, camp...

French 'euthanasia Doctor' Avoids Jail

...st across France. The issue found its way into the presidential election campaign too. The leading candidates indirectly backed the doctor in her decision to end the agony of the patient. Over 2,000 doctors and nurses came out in support of the doctor and demanded that euthanasia be made legal in France. Acti...

Doctors Hopeful for Elizabeth Edwards

Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards’ wife Elizabeth Edwards has been diagnosed with// a recurrent case of breast cancer. This time it is located in the right rib bone and hence classified as metastatic or stage IV cancer. Mrs. Edwards, who battled breast cancer...

African Americans Tend to Suffer More from Drug Abuse

...ut the powder in more secure environs. With the presidential elections approaching fast, activists are demanding a commitment from the Democratic contenders to abolish the disparity in sentencing between crack and powder. For Blacks are considered a major vote-bank of the Democrats. Because of disenfranchiseme...

Massachusetts Leads The Way In Health Reforms

... Romney the state's former governor and Republican presidential contender joined with a Democratic legislature in 2006 to execute the country’s first statewide universal coverage plan. The state requested its residents to buy and maintain health insurance if they don't already have it. Following Massachusetts c...

Bill Clinton Says US Healthcare System Immoral

... going through some nightmarish times. Since the presidential election is slated to take place next year, the healthcare situation is generating a lot of heated discussion. But none has come out any with any concrete action plan so far. At the San Fransisco meet, Clinton didn't advocate any solution to the ...

Hillary Clinton Speaks Up Strongly for Stem Cell Research

As US presidential primaries draw nearer, candidates seek to position themselves as very caring politicians. First it was healthcare, and now it is stem cell research. On Friday Hillary Rodham Clinton was joined by ten-year-old Alex Walter with Type 1diabetes and La...

Ask Right Questions and Save Country from Further Healthcare Crisis: Michael Moore

...ent. In a recent interview he blasted the top tier presidential candidates, none of whom have so far offered no radical solution to the issue. Moore remarked bluntly, "These guys are bought and paid for by this industry," he said, "and that's why we're not going to have change as long as that system of money bu...

Work Less to Sustain Planet Earth, Say Activists

...cation, an issue it hopes to make part of the 2008 presidential campaign. As it stands, America is the only industrial nation that offers no legal protection for vacations. The average vacation in the United States is now only a long weekend, and 25 percent of American workers have no paid vacation, according t...

Americans Get Least Value For Money In Healthcare

...e is likely to be a prominent issue in the 2008 US presidential elections with various candidates already promising to tackle rising costs and the burden placed on big business to provide health insurance. Per-capita health spending in the United States in 2004 was $6,102, twice that of Germany, which spent $3,...

Cancer Patients Turn Their Backs on Canadian Health Minister

Medicare is a hot topic in the presidential elections in US. The issue is raging in neighbouring Canada too . And they dont allow politicians to get away with glib talk. As the countrys Health Minister George Smitherman was waxing eloquent on the governments commitment to medicare, a group o...

Republican Presidential Candidates Discuss Abortion, Stem Cells as Part of First Debate

Ten Republican presidential candidates on Thursday in their first televised debate -- held at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley , Calif. -- fielded questions about their views on abortion rights, stem cell research and other issues, the Washington Post repo...

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