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California Government to Revoke License of LA Hospital

...sm, almost rooting for its closure, not pausing to think who would stand to be affected most if the hospita...ards. "We're really worried that the people will think the hospital closes tomorrow," said Sandra Shewry, director of the state health services agency. "It...

Four-legged Friends Connect Online at Dogster

...m you, and read reviews of what other dogs' owners think of this vet or groomer," Rheingold said. While thriving on user-generated content in a way similar to other "Web 2.0" social-networking websites, Dogster and Catster are being built to outlast trends, according to their founder. "We want to be here...

Domestic Abuse Led Wife Killing Her Preacher Husband

...tic stress disorder, which affected her ability to think clearly the morning she shot her husband. Before...tic stress disorder, which affected her ability to think clearly the morning she shot her husband. On June 8, McCraw sentenced Winkler to three years, but ...

'Hi, can You Hear Me? I'm at 30,000 Feet'

...ing cash from sources other than ticket sales. "We think it will be very popular with low-cost airline and the example of Ryanair taking the lead is very telling. "What those airlines are looking for is ancillary revenues so they can drive their fares down and stay competitive." An aerospace analyst for ...

Researchers Identify New Risk Marker for Obese Children

...sugary, high-fat foods adequately. "Right now we think it's probably a combination of both a poor diet and genetics that make a person produce high levels of apoB48," Proctor said. He added that as we learn more about the effect of intestinal cholesterol, we will be better prepared to lay down treatmen...

Mothers of Children Killed in Fire Charged With Manslaughter

...said, "we're going to give [police] the charges we think are appropriate this afternoon. After that, [polic...neys representing the two mothers disagreed. "I think that's a bad call. A manslaughter charge means somebody died as result of your actions," lawyer Erne...

Two-year-old Joins Mensa, Becomes Its Youngest Ever Genius

...g herself on the floor,' Lucy said. 'She doesn't think she's better and cleverer than everyone else. She is a very kind and loving child,' she added....

Sex Offender Honored Twice by Texan Lawmakers

...sex offense after his first appearance. "I don't think anybody that's a convicted sex offender should have a medical license in Texas. Period," said Republican Rep. Phil King, who introduced Tallant in the House chamber in April 2006. Tallant now lives in King's district, but King said he doesn't know Ta...

Kids Think Ketchup and Bread are Part of Fruit and Vegetables Food-group

A UK study has revealed that one in ten kids think that low-fat crisp, ketchup and bread are a part of five helpings of fruit and vegetables a day. The study also revealed that one-third of the children between the age group of eight and fifteen years consider roasted potatoes in the list and almos...

US Trying Hard to Provide Proper Treatment for Wounded Soldiers

...ses of brain injury have been treated, but doctors think many less obvious cases have gone undetected. One small study found that more than half of one group of wounded troops arriving at Walter Reed Army Medical Center had brain injuries. Around the nation, a new effort is under way to check every returni...

New Research to Make Science and Technology Work for the Poor

... James Wilsdon, head of science and innovation at think tank Demos, speaking at the launch, said STEPS fills a vital gap: The global landscape for science, technology and innovation is changing at an astonishing pace. But while the frameworks we use for analysing these changes are good at asking how muc...

A New Survey -Anxiety Students Dont Seek Help

...roblem on the rise," Eisenberg said. "One can also think of it as a unique opportunity because college campuses offer several ways to reach students and affect their lives positively."...

Spears Has Been Warned Not to Drink

... had told her: "If you fall off the wagon, I don't think you will live. If you don't want to get sober for yourself, do it for your kids." He added: "She wants to stop. She's changed her life in another direction where she doesn't get drunk every night and pass out." But he admitted that he has not see...

Norwegians Take in the Sun in Spain on Doctors' Orders

...ing at the rehabilitation centre would lead you to think you were in Spain. The medical staff is Scandinavian as are the cooks while signs are all in Norwegian. Altea, a whitewashed fishing village of some 21,000 people, was selected as the location for the centre because of its proximity to the town of ...

India to Get a Taste of 'British' Curries

...s replacing traditional raspberries. "People here think British food is just roast beef and burgers and chips," said Malhi, who is hosting the series for private local NDTV network. "I am trying to fly the flag for British food, which is really vast and varied," she said. Malhi, whose parents emigrated ...

It is Men, and Not Women, to Be Blamed for Recurrent Pregnancy Loss

...for sperm banks and clients going to fetch them. I think a man should test these above factors in his sperm to make sure that his wife does not suffer."...

Talking About Your Feelings Really Does Help

...rnal, they are not likely to say it's because they think this is a way to make themselves feel better," Lieberman said. "People don't do this to intentionally overcome their negative feelings; it just seems to have that effect. Popular psychology says when you're feeling down, just pick yourself up, but ...

Cherie Blair's Boss Accuses Tony Blair for Proposed Smoking Ban

...y to quit cigs before she wed - said yesterday: 'I think everyone well knows my views on smoking. 'But I keep to the rules of my profession.' She got the case by chance as it was the next available at her chambers....

US Whizkids Create Eco-friendly Building Material from Mushroom

...ngineering and product design and innovation. "I think it has a lot of potential, and it could make a big difference in people's lives," said Professor Burt Swersy, whose Inventor's Studio course inspired the product's creation. "It's sustainable, and enviro-friendly, it's not based on petrochemicals an...

Meditation Increases Attention - A Brain Scan Report

...in classic meditation texts, adds Davison. "And we think this may be a neural reflection of that. These results illustrate one mechanism by which meditation may act in the brain." While the subjects meditated inside the MRI, the researchers periodically blasted them with disturbing noises. Among the expe...

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