Lead Laden Metal Necklaces Turn Noose on Children’s Neck
Parents beware! Metal necklaces and key chains bought to satisfy your children’s fancy could be dangerous as some of them contain elevated levels of lead.//
Metal necklaces sold at Claire's and Ardène retail outlets have been ordered off the shelf due to elevated lead levels. Health Canada ha...
NAACP & Nine Class Reps File Motion for Class Certification Against Eli Lilly in Pervasive Discrimination Case
... throughout my tenure at Lilly," said Ms. Welch. "I had to endure years of racist comments and threats -- including having a dark-colored doll with a noose
around its neck left on my desk -- just to remain employed. My complaints to supervisors were never properly investigated, and I was ultimately let go...
'Choking Game' Turned Deadly for 82 Youths
...entionally trying to strangle oneself or another with hands or some sort of noose
to briefly achieve an euphoric state.
Youth apparently hope to get a "co...und her dead one morning, hanging from a belt and shoelace fashioned into a noose
on the door of her bedroom closet. She had died the night before. Prior to ...
NEWSWEEK: Media Lead Sheet/November 5, 2007 Issue (on newsstands Monday, October 29).
...antly how simple-minded, how often irrelevant, our
discussions of women and power can be. http://www.newsweek.com/id/61957 ELLIS COSE: "Ignore the noose
Makers" (p. 52). Contributing Editor
Ellis Cose writes that after the brouhaha in Jena, La., nooses have
appeared in numerous places, "spawning an org...
'Hooded Horror': Death by Hanging
...g to abolish hanging or to make it more humane.
The Evolution of the noose
Let us take a closer peek at the intricacies of hanging as a mode of ex...ein the convict drops just a few inches and the struggling ensures that the noose
gets tightened. Death occurs by strangulation, leading to asphyxia. This me...
Anti-biotech groups obstruct forest biotechnology
...le energy, sequester carbon, improve environmental cleanup, and produce badly needed products for global consumers, the scientists said.
"This is a noose
that's been slowly tightening for many years," said Steven Strauss, a distinguished professor of forest biotechnology at OSU, and one of the world's l...