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Capital BlueCross Reaches Out to Families of Uninsured Children

...nter , Harrisburg : Outreach coordinator will be on hand to provide families in need with information about CHIP enrollment during the Harrisburg stampede indoor football home opener. Game kicks off at 7 p.m. "If your child is uninsured, you should not miss these opportunities to check out CHI...

Jessica Simpson Lends Healthy Image for Drink Smart Campaign

... introduce new light beer, stampede Light Plus(R) DALLAS, Aug. 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Mu...tional additives is Simpson's new favorite beer -- stampede Light Plus(R). Started by a fitness expert and f...er consumer. As a small but aggressive start-up, stampede Brewing Co. was looking for a global icon that rep...

Moderate Quake Injures 35 in Iran

...urred at 2 a.m., was at Daroud city in west Iran, said an official of the city governor's office. The shards of glass from broken windows and a stampede due to widespread panic caused the injuries, the official said. No deaths were reported. In 2006, 70 people were killed and 1,200 injured when a...

Cricket Match Lands Mother and Child in ICU after Lathi Charge

...sorted to a cane charge on valid ticket holders outside the Nahar Singh stadium, the venue for the one-day match Friday. The cane charge led to a stampede in which the mother-daughter duo fell and were trampled as other spectators fled from the police. By the time they were taken to hospital, their condi...
Stampede in Biological Technology

Lets Use Science to Corral Mad Cow Disease and the Public Stampede

Madison, Wis. During the height of the mad cow scare in Great Britain, the parody newspaper The Onion ran a story headlined English beef approved for Irish consumption. The headline was good for a laugh but it also carried a smidgeon of truth about how choices were made during the 1996 British ou...
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