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Mutope Duguma (s/n James Crawford) This banner set the theme for a rally in front of the San Francisco State Building on Aug. 1. As we gear up for the resumption of the hunger strike Sept. 26, it is critical that supporters pressure the media to
Farmers have a greater life expectancy than the general population, with 27% less likely to die of disease in men and 25% less in women, according to preliminary results of the study on health Agrican agricultural areas.The survey,
Filed Under 45 number of beds at the jail 66 average daily population 15% increase in bookings from 2001 to 2010 62% increase in Dallas Countys population since 2000 Overcrowding at the Dallas County Jail has officials pondering whether a new
With up to 254 million people worldwide affected by Bipolar Disorder and annual social and financial costs in the USA alone of $45 billion, it is becoming more important for health providers to be able to track bipolar sufferers' mood changes
A nurse and a mental health specialist evaluated Davis at 1:41 a.m. June 25 and the mental health specialist told a correction's officer that Davis, 26, was likely "manipulating the system," according to jail records obtained under the Kentucky Open
Rich folks are suckers for digital media (and online ads) August 1, 2011 Regina Sinsky Digital media and online advertisements are the best way to reach the wealthiest Americans, according to a study released today by the Interactive Advertising
Although obesity and Type 2 diabetes were almost unknown among Ethiopian Jews before their aliya, they have become increasingly common here, but the immigrants are receiving inadequate medical care for the condition, according to a new study by Dr.
Sunday June 26 2011 Last Monday, we learned through various forms of the media that Paul Darbyshire 'had lost his battle' with Motor Neuron Disease (MND). The use of the word 'battle' evokes the notion that there was some form of contest going on.
The study is being published early online to coincide with the American Society of Clinical Oncology 2011 Annual Meeting...Reulen, Ph.D., of the University of Birmingham, Edgbaston, United Kingdom, and colleagues conducted a study to investigate the
If there's one thing that cranks routinely do when they can't win on science is to shift to other venues to try to win their case and to convince people that they are not, in fact, cranks. After all, if they stuck to arguing facts, science, and