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Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and the Paparazzi Story

Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and the Paparazzi Story. Paparazzi have become so obsessed with Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt and their blooming brood that they will even risk arrest and jail in order to get their photographs of the family. It then comes as a bold yet graceful move that the Hollywood couple decides to share […]

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Health Insurance – Big Problem Unresolved in USA

Health Insurance – Big Problem Unresolved in USA. US Census Bureau released a report this week according to which only one in six people living in the US under the age of 65 had no health insurance in 2005. The report was based on data from all states across gender, age and income gathered by […]

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Abortion ultrasound Laws challenged, lawmakers feel embarassed

OKLAHOMA CITY: Abortion provider sues to halt controversial law requiring woman to undergo ultrasound examination — An advocacy group is suing over an Oklahoma law that prohibits a woman from getting an abortion unless she first has an ultrasound and the doctor describes to her what the fetus looks like. In the lawsuit filed Thursday […]

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Health Care Reforming: Problem With Tax-Exempt Health Insurance

Health Care Reforming: Problem With Tax-Exempt Health Insurance. In this installment of Health Care Watch, Stuart M. Butler and Ezekiel Emanuel talk about what the candidates are saying about taxes and employer-sponsored health care coverage. Go to Mr. Butler’s post. Ezekiel Emanuel, an oncologist, is the chairman of the department of bioethics at the Clinical […]

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Pink Light Walk and Breast Cancer: Raising awareness of breast cancer

Pink Light Walk: More than 175 people join ‘West End Pink Light Walk’. Jennifer Kratz, 11, of Jonas listens to Dora Arnold, a breast cancer survivor, during the fifth annual Pink Light Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness Thursday evening. More than 175 people participated in the annual event. GILBERT — The message was simple but […]

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Genomics Initiative project unites four Wisconsin largest research institutions

Genomics Initiative project unites four Wisconsin largest research institutions: Wisconsin’s four biggest academic research institutions will collaborate on an initiative aimed at giving the state national stature in the fast-emerging field of individualized medicine, Gov. Jim Doyle said Friday. Editing by David Cook Biotechnology SECTION: More biotech news and features The Wisconsin Genomics Initiative will […]

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Breast Cancer Health: Sales of half-price shoes will benefit breast cancer research

Shoe shopping isn’t usually an altruistic pastime.  Shoe shopping and Health: Sales of half-price shoes will benefit breast cancer research. Shoe shopping isn’t usually an altruistic pastime. But in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, QVC, the popular television shopping network, is selling shoes at half price, with the proceeds benefiting breast cancer research and […]

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Angelina Jolie breast-feeding photo download: triumph or trouble?

Angelina Jolie breast-feeding photo download: triumph or trouble? LOS ANGELES News – A magazine cover photo of Angelina Jolie breast-feeding one of her newborn twins may have turned the superstar actress into a role model for new mothers. The photo, taken by Jolie’s partner Brad Pitt, will adorn the November issue of W magazine. Other […]

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Health Care Reforming: John McCain, Barack Obama Battle on healthcare

Health Care Reforming: John McCain, Barack Obama Battle on healthcare. How workable are the presidential candidates’ health reform plans? Here’s a summary of their proposals and a list of online resources for more information. John McCain and Barack Obama’s health reform plans are different both in their approaches to solving problems and their potential effects […]

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48 Hours Travel Around New York City: A Weekend Vacation, New Manhattan Hot Spots Friday

48 Hours Travel Around New York City: A Weekend Vacation, New Manhattan Hot Spots Friday The roof space of the Peninsula Hotel reopened with a Chinese theme this May as the Salon de Ning. THOUGH New Yorkers were recently brought up short by the financial crisis, with no one quite knowing just how bad it […]

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