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by Victor Khoo

March 3, 2009

The new Wii games system from Nintendo has given gamers a reason to get out of the couch and at least some exercise out of it. Compared to other typical video gamers, Wii gamers are reporting more frequent injuries in their wrists and shoulders.

However, with the right pre-cautions and care, much of these injuries can be prevented. Before Wii, gamers only used their fingers and thumbs to control the game. Not much movement was required from the rest of the body.

San Francisco Chronicle (CA)

by Victoria Colliver

April 22, 2006

Dr. David Brailer, the man picked by President Bush to promote electronic health records and the modernization of medical technology, has resigned as national coordinator for health information technology effective next month. No replacement has been name

The San Francisco physician, who has held the position for two years, said he is leaving to spend more time with his family. He submitted his resignation Thursday. Brailer, who lives in Pacific Heights and is the father of a 5-year-old son, has been commuting to Washington, D.C., and traveling around the country for much of his tenure.

Dateline NBC

by Victoria Corderi

March 25, 2007

What would make three grown men eat spinach laced with E. coli?  Dateline NBC puts irradiation technology to the test.

Harlan Clemmons, the president of SADEX, says modern irradiation technology has nothing to do with anything nuclear or radioactive. In fact, he says it's more accurate to call it "electronic pasteurization"

victoriajackson.com

by Victoria Jackson

May 21, 2013

After 18 months, "We inquired about our status and [the IRS agent] said she was probably going to recommend that our application not be [granted]," Dobson told TheBlaze.

"She said we were political and we had criticized President Obama ... and she said we did it when he was a candidate." Wow. American citizens are now being punished for criticizing a president. What happened to Freedom of Speech? This is very serious.

naturalnews.com

by Victoria Moore

August 3, 2012

Often in the wake of a big massacre such as what happened recently in Aurora, people are scared, sad and looking for answers.

Unfortunately, the media ALWAYS distorts the problem; placing blame on the need for stricter gun laws, or gun bans altogether. The truth is the gun is hardly the problem as everyone knows; guns don't kill people, people kill people. When incidents like this occur, shouldn't people be focusing on what caused this senseless act to happen in the first place, rather than the weapons that were used to carry out these horrific acts? But don't expect the media to let you know that one of the biggest causes is the products of the pharmaceutical companies that just happen to bankroll the corporate gatekeepers.

wlwt.com

by Video Report - WLWT News 5

December 7, 2011

CINCINNATI -- Hamilton County's prosecutor says the county's children's services did not do anything criminally wrong in the case of Demarcus Jackson.

Demarcus, 2, died weeks after he was returned to his mother, who had lost custody of him when he was less than two weeks old. Latricia Jackson, 22, is charged with child endangering. The boy's father, Antrone Smith, 29, is charged with aggravated murder in the boy's death and faces the death penalty if convicted.

Las Vegas Review-Journal (NV)

by Vin Suprynowicz

July 16, 2011

Two "mothers yesterday lost their battle to stop their children from being forced to have the controversial MMR vaccination, in a ruling which branded their medical expert's evidence 'junk science,' " reported London's daily Guardian, on July 31.

"The case was taken to the high court by the fathers of the two girls, aged 5 and 10, who want their daughters to have the full range of vaccinations. The judgment will not directly affect the pending compensation fight on behalf of more than 1,000 children with brain damage whose parents blame the vaccine, but it raises questions about how easy it will be to muster scientific evidence to support their claim," the daily reported.

Journal of American Medical Association

by Vinaya Garde, MD; David Harper, MD; Mary P. Fairchok, MD

July 16, 2011

In mid May, his breastfeeding wife developed vesicles on both areolas.

On May 4, 2003, a US Army soldier received primary smallpox vaccination and experienced a primary uptake reaction at the inoculation site on days 6 through 8. The vaccinee reported observing all of the standard precautions to avoid household spread.

The Sydney Morning Herald

by Vincent Morello

February 13, 2009

Friday the 13th might be unlucky for some, but who cares if your luck's in the very next day - Valentine's Day?

Valentine's Day could mean expensive dinners, pricey roses and bittersweet chocolates, but chiropractors warn it can also mean injury.

virology.ws

by Vincent Racaniello

January 11, 2013

Yesterday many US newspapers carried front-page stories on the severity of influenza so far this season. The New York Times story began with "It is not your imagination - more people you know are sick this winter, even people who have had flu shots."

Is this really a bad flu season? Before we answer that question, I would like to complain about what the Times wrote: 'more people you know are sick this winter, even people who have had flu shots". A similar sentiment appeared in a recent Forbes column "Influenza-like-illness is sweeping the country with the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention reporting that most areas of the country experiencing high rates. I should know, my family is in the midst of it despite having been vaccinated." Remember that having a respiratory illness does not mean that you have influenza - it could be caused by a number of other viruses which of course would not be blocked by influenza vaccine. Furthermore, the influenza vaccine is not 100% effective - it's about 60-70% effective in individuals younger than 65 years.

      
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