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  • Scheune Esch Sauer 14.07.2012
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  • Daniel DeKoter Attorney Has Over Thirty Years Of Experience In General Practice
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    Daniel DeKoter attorney currently serves on the Village Northwest Unlimited Board and East Oaks Estates Property Owners Association.
  • Study Makes Case For Teen Weight Loss Surgeries
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    In an effort to stem those numbers and prevent obese children from facing a lifetime of serious diseases, a new study is making a compelling case for offering bariatric surgery sooner in life, rather than later.
  • When Eating Healthy Can Come Back To Bite You
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    Doctors see a rise in people allergic to nickel, often found in healthy foods
  • Study: Dopamine Doubles Medicine Levels In Tumors
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    It’s often referred to as the “reward chemical” in your brain. Each time you do something pleasurable, like take a bite of dessert or pet a puppy, your brain releases a chemical known as dopamine as a way to reward and remind you of your experience.
  • Study: Alarming Number Of Kids Injuried On Stairs
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    The first national study to look at the number of young children who suffer stair-related injuries is out, and while the numbers inched lower during the 10 year study, the frequency of injuries is alarming.
  • Autism Study: Is Pill Or Parenting Better? Or Both?
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    So, in an effort to develop new treatment options for children on the autism spectrum, Michael Aman, PhD, is helping to conduct a unique study - one that asks a simple but important question: When it comes to treating children on the autism spectrum, is a pill or parenting more effective? Or both?
  • News Bulletin 13 July 2012 -- The Christian Institute
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    David Cameron has backed the right of Christians to wear a cross in the workplace during Prime Minister's Questions, and pledged to change the law if necessary to make the situation clear -- A new opinion Poll confirms that most people in Scotland want marriage to stay between a man and a woman -- Claims that the legalisation of euthanasia in Holland has 'not' led to an increase in the number of cases, have been questioned by a leading pro-life doctor -- Fourteen NHS abortion clinics have been found to have broken the rules, by allowing doctors to pre-sign forms authorising a termination -- Liberal Democrat minister Vince Cable has said that 'changing the definition of marriage is unnecessary' -- A Canadian woman who was diagnosed with cancer while she was pregnant and refused to have an abortion, has been nominated in a Mum of the Year competition -- Members of the Church of England's General Synod have voted to overwhelmingly back the right of Christians to live out their faith in public life -- And finally, with less than 2 weeks to go until the start of the London Olympics, Christian archer Jennifer Nichols has been drawing some extra inspiration, - from her 'quiver'.
  • “Bionic Arm” May Help Stroke Patients, Retrain Brain
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    80% of stroke patients lose use of arm, hi-tech brace could give new hope
  • Money and Markets TV - July 17, 2012
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    Nilus Mattive highlights the new Surface Transportation Bill, which allows private companies to contribute less money into their pension plans. Nilus says these retirement plans are dangerously underfunded, just like Social Security and Medicare.
  • Three British Soldiers killed by Afghan Wearing Police Uniform
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    The Ministry of Defence has confirmed three British NATO soldiers serving with the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards and one serving with the Royal Corps of Signals, have been killed while mentoring police in Afghanistan. The gunman was reported to be dressed in an Afghan police uniform when he shot at the soldiers at Check Point Kamparack Pul in Nahr-e-Saraj, Helmand Province, Afghanistan.
  • Greenpeace targets Shell pumps
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    Environmental campaigners Greenpeace today closed down a number of petrol stations in Edinburgh. This footage from The Greenpeace website shows the moment they first targeted two Shell petrol stations in Edinburgh in a protest against the company's plans to drill in the Arctic region. The Save the Artic banners are all over the site. Activists use the emergency shut-off switch, which stops petrol going to the pumps, to close the station. Protesters could be seen on the roof of the Shell station in Dalry Road early on Monday morning, and a man in a polar bear outfit chained himself to a pump before being cut free and led away by police.
  • Theresa May grilled over G4S Olympics shambles
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    Home secretary Theresa May faced a storm in the House of Commons in response to the Olympics security shambles around the huge shortfall in staff numbers. May admitted in Parlimant that army troops would be sent in during the Olympics because private contracters G4S were struggling to meet demand. "Concerns have arisen about the ability of G4S to deliver the required number of guards for all Olympic venues and within the time-scales available. The Defence Secretary and I, along with other ministers have been constantly monitoring the situation and the contracts over many months. And in consultation with Locog and G4S, we have now agreed that it would be prudent to deploy additional military support to provide greater reassurance. I have therefore requested additional MOD support and the Defence Secretary has authorised the deployment of a further 3,500 military personnel." Keith Vaz, Labour MP and Chairman of the Home Affairs Select Committee, was concerned over the safety of spectators to the sporting event. "G4S has let the country down and we have literally had to send in the troops. Can the Home Secretary give the House this assurance: That she is now satisfied that all the changes that she has announced today will mean that what we hope will be the greatest Games ever staged will be done securely for the safety of the visitors and the British people." Shadow Olympics minsiter Tessa Jowell stated that the issue needed to be resolved as soon as possible. "It is a serious problem, but I think it is a serious which has got to be sorted. And so all our energy and focus should be on solving this, putting in place a solution which will be the deployment of extra staff from the military and obviously making sure that the G4S contract reflects the fact that they delivered less than they promised."
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  • GlaxoSmithKline pleads guilty to £3bn fraud
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    UK pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline will plead guilty and pay a record breaking $3bn, to settle the largest case of healthcare fraud in US history. The settlement comes after a probe by the US Justice Department that investigated the company's marketing practices for nine of its products. GlaxoSmithKline pleaded guilty to misbranding the drugs Paxil, Wellbutrin and Avandia. Prosecutors claimed the company had encouraged the use of anti-depressant drug Paxil for children, even though it was not approved by anyone under the age of 18. Wellbutrin was also pushed for uses it was not approved for, including weight loss and sexual dysfunction. GSK failed to report safety data about diabetes drug Avandia to the Food and Drug Administration.
  • Crippled by Corruption - DN!
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    Democracy NOW! Chris Hayes joins us to discuss his new book, Twilight of the Elites - America After Meritocracy. Provided to you under Democracy NOW! creative commons license.
  • Barclay's Chief Exec Bob Diamond Resigns
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    Barclays Chief Executive Bob Diamond has announced his resignation this morning with immediate effect, over an interest rate-rigging scandal. He is the highest-profile victim so far in a probe that spans a dozen major banks across the world. This follows the resignation on Monday of the Chairman, Marcus Agius. After the chairman's resignation, politicians and shareholders continued to call for the chief executive's resignation. Agius will however temporarily take over the running of Barclays until a replacement is found. In a statement released by Mr Diamond he said 'I am stepping down because the external pressure on the bank risked "damaging the franchise' The move comes less than a week after the bank was fined a record amount by regulators in the UK and US for trying to manipulate inter-bank lending rates. Which underpin trillions of pounds worth of financial transactions. Prime Minister David Cameron has launched an inquiry into banking standards, describing the rigging of Libor rates as "a scandal". Mr Diamond will however still appear before MPs on the Treasury Committee to answer questions about the Libor affair on Wednesday.
  • China Makes Its Mark on the Fortune Global 500
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    Tony Sagami breaks down the latest Fortune magazine list of the world’s 500 largest companies. He notes that energy companies dominate the top ten, and that China now has the second-most companies on the list, overtaking Japan.
  • FDA Spying on Scientists - DN!
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    Democracy NOW! The Food and Drug Administration has been found to have launched a massive surveillance campaign targeting its own scientists for writing letters to journalists, members of Congress and President Obama. Provided to you under Democracy NOW! creative commons license.
  • Party Car
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    A pretty accurate representation of the way I drive