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Beating the gene pool

by Contributing Editor: Health Sciences Institute, 3/20/2002

We've known for over a decade that certain kinds of cancer seem to run in families. In many ways, that knowledge is helpful. But a genetic predisposition to cancer can also leave you feeling doomed.

That is certainly understandable. But more and more, we're learning that a family history doesn't mean your fate is cast in stone. There are many things you can do to mitigate that genetic risk - or even eliminate it completely.

The most accurate predictor of a person'spotential lifespan

by Contributing Editor: Health Sciences Institute, 3/21/2002

If you were asked to name the most accurate predictor of a person's potential lifespan, what would you say?

Smoking habits? Heart health? The presence of disease, like diabetes?

All good guesses. But according to new research, it's none of the above.

The miracle life extension therapy that's totally free

High Relationship Expectations Tied to Depression

Fri Mar 22, 2002

By Merritt McKinney

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Young women who have feelings of depression are more likely to have unreasonable expectations in their personal relationships, researchers in Canada report.

In a study of female college students, women who fit the criteria for dysphoria--a mix of anxiety, depression and irritability--tended to have higher expectations and standards for themselves and others in their personal relationships than women without dysphoria who had never been depressed, the investigators found.

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Estrogen Lotion May Cut Menopause Symptoms

Fri Mar 22, 2002

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An experimental estrogen lotion appears to reduce the number of hot flashes and other symptoms of menopause, according to results from a pivotal-stage trial of the drug Estrasorb presented here on Friday.

If approved by regulatory authorities, it would be the first estrogen replacement therapy in lotion form.

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White Poison Got Milk

ColorLines, by Shanti Rangwani, Mar 7, 2002

Got milk? If not, then thank your lucky stars. Because if you do, medical research shows that you are likely to be plagued by anemia, migraine, bloating, gas, indigestion, asthma, prostate cancer, and a host of potentially fatal allergies--especially if you are a person of color.

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Fascist Code Words

by Ron Lieberman

Some code words are euphemisms with political intent. A euphemism is the substitution of an agreeable word for one that is not so agreeable.

That's why we have the Department of Defense, rather than the Department of Killing People. The word Defense is friendly, and carries moral authority. When civilians are murdered by the Department of Killing People, the result is collateral damage. Fascist code words re-label theft and murder to make them appear as commerce and justice.

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The Attempted Assassination of Ronald Reagan

by Kristi Richardson & Mark Fisher

Talk about a small world! At about 2:30 in the afternoon of March 30, 1981, it became positively microscopic. Crouching on the sidewalk in front of the Washington Hilton, a young man who modeled himself on Robert DeNiro's not-so-right Travis Bickle character from the movie, Taxi Driver, drew a bead on the new president. Steadying his .22-caliber pistol in both hands, John Hinckley, Jr., began firing explosive "devastator" bullets at Ronald Reagan. In the ensuing pandemonium, the sixth slug found its mark.

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