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US asks a disturbing question: What did the President know?

By Rupert Cornwell in Washington

17 May 2002

At last the dam has broken. For eight months America has tiptoed around the most disturbing questions of all surrounding 11 September. Did the Bush administration fail to act on the evidence it had in hand, and prevent the worst terrorist attack in modern history?


The Running Amok of the Pharma-Cartel: The EU Pharmaceutical Directive

On June 1, the European Commission will introduce a new directive (EU Directive 2001/83) to the European Parliament. It tries to classify all substances used by humans to improve their health to prescription drugs. This measure would apply even if the substance were a:

Amino acid
or is derived in any way from plants, animal, human or synthetic sources.

Migraine Glossary


an imaging technique that provides a picture, called an angiogram, of blood vessels.


a symptom of classic migraine headache in which the patient sees flashing lights or zigzag lines, or may temporarily lose vision.

basilar artery migraine

migraine, occurring primarily in young women and often associated with the menstrual cycle, that involves a disturbance of a major brain artery. Symptoms include vertigo, double vision, and poor muscular coordination.

Why Rabin Was Murdered

by Barry Chamish

The two questions I am most often asked are, Why Was Rabin Murdered and Who Did It? In my book Who Murdered Yitzhak Rabin? due to be released by Feral House of Venice, CA this week, I answer neither question. I will not answer who did it, though I believe I know, as I announced previously, because it's too risky. However, finally I will present the most plausible scenario why.


Whooping Cough Makes Global Comeback

Sat Apr 27, 2002

By EMMA ROSS, AP Medical Writer

MILAN, Italy (AP) - Whooping cough, largely regarded as an infant disease, is making a global comeback in all age groups, experts said Saturday.

Scientists don't know why but suspect that protection from immunization wears off after a few years and that the bug has outsmarted vaccines used to control it for decades.


Creatine May Help Older Men

Wed May 1, 2002

By IRA DREYFUSS, Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON (AP) - Creatine may not be just for young athletes. Older men who took the supplement increased strength in just a week, a study found.

Athletes use creatine to get stronger for competition. But this study indicates the supplement may help older men in such ordinary things as getting out of a chair.

Population Breathing Bad Air

Thu May 2, 2002

By STEPHANIE GASKELL, Associated Press Writer

NEW YORK (AP) - Half the country's population is breathing unhealthy amounts of air pollution, according to a survey by the American Lung Association.

The findings, released Wednesday as part of the group's annual "State of the Air" report, show that more than 142 million Americans live in places with high levels of ozone air pollution, commonly known as smog.

'Controlled Crying' Helps Babies, Moms Get Sleep

Fri May 3, 2002

By Amy Norton

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - "Controlled crying," a long-used tactic for teaching fussy babies to fall asleep on their own, may also ease the mother's depression, new study findings suggest.

Australian researchers found that teaching mothers controlled-crying techniques reduced their babies' sleep problems over 2 months. Moreover, it also appeared to help women who reported symptoms of depression, according to findings published in the May 4th issue of the British Medical Journal.