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Oriana Fallaci on Anti-Semitism

Panorama, April 18, 2002

Oriana Fallaci, one of Italy's most prominent journalists, has written a powerful polemic on anti-Semitism. It was the cover story in the current issue of Panorama, one of Italy's leading weekly news magazines. The issue came out this past Friday and by Saturday it was virtually sold out. There is much discussion about her article throughout Italy and a great deal of controversy surrounding it. As you will see, she minces no words and takes no prisoners. Some will undoubtedly ask if she is a Jew. She is not.


More Dietary Folate Lessens Stroke Risk

Thu May 2, 2002

By Alison McCook

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People who get enough folate in their diets seem to have a lower risk of stroke than those who eat fewer folate-rich foods, according to a new report.

The results are based on nutritional surveys of almost 10,000 adults conducted between 1971 and 1975 as part of a nationwide government health survey. The study authors also used medical records and death certificates to assess who amongst those surveyed later suffered stroke or cardiovascular disease.

'Huffing' solvent heads straight for brain's pleasure center


April 14, 2002

Scientists using brain-imaging techniques have found that a solvent commonly abused by youngsters behaves much the same as other addictive drugs, heading straight for the region of the brain known to be linked to reward and pleasure.

Images taken of the brains of baboons and mice as they absorbed the solvent toluene found it first hits the same spot as cocaine and other abused drugs before spreading generally to the entire brain and then being rapidly dispersed through the kidneys.


Most U.S. Kids Bike Ride with Bare Heads

Thu May 2, 2002

By Todd Zwillich

WASHINGTON (Reuters Health) - Less than half of all US kids wear helmets each time they ride a bicycle, and only one-third wear them while using in-line skates or scooters, according to a national survey released Thursday.

High Mercury Level Linked to Heart Disease Risk

Thu Apr 25, 2002

By Martha Kerr

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Men with higher amounts of mercury in their body are more likely to develop heart disease than men with lower levels, according to the results of a Finnish study presented on Wednesday at the American Heart Association's Asia Pacific Scientific Forum in Honolulu, Hawaii.

While the source of the mercury isn't entirely clear, the researchers suspect that men with high levels consumed large amounts of mercury-contaminated fish.

Presidents for the United States of America, (U. S. A.)

Presidents for the United States of America, (U. S. A.)

Before the Civil war. (1776 - 1860)


1. George Washington

April 30, 1789 - March 03, 1793

March 04, 1793 - March 03, 1797


2. John Adams

March 04, 1797 - March 03, 1801







Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances.