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Freedom Before Democracy

By Stuart K. Hayashi,

April 5, 2002
Almost everyone believes that democracy equals freedom.

Not surprisingly, anti-capitalist activist Michael Moore often invokes democracy. “I’ve read the U.S. Constitution, and the word ‘shareholder’ doesn’t appear once in it,” he says. “It’s a Democracy." (Actually, the word “democracy” doesn’t appear in the Constitution either.)

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St. John’s Wort Study Misinterpreted Says Herbal Science Group

AMERICAN BOTANICAL COUNCIL

P.O. Box 144345
Austin, TX 78714-4345
Ph: 512-926-4900; fax 512-926-2345

www.herbalgram.org

News Release

Contact: Cheryl Dipper

American Botanical Council
512-926-4900 x 121
Email: cdipper@herbalgram.org

Austin, TX. (April 9, 2002).

EU Food Supplement Directive

There are proposed regulations in Europe that, if allowed to become law, will negatively effect both the availability and price of many of your favorite dietary supplements. Vitamin Research Products is proud to join the support for the cause, as embraced by many concerned consumers and manufacturers of the supplement community.

What Do Those Barks Mean? To Dogs, It's All Just Talk

By MARK DERR

The popular understanding of dog barking is almost like a silly riddle: Why do dogs bark? Because they can.

But a small band of researchers around the world, trying to separate fact from speculation, are finding that dogs almost always bark for a reason, even if that reason isn't apparent to humans.

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Autistic Kids May Not Recognize Mom From Early On

Tuesday April 24, 2001

By Suzanne Rostler

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - An inability to recognize familiar faces by the age of 1 year may signal the type of abnormal brain development characteristic of autism, new study findings suggest.

Children at Risk for Medical Errors in the Hospital

Tuesday April 24, 2001

By Keith Mulvihill

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Nearly one out of every 17 medications ordered by doctors for infants and children in the hospital is incorrect, according to a new study.

Many of these mistakes are caught before a child is given an incorrect dosage or drug. However, the rate of near misses or close calls is three times higher in children and infants than it is in adults, lead author Dr. Rainu Kaushal of Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts, explained in an interview with Reuters Health

Gum Disease Linked to Diabetes

Tuesday April 24, 2001

By Jason Kahn

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Chronic gum disease may increase the risk of type 2, or adult-onset, diabetes, researchers report.

Diabetes was already known to increase the risk of gum disease, and the reverse may be possible, too, investigators said recently at a dental research meeting in Bethesda, Maryland.