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A War in the Planning for Four Years

Centre for Research on Globalisation (CRG) at globalresearch.ca

11 November 2001

by Michael Ruppert

Zbigniew Brzezinski and the CFR Put War Plans in a 1997 Book – It is “A Blueprint for World Dictatorship,” Says a Former German Defense and NATO Official Who Warned of Global Domination in 1984, in an Exclusive Interview With FTW

Summary

“THE GRAND CHESSBOARD – American Primacy And It’s Geostrategic Imperatives,” Zbigniew Brzezinski, Basic Books, 1997.

Tea May Protect Heart Attack Survivors

Mon May 6, 2002

By Suzanne Rostler

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Heart attack patients who are tea drinkers may survive longer than their peers who choose to consume a different type of beverage, researchers report.

Their study found that patients who drank the most tea were the least likely to die for up to 4 years regardless of their weight, smoking habits or history of diabetes and high blood pressure.

Shiatsu 'Massage Machine' Linked to Artery Problem

Mon May 6, 2002

By Alison McCook

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - In two cases, patients developed a potentially life-threatening arterial problem, possibly caused by a type of shiatsu "massage machine," researchers report. Shiatsu is a type of therapeutic massage in which a person typically massages acupuncture pressure points using the thumbs and palm.

Surgical Technique Straightens Curved Penis

By Keith Mulvihill

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Preliminary study findings suggest that a less invasive surgical technique is a promising way to correct curvature of the penis, according to a report.

Aside from the negative emotional consequences of having a curved penis, the condition can often cause painful erections and severely inhibit a man's ability to engage in sexual intercourse.

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Annual Exam Abandoned by Docs, Desired by Patients

Mon May 6, 2002

By Charnicia E. Huggins

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - The idea that individuals should undergo annual medical check-ups was abandoned by American health professionals several years ago, but many patients still think that such exams are necessary, new study findings show.

These patients may be unaware that annual comprehensive physical examinations have been shown to have little or no value and have thus been rejected by the American Medical Association, the US Public Health Service and various other medical organizations.

Breast-Feeding for 6 Months Can Cut Infections

Mon May 6, 2002

By Alicia Ault

BALTIMORE (Reuters Health) - Breast-feeding for 6 months provides a greater reduction in a baby's risk of respiratory infections than feeding for fewer months, according to a study presented here Monday at the Pediatric Academic Societies meeting.

Brand Name Drug Makers Defend Existing Patent Laws

Mon May 6, 2002

By Todd Zwillich

WASHINGTON (Reuters Health) - With congressional hearings set to continue this week on efforts to revise federal drug patent laws, the brand name pharmaceutical industry on Monday strongly defended the existing law as essential to maintaining market fairness for its products.

Paxil in Pregnancy Linked to Baby's Complications

Mon May 6, 2002

By Alicia Ault

BALTIMORE (Reuters Health) - Using the antidepressant Paxil late in pregnancy seems to be associated with a higher rate of complications in the newborn, but the findings do not mean women should not take the drug, Canadian researchers reported here Monday at the Pediatric Academic Societies meeting.

Bad Birth Experience Lowers Chance of More Kids

Mon May 6, 2002

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who suffer through a difficult or traumatic delivery for a first child may be less likely to have subsequent children, a recent study reveals.

In the study, women who were the most satisfied with their care, who were proud of their own achievement and who felt supported were nearly twice as likely to have a second child within the next 10 years, compared with women who had a negative birth experience.

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