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Anger raises risk of heart attack

By Mark Henderson

A SHORT temper may be a short cut to a heart attack: scientists have discovered that men who get angry quickly are much more likely to suffer heart disease or a cardiac arrest. Research in the United States has found that young men who react to stress by becoming angry are three times more likely to develop premature heart disease, and are five times more likely to have an early heart attack.



by Robert Cohen

I received this letter from a dairy farmer.

Should any of your friends or relatives have this painful condition, please feel free to print this for them. Please also feel free to post this on your internet site. I require no credit or link to my website. Helping people is my reward. Making a positive difference in this world is one's highest pursuit.

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Black Raspberries May Thwart Colon Cancer

May 2, 2002

There is a potentially powerful biological weapon for health -- a mix of compounds suspected of thwarting colon cancer -- hiding deep inside the juicy sweetness of a black raspberry. And if it can be harnessed, it could play a major role in preventing the second leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States.

In a recent study, rats that were injected with a cancer-causing agent and then fed a berry-rich diet had 80 percent fewer malignant tumors compared to rats that had no berries in their diet.

Which Way Will Arafat Choose Now? Reconstruction or Terror?

The package incorporating Yasser Arafat's freedom from a month under siege in Ramallah, the transfer of six Palestinian assassins and terror chiefs to jail in Anglo-American custody and the lifting of the Israeli blockade of Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity, teetered on the brink of consummation from early Tuesday, April 30. The parties involved in the three-way negotiations, the Vatican, the United States, the UK, Israel and the Palestinians, explained that loose ends remained to be tied up.

DEBKAfile's sources have another explanation.


Palestinians adding bodies from cemetery to Jenin mass grave

MARGOT DUDKEVITCH - Apr. 30, 2002 The Jerusalem Post

Palestinians in the Jenin refugee camp are inflating the number of residents killed during Operation Defensive Shield by adding bodies of residents buried in a local cemetery to a mass grave that contains the bodies of 26 residents killed in the IDF operation, the army said yesterday.


An Apology

Following the latest atrocity in Jerusalem, Secretary Powell pleaded with the Palestinians to issue some form of denunciation. Arafat complained that only the Palestinian side is ever required to denounce terror. Predictably, the Palestinian denunciation later mumbles that they, "deplore the murder of civilians on both sides." Perhaps the Palestinians have a point, and so to set the record straight, I do hereby denounce the following in the name of the Jewish People:

1. All Jewish suicide bombers who have ever acted against Arabs.


A Venerable Voice in Israel Is Muted After Questioning Army's Actions

By MARY CURTIUS, Times Staff Writer

JERUSALEM -- To generations of Israeli fans, Yaffa Yarkoni has been "the Singer of the Wars." Whenever troops marched into battle, they could be sure Yarkoni would follow. Clad in fatigues, she raised spirits at the front with her rousing renditions of patriotic songs.