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Gandolfini's sudden death all too ordinary
Thu Jun 20, 2013
My first thought was also a Pulmonary Embolism. With his height, weight, and the long flight all taken into consideration - DVT's & PE's often are fatal.
Schools sued over yoga program for kids
Thu Feb 21, 2013
The children have a right to opt out. Well mom & dad, have them opt out.
Hillary Clinton hospitalized after doctors discover blood clot
Mon Dec 31, 2012
Wow, how can anyone wish such harm on another human being? There are many different factors that can cause clots, flu, inactivity, obesity, auto-immune disorders, flying, dehydration, hyperhomocystenemia, but I'm no doctor either.
Woman told she was 'too fat to fly' sues Southwest Airlines
Fri May 4, 2012
It is agreed that seating has been made smaller, not only closer to those seated next to you, but leg room as well.
Mystery epidemic devastates Central American region
Sun Feb 12, 2012
If the employers are not allowing enough breaks to properly hydrate, I'd have to question the ability to utilize the facilities (putting it in a more pleasant manner).
Geologists say Ohio quakes directly tied to fracking
Fri Jan 6, 2012
The New Madrid Fault has been discussed by many specialists in the field as of late. What they "predict" will happen could possibly be enhanced with the help of shifting tetonic plates during the course of fracking.
4.0 earthquake strikes in northeast Ohio
Sat Dec 31, 2011
Benjoh, you're the only one I've seen mention the New Madrid Fault, perhaps others might do a bit of research on what the USGS has mapped out as potential happenings. It's quite a read.
Fed lent banks nearly $8 trillion during crisis, report shows
Mon Nov 28, 2011
I'd like to see the actual breakdown of how much went to the actual banks and how much alleged "compensation" a/k/a bonuses went to the corporate bigwigs to further line their pockets.
Parents of Adolf Hitler Campbell lose custody of newborn Hons
Tue Nov 22, 2011
I did read the article, however it was "alleged" violence in the home that triggered the subsequent removal of the children. No facts are given that I'm able to see. If, in fact, the allegations are or were proven false and if, in fact, there are no grounds to take custody of the newborn or the …
Winter brings more yawns than summer, study claims
Wed Sep 28, 2011
I see said the blind one. Evidently if you have certain degrees (no pun intended) after your name you can clearly state that the brain needs to be cooled down rather than there's less oxygen in the air when the trees and plant life are not flourishing.
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