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Archives of: November 2010

Jonathan Serrie

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November 30, 2010

05:05 PM

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Study: Dosing Problems Common in Kids’ Meds

A new study suggests widespread inconsistencies in dosing directions for over-the-counter children's liquid medications. The study is scheduled to appear in the December 15 issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association. However, JAMA released the study online this afternoon "because of its public health importance." The study began in late 2009, when the Food and Drug Administration ... read more

Archives of: November 2010


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Leland Vittert

November 30, 2010 2:58 PM

Israeli Army going back to Basics

In 1948 commanders in the very new Israeli Defense Forces realized they would need a new way for soldiers to fight that would useful in the urban environment that faces them against enemies often living in the same village. A solution to this problem became the basis for Krav Maga.  It is street fighting: violent, merciless and lacking the finesse or beauty of martial ... read more



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Greg Palkot

November 30, 2010 2:56 PM

Simmering Korea Tensions

IMJINGAK, SOUTH KOREA --  North Korean defectors gathered  just south of  the tense border between North and South Korea Tuesday.    They sent aloft balloons carrying political messages and American dollars to those on the other side. Sang Hak Park fled Pyongyang ten years ago. “We are here to let the people of North Korea know,” he said “ the truth behind Kim ... read more



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Amy Kellogg

November 30, 2010 1:59 PM

British Students Protest Again

Student protests in the UK on Tuesday appeared to be much more peaceful than the previous two. Thousands of students turned out, but the police kept them in check, and the threat of the group being “kettled” or kept trapped in a cordoned area like last time, caused the protestors to largely disperse.  Last week, a large group of students were held until fairly late ... read more



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Greg Burke

November 30, 2010 12:28 PM

Italian Students Get Rowdy In Rome

While Italian students blocked traffic, threw eggs and tussled with police in an attempt to show their displeasure with the Berlusconi government’s education reform, they’ll need to do a lot more than that to make any serious changes in the system. The students have a right to be angry, but neither Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi nor his Education Minister, ... read more



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Mike Tobin

November 30, 2010 10:12 AM

Gunman Shoots Himself After Hostage Standoff at Wis. High School

We have learned this morning that the hostage standoff in Marinette High school in Northern Wisconsin lasted longer than what was first reported. Police say the 15 year old gunman was a student in the class. It was the final class of the day and the students were watching a film when the gunman shot the film projector. He refused to let students leave and they sat for ... read more



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Mike Tobin

November 29, 2010 5:34 PM

Police: Father of Missing Boys is Lying

As police and volunteer searchers scour the Ohio/Michigan border for signs of life from 3 missing boys, they know one thing: The father’s story does not add up.  39 year old John Skelton ... read more



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Greg Palkot

November 29, 2010 4:16 PM

Tensions Remain High in the Yellow Sea

SEOUL -- The USS George Washington aircraft carrier was steaming through troubled waters Monday, leading a joint U.S.-South Korean naval exercise in the Yellow Sea off the Korean peninsula. This just days after the North Korean shelling of South Korea's Yeonpyeong Island last week, which left 4 dead, 18  injured and massive destruction. The North's message from that? ... read more



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Amy Kellogg

November 29, 2010 2:09 PM

The World Responds to Wikileaks

For those who follow the intricacies of politics in the Middle East and the Persian Gulf, the Wikileaks revelations were no shock. Arab worries over Iran’s nuclear program were well known—just never publicized as they now have been. From Saudi King Abdullah allegedly urging the U.S. to bomb Iran’s nuclear facilities, to “cut off the head of the snake,” to a UAE ... read more



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Claudia Cowan

November 29, 2010 1:18 PM

Not Cool Say Some About S.F.’s Sit-Lie Law

A new law targeting those who hang out, and lie down, on the sidewalks and streets of San Francisco has some asking whether this city, known for its "love thy neighbor" attitude, has perhaps decided some neighbors aren't welcome. In November, 53% of voters here passed Prop. L, which forbids people from sitting or lying on public sidewalks from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. The ... read more



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Yonat Friling

November 29, 2010 12:20 PM

Israel’s New Head of Mossad

Israeli Prime Minister appointed the former deputy of Mossad, Tamir Pardo to head the Israeli Intelligence agency. Pardo served in senior positions in the Mossad for many years, as well as in various operative units. He left the agency in 2009, before which he served as deputy Mossad chief. In a statement issued Monday, Netanyahu praised Pardo's rich experience in the ... read more