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  • Daylight Saving Switch Can Cause Accidents

     
    The yearly switch to daylight saving time certainly had us all out of sorts at the office, but did you know that the one-hour time jump is followed by more traffic accidents the next morning? The Monday after the clocks......
  • O'Reilly on birth control, Viagra

     
    by James Oliphant Here's Bill O'Reilly addressing the Planned Parenthood McCain attack ad that we posted earlier in the week, the one in which McCain awkwardly pauses after being asked why some health insurance plans cover erectile dysfunction drugs but.....
  • John McCain's age: No issue, until now

     
    by Mark Silva ST. PAUL, Minn. - The age of the seasoned Sen. John McCain had never been much of an issue in his campaign for president. Now it may be. The decision of the 72-year-old Arizona senator, who stands......
  • Are you ready for Hanna?

     
    Okay, so Hanna is not a hurricane. And it's likely to be weakened by the time it crosses the Carolinas and Southeastern Virginia and finally reaches Delmarva.No matter. Hanna will be a windy storm, with gobs of rain. The barometer has begun......
  • Worried sick over health costs, quality

     
    by Jim Tankersley and Christi Parsons Third in an occasional series, United States of Anxiety DETROIT-- Some days Mack MacQuarrie defies his Type 2 diabetes and submits to the temptations of a ballgame hot dog. Some days his legs swell,......
  • Zo???s busy week

     
    Author. Voter registration advocate. Medical center spokesman. Heat center Alonzo Mourning is busy these days. His autobiography, Resilience: Faith, Focus, Triumph, is scheduled to be released on Tuesday. He spent Wednesday on Florida college campuses ???...
  • FAU: "Best 1-5 team in the country"

     
    FAU gets back to its normal routine today, with a full practice as the Burrowing Birds prepare for Western Kentucky. But is anything "normal" these days? FAU is as unsettled as the economy, and nobody has found a stimulus......
  • Obama, McCain stiff voters on health facts

     
    by Frank James Why aren't the medical records of the presidential and vice presidential candidates an open book? That's the critical question raised in the last two days by presidential historian Robert Dallek in an opinion piece in the Washington......
  • Mailers: Return of Viagra vs. Birth Control

     
    Back in July, McCain did not exactly cover himself in glory when he feigned ignorance and declined to answer a question about why health insurers cover Viagra for men, but not birth control for women -- even though he had......
  • Biden: No scans for aneurysms

     
    by James Oliphant The Chicago Tribune reports that among recent medical records released by Sen. Joe Biden, the Democratic vice presidential nominee, there are no scans that might indicate the potential for another dehabilitating aneurysm such as the...
  • Robert Wexler wants your sympathy, money and votes

     
    U.S. Rep. Robert Wexler is looking for sympathy, money and votes. In a new fundraising and get-out-the-vote letter, Wexler tells constituents that he faces his "most difficult re-election ever" as he faces "two millionaire opponents" that he says "are...