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Problems may lie in misnomer

Synthetic marijuana is believed to be behind a rash of hospitalizations and overdoses as it makes its debut on shelves in cities around the world. 405 more words

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Washington State Attorney General Office: Intent to Sue Federal Government over Protection of Hanford Employees

After 20 years and many reports and studies, federal government still not adequately protecting Hanford workers

SEATTLE — Attorney General Bob Ferguson is sending the U.S. 672 more words

Awareness

A weekend of pedestrian carnage

This killer motorist mounted the pavement:

Sophie Brannan, her 10-year-old friend and the friend’s uncle were hit by a black Vauxhall Astra which mounted the pavement in the Maryhill area of Glasgow yesterday evening.

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Road Traffic Accidents in Ghana: A Public Health Concern, and a Call for Action in Ghana, (and the Sub-Region)

Read  full  paper  at:

http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=51371#.VGVZImfHRK0

Author(s)

Albert Coleman

Affiliation(s)

Centre for Bioethics, Medical Law and Patient Advocacy, Sekondi, Ghana.

ABSTRACT

This paper highlights the increasing problem of road traffic accident (RTA) related morbidity and mortality in Ghana, and the public health measures needed to control the problem. 1,247 more words

Sterilization and Misdirection: How the Indian Government is Pointing Fingers at Everyone But Itself

Earlier this week it came to light that 12 women died after receiving botched government-sanctioned sterilizations in Chhatisgarh, India.  As the internet’s ire and public opinion weighed down on the actors in this scandal, fingers were pointed and people were blamed.   459 more words

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Drug finds new home overseas

Over the last two weeks, synthetic marijuana has claimed the lives of two young Swedish men causing the European Union to consider pleas from concerned citizens. 55 more words

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