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  • Suspect and A Setback In Al-Qaeda Anthrax Case - Scientist With Ties To Group Goes Free

    10/31/2006 2:52:25 PM PST · by RDTF · 19 replies · 1,031+ views
    Washington Post ^ | October 31, 2006 | Joby Warrick
    In December 2001, as the investigation into the U.S. anthrax attacks was gathering steam, coalition soldiers in Afghanistan uncovered what appeared to be an important clue: a trail of documents chronicling an attempt by al-Qaeda to create its own anthrax weapon. The documents told of a singular mission by a scientist named Abdur Rauf, an obscure, middle-aged Pakistani with alleged al-Qaeda sympathies and an advanced degree in microbiology. Using his membership in a prestigious scientific organization to gain access, Rauf traveled through Europe on a quest, officials say, to obtain both anthrax spores and the equipment needed to turn them...
  • Prosecution Witness: Zimmerman Did Not Press Gun to Martin's Chest

    07/03/2013 12:09:56 PM PDT · by servo1969 · 114 replies
    breitbart.com/Big-Government ^ | 7-3-2013 | Ben Shapiro
    On Wednesday at the George Zimmerman trial, the prosecution called yet another witness who ended up testifying for the defense: Florida Department of Law Enforcement firearm analyst Amy Siewert. The prosecution had contended that George Zimmerman was on top of Trayvon Martin and pressed his gun into Martin’s chest before firing and killing him. Siewert testified, however, that there was no forensic evidence that Zimmerman had pressed the gun to Martin’s chest. In fact, the gunpowder residue and other material evidence showed that the gun was touched to Martin’s shirt, and that Martin’s shirt was not pressed to his chest,...
  • Bomb squad removes unexploded firework from accident victim's chest

    05/30/2012 4:53:09 AM PDT · by TurboZamboni · 18 replies
    pioneer press ^ | 5-29-12 | sarah horner
    A Linwood Township man is in critical condition after the St. Paul Bomb Squad removed an unexploded firework from his chest over the holiday weekend. The 31-year-old apparently was shooting off illegal fireworks in the 6800 block of 225th Lane in Linwood Township about 9 p.m. Saturday, May 26, when a firework intended for the sky penetrated his chest, according to Cmdr. Paul Sommer, spokesman for the Anoka County sheriff's office. He had placed two rounds in a mortar tube and was holding the tube when the first round shot up and exploded in the air as intended. The other...
  • Learn Sarver Heart Center's Continuous Chest Compression CPR

    11/07/2011 6:57:39 PM PST · by Texas Fossil · 37 replies · 1+ views
    University of Arizona College of Medicine ^ | Original article May 4, 2010 | Gordon A. Ewy, MD
    Every three days, more Americans die from sudden cardiac arrest than the number who died in the 9-11 attacks. You can lessen this recurring loss by learning Continuous Chest Compression CPR, a hands-only CPR method that doubles a person’s chance of surviving cardiac arrest. It’s easy and does not require mouth-to-mouth contact, making it more likely bystanders will try to help, and it was developed at the University of Arizona College of Medicine. "This video is worth sharing," said Gordon A. Ewy, MD, director of the UA Sarver Heart Center and one of the research pioneers who developed this method....
  • King Tut suffered 'massive' chest injury, new research reveals

    11/12/2010 8:50:37 PM PST · by SunkenCiv · 93 replies · 1+ views
    Heritage Key ^ | Friday, November 5, 2010 | Owen Jarus
    One possibility that Dr. Harer ruled out is that of a chariot accident. "If he fell from a speeding chariot going at top speed you would have what we call a tumbling injury -- he'd go head over heels. He would break his neck. His back. His arms, legs. It wouldn't gouge a chunk out of his chest." Instead, at his Toronto lecture, Harer brought up another, more exotic possibility -- that Tut was killed by a hippo. It's not as far out an idea as it sounds, hippos are aggressive, quick and territorial animals, and there is an artefact...
  • Proof that women's chests really are a man's 'first fixation'

    09/05/2009 11:40:46 PM PDT · by Wardenclyffe · 74 replies · 11,376+ views
    Daily Mail ^ | 06th September 2009 | Helen Down
    Women have long complained that their faces are often the last thing men look at – and now a scientific study has proved them right. Researchers found that virtually half – 47 per cent – of men first glance at a woman’s chest. A third of the so-called ‘first fixations’ are on the waist and hips, while fewer than 20 per cent look at the face. Not only are breasts often the first thing men look at, they also glance at them for longer than any other body part, the experts discovered. It’s thought that the reason might be evolutionary,...
  • We Have a Tire Track On Our Chest": President Obama Faces Possible Rebellion of House Democrats

    08/18/2009 9:54:45 AM PDT · by Nachum · 13 replies · 1,331+ views
    ABC News ^ | 8/18/09 | Jake Tapper
    The president's liberal allies on health care reform have a message for the president: Don't think you can drop the public option without a fight. "If the president thinks we're gonna get the votes without the public option, he's got another think coming," Rep. Anthony Weiner, D-NY, told ABC News. "That won't pass the House." Over the weekend, the President seemed to change his tone on whether a final health care reform bill had to include a public option -- something that just two months ago, he indicated was a deal-breaker.
  • DEVELOPING AT DRUDGE: Biden taps reporter's chest(Assault?)

    09/19/2008 5:14:27 PM PDT · by IllumiNaughtyByNature · 72 replies · 280+ views
    Drudge ^ | 9/19/2008 | DRUDGE
    Biden taps reporter's chest, tells him, 'you need to work on your pecs'... Developing... Idunno...Drudge seems to think it's more important than nObama and the Logan Act.
  • Singer slammed for baring chest

    01/16/2008 4:29:06 PM PST · by Nachum · 18 replies · 8,479+ views
    News24.com ^ | 1-16-08 | staff
    Kuala Lumpur - A popular rock singer has apologised for sparking an uproar in Muslim-majority Malaysia by baring his chest during a live TV concert and will do community service to atone for the stunt, his record company said on Wednesday. Faizal Tahir - one of Malaysia's most exuberant stage performers - stripped off his jacket, undershirt and belt and flung them into the audience at a Kuala Lumpur concert on Sunday. The moves revealed a bright red Superman logo painted on his chest. Television network 8TV said in a statement it was "utterly shocked and caught by surprise" by...
  • Without Mouth-to-Mouth, CPR Still Works

    03/17/2007 5:55:09 AM PDT · by shrinkermd · 5 replies · 323+ views
    New York Times and AP ^ | 17 March 2007 | Staff
    Chest compressions — not mouth-to-mouth resuscitation — seem to be the key in helping someone recover from cardiac arrest, according to new research that further bolsters advice from heart experts. A study in Japan showed that people were more likely to recover without brain damage if rescuers focused on chest compressions rather than on rescue breaths, and some experts advised dropping the mouth-to-mouth part of CPR altogether. The study was published yesterday in The Lancet. More than a year ago, the American Heart Association revised CPR guidelines to put more emphasis on chest presses, recommending 30 instead of 15 for...
  • Mothers Get Heart Risk Off Their Chests

    02/15/2007 8:05:05 AM PST · by blam · 7 replies · 305+ views
    New Scientist ^ | 2-15-2007
    Mothers get heart risk off their chest 15 February 2007 From New Scientist Print Edition. Breastfeeding is well known to boost an infant's health, and now it seems it may be good for the mother as well. In a study of 96,648 nurses who gave birth between 1986 and 2002, those who had spend at least two years of their lives breastfeeding were 19 per cent less likely to suffer a heart attack than those who hadn't breastfed at all. The difference was independent of any of the usual risk factors for heart disease, such as family history, diet or...
  • Antique help needed...

    08/24/2006 10:24:24 PM PDT · by Number57 · 26 replies · 564+ views
    Need help identifying this cabinet I found last year next to my apt's dumpster (heck yeah I grabbed it). My first guess was a liquor cabinet. Will take more pics if I need to, but I can say that I haven't found any kind of identifying label or tag:
  • Finance reformer has huge war chest (Meehan)

    03/07/2006 9:43:27 AM PST · by george76 · 24 replies · 742+ views
    Boston Globe ^ | March 7, 2006 | Rick Klein and Douglas Belkin
    Meehan leads US House with campaign funds Representative Martin T. Meehan has gained national exposure in recent years as a champion of efforts to reduce the influence of money in politics. Now, the Lowell Democrat is poised to achieve a new distinction: He is days away from becoming the only House member in the nation with a campaign war chest that tops $5 million, with an eye on a possible run for the Senate. some $2 million more than any of the other 434 House members, and $2.7 million more than any of the nine other representatives from Massachusetts.... With...
  • OFFICIAL "I'VE GOT A COLD FEEL SORRY FOR ME" GRIPE THREAD.

    12/05/2005 1:02:08 AM PST · by Dallas59 · 55 replies · 1,114+ views
    Chat ^ | 12/05/2005 | Me
  • [Theo van Gogh and] "Education By Murder" in Holland

    11/16/2004 11:23:33 AM PST · by stevejackson · 19 replies · 939+ views
    War to Mobilize Democracy ^ | November 16, 2004 | Daniel Pipes
    Editor's note: Readers may also be interested in Holland: Portent of Things to Come? and Dutch Center-Right Coalition Stands up to Islamism."Education by murder" describes the slow and painful way people wake up to the problem of radical Islam. It took 3,000 deaths to wake up Americans, or at least to wake up the half of them who are conservative. Likewise, it took hundreds of deaths in the Bali explosion to semi-wake up Australians; it took the Madrid assault for Spaniards, and the Beslan atrocity for Russians. Twelve workers beheaded in Iraq awoke the Nepalese.But it took just one death...
  • Popular Drug For Chest Pain May Promote Blood Vessel Damage (Nitroglycerin)

    02/07/2004 8:49:12 AM PST · by blam · 1 replies · 187+ views
    Science Daily ^ | 2-7-2004 | Duke University
    Source: Duke University Medical Center Date: 2004-02-06 Popular Drug For Chest Pain May Promote Blood Vessel Damage DURHAM, NC -- Nitroglycerin -- a drug commonly prescribed for the treatment of chest pain in patients with heart conditions -- has the frustrating property that its beneficial effects are short-lived. Now, new research conducted by a German group and Howard Hughes Medical Institute investigators at Duke University Medical Center reveals the cellular mechanism underlying the drug's lost efficacy and raises additional concern about its potential to cause long-term injury. In rats treated with nitroglycerin for a period of three days, the activity...
  • Discovery Of 'Hot Pepper' Receptor In Heart May Explain Chest Pain, Lead To New Treatments

    09/01/2003 10:49:05 AM PDT · by blam · 10 replies · 302+ views
    Science Daily ^ | 9-1-2003 | Penn State
    Source: Penn State Date: 2003-09-01 Discovery Of 'Hot Pepper' Receptor In Heart May Explain Chest Pain, Lead To New TreatmentsThe secret to heart attack chest pain may be on the tip of your tongue. Although they may seem unlikely bedfellows, Penn State College of Medicine researchers found evidence to suggest that the same type of nerve receptors that register the burning sensation from hot peppers in the mouth may cause the sensation of chest pain from a heart attack. "Our study is the first to demonstrate that the 'hot pepper' receptor exists on the heart and may be responsible for...
  • Pinoy Siamese twins separated

    08/20/2003 7:08:07 AM PDT · by freepatriot32 · 7 replies · 656+ views
    philstar.com | 08/19/2003 | Sheila Crisostomo
    HUALIEN CITY, Taiwan — Conjoined twins from a poor barangay in Pasil town in Kalinga province were successfully separated at the Tzu Chi Medical Center here by a team of prominent doctors. Conjoined at the upper abdomen and chest, one-year-old Lea and Rachel Awel seemed fated to live under each other’s shadow for the rest of their lives. But thanks to the Tzu Chi Foundation, which shouldered the cost of the operation, the girls now have a chance to live separate and normal lives. The operation, which was undertaken by 60 doctors, nurses and other medical staff headed by...