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Several current or former workers for the people behind those 1-800-GET-THIN ads have made allegations about this weight-loss enterprise that government regulators should have gotten to the bottom of long ago. Taken together, the allegations are that...
LABOLT (AP) — LaBolt Farmers Grain in LaBolt has been issued 13 safety violationcitations by the federal Occupational Safety and HealthAdministration (OSHA) with proposed penalties amounting to morethan $92,900. The agency issued a statement...
firstname.lastname@example.orgUp to 200 students at Chambersburg Area Senior High School will be tested for pulmonary tuberculosis on Friday because a case of the bacterial infection has been confirmed in someone at the school. Parents of the school’s 2,600 students received...
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Tags: High Blood Pressure, Taxation, Mike Davis, Politics, Cancer
KIAHHold the phone, there's yet another Octomom out there. Watch out Nayda Suleman. And this one does not live in the U.S., shockingly she lives in China, which has very strict family planning laws. At first when the "China Octomom" debuted a photo of her...
Tags: Guangzhou (China), China, Culture, Education, Social Issues
ATLANTA (AP) — More U.S. women are having twins these days. Health officials say one in every 30 babies is a twin. That's a huge increase over the last 30 years. In 1980, only one in 53 newborns was a twin. Experts attribute the jump mainly to...
Attorneys representing one of the two abortion doctors facing murder charges under Maryland's fetal homicide law want Cecil County's top prosecutor and Elkton's police chief held in contempt, saying they broke the law by discussing sealed indictments in...
Tags: Extradition, Lawyers, Laws, Abortion, Elkton
Norfolk Southern is seeking applicants to fill about two dozen positions as train conductors based in the Harrisburg region. Applicants should arrive by 7:45 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 5 , and expect to spend the entire day. The railroad anticipates adding 2,600...
A top federal scientist says more research is needed into possible health and environmental effects from shale gas drilling. Dr. Christopher Portier, director of the National Center for Environmental Health, said in an email to the Associated Press...
Meetings FRIDAY, JAN. 6 The Up North Network of BNI meets every Friday at the Elks Club in the Beacon Center, Charlevoix. Meetings are from 7-8:30 a.m. and visitors are welcome. For information or a reservation to attend, call Pam Ulvund, (231) 881-...
A few weeks ago, a rape victim showed up at the Laguna Beach Community Clinic, desperate to find out if she had been exposed to HIV and might end up with full-blown AIDS. Before November, the woman would have had to wait as long as six months to...
So it comes to this: The sheriff's office tagging vehicles that belong to the Baltimore Housing Authority, preparing them for seizure and auction. Like some common deadbeat, an actual governmental agency gets what is essentially a visit from the repo...
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