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Anna Nicole Smith was plagued by unremitting pain most of her life, and her doctors did not break the law by prescribing medications to help her, attorneys for two physicians told jurors Wednesday in their closing arguments at the drug conspiracy trial.
In recent weeks, we have heard a barrage of news about the Tea Parties converging across America and the phenomenal impact they have already had sweeping incumbents from office.
The first of three defense attorneys has completed his closing argument in the Anna Nicole Smith drug conspiracy case, asking jurors to find a psychiatrist not guilty of illegally prescribing medication to the former Playboy model.
A Chinese company thought to have once been responsible for most of the human growth hormone smuggled into the United States pleaded guilty along with its CEO Wednesday to illegally selling the drug and agreed to pay $7.5 million.
Armstrong Williams hits on many important points about the Tea Party and the course it needs to take to implement its agenda in his column "Who rules the 'tea party'?" (Nation, Monday).
Dear Sgt. Shaft, I'm so depressed because the VA office denied my claim on behalf of my deceased husband who died as a result of interstitial pulmonary fibrosis (IPF). He served in Vietnam when Agent Orange was sprayed.
Recent winners of the Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine, and their research, according to the Nobel Foundation:
It's not a perfect test. Yet researchers report a key step for the first gene test aimed at reducing unnecessary angiograms _ expensive and somewhat risky procedures that hundreds of thousands of Americans have each year to check for clogged arteries. Most of these exams, done in hospital cardiac catheterization labs, turn out negative.
Have you ever worked on your laptop computer with it sitting on your lap, heating up your legs? If so, you might want to rethink that habit.