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The doctor will e-mail you now (Independent)
Imagine consulting your GP online from the comfort of your home. Private patients can already do this.
Why GM''s Plan Won''t Work (BusinessWeek Online via Yahoo! News)
If General Motors Corp. were any other company, its problems would have sorted themselves out a long time ago. Logic says that when your cash holdings exceed your entire valuation in the stock market, some Wall Street shark is going to swoop in, snap up the good parts, and toss the rest. Companies with bloated factories and workforces got religion the hard way 20 years ago, in the days of
Paying a heavy price (San Bernardino County Sun)
Able Richardson should weigh no more than 140 pounds. But at 5-foot-9 and more than 500 pounds, the 15-year-old Rialto boy is more than simply overweight.
Health Alert: Making babies, Part II (WIS-TV Columbia)
(Undated) April 29, 2005 - For two years Karen and Andy Carcher of Florence tried to get pregnant through natural and assisted methods. Nothing was working.
Bleak future for kids Inactivity, bad diet fuel soaring diabetes, obesity rates (L.A. Daily News)
Today''s youths face a daunting future. Collectively, they are set to become the first generation of Americans to have a shorter life span than their parents.
Home cooking made really easy (Bradenton Herald)
MANATEE - Verneda and Julio Pabon used to bring home curbside take-out for dinner for themselves and their kids. With a combined 100-hour work week, the couple saw few alternatives to eating out.
Find Your Investing Edge (Morningstar.com via Yahoo! Finance)
Maximize returns by sticking to your strengths.
Why GM''s Plan Won''t Work (BusinessWeek)
...and the ugly road ahead
MILLER TIME: Sox swear they''ll be cautious in using ex-Astro (Patriot Ledger)
BOSTON - To a dieter, Wade Miller is that big slab of chocolate cake calling out from the back of the fridge. To a recovering alcoholic, he is the beckoning open door of the corner bar.
Yorac opposes Cojuangcos control of San Miguel (INQ7.net)
HER POOR health may have something to do with it but Haydee Yorac''s close associates claim that the feisty lawyer got fed up with having her policies undermined by MalacaÃ±ang.