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  • I hope Barry and Micki enjoy their 9-day galivant through the Orient while our military remains in Harm's Way and millions of Americans are out of work!

    Obama pays tribute to military in Alaska

  • Harm from the flu vaccine is possible, but a highly remote risk.

    David Katz, M.D.: What to Do About Flu? Get Vaccinated

  • Do No Harm is done and dusted, bar a read-through by MGM and I hope that won't mean anything major.

    Heath Ledger

  • The kids in Harm's family swore just as colorfully as he did, which sent Margie and Gillam into frequent giggles.

    MORE FROM GINNY BATES: ALLIE

  • In a review article published today in Harm Reduction Journal, Dr. Melamede from the University of Colorado, Colorado Springs, USA, writes that although cannabis smoke and tobacco smoke are chemically very similar, evidence suggests that their effects are very different and that cannabis smoke is less carcinogenic than tobacco smoke.

    Sunday, Sanguine Sunday

  • Harm is done when the scientist counts himself fully busy, or is in fact too lazy, to explain himself fully to the politician; still greater harm is done when he becomes, and talks as, an amateur politician without clearly "declaring his interest" and his change of garment.

    The Dangers of the Nuclear Age

  • Long-term Harm of Low Preparedness for a Wife's Death From Cancer

    A Long Legacy of Affection

  • The purpose of the website is to provide you with a source of current accurate list of troop’s that are serving in Harm’s Way with a complete MAILING

    P.O.W. Network

  • Both Patrick O'Hare, who founded in Liverpool the organization now called Harm Reduction International, and Nanna Gotfredsen, founder and director of Copenhagen's Street Lawyers, who run a clean needle program and other services for drug users and addicts, watch with alarm as the gains they have made dealing with addicts over previous decades erode.

    Stanton Peele: AA is Ruining the World

  • I may have a hard time defending against any of those arguments, but I will refuse to budge in calling Harm's Way a play of absolute vitality with a quick-witted intelligence, as close to Greek or Shakespearean tragedy as it is to current events.

    All articles at Blogcritics

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