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  • So Paul Reiter is thretening to sue the IPCC because he was a "key IPCC contributor", eh?


  • In rare cases, extreme instances of salmonella poisoning can lead to a disease called Reiter's Syndrome, which is associated with chronic arthritis.


  • Victims of both infections are also at risk of developing a form of reactive arthritis called Reiter's Syndrome, which typically affects large weight-bearing joints such as the knees and the lower back.


  • There is something commonly known as Reiter's Syndrome and is reactive arthritis.


  • Some persons infected with salmonella poisoning will go on to develop pains in their joints, irritation of the eyes, and painful urination-a condition called Reiter's syndrome-which can last for months or years and can lead to chronic arthritis; antibiotic treatment does not make a difference in whether or not the person later develops arthritis.


  • Reiter reports that the program, which has also included lessons in managing emotions for teachers, is having a "major, major impact" on them, as well.

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  • Reiter has embraced a philosophy known as social and emotional learning, called SEL by its proponents, that focuses on teaching children the skills and strategies to recognize and moderate their own emotions and to manage conflicts with others.

    Katherine Gustafson: Can You Teach Emotional Intelligence?

  • "I'm telling you we have kids that can really be off the wall, that have really extreme behavioral issues," Reiter told me.

    Katherine Gustafson: Can You Teach Emotional Intelligence?

  • In Washington state, authorities estimate it will take $6 million to restore the Reiter Pit because of ORV damage.

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  • She used to date Christopher Reiter, the 40-ish owner of Muléh boutique, but now is involved with Ebong Eka, a mid-30s man-about-town accountant/aspiring designer.

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