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Top Ten Articles We Think You Should Read (March 25 – March 31)

In Economy, Hillary Clinton, International, Political, Top Ten, Uncategorized on April 9, 2013 at 8:56 pm

2in china bird flueTwo in China are first-known deaths from H7N9 bird flu

USA Today – March 31, 2013

Two Chinese men are the first humans to die from a lesser-known strain of bird flu. A third person also has contracted the disease and is in critical condition. There is no sign the three contracted the disease from the same source and no sign of human-to-human transmission according to Chinese officials. The H7N9 strain is considered a low pathogenic strain that cannot be easily contracted. The majority of individuals who contract bird flu have the H1N1 strain.


south africa praysSouth Africa prays for Mandela’s recovery

AlJazeera – March 28, 2013

At age 94, Nelson Mandela, ­is reported as “responding well” to treatments for a recurring lung infection. The anti-apartheid icon, who also served as South Africa’s president for five years, has received much national and international support as he ages on various social media sites, including Facebook and Twitter, where supporters have been wishing him well and to be discharged soon.


7000 warned7,000 warned of potential HIV, hepatitis exposure

CNN – March 28, 2013

After the discovery of multiple health violations at a local dentist’s office in the Owasso suburb of Oklahoma, some 7,000 patients are being notified that they could have been exposed to HIV or hepatitis over the past six years. Dentist W. Scott Harrington voluntarily stopped practicing after the onset of the investigation.

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North Korea: The Time-Out Kid of the Moment

In Hillary Clinton, North Korea, Nuclear Weapons, South Korea on December 8, 2010 at 7:32 pm


By Marisa McKay

After the military drills on the island of Yeonpyeon in the Yellow Sea, tensions between the rival nations of North and South Korea reached a recent high. North Korea sees the long-disputed island as their territory, and South Korea, who uses the island primarily for military activity sees it as theirs. North Korea, on November 29, upped the ante in terms of whose nuclear weapons are bigger when it threatened South Korea if this military use of the island continued. Why doesn’t someone just take the island away from them both and tell North Korea to stop being such a bully? Enter Hillary Clinton.

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