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Friday, July 29, 2011 » 02:09pm The attempted suicide of two asylum seekers in a Darwin detention centre has highlighted the need for urgent government action, a refugee advocacy group says. Ian Rintoul from the Refugee Action Coalition, in a statement released on Friday, said advocates welcomed news that the Federal Ombudsman would hold an [...]

AVON, Conn., Aug 03, 2011 (BUSINESS WIRE) –National Imaging Associates (NIA), a subsidiary of Magellan Health Services /quotes/zigman/91048/quotes/nls/mgln MGLN -1.95% , and the American College of Radiation Oncology (ACRO), the professional medical society established for educational and scientific purposes to advance the science and practice of radiation oncology, today announced the signing of a collaborative [...]

Is this a good essay to convince my parents to let me get my navel pierced? Anything I should add change. Here is the essay. Navel piercing The reasons why I want a navel piercing are : they look cute, it will cover the scar in my belly button, and I have perfect belly button [...]

Article by Ancestral Atlas Interest in family tree research is growing rapidly, with North America, the UK and the Antipodies leading the way. Perhaps this is hardly surprising as North America, Australia and new Zealand are the ‘new World’ seeded by Europe, and by Britain and Ireland in particular. the histories of all these countries [...]

I'm studying nursing in the UK, but intend to work in the US (CA) after I graduate. I know I'll have to take the nclex-rn before I can register for work, but my question is will I have to register as a general nurse or specialize? Here in the UK you complete a common foundation [...]

question: which phone would you recommend among the Samsung Galaxy Fit. Galaxy Pop, Galaxy Pro and LG Optimus one? my requirements are a good processor preferably above 600mhz a confirmed update to Android 2.3 and a good screen. –by Rahul Ramachandran answer: hi Rahul, pick the LG Optimus one if you are looking to pick [...]

If you have left your job and have been getting your health insurance through  COBRA, this is just another friendly reminder that while COBRA is a good, relatively affordable option for health insurance, it’s still only temporary.  if you can find other health insurance, it’s usually a good idea to switch to more permanently health insurance sooner rather than later.   Generally, COBRA allows [...]

Wednesday, August 03, 2011 12:19 PM By Kate Saines There’s enough to think about when you are pregnant from dealing with morning sickness, to finding polite ways to ask for a seat on the train, and that’s before contemplating preparations for the biggest event of your life. but if you are also planning a holiday [...]

hi all, i am a 22 year old male and i have suffered with periods of depression that last between 2 weeks and up to 9 months at a time for most of my life. i tend to get a maximum of about 3 months of up time between depressive periods. just over a year [...]

We got excited this week about the Obama administration accepting guidelines for private insurance to eliminate contraceptive co-pays. It’s still good news, but there’s always a catch: it only applies to new health insurance plans, and antichoicers are predictably making a stink, not only about the all-but-certain rise in babykilling whorishness this will induce, but [...]

Disclosure Zack Whittaker I interned briefly at Microsoft UK Ltd. in 2006 but have since cut my ties. Regardless, I remain impartial and unbiased in my views. I don’t hold any stock or shares, investments or industrial secrets in any company, but have signed confidentiality agreements with a number of UK and US organisations, whose [...]

* during his running for the President of the United States of America he claimed: – He would be "transparent", said he would let "CSPAN" into his offices and his day to day doings, and cross the party lines? * I have not seen President Obama to follow through these promises he gave while running [...]