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Tuesday, 9 October 2012

Tuesday, October 9, 2012
A Pakistani official with the World Health Organization says a waterborne parasite commonly known as a "brain-eating amoeba" has killed 10 people in the country's largest city, Karachi.
Ed Broadbent Wants To Give Tories 'A Good Shake'
Canada 'At Risk' From Chinese Firm
New Obama Ad Goes After Mitt Romney On Big Bird
Beef Recall Reaches Hong Kong
Mom Who Abused Toddler Into Coma Faces Life In Prison
J.J. McCullough: Media Bites: Can Columnists Agree on HIV?
2012-04-27-mediabitesreal.jpg You know what's not fun? AIDS. And you know what's even less fun than AIDS? People who have it, then have sex with you without telling. And you know what's the least fun of all? A bunch of stern newspaper editorials about the Supreme Court's recent decision that not disclosing that you suffer from AIDS before having sex can be legally permissible under certain circumstances.
Barbara Aleks Hecht: These Breasts Are Real and They're Mine
If you missed the first episode of The Bachelor Canada, then you missed all the boob talk. Boobs, boobs, boobs, boobs, boobs. Why is it that some women are so fascinated with whether or not another woman's breasts are "real" or "fake"? Is a potato stuffed with cheese no longer a potato? I rest my case.
Donald D'Haene: What Obama and David Suzuki Have in Common
The presidential debate triggered flashbacks for me to February 8, 1989. Let me explain. That night, decades ago, another battle that then appeared to be of epic importance took place: a televised debate at Western University between psychology professor Philippe Rushton and David Suzuki.
Tetsuro Shigematsu: Is Liking "Gangnam Style" Racist?
Gangnam Style is one catchy-ass tune, But unless you look like me, or live in South Korea, we Asians find white enthusiasm for this monster hit suspect.
Susan Inman: What I Wish I Knew Before My Daughter's Psychotic Break
Now that Mental Illness Awareness Week is over for another year, how many of you learned about the early warning signs of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder? Since over 3 per cent of the population will develop these disorders, usually in adolescence or young adulthood, it's useful information. Parents who don't understand the strange behaviours that accompany psychosis are completely disempowered.

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