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Life has gotten more expensive thanks to iPods, the Internet, and much more (MENAFN)
Life has gotten more expensive thanks to iPods, the Internet, and much more

ABQjournal: Life has gotten more expensive thanks to iPods, the Internet, and much more (Albuquerque Journal)
This story is available free without registration as a public service of the Albuquerque Journal. ABQjournal content is always free to Albuquerque Journal 7-day newspaper subscribers.

The Prevent Delinquency Project Announces Child Threat(SM) Intelligence for Parents (PR Web)
Bringing parents, teachers and law enforcement professionals together, sharing information, in the war against threats to our children. [PRWEB Apr 11, 2005]

Investing in Controlling Obesity (The Motley Fool via Yahoo! News)
In Part One of this piece, we took a look at the investment prospects in the two frontline options for treating obesity -- dieting and pharmaceuticals. What we found was a mixed bag -- major potential, to be sure, but many obstacles and the baggage of past failure.

Investing in Controlling Obesity (Motley Fool via Yahoo! Finance)
A look at radical treatments for obesity and the companies behind them -- plus the backlash against the food industry.

Therapy at Hampton University''s proposed $125M cancer treatment center wouldn''t replace current care but could be easier on some patients. Little is black and white for doctors who work with cancer patients.

BUILDING (Methow Valley News)
It''s the beginning of April and the quick end to an extremely low snow winter. The building trade in the Methow Valley isn''t far from a summer of activity that will be remembered for coming soon and lasting long.

HAMPTON ROADS, VA. April 19, 2005 2:22 PM (Hampton Roads Daily Press)
Hampton University''s proposed $125 million cancer treatment center wouldn''t replace the effective therapies already here. But for some patients, it could destroy tumors with fewer side effects.

ABQjournal: Life has gotten more expensive thanks to iPods, the Internet, and much more (Albuquerque Journal)
This story is available free without registration as a public service of the Albuquerque Journal. ABQjournal content is always free to Albuquerque Journal 7-day newspaper subscribers.

Investing in Controlling Obesity (The Motley Fool)
In Part One of this piece, we took a look at the investment prospects in the two frontline options for treating obesity -- dieting and pharmaceuticals. What we found was a mixed bag -- major potential, to be sure, but many obstacles and the baggage of past failure.