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Women More Aware of Heart-Disease Risk Forbes - Jan 31, 2006 TUESDAY, Jan. 31 (HealthDay News) -- The good news is that women are becoming more aware of their heart-disease risk, experts report. The bad news is that many still aren't getting the treatment they need. Punxsutawney Phil sees his shadow, predicts more winter - 1 hour ago PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pa. - In the movie "Groundhog Day," Bill Murray plays a television news reporter who wakes up to find it's Groundhog Day over and over and over. Each year, people swarm to this small town about 65 miles northeast of Pittsburgh. No protests at airport gates: court Hindu - 37 minutes ago NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court on Thursday restrained employees of the Airports Authority of India from organising agitations within 500 metres of the entry points of airports and at the gates of the Rajiv Gandhi Bhavan here, which houses the AAI New bird flu vaccine may be key to preventing pandemic Times Online - 21 hours ago By Nigel Hawkes, Health Editor. A REVOLUTIONARY flu vaccine has shown the ability to protect mice against avian flu. If its effectiveness is confirmed in human trials, it could transform the world s chances of preventing a pandemic. It s also a real supper bowl Wilkes Barre Times-Leader - 7 hours ago Whether you re a Steelers or Seahawks fan, there s plenty to eat to support both teams. Super Bowl Sunday party hosts tired of the same old, same old can create a face-off on the buffet table to rival the one on their huge-screen plasma TVs. Portable insurance, health savings accounts debated USA Today - 11 hours ago By Julie Appleby, USA TODAY. In President Bush's vision of America's health care future, people would have high-deductible insurance they take with them from job to job and tax-free health savings accounts to help pay for medical care. Computer Worm Set to Destroy Files ABC News - 3 hours ago Feb. 2, 2006 No matter how tempting the subject line, don't open any suggestive e-mails if you want to keep your computer files intact. It's also time to update your anti-virus software in anticipation West Virginia Governor Urges Mining Moratorium New York Times - 18 hours ago Just weeks after the death of 14 West Virginia miners, two more mine workers were killed in separate accidents yesterday, prompting Gov. Joe Manchin III to urge all coal companies in the state to cease operations until safety could be reviewed. Man, 18, sought in gay bar attack CNN - 3 hours ago (CNN) -- Police on Thursday are seeking a man in connection with gun and hatchet attacks overnight at a gay bar in New Bedford, Massachusetts. Three people were wounded. Authorities described suspect Jacob Wipro bags $300-million GM contract Economic Times - 1 hour ago NEW DELHI: Wipro today won a $300 million contract from General Motors for providing system integration services to the automaker. Wipro has got more than $300 million contract, which is a part of the larger Woman tells Saddam trial of beatings, electric-shock torture The Age - 7 hours ago Lone hand: the chair of Saddam Hussein, right, remains empty as co-defendant Mohammed Azawi Ali addresses the court. The ex-dictator is boycotting his trial after demanding the removal of the chief judge.

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'Brokeback' leads Oscar field with 8 nominations - Jan 31, 2006 Tragic cowboy love story Brokeback Mountain grabbed a leading eight nominations for the 78th annual Academy Awards, including best picture and honours for director Ang Lee and star Heath Ledger. Good Night GM gives IT contract to six firms BusinessWeek - 1 hour ago FEB. 2 10:35 AM ET General Motors Corp., the world's biggest automaker, on Thursday handed multiyear contracts to several firms for technology services as part of its ongoing effort to cut costs and turn around its ailing business. Gazprom Considers Buying UK's Centrica; Shares Jump (Update1) Bloomberg - 48 minutes ago Feb. 2 (Bloomberg) -- OAO Gazprom, Russia's state- controlled gas company, said it's considering a bid for Centrica Plc, sending the UK gas supplier's shares to a record. No talks have been held and no offer Teen Shoots Up Mass. Gay Bar, Police Say Guardian Unlimited - 49 minutes ago By RAY HENRY. NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (AP) - A teenager armed with a hatchet and handgun opened fire inside a gay bar early Thursday, wounding at least three people in what police are investigating as a hate crime. Boy George pleads innocence over drugs charge - 1 hour ago Boy George's lawyer says the star is innocent and will fight charges of drug possession. The Eighties megastar was arrested on October 7 last year after police allegedly found cocaine at his apartment in New York when they responded to a burglary call. Gunmen close EU's Gaza office in cartoon dispute CNN International - 1 hour ago JERUSALEM (CNN) -- Palestinian gunmen shut down the European Union's office Thursday in Gaza City, Palestinian security sources said, demanding an apology in a row over European newspapers running cartoons featuring the prophet Mohammad. Left to take up airport stir with PM Mid-Day Mumbai - 45 minutes ago New Delhi: The Left parties, key allies of the ruling UPA coalition, today asked the Central government to call a meeting of striking airport employees, to find a solution to the agitation against 'privatisation' of airports, and decided to meet Prime === Red-hot Cavs go for eighth straight win at Miami === Seattle Post Intelligencer - 51 minutes ago (Sports Network) - The Cleveland Cavaliers target their eighth consecutive victory this evening when they visit Shaquille O'Neal and the Miami Heat at AmericanAirlines Arena. On Wednesday, LeBron James posted Groundhog's ruling: six more weeks of winter Reuters - 43 minutes ago PUNXSUTAWNEY, Pennsylvania (Reuters) - Punxsutawney Phil, the groundhog who fans claim is never wrong, predicted six more weeks of winter on Thursday, matching the forecast of professional meteorologists. "Phil is incapable of error. Super Bowl XL lives up to its billing - literally Monsters and - 4 hours ago By Mike McCarthy and Klaus Marre Feb 2, 2006, 12:23 GMT. Washington - American football numbers its championship games the Roman way, giving this year's 40th Super Bowl an apt name: XL, which also stands for 'extra large' in the United States. Goosen takes share of lead in Dubai Seattle Post Intelligencer - 1 hour ago By STEPHEN WADE. DUBAI, United Arab Emirates -- Retief Goosen shot an 8-under 64 Thursday to move into a three-way tie for the lead after the first round of the Dubai Desert Classic, with Tiger Woods three strokes behind. Kelly Clarkson, Paul McCartney Making Grammy Performance Debuts - 1 hour ago It's hard to imagine that after more than four decades as one of music's most iconic artists, Paul McCartney has yet to play live at the Grammy Awards. With 13 Grammys to his credit, Sir Paul has certainly taken the stage as a winner, but he's never. US Intel Chief Doubts Iran Has Nukes San Francisco Chronicle - 1 hour ago By KATHERINE SHRADER, Associated Press Writer. National Intelligence Director John Negroponte told Congress on Thursday that Iran probably does not yet have nuclear weapons, nor has it obtained the material central to producing them. THE STATE OF THE UNION Energy Proposals A new world of power San Francisco Chronicle - 5 hours ago Clean-energy advocates on Wednesday awoke to a strangely changed world, one in which a president named Bush had, on national television, called America "addicted to oil.". They weren't sure what to make of

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West Virginia Governor Urges Mining Moratorium New York Times - 1 hour ago Just weeks after the death of 14 West Virginia miners, two more mine workers were killed in separate accidents yesterday, prompting Gov. Joe Manchin III to urge all coal companies in the state to cease operations until safety could be reviewed. Pentagon Review Calls for No Big Changes New York Times - 1 hour ago By DAVID S. CLOUD. WASHINGTON, Feb. 1 A comprehensive military strategy review once billed as Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld's architecture for revamping the armed forces eliminates no major weapon Lawyer: Boy George No Cokehead E! Online - 9 hours ago by Josh Grossberg. At least that's the word Wednesday from the former Culture Club crooner's lawyer as he and his star client turned up in a Manhattan Criminal Court to answer charges stemming from an Oct. 7 drug bust. Bush Tries to Ride Post-Speech Momentum ABC News - 11 hours ago President Bush and first lady Laura Bush wave as they depart the White House, Wednesday, Feb. 1, 2006, for a day trip to Nashville, Tenn., to make remarks on his 2006 agenda. (AP Photo/Ron Edmonds). By JENNIFER LOVEN Associated Press Writer. Study confirms newly-found planet larger than Pluto Xinhua - 3 hours ago LOS ANGELES, Feb. 1 (Xinhuanet)-- A study released on Wednesday confirmed that a newly found planet in outlying region of our solar system is actually bigger than Pluto, bolstering the claim that a tenth planet orbits the Sun. Mountaineers squeak by Irish Sports Network - 1 hour ago Morgantown, WV (Sports Network) - Kevin Pittsnogle poured in 22 points on 8- of-15 shooting, as No. 11 West Virginia escaped with a 71-70 win over Notre Dame at WVU Coliseum. The Fighting Irish had a chance Coretta Scott King Was Exploring Alternative Cancer Treatment FOX News - 5 hours ago By Miranda Hitti. When Coretta Scott King died on the evening of Jan. 30, she had ovarian cancer and was in Mexico exploring treatment options, according to her family. Mrs. Coretta Scott King was in Mexico Protests, rebel raid on Nepal takeover anniversary Reuters - 14 hours ago By YP Rajesh and Gopal Sharma. KATHMANDU (Reuters) - Street protests erupted across Nepal on Wednesday on the first anniversary of King Gyanendra's power seizure despite his promise to hold national polls by 2007. Offending Cartoons Reprinted Washington Post - 41 minutes ago By Molly Moore. PARIS, Feb. 1 -- Newspapers across Europe reprinted cartoons Wednesday ridiculing the prophet Muhammad, saying they wanted to support the right of Danish and Norwegian papers to publish the `Brokeback Mountain' leads Oscar nominations with eight Malaysia Star - 1 hour ago By Steven Rea. Brokeback Mountain, the cowboy romance starring Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal, capped its awards-season run with a bounty of Oscar nominations - eight, including best picture - as the contenders

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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

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Global Burden of Genetic Birth Defects Cited CNN - 5 hours ago By Jeff Minerd, MedPage Today Staff Writer. JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, Jan. 31 - Six percent of all babies born worldwide every year, or nearly eight million children, have genetic birth defects, according to a report from the March of Dimes Foundation. Perspective on the 2005 Oscar nominations Monessen Valley Independent - 1 hour ago It seems almost quaint. "Brokeback Mountain," the most Oscar-nominated 2005 movie, has only eight nominations. Eight. ONLY. Maybe it's because so much weight tends to be placed on totals that the number becomes an issue. Lawyer: Enron never infested with fraud BusinessWeek - 37 minutes ago JAN. 31 4:19 PM ET Lawyers for former Enron Corp. chiefs Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling insisted Tuesday the men were guilty of no crimes, arguing the company was never infested with fraud and instead fell victim to a sudden crisis of market confidence. 'Heidi Chronicles' Playwright Wendy Wasserstein Washington Post - 12 hours ago By Joe Holley. Wendy Wasserstein, 55, a Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning playwright who chronicled the triumphs and travails of modern American women, died Jan. 30 at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. WRAPUP 2-US Federal Reserve enters Bernanke era Reuters - 49 minutes ago By Glenn Somerville. WASHINGTON, Jan 31 (Reuters) - White House adviser Ben Bernanke won Senate approval on Tuesday to become chairman of the US Federal Reserve, just after the central bank raised interest rates a 14th straight time. Reality TV Comes to the Web ABC News - 3 hours ago "Survivor: Pearl Island" contestants and creator Mark Burnett, center, after winning favorite reality-based television program at the People's Choice Awards in 2004. Burnett is now looking to the Internet for his next great opus. (AP Photo). All?eyes?on Nippon as talks with Doll begin MSN Money - 2 hours ago The president of Nippon Steel, the world's third-biggest steelmaker, is meeting Guy Doll , chief executive of Arcelor, in Paris on Thursday, amid speculation the Japanese group could act as a potential merger partner to help the European group fend off a Danish premier mulls delegation to Saudi Arabia Monsters and - 2 hours ago Copenhagen - Danish Prime Minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said Tuesday he would consider sending a delegation to Saudi Arabia to discuss how a current consumer boycott could be called off. 'We welcome all constructive Sixteen Hurt in NC Chemical Plant Blast ABC News - 1 hour ago Crews work on the remnants of the Synthron Inc. plant in Morganton, NC, Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006 after an explosion at the chemical plant injured at least 16 workers. The explosion set off an intense blaze that

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