Gongol.com Archives: January 2008
Brian Gongol

January 1, 2008

Broadcasting Science Channel gets a new look and some new legs

Computers and the Internet Security researcher says Sears is behind a sneaky computer trick

Humor and Good News BBC recaps "100 things we didn't know last year"

Health Concerns over liability causes hospitals to quit sanitation program that probably saved 1500 lives
It was part of a program encouraged by a Federal agency, but the effort was halted when someone became concerned that some of the records being kept may have violated privacy rules. Which begs the question: Why, again, do people want more government intervention in our health-care system? Some people see it as a blunder by political appointees of the Bush administration -- which it very well may be. But that should only go to further reinforce the dangers involved if our health-care system becomes any more politicized than it already is. A good rule of thumb: If you wouldn't trust your political enemies with a certain batch of powers, don't try to gain them for yourself when your party is in power. In a two-party system, the other guys will have their day sooner or later.

Health Advice on having better health in 2008

The United States of America President Bush promises that 2008 will be the year he finally defends the budget

Threats and Hazards North Korea misses deadline for declarations on nuclear weapons
And around the world in Kenya, 50 people have been killed in an attack on a church

Health Study says kids with physical abnormalities may have higher rates of cancer

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