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September 2010

Stem Cell Scam Caught on Camera

If you thought a snake oil salesman was a thing of the past, you haven’t heard of Dr. Frank Morales or Larry Stowe, partners in a phony stem cell operation in Southern California and Mexico. Tragically, patients with ALS (Lou Gerigs Disease) multiple sclerosis and cancer are lured by the...

Dr Oz’s Shocking News

Imagine the news when guru-doctor Memet Oz showed abnormal results in a routine colonoscopy. The ultra healthy talk show host was shocked to learn that he is at high risk for colon cancer. A routine colonoscopy filmed for the Dr Oz Show, turned up an adenomatous polyp, a growth that...

Michael Douglas has Throat Cancer

Oscar winning dramatic actor Michael Douglas has been diagnosed with throat cancer. Douglas’ unmistaken baritone voice is under siege as he undergoes an arduous regime of high dose chemotherapy and radiation treatments. According to doctors his prognosis is good. This is not the sort of cancer you fool around with....

Demise of Dictionary Print Edition

Can you believe it, the demise of the print dictionary? Sure why not, seems logical because everyone now has “spell check” built right in to their computer. I still have my thesaurus and dictionary from high school. As an aspiring writer years ago, where would I be without consulting Roget’s?...

The 2010 Emmys Go To

With the 2010 Emmys ably hosted by the funny Jimmy Fallon, it was no surprise that two of my favorite shows won awards. If you’re not already a fan of Mad Man, the unique televised portrayal of the ins and outs of the NYC advertizing business in the 1060’s take...

Hurricane Katrina 5-year Anniversary

Who could comment on what it would have been like to survive Hurricane Katrina? Imagine being there with the howling winds, water pouring over the levees, people dying, lost pets and possessions representing lifetimes – destroyed. I visited New Orleans earlier this year and 5 years later there is still...