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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2009-07-22

In this issue:  Pollution makes us dumb, remote medical
care, and slavery records.

AskMen reports that researchers have, for the first time,
linked air pollution exposure before birth with lower IQ
scores in childhood, bolstering evidence that smog may harm
the developing brain.
The American Lung Association has advised its affiliated
camps to close due to swine flue, including one in Colorado
that was scheduled to begin next week.  Similar concerns
have prompted at least 50 summer camps nationwide to cancel
sessions or send campers home early, according to AskMen.
Motley Fool reports that UnitedHealth Group and networking
expert Cisco are setting up a telemedicine network that will
include video conferencing and even a remote stethoscope.

Motley Fool says that some of Suze Orman's financial advice
actually makes sense.

Popular Mechanics reports on the ingenious special technical
effects created for the Millennium Bridge collapse sequence
and the Inferi creatures in the latest Harry Potter movie.

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AskMen reports that the top U.S. military commander in Korea
said Tuesday that U.S. and South Korean forces are prepared
for "anything North Korea can throw at us."

A collection of slavery records newly available over the
Internet may help thousands of people trace their families
back to Africa through St. Croix, a former slave-trading hub
in the Caribbean, according to AskMen.

AskMen give you tips for falling asleep after drinking
coffee.  Despite what you may think, reversing the effects
of caffeine with a depressant, such as alcohol, isn't going
to work.

---Steve McNair---
ifeminists is disturbed by the media's reluctance to use the
words "Domestic Violence" in coverage of Steve McNair's
shooting death.

Home Theater reports that Comcast will soon begin a trial
where subscribers will have access to cable shows online,
with ads, but no extra fee.