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Location: Mailing Lists / Archive General Hot Articles / 2009-08-12

In this issue:  Women driving while drunk, health care
reform, and cashing in on prisoners.

Is the Cash for Clunkers program really raising fuel
efficiency?  Popular Mechanics provides the numbers for the
top 15 cars sold in July.
Motley Fool describes a deal between General Motors and eBay
to sell new cars.

---Driving Drunk---
The case of the mother who caused a deadly wrong-way crash
while drunk and stoned is part of a disturbing trend. 
AskMen says Women in the U.S. are drinking more, and
drunken-driving arrests among women are rising rapidly while
falling among men.

The recent economic calamity has highlighted major problems
with macroeconomic theory, according to Motley Fool.

---Health Care---
It is said that health care is the biggest threat to the
long-term health of the U.S. economy and therefore, to some
extent, the global economy.  HBS Working Knowledge ponders
why America can't get it right.

InternetNews claims that an anti-Russian blogger with
profiles on a number of sites may have been the intended
target of attacks on Facebook and Twitter.

---Organic Food---
Motley Fool claims that researchers missed the point on why
organics are appealing when they concluded that organics
offer no nutritional advantage over conventionally produced
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InternetNews says that Senator Menendez is seeking to
legalize online poker and to separate the legit sites from
the scams in the eyes of the law.

Several states and some cities have gone to great lengths to
squeeze money from inmates by charging them for room and
board, according to AskMen.

AskMen reviews Toms Shoes.  Each pair purchased equals one
pair for a child in need.

Popular Mechanics talks about turbulence.  If you're like
some of the 26 injured passengers on Continental Airlines
Flight 128 and you're not buckled in during turbulence, you
could meet the ceiling with unpleasant results.

---Union Carbide---
Chemistry World reports that fresh calls for the extradition
of former Union Carbide chief executive Warren Anderson to
India from the US have brought the Bhopal industrial
disaster of 1984 back to the front page.