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Kennedy’s successor to affect healthcare vote

Governor Deval Patrick of Massachusetts has named Paul G. Kirk, a democrat, as an interim U.S. senator for the state, which will likely swing the Senate vote on Obama’s healthcare proposal.

Study: Eating fresh fruits may reduce the risk of kidney stones

According to new research, those whose diet is rich in fruits and vegetables may end up with healthier kidneys and lower their risk of developing kidney stones.

AICPA offers guide to end-of-life financial planning

It may not be the most exciting financial arrangement to consider, but the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA) says everyone who has dependents, owns a business or property should make end-of-life plans to facilitate inheritance and succession.

Senate votes to allow handguns on Amtrak

Earlier this month the Senate voted to permit Amtrak passengers to carry handguns in their luggage, and one gun rights proponent has hailed it as a sign that the tide is turning against those who would like more restrictive laws.

Recalibrating omega fatty acid intake may improve health, study says

Nutrition experts are saying the modern Western diet has changed the balance of omega-6 fatty acids (w6) and omega-3 fatty acids (w3) – with adverse health consequences – and they are looking into ways of restoring that balance.

SAF pledges to sue Seattle mayor over gun law

Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels has been trying to ban legally-carried firearms in city Parks and Recreations Department facilities, and the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) has vowed to sue him if he proceeds.

New natural formula appears to stem AMD progression

Given the social impact of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), as well as the interest in natural ways of preventing and treating the condition, scientists have announced they created a new antioxidant supplement that may slow its progress and the associated vision loss.

Annuities boost retirement security, poll says

According to a new Gallup survey, non-qualified annuities significantly increase the retirement security of middle-class Americans, and those whose portfolios include them have expressed greater financial confidence during the current recession.

Research organization: Health insurance costs rising

As the supporters and opponents of the public option in the healthcare reform continue to fiercely debate the merits of their positions, the Kaiser Family Foundation has published a new report that suggests health insurance costs for Americans are escalating.

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