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Does eating chocolate to relieve depression make it worse?

It is a known phenomenon that some people eat chocolate to relieve depression, but there is growing concern about whether the chocolate-depression relationship is a vicious cycle.  A recent study found that people who eat the most chocolate are more likely to suffer from depression. The study was headed by Dr. Natalie Rose, MD, of

Oil spill in Gulf of Mexico: 1,800 square miles and spreading

Click here to read May 17 update. An oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico off the coast of Louisiana has spread to cover more than 1,800 square miles as of Monday afternoon. Gulf of Mexico oil spill update here. The oil spill is coming from a leak in the well that was drilled by
Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano

Arizona immigration law slammed by Napolitano, others

Ever since the Arizona immigration law was signed by Governor Jan Brewer, condemnations have been pouring in.  The law has been pilloried by the President, and recently, Meghan McCain, Janet Napolitano and the Government of Mexico.  While the debate for now is over the methods, something has to be done about the issue.  Arizona as
Wal-Mart is a brand that consumers associate with low prices, but their own price for sexual discrimination could be billions of dollars, if over 1.5 million female Wal-Mart employees since 2001 have their way.

Wal-Mart class action could cost retail giant billions

The Associated Press reports that the ongoing Wal-Mart class action lawsuit involving sexual discrimination against female employees could be the largest in history. Despite a “sharply divided” ruling from the 9th Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, their 6-5 ruling finds that Wal-Mart Stores Inc. must face charges. These charges include claims that female employees have
A white Chevy Camaro IROC-Z28, probably 1985/86 model year

Kelley Blue Book iPhone app shows used car trade-in value

Kelley Blue Book is the universal source to determine the market value of used cars for auto financing. But Kelley Blue Book has come a long way since Les Kelley published his first guide to used car values in 1926. Today Kelley Blue Book has evolved from a pocket-sized pamphlet into a powerful web-based resource