Daily Archives: February 25, 2011

New research: More than half of Alzheimer’s cases misdiagnosed

A study found that the brains of 50 percent of the people diagnosed with Alzheimer's lacked the lesions associated with the disease ...
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Mortgage modification programs under fire from Republicans

Federal mortgage modification programs are coming under fire for not working. Congressional Republicans want to cut them and save $38 billion.
Foreclosures

Surgery saves girl’s face from Parry-Romberg syndrome

One in a million have Parry-Romberg syndrome. The autoimmune disorder causes one side of the face to stop growing as the body rejects it.
Before and after plastic surgery photos of a 55-year-old Parry-Romberg syndrome sufferer. The disorder is in an advanced stage.

Payday loan APR Fees and How They Compare To Other Financing Rates

A fee of $32 on a $100 bounced check can have an APR as high as 2,336%. You would be surprised to see how other fees measure up.
A fee of $32 on a $100 bounced check can have an APR as high as 2,336%. You would be surprised to see how other fees measure up.

Chinese censorship of LinkedIn could affect proposed IPO

LinkedIn has hit the Great Firewall of China after a discussion group asked for opinions about the Jasmine Revolution in the Middle East.
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