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New CASA* Report Finds: Most Web Sites Selling Prescription Opioids, Stimulants and Depressants Require No Prescription - Genetic Engineering News

By germanifa01 - July 8th, 2008, 23:26, Category: General



Despite a decline in the number of Web sites advertising or selling controlled prescription drugs, like OxyContin and Valium, Xanax and Vicodin, and Ritalin and Adderall, in the past year, 85 percent of Web sites selling such drugs do not require a prescription, according to "'You've Got Drugs!' V

A stark choice on the economy - Boston Globe
BARACK OBAMA and John McCain both reloaded their presidential campaigns this week with a renewed focus on the dire state of the nation's economy. With gasoline more than $4 a gallon, 438,000 jobs lost since January, and 3 million Americans facing possible mortgage default, you don't need a pollster

Yang Denounces Microsoft, Icahn Over Proxy Move - Wall Street Journal
Yahoo Inc. Chief Executive Jerry Yang accused Microsoft Corp. of trying to destabilize the Internet company without a real desire to complete a deal, and he responded sharply to recent comments by investor Carl Icahn. The remarks by Yahoo's co-founder came a day after Microsoft said it would be

As some flee fires anew, others return for a time - Boston Globe
BIG SUR, Calif.— Firefighters pushed back a blaze threatening this small coastal community just enough to allow hundreds of people to check on their homes Tuesday as a separate fire 300 miles north forced residents of other towns to evacuate. Fire crews have been straining to cover 330 active

G-8 to cut emissions - Detroit News
RUSUTSU, Japan -- President Bush and leaders of the world's richest nations pledged Tuesday to "move toward a low-carbon society" by cutting greenhouse gas emissions in half by 2050, the latest step in a long evolution by a president who for years played down the threat of global warming. The