Hope you are enjoying your weekend. Here are a few leftovers from today. Grieving parents speak out against anti-vaccination extremists | thetelegraph.com.au. “I never have and never will harass or hurt a grieving parent” – Meryl Dorey | reasonablehank. Dolphin assisted therapy offers a controversial treatment for disabled children. From global warming to fluoride: Why do people deny science? – Salon.com.
As I'm up working/watching a Memorial Day weekend Arrested Development marathon (OK, I'm not working that hard), I found myself wandering over to Justine Bateman's blog. Like many teens at that time period, I surely had a crush on her during her run on Family Ties. So I had noticed that last year she had decided to go back to school to study computer science (UCLA -- college to the stars-interested-in-math-and-science, apparently; I'm talking about you Mayim Blalik and Danica
A 1-year-old girl living in Wan Chai is the first case of E. coli O157:H7 infection reported to the Centre for Health Protection (CHP) of the Department of Health this year. She did not require hospitalization. A CHP spokesman said … Continue reading →