Patt Morrison for July 18, 2012

Romney Files Paperwork For NH Primary, Holds Rally
As Mitt Romney tries to shift the national conversation away from his personal wealth and details over his time at Bain Capital, his campaign often turns to former New Hampshire governor John Sununu.
Daily Antiretroviral Pill Found To Protect Healthy From AIDS Transmission
Picking a name for a new drug is a complicated proposition, and pharmaceutical companies spend around $3 million to come up with a name like Viagra and get it approved.
The Dark Knight Rises
The Dark Knight Rises will be released Friday, and fans are clamoring for every detail about Christopher Nolan’s third Batman film. So much so that a critic who panned the movie has received death threats, even though the review was a fake.
Bottled water to be sent to Haiti on Jan

Would you drink the tap water in Mexico?

Mexico is the world’s largest per capita bottled water consumer. Decades of suspicion about the water system means that Mexicans consume four times the amount of bottled water we do in the US.
Congregation sign the attendance register at murde

When obituaries go viral

Val Patterson’s July 10th obituary in the Salt Lake Tribune read as follows:
New York City Public Pools Open For Summer

Why do we love to swim?

Did you know swimming is the third most popular sport in the U.S.? Or did you every stop to think about how it’s the only sport humans play in a different element?
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