Monday, December 22, 2014

Cosby Won't Face Charges In '74 Claim

Posted in Entertainment News 12/18/2014

"... Los Angeles prosecutors on Tuesday declined to file any charges against Bill Cosby after a woman recently claimed the comedian molested her around 1974. The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office rejected filing a misdemeanor charge of annoying or molesting a child under the age of 18 because the statute of limitations had passed. ..."

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P.E.I. Group Offers New Program For Male Survivors Of Sexual Abuse

Posted in Sexual Abuse 12/17/2014

"... A group program for male survivors of sexual abuse will soon be offered in P.E.I. Called Men Matter, the program will provide free and confidential group programs to assist men in their healing. Men Matter will be launched in 2015. ..."

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Coulter: If There's A Campus Rape Epidemic, Then Why So Many Hoaxes?

Posted in Sexual Abuse 12/15/2014

"... "They keep saying, 'well, this story is a hoax, but it shouldn't detract from the epidemic of rape going on on college campuses.' Well, if we're drowning in this epidemic of rape on college campuses, why are all the cases they keep giving us hoaxes? ..."

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U.S. On Pace For Best Job Growth Since ‘99

Posted in Jobs & Employment 12/16/2014

"... The resurgence in U.S. hiring accelerated in November and put 2014 on track to be the healthiest year for job growth since 1999. The gain of a robust 321,000 jobs — the most in nearly three years — put further distance between a strengthening American economy and struggling nations throughout the developed world. ..."

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Soldiers Hospitalized For Mental Illness Face Raised Suicide Risk, Study Shows

Posted in Military 12/16/2014

"... American soldiers hospitalized with mental health disorders have a significantly increased risk of suicide in the year after they leave the hospital, a new study finds. The researchers also identified a number of common factors among the 5 percent of soldiers with the highest risk of suicide. The suicide rate in the U.S. Army has increased since 2004, and is now higher than the civilian rate. ..."

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Flu? Cold? How To Tell The Difference

Posted in Physical Health 12/16/2014

"... Because the common cold and influenza share similar symptoms, many people are unable to differentiate between the two. As a result, some men may ignore symptoms at first, thinking it’s just a cold.This is dangerous and potentially life-threatening, especially for people with chronic conditions such as asthma and adults 65 or older who are at greater risk for flu complications. ..."

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