The take-home message for women is that whether you are hooked on caffeine or not, if you need a boost, coffee improves your mental alertness and can have a calming effect on your heart rate'Caffeine naive' can still get a buzz Aug 26, 2008
But of those 20, 11 of them were born in Australia or New Zealand and have an automatic right of entry, so the biggest number (of migrants) we're talking about here is nineAustralian PM favors banning HIV migrants Apr 13, 2007
Our Government is going to have to ... stop Japan from doing what it intends to doCourt clears way for Japanese whale hunt May 28, 2005
India has been witnessing a very high telecom growth with phone connections growing at 22 percent and 100 percent for cellular and Internet services. To reach around 100 million connections by December 2005, India will need an investment of around $12 billionIndia's new telecom callers Jun 25, 2004
We think it was legally based, and we think it upheld many of the issues that we were concerned aboutJudge says protesters don't need proximity Sep 18, 2009
Michael LeMoyne Kennedy (February 27, 1958 – December 31, 1997), was the sixth of eleven children of Robert F. Kennedy and Ethel Skakel Kennedy.
Kennedy graduated with a B.S. from Harvard College in 1980, and the University of Virginia School of Law in 1984.
Michael Kennedy married Victoria Gifford (b. February 20, 1957), daughter of former pro football player and sportscaster Frank Gifford and Maxine Avis Ewart, on March 14, 1981 in New York City.