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Latest Polls: Obama Leads McCain In California, Colorado

Latest Polls: Obama Leads McCain In California, ColoradoObama is presently hot popular in California and Colorado; that’s what the latest Obama vs McCain California, Colorado opinion polls indicate. According to the polls, Barack Obama is having hefty lead over John McCain, in presidential race, in California and Colorado.

Rasmussen Reports poll shows Obama’s lead in California, and Public Policy Polling poll shows Obama leading in Colorado. Let’s check out what these latest McCain vs Obama California, Colorado opinion polls show.


Opinion Polls: Obama’s Having Hefty Lead Over McCain In California, Delaware, Iowa, Maine

Opinion Polls: Obama’s Having Hefty Lead Over McCain In California, Delaware, Iowa, Maine According to recent Obama vs McCain polls conducted in California, Delaware, Iowa, and Maine, Barack Obama is presently having hefty lead over John McCain in these states.

Surely, California, Delaware, Iowa, and Maine are strongholds of Democratic Party. Let’s check out the recent Obama vs McCain polls conducted in California, Delaware, Iowa, and Maine.

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Scripps’ Study To Access Change In Behavior Of People Undergoing Genetic Testing

San Diego’s Scripps Translational Science Institute will pioneer a study to assess if people undergoing genetic testing experience a change in their behavior.

The aim of the study is to analyze if the testing has any positive effects on the health by motivating them for changes in lifestyle. The changes include exercising, better eating habits and quitting smoking.

Genome scan using saliva of people, above the age of 18, is used for analysis. The analysts will study their genetic risk for more than 20 diseases including diabetes, obesity, heart diseases and some types of cancer. The researchers will find the effect of life style on these diseases.


Full TV shows, with ads, on YouTube

Full TV shows, with ads, on YouTubeMonths of experimenting with long-form video has yielded fruit for the Google Inc.’s website – YouTube. On Friday, the website announced that it would start offering full-length episodes of some television shows. The longer videos will include commercial slots for advertising before, during and after each episode, enabling Google to raise more revenue from its nearly four-year-old video sharing site.


Golden Gate Bridge To Have Hanging Nets To Check Suicides

Golden Gate Bridge To Have Hanging Nets To Check Suicides San Francisco officials voted on Friday in favor of hanging stainless steel nets, costing up to $50 million, from the sides of the Golden Gate Bridge in an effort to ‘catch’ would-be suicide jumpers. Officials said the steel nets, hanging 6 meters below the bridge and extending about 6 meters from each side, would save lives without any defacement to the appearance of California’s world-famous landmark.


Walgreen Shares Hit 10-Year Low; CEO Rein Resigns

Walgreen Shares Hit 10-Year Low; CEO Rein ResignsAfter Walgreen Co.’s failed bid to take over California-based smaller rival Longs Drug Stores Corp., its chairman and chief executive officer, Jeffrey A. Rein, resigned effective immediately. This announcement resulted in the shares of Walgreen sinking to their lowest price in a decade on Friday - $23.22 following a drop of 8.2%.


Jolie Breastfeeds Twins For W Magazine Cover

Jolie Breastfeeds Twins For W Magazine Cover Due to hit the stands on 21st October 2008, the November issue of W magazine carries an exclusive 21-personal photo spread of Jolie, the 33-year old mother-of-six soon after she gave birth to twins - Vivienne and Knox in July.  With barely any make-up, the actress shown breastfeeding her newborn twins on the cover of W magazine, still manages to look serenely beautiful though somewhat tired.  The tastefully shot black and white intimate photo taken by Pitt, shows Jolie comfortably relaxed in a sleeveless top opened to reveal a tiny hand on her left breast.


Judge Denies Restraining Order Against Brinkley’s Ex-Husband

Judge Denies Restraining Order Against Brinkley’s Ex-Husband Three months after their divorce settlement, a Long Island Judge has denied Christie Brinkley’s request for a temporary restraining order barring ex-husband Peter Cook from seeing their children over the weekend.  Divorce proceedings revealed Cook not only spent thousands of dollars each month on porn, he also posted videos of himself masturbating on the internet, including trying to bribe his mistress with $300,000.


Paris Hilton Advices Sarah Palin To Flaunt Her Hot Body

Paris Hilton Advices Sarah Palin To Flaunt Her Hot Body In typically Paris Hilton style, the November issue of Harper’s Bazaar has the American hotel heiress advising Sarah Palin, Governor of Alaska and the Republican nominee for the Vice Presidential post, to ‘flaunt it if you have it’, going on to ask Palin not to keep her ‘hot bod’ under wraps by covering it with a pantsuit, when she could be wearing a swimsuit, instead.


Jamie Lynn Pregnant Again!

Jamie Lynn Pregnant Again! The hottest rumor around is that Jamie Lynn Spears, Britney Spears’ sixteen-year-old sister, has got herself pregnant again, soon after giving birth to a daughter in July.  The source that confirmed the rumor, to the National Enquirer that Jamie Lynn was 8-weeks pregnant, which has both her and her mother Lynne hysterical, as neither of them know what to do, though they are trying to keep the news from getting out.


Debra Messing Back In The Spotlight With ‘Starter Wife’

Debra Messing Back In The Spotlight With ‘Starter Wife’Debra Messing, with an Emmy under her belt for NBC’s Will & Grace, has got under the spotlight once again.  She reappears as the glamorous, sexy, funny, warm and thoroughly, beautifully ‘Starter Wife’ aka newly divorce Molly Kagan.  While, in ‘Will & Grace’ Messing was overshadowed by her outrageous best friend, the characters in ‘Starter Wife’ actually complement each other.


Walgreen withdraws its $2.8 billion bid for Longs

Walgreen withdraws its $2.8 billion bid for Longs

Walgreen Co. has dropped its $2.8 billion offer to buy the pharmacy chain, Longs Drug Stores, leaving CVS Caremark, with its $2.7 billion bid, as the sole suitor for the California-based store. The decision has dashed the hopes of the shareholders hoping for a better price.

Analysts opine that CVS may seek to re-negotiate its offer to buy Longs. CVS on August 13 said it had agreed to pay $71.50 a share for Longs. A month later, Walgreen emerged with a $75-a-share bid. In after-hours trades, Longs fell to about $70 a share, down 2.3%.


Peter Cook Speaks About Reasons Of Divorce

Peter Cook Speaks About Reasons Of Divorce Christie Brinkley’s ex-husband blamed her for compelling him to cheat her. He said that the supermodel did not meet his demands, needs and attention that he wanted.

"I was seeking a connection I could not find in my own marriage," Cook said. "I think the emotional aspect of our lives had changed. I think we were both feeling more like we were living with a brother and sister than a life partner."


Narrow Escape For Nick Nolte

Narrow Escape For Nick NolteActor Nick Nolte had a narrow escape in a fire at his home in Malibu, California. The actor escaped with minor injuries after trying to douse the flames that had engulfed his living room, with a garden hose.

Nolte was twice nominated for an Oscar  for his roles in "The Prince of Tides" and "Affliction."

Inspector James Barnes of the fire department said, "Nick Nolte was there apparently with a water hose trying to extinguish the fire himself and of course we came to help him out.


Stomach Virus Outbreak at University of Southern California

Stomach Virus Outbreak at University of Southern California

The contagious gastrointestinal virus outbreak at the University of Southern California (USC) has risen to about 275, days after 200-Georgetown University students were infected with a similar virus.  However, the outbreak may have peaked, as there has been a decline in the number of students looking for medical help since Sunday.

The infection hospitalized ten students were experiencing vomiting, diarrhoea and abdominal cramps, while intravenous fluids had to be given to those suffering from serious dehydration.


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