Wednesday, October 25, 2006

Bush Strategy of Fear Promotes Cancer?

Well, why not?
  • Young female rats afraid of new environments developed cancer tumors sooner than their more adventuresome sisters, a new study finds. The researchers called the difference "striking." The apprehensive rodents died sooner than others in the study because they got cancer earlier in life, on average. Importantly, however, the study found no difference in the length of time between onset of cancer and death in the two sets of rats.
  • And here is a video of Olbermann's latest, about the Bush administration Advertising Fear.


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