HONG KONG Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihiko Noda said Wednesday he would be willing to dissolve the lower house of the parliament on Friday if the main opposition Liberal Democratic Party agreed to certain conditions, according to reports. During a one-on-one debate with LDP President Shinzo Abe in the parliament, Noda said he would dissolve the lower house if the LDP backs a bill to enable the issuance of deficit-covering bonds and agreed to major electoral reform in next year’s ordinary Diet session.
Meg Evans, in red, lost 48 pounds her first year on Qsymia and another two pounds the second year.New diet drug is now available with a prescription for obese or at-risk overweight patientsQsymia, formerly known as Qnexa, was approved by the FDA in July Consumer advocates are concerned about the risk of birth defects, increased heart rate A new diet drug approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in July is now available for obese and at-risk overweight patients. The oral medication Qsymia can only be obtained with a doctor’s prescription.Qsymia (pronounced kyoo-SIM-ee-uh) is the second diet drug approved [...]
Oh, the poignancy and patriotism of it all. For weeks we as a country have been caught up in the 2012 Olympic Games in London – the pageantry, the competition, the stories, the stories, the stories. As well we should be on many levels. How great is it to stand in front of your couch while your national anthem is playing? Stirring. Or while some hard-working soul has a medal put around his neck? Wonderful. But here’s the thing about the stories. The ones that are told and re-told year after year after year, country after country, sport after sport, [...]