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Weekly News Roundup: Thanksgiving Edition

Reality BaseBy Melissa LafskyNovember 26, 2008 11:08 PM

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• The New York Times advises us to approach the Thanksgiving meal "the way a CEO might." Uhh, not even sure where to start on that one. • Some good news this holiday: Cancer diagnoses are on the decline. • The newest in medical technology: A barcode chip that tests your blood for disease. • The latest in climate change research: A shrimp on a treadmill. Seriously. • You know it's bad out there when gaming companies are seeing their stock take a hit. • And to top it off, the financial crisis hits Google. It's official: No one is immune. • Sketchy study finds that more people believe in aliens and ghosts than God. Or perhaps they just think God is an alien? • And here's a fun idea in the obesity era: health waivers for Thanksgiving dinner guests. More casserole, anyone?

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