efforts to rescue three people in the flood disaster
That didn't look so therapeutic to me...
As these couple of girls were sliding down a water ride slowly, a dude comes down sliding and hits them from behind causing a painful crash.
All three people are dead, but I heard the car is salvageable.
Powerful tornadoes have struck areas of the US two nights in a row, leaving three people dead.
A random kid showing his B-boying skill on the road while the other three people watch his amazing talent standby. The faces look impressed!
Passes three people and scores.
A story about theft, both criminal and emotional, Breaking & Entering follows three people whose lives intersect in the inner-city area of King's Cross. When a landscape architect's (Jude Law) state of the art offices in a seedy part of town are repeatedly burgled, his investigations launch him out of the safety of his familiar world.
Breaking & Entering is Academy Award-winning director Anthony Minghella's first original screenplay since his 1991 feature debut, "Truly Madly Deeply." Minghella, Sydney Pollack and Timothy Bricknell are producing for Minghella and Pollack's Mirage Enterprises.
The Pakistan earthquake (also known as the South Asia earthquake) of 2005 was a major earthquake whose epicenter was the Northern Pakistan 7 the Pakistan-administered disputed region of Kashmir.The earthquake occurred at 08:50:38 Pakistan Standard Time (03:50:38 UTC) on October 8, 2005. It registered a minimum magnitude of 7.6 on the moment magnitude scale making it a major earthquake similar in intensity to the 1935 Quetta earthquake, the 2001 Gujarat Earthquake,
and the 1906 San Francisco earthquake. As of 8 November, the Pakistani government's official death toll was 73,276, while officials say nearly 1,400 people died in
Indian-administered Kashmir and three people in Afghanistan.
REDEFINING DIABETES MANAGEMENT: FIRST FDA-APPROVED INHALED INSULIN, EXUBERAÂ® (insulin human [rDNA origin]) Inhalation Powder, REDUCES BARRIERS FOR DIABETES PATIENTS TO ACHIEVE GOOD BLOOD SUGAR LEVEL CONTROL
Diabetes is a growing health crisis, affecting nearly 21 million Americans. Most have type 2 diabetes â a progressive disease â and ultimately many will require insulin therapy. Despite the availability of insulin, a proven and effective treatment for diabetes, average blood sugar levels have continued to rise over the last 10 years. Approximately two out of three people with type 2 diabetes have uncontrolled blood sugar levels even if they are currently on treatment. Many patients are reluctant to start or increase insulin treatment because of injections. Some delay insulin use for as long as 10 years.
For the first time, there is now an insulin that does not need to be injected. EXUBERA, the first and only FDA-approved inhaled insulin, is now available in pharmacies to help treat adults with type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Taking EXUBERA doesn't require needles.