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Bad drugs and multigrain chips

Bad drugs and multigrain chips

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Get your week rolling with these tidbits from around the web:

Live Now: Forbes' Matthew Herper is blogging the Food and Drug Administration's Avandia review in real time.

Covering Domestic Violence: Yesterday's shooting in New Mexico involved domestic violence and the workplace. Eve F. Sheedy, Deputy City Attorney, Domestic Violence Legislative and Policy Advisor in the Los Angeles City Attorney's Office, offered tips for covering domestic violence, such as, "Never use the term 'domestic dispute.'" Emily Schmidt offers tip for covering domestic violence as a public health problem.

Hungry: "As a reporter, I sometimes see things that shake me. On Tuesday, I had one of those experiences," writes Rebecca Plevin in Harvesting Health. She tells the story of a visit to a summer nutrition program in Orange Cove, California.

A Chip on Her Shoulder: There are too many opportunities for puns here, but journalist Suzanne Schlosberg takes The New York Times to task for its whole-grain reporting on Pringles' new multigrain chips in a guest post on the must-read HealthNewsReview Blog.

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