Spending increases for ads in support of, opposition to reform; Fluctuating blood pressure could indicate an impending stroke;

> With House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) announcing that she hopes to see House approval for a healthcare bill this week, spending for advertisements both for and against the cause are once again ramping up. For example, one conservative group announced that it plans to run $700,000 worth of ads over the next few weeks in House districts where Democrats may be "persuadable." Article

> Blood pressure that fluctuates between being high and low is more dangerous than consistently high blood pressure, and could be a sign of an impending stroke say researchers from the University of Oxford. Article

> Thimerosal, a preservative that contains mercury, is not a cause of autism according to three rulings by three separate judges last week. Article

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