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How To: Get your voice back

By Katy Nielsen

February 28, 2011

A sore throat is painful and distracting, but losing your voice can completely ruin your day. The reason people lose their voice can be the result of a cold, allergies, excessive smoking or yelling at a sporting event, to name a few. William Gatti, otolaryngologist and clinical professor at Loyola University Medical Center, has some suggestions for how to get your voice back.1. Drink fluids. Thyme or chamomile teas tend to bring som...

FBI needs oversight, regulation

By Editorial Board

February 7, 2011

The Federal Bureau of Investigation raided the homes of several anti-war activists in Chicago and Minneapolis in September 2010. Since then, several more protesters have been subpoenaed to testify before grand juries, although no charges have been filed against them, and no evidence has been disclosed by the Bureau. This lack of justification seems to support the demonstrators’ claims that the raids were just a show of power and...

US presidential candidate Barack Obama has 50% support

Barack Obama

By By Wikinews

December 12, 2009

United States presidential candidate Barack Obama now has 50% support in the polls. John McCain had a statistical lead over Barack Obama after the Republican National Convention. However, since the mid...

US presidential candidate John McCain now leads slightly in the polls

Barack Obama

By By Wikinews

December 12, 2009

United States presidential candidate John McCain now retains a lead over Barack Obama in several polls conducted in the past few days. Both Zogby International and Rasmussen Reports have McCain with a ...

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