Doctors and government regulators warn against non-medical
use of ultrasound equipment, but manufacturers and commercial keepsake
studios claim that no harm is done. Meanwhile, parents are targeted with
ads and promotions that are extremely hard to resist. What's a parent to
Best case: we've got 45 years worth of oil left. Most likely case: we're
heading for a global oil crash within the next five years. Read both sides
in this article, which surveys the available expert sources to answer the
question: When will we run out of oil?
A chorus of academics, journalists and private citizens
are warning that our current tax system poses real threats to our economic growth
to our democracy. We can increase the fairness and effectiveness of our
system by considering a handful of practical recommendations from these experts.
But if we want
an open discussion of them during the presidential campaign,
voters may have to raise these issues on their own initiative.
We conducted searches at Google and
Yahoo to see which one delivers more value and less commercially
sponsored results. Google is the winner, but still needs improvement because
users have to wade through piles of commercial listings to find the nuggets
of valuable information. It shouldn't be so hard to find what
you need, and we offer some practical suggestions for upgrading the search
We interviewed experienced parents and mental health
experts to find the most effective treatment options and the most useful
resources to help parents avoid sending their kids into harmful situations.