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December 15, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
A 12th person died in Britain's worst outbreak of food poisoning, health officials said. An 84-year-old woman, who was among pensioners at a church lunch in Scotland where suspect meat pies were eaten last month, died at a Glasgow hospital, the officials said. The victims have all been elderly. Most of the cases are linked to two Scottish butcher shops, one of which recently won awards for its products. More than 300 people have reported symptoms of the food poisoning caused by E. coli bacteria.
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December 18, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
A 13th person has died in Britain's worst outbreak of food poisoning, officials said. A "frail and very elderly" woman died of the E. coli strain of food poisoning at a Scottish nursing home near Glasgow, health officials said. The 13 people who have died have all been elderly. Most of the cases are linked to two Scottish butcher's shops--one of which recently won awards for its products. More than 300 people have reported symptoms of the food poisoning.
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December 18, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
A 13th person has died in Britain's worst outbreak of food poisoning, officials said. A "frail and very elderly" woman died of the E. coli strain of food poisoning at a Scottish nursing home near Glasgow, health officials said. The 13 people who have died have all been elderly. Most of the cases are linked to two Scottish butcher's shops--one of which recently won awards for its products. More than 300 people have reported symptoms of the food poisoning.
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December 15, 1996 | From Times Wire Reports
A 12th person died in Britain's worst outbreak of food poisoning, health officials said. An 84-year-old woman, who was among pensioners at a church lunch in Scotland where suspect meat pies were eaten last month, died at a Glasgow hospital, the officials said. The victims have all been elderly. Most of the cases are linked to two Scottish butcher shops, one of which recently won awards for its products. More than 300 people have reported symptoms of the food poisoning caused by E. coli bacteria.
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January 9, 2008 | STEVE LOPEZ
Question for you. A 58-year-old woman moves from Santa Monica to Studio City, keeps the same exact healthcare plan and has no change whatsoever in her health status. Does her monthly premium: A) Stay the same. B) Decrease by $75. C) Increase by $39. D) None of the above; she loses her coverage altogether. The crazy thing about healthcare is that no one would be surprised by any of those answers.
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