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Tuesday, December 9, 2003

Flight Blood Clots Unraveled

Economy Class Syndrome' is used to describe blood clots that can form in passengers' legs on airplanes. The Early Show's Dr. Emily Senay explains the dangers.

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Janklow To Resign

South Dakota congressman Bill Janklow will resign next month, on the same day he'll be sentenced following a conviction in a deadly car crash, Jennifer Donelan reports.

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Suicide Bomb Hurts 41 Troops

Several violent attacks against U.S. troops in Iraq, including a suicide bomber who struck a relatively calm part of northern Iraq, injured more than 40 U.S. soldiers, Teri Okita reports.

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U.S. Backs 'One China'

After meeting with China's premier, President Bush said he opposes Taiwan's apparent steps toward independence, calling the U.S. policy "one China," John Roberts reports.

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U.S. Trash Trade

Aside from being good for the environment, recycling trash is a $100B global trading game between the U.S. and China, Barry Petersen reports.

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Howard Dean's Pal Al

Former Vice President Al Gore officially endorsed Democratic presidential hopeful Howard Dean. How it will impact his campaign is not yet clear, Jim Axelrod reports.

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Iraq Suicide Bombers

Suicide bombers and guerrillas attacked U.S. forces and Iraqi civilians, injuring at least 59 at the Army's 101st Airborne Division. No U.S. deaths were reported, Thalia Assuras reports.

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Economy Class Blood Clots?

Every year, nearly two million airline passengers suffer from 'Economy Class Syndrome' — blood clots from cramped conditions. Daniel Wylie tells The Early Show why he is suing a carrier.

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Sharpton Talks SNL Impact

Democratic presidential candidate Al Sharpton joins The Early Show to talk about his break from the campaign trail hosting Saturday Night Live this weekend.

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Bush Signs Medicare Bill

President Bush signed into law a landmark reform bill that, for the first time, will bring prescription drug coverage to Medicare recipients, John Roberts reports.

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