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What Makes A Shooter Snap?

Last week's rampage at a Colorado movie theater has left many looking for answers about how people can commit such deadly acts of violence. Host Michel Martin speaks with Dave Cullen, journalist and author of Columbine, and psychiatrist Dr. Carl Bell about what we conclusions we should be careful not to draw in the aftermath of the Colorado shooting.
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Traditional Outreach Sidesteps HIV-Positive Latinos

Host Michel Martin discusses HIV and AIDS within the Latino community in the United States with Jesus Aguais of AID for AIDS International, which promotes prevention and treatment for Latin American patients. Also, Alicia Wilson, the Executive Director of La Clinica del Pueblo.
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Cargill Warns Of Salmonella-Tainted Ground Beef In Latest Recall

At least two people have been hospitalized in a Salmonella Enteritidis outbreak tied to ground beef from a Pennsylvania Cargill beef plant. The company is warning consumers to check packages in their freezers before consuming ground beef.
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Olympic Hopeful Works To Improve Bone Marrow Registries

For many people of African descent, a lack of registry information and genetic diversity make bone marrow matches tough to find. Lawyer and Winter Olympic hopeful Seun Adebiyi made his battle with leukemia a quest for more donors and better registries in African countries.
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Global Village At AIDS Conference Engages Visitors With Advocates

The Global Village is free and open to people who want to meet and interact with the people who fight against AIDS worldwide.

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