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Queen's in the News: November 1, 2012

Nick Bala (Law) – Parents often fight for their child’s love during custody battles, on syndicatednews.net.

Chris Simpson (School of Medicine) – New laws requiring doctors to report people whose medical conditions might impair their driving are unfairly penalizing many heart patients who likely pose little danger, in the National Post and on the Arlene Bynon Show AM640 radio (Toronto).

Barrington Walker (History) – Leafs centre Tyler Bozak latest public figure to test Halloween taboos, in the National Post.

Ryan Mulligan (Civil Engineering) – An update on Hurricane Sandy, on the CTV News Channel.

Rob Morrison (English) – What are the literary origins of Frankenstein and vampires, on the CTV News Channel, CBC Radio Ottawa’s All in a Day and CKNW (Vancouver radio).

Elaine Power (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Have the number of Canadians using food banks increased?, on CBC Radio Winnipeg.

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