Daily Feed: Kennedys Divided Over Future of Family Compound

Kennedys Divided Over Future of ‘Camelot-by-the-Sea’. As the Kennedys gather this weekend for the marriage of Patrick Kennedy and Amy Petitgout, the family is undecided on what’s in store for the family’s compound that’s been in use for generations. [AP]

FDA Gives Warning on Boston Scientific Surgical Mesh. Women who undergo surgeries with the mesh instead of stitches are more likely to experience pain, bleeding and infection. Embattled Boston Scientific is one of five manufacturers of the product. [FoxNews.com]

Romney Camp Tells Parents Where to Park It. … and it’s pretty much anywhere but in their campaign parking lot. [UniversalHub.com]

Globe Columnist: Bikes Not the Problem, It’s The People On Them. “[Urban bicyclists] exude a sense of superiority as they sip vitamin water amid an afternoon breeze,” says Brian McGrory. How’s that for a round of stereotyping to kick off the day? [Boston.com]

Do Search Engines Make Our Memory Worse? A study co-authored by a Harvard researcher says that online technologies impact the way we remember information. [NYTimes.com]


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