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  • FEATURE: Malaysians sober up to dangers of ecstasy

    What began as a weekend drug for yuppies in Malaysia’s trendy nightspots has become the latest nightmare for authorities in the country, where ecstasy use is soaring despite the threat of long jail terms and the death sentence for those who take it. Police and drug enforcement authorities say the illicit sale and manufacture of

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  • Benefits of Avocadoes

    Foods that are considered “complete” on their own are rare and hard to find, but eating them is always definitely worth all the wait and search. Such is avocado. Eat it on its own, or make guacamole – it’s not only yummy, it also has lots of benefits you may not even be aware of.

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  • Safe and Natural Sleep Aids for Sweeter Dreams

    Not getting enough shut-eye can eventually cause an unfortunate shutdown of your systems and your lifestyle. The most sensible person can turn into a terrible monster without enough sleep – sleep deprivation is the very culprit of those mood swings, poor performance at work or school, and the inability to remember even the most basic

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  • Law Report: Court ruling against whooping cough claim

    Queen’s Bench Division Loveday v Renton and another Before Mr Justice Stuart-Smith March 29 and 30 1988. In an action claiming damages for brain damage alleged to have been caused by whooping cough (pertussis) vaccination the plaintiffs failed on a preliminary issue to show on the balance of probabilities that the vaccine was capable of

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  • Heroin brain damage rising

    The number of victims of heroin-induced brain damage, who are sometimes left blind, paralysed or incontinent, has increased dramatically in recent years, figures show. Many are left unable to care for themselves, but they are forgotten statistics, ignored amid the publicity surrounding drug deaths and drug-related crime. Others make significant recoveries and the signs of

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  • Harefield sued over brain damage

    MATTHEW POYNTER was such a lively, happy baby that the management of Harefield hospital in west London chose to feature him in a promotional video to raise funds. Matthew, then just one year old, was filmed to the strains of the pop star Sting singing Every Breath You Take. His parents treasure that video. It

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  • Doctors testify brain damage came from blows

    Article by bestweightlossprogramsreviews.org A DOCTOR from Britain has told the High Court in Dublin that he considered a Co Dublin man, who is claiming he was beaten violently by gardai, had sustained brain damage from “day one” of the injury artd it was irreversible. Dr Michael Abdul, head of the Solihull Pain Relief and Sports

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  • Urgency addiction can put you on road to ruin

    Article written by Rapid Weight Loss guide Those who rely on an adrenaline rush at work are at risk, writes URGENCY addiction is an acquired, unhealthy, physical and psychological dependence on the adrenaline rush and validation experience delivered by handling urgent matters. This definition is a product of research by MBA student Dirk Vermooten at

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