You need to watch!There is a new Party drug-and every supermarket sells them

Dance and Party on the current Band – for many, it is associated with alcohol and illegal drugs. It will also give a different stimulant for wild dance experiences – in Berlin, at the very least, swears by cocoa. In October 2015, there are once-a-month Party, such as the news magazine "Ozy" reported. "Sunday Gathering" the operator of Lucid Party […]

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Rachel McAdams Opens Up About Being a New Mom — but Don’t Expect a Lot of Juicy Details

We may not get a blow-by-blow of McAdams’ life as a mom on Instagram, but it’s totally understandable that she wants to keep this aspect of her life private. And are there more out-of-the-limelight children in McAdams’ future? “I think there is definitely room for more,” she said. Way to be just vague enough, Rachel. We’ll be anxiously awaiting more details […]

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Mega-calorie Burner: A Fitness Exercise will build up your body immediately – Video

To stay fit, you can buy expensive sports equipment or a Change the week to the fitness Studio race. Much more effective one Exercise that you can do anytime, anywhere – with just your own body weight. The Video shows how to do it. Who knows the fitness, exercise, loves and hates you at the same time: The talk is […]

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Clearing up information about corneal dystrophies

Jayne Weiss, MD, Associate Dean of Clinical Affairs, Professor and Chair of Ophthalmology at LSU Health New Orleans School of Medicine, is the lead author of an editorial about inaccuracies in the medical literature that medical professionals rely upon to diagnose corneal dystrophies, as well as a free resource that provides correct information. The paper is published in the November […]

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Angiotensin-Converting Enzyme Inhibitors May Up Lung CA Risk

TUESDAY, Oct. 30, 2018 — The use of angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors (ACEIs) is associated with an increased risk for lung cancer compared with angiotensin receptor blockers, according to a study published online Oct. 24 in the BMJ. Blánaid M. Hicks, Ph.D., from Jewish General Hospital in Montreal, and colleagues conducted a population-based cohort study involving 992,061 patients newly treated with […]

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