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Top Five signs a drug should be recalled

1. The experimental mice have begun building tiny wooden carts and are circulating through the cages collecting bodies.

2. Your new nickname: SpongeBob SquishPants

3. Sure, your genital warts are gone - but unfortunately, so are your genitals.

4. It helped you hit 70 home runs, but also makes you act like a jerk.

5. Every time you try to dial the side-effect hotline, your new lobster arm swats the phone from your hand and clamps your nose with its pincers.


Hello from the Editor

This issue we look at Bird Flu, a disease that has been in the news a lot lately. We also discuss nipple discharge and a treatment for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

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Bird flu – should you be concerned?

Bird flu as the name suggests is normally found in birds. Occasionaly it infects humans often with deadly results, but luckily does not spread easily between people. The fear is that it could combine with a human flu virus and cause an easily spreadable and dangerous disease that would kill millions of people around the world.
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Nipple Discharge
What does it mean if liquid discharges from a woman’s nipple? Obviously it’s normal for milk to discharge during pregnancy and after child birth. It is also quite common for milk or other liquids to come out at other times, but it can be a sign of disease. It can even happen in men. Read more…
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Exercise for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is still a mysterious condition without a clear cause. Sufferers experience debilitating tiredness that can last for many months and it can be very difficult to treat. One of the few therapies that appears to help is exercise therapy.
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