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Smashing Times for Stressed Spaniards

...by pummeling a punch ball dressed as an archetypal boss while yelling out the cause of their woes. Jorge whipped on a pair of boxing gloves before laying into the punch ball and screaming: "Money!" Another stressed soul, 40-year-old taxi driver Felix, shouted: "The M30," the generally packed ring road...

NHSs Golden Handshake Shocks People

... of the news of a golden handshake to citys health boss Chris Town on an uprecedented scale . It was a 480,000 pounds pay off by the cash strapped NHS. The Peterborough Primary Care Trust (PCT), which is responsible for family doctors, dentists and community health, gave the big redundancy package to Ch...

WAG Wedding Extravaganza for England Footballers

...s also there, according to The Sun, as was England boss Steve McClaren and a host of other high-earning English Premiership stars. Neville's wedding to former shop girl Emma Hadfield was more down to earth, with no celebrity magazine tie-up and the reception back at their six-million-pound mansion. It too...

Domestic Abuse Led Wife Killing Her Preacher Husband

... person since going to live with the family. Her boss at a dry cleaner in McMinnville also testified at her sentencing that Winkler was a model employee whom the public should not fear if she were released. A defense psychologist testified Tuesday that Winkler suffered from post-traumatic stress disor...

Australia Agonising Over the Problem of Cocaine Use by Lawyers

... of a conversation between a "supergrass" and drug boss Tony Mokbel in which a Melbourne lawyer was named as someone using drugs. But the police also warned that the two parties having the conversation were unreliable witnesses. Using cocaine would be a ground for complaint as it is illegal; if it were ...

Chocolate-makers Reverse Decision to Go for Animal Enzyme

...d to reverse its decision. "The consumer is our boss and we had lots of feedback from consumers who were unhappy about the change," Ms Dawson said. "It became very clear, very quickly that we had made a mistake, for which I am sorry. "There are three million vegetarians in the UK and not only did we...

SKorea Launches Campaign to Curb Hard-drinking Culture

...id. In a landmark case reported in May, the former boss of a South Korean woman was ordered to pay her 30 million won compensation for forcing her to go drinking with the rest of the staff after work....

Clinton, Gates Highlight Treatment, Discrimination of AIDS

Former US president Bill Clinton and Microsoft boss Bill Gates said inadequate access to treatment and continued discrimination were among the biggest problems// in combating the AIDS epidemic, in addresses to the largest ever AIDS conference under way in Toronto. "We've got to continue to fight the ...

World Cup Fans go for Patriotic Hairstyles

..."I'll wash it out before work or else I suppose my boss would tell me off." With wispy hair, colours look ridiculous, warns Koehn. "A hairdresser will usually make sure a style suits your overall appearance before starting. These weird styles do look awful on some people." Some customers are adamant, ...

More Britons Take To Alcohol Because Of Stress

...25% said they would be so worried about what their boss would think, and that they would not take time off work because of stress. The survey also asked people what they thought stress was. Over two-thirds thought stress was simply having a ‘bad day’, 63% said it was dealing with difficult people and 5...

Being Active In Winter Despite That Inner Urge

...es, but you also have to show it clearly who's the boss of the household," Froboese said. "Especially in winter, everyone should set concrete exercise goals and schedule activities," advises health psychologist Sonia Lippke of Berlin's Free University. Lippke and fellow psychologist Jutta Wittig are wor...

Cell Phones and pagers are mixed blessing

...ife, as they feel that they are disturbed by their boss for instructions and work during evenings and weekends //when they are with their family members which interferes with their private life and during office hours they find the mobile phones and pagers ringing from their homes and friends leading to l...

Australian Government To Stockpile Anti-Bird Flu Drug Relenza

...al order for Relenza since August this year. Biota boss Peter Cook was elated at the order and said that this proved that Relenza was superior to Roche's Tamiflu. 'Relenza has not demonstrated the resistance that Tamiflu has and appears to be efficacious in conditions where Tamiflu is not,' he observed. T...

Valium hits 40 years old, anxiety-free

...emist Leo Sternbach, who refused to quit after his boss at Hoffmann-La Roche ended a project to develop a tranquilizer to compete with a rival company's drug. Sternbach tested one last version and in just a day, he got the results: The compound made animals relaxed and limp.// Sternbach had made the disc...

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