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E-Mail Affects Brain More Than Marijuana

Today’s technology has replaced the smoking pot and cigar of the 70s. If you want to kill your brain //cells in true 21st-century style, just stay on your cell phone and check your e-mail multiple times over the course of an afternoon... ..A study commissioned by Hewlett-Packard shows that today's dependency on daily technology, including e-mail and cell phones, can be slightly more detrimental t...

Spam Mails about Lipstick Causing Cancer to Be Ignored

Sophos's global network of virus, spyware and spam analysis centers, have warned users not to fall for a chain letter that is spreading across the internet.// ..This letter claims that lipstick causes cancer. ..The emails claim that some brands of lipstick contain a dangerously high level of lead which can cause cancer. ..But Cancer Research UK has confirmed that the email claims are not true....

Blackberry Email Can Get Dangerously Addictive

Experts have warned the users of Blackberry email devices on its addictive qualities.// ....The health experts have warned that the devices could get so addictive that owners might need to be slowly moved away from using them with treatment that is similar to that given to drug users. ....The study, which had been carried out by Rutgers University School, in New Jersey, claims that the Blackber...

Mail-Order Drugs: Deal or No Deal?

Buyers beware. Businesses that encourage employees to order prescription drugs through the mail may not be reaping the financial rewards they think they are//. ....In recent years, mail-order pharmacies, owned by pharmacy-benefit managers (PBMs), have become popular among cost-conscious companies offering prescription benefits to their employees. Their belief – supported by a 2005 Federal Trade...

For an Anthrax Free Smailholm, Decontamination Operation Begins

Remanence of anthrax spores in Smailholm and the border areas has raised the concern of NHS Borders, instigating a decontamination operation// at a village hall where drumming classes were being conducted. ....NHS Borders have deputed the New York-based specialists Sabre, to look into this matter. The finding revealed that there were traces of anthrax evident in certain areas in Northumberland a...

Mailing Pamphlets can Reduce Alcohol Consumption

Mailing a simple information pamphlet to interested drinkers in the general population reduced binge drinking by 10 per cent. It is found to be a promising// public health approach to reduce the health and social problems associated with heavy drinking, shows a new study. ....Brief interventions to help people change their alcohol use have long been recognized as a potentially useful strategy,...

Physical Activity can Be Increased by a Motivating Mail

Simple personalized program delivered by mail is more effective than one-on-one phone counseling. As Americans struggle to become more physically active, simple programs that provide feedback and motivation can play a crucial role in getting people off to a good start. ...Researchers found feedback delivered via mail was equally as effective at increasing physical activity in the short-term and...

Botox Offers Via Mail Order Enrages Plastic Surgeons

Plastic surgeons are outraged by a recent advertisement for botox operations made via a clothing catalogue. The offending feature , which belongs to the plastic surgery firm- Transform, and which shared space with items of clothing from company Grattan, has been receiving brickbats from many of Britains cosmetic surgeons. ...The Grattan catalogue enables shoppers to buy treatments, pay over a num...
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