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Sylvester Stallone Regrets Smuggling Banned Substances to Australia

...y actions. It was a hard learned lesson and an eye opener that the world is a complex society and knowing the rules of your intended destination is of paramount importance. During court proceedings in Sydney on Wednesday last Stallones counsel Philip Boulten said, This is not some back-alley body builder ...

Additional Research Imperative on Lung Cancer in Women

...ncer, which is feared the most. It might be an eye opener to know that more women actually die of lung// cancer, as revealed in a new report that emerged after a discussion amongst reputed cancer specialists. Even though men were prone to lung cancer in the past, mainly due to smoking, women seem to be ...

After Ecstasy Comes the Pain… WARNING

... The 2005-06 British crime survey has been an eye opener where it has come to light, that 1.6% of 16 to 59-year-olds in the UK allegedly use ecstasy , amounting to nearly half a million drug users. The damage that the drug causes is attributed to the disturbance in the chemical, serotonin, that is known to...

Blind Girl Students to Catwalk in Guwahati Fashion Show

...told IANS. "I am sure this show would be an eye opener for the fashion industry as such shows are not only about the skin but mean more than that." The visually challenged students would catwalk to music arranged by DJ Yan, who has just recovered from a serious neurological attack. "For me, the visu...

Doctors Are Too Rushed To Give Bedside Manners Its Due

...e author said that this study has served as an eye opener for improved attention to geriatric care....

Light at the end of the tunnel for patients suffering Keratoconus.

...ose of light and vitamin B2, promises to be an eye opener to nearly tens and thousands of Australians. // It is well known that almost 10,000 Australians suffer a degenerative disease of the eyes, called keratoconus, which can ultimately lead to blindness. The envisaged treatment will entail application of...

Distinct Brain Sections Are Activated While Making Risky Decisions

...cal decision making. The experiments were an eye opener in the direction of the new and emerging field of neuroeconomics. Neuroeconomics is a relatively new area of research in which neuroscientists, economists, psychologists and psychiatrists together work to better understand how the brain works when pe...

Stop HIV/AIDS in its Tracks with Education

... of HIV Positive patient Shenequa Flucas is an eye opener to the benefits of HIV education, known to hold the key to curb its escalation. // She was diagnosed with aids in 1997 and subsequently delivered her second baby. Depressed with low self esteem, she is today, a changed person, because of the educat...

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