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Accused 13yr Old Admits to Stabbing Her Brother

...wn on the witness stand Tuesday while admitting to stabbing her eight-year-old brother who was pleading for his life. She said that she did it only because her boyfriend told her to. She is accused of murdering her parents and eight-year-old brother in April 2006. Taking the stand in her own defense she ...

Acupuncture Points Way to Relief from Many Ailments

..., a 30-year-old from Berlin, suffered from severe, stabbing headaches during his studies, particularly when he was at the computer writing his final paper. "First they prescribed physiotherapy, then massages," he recalled. "Only acupuncture helped." After just eight acupuncture sessions, Timo was completely...

Americans in Dark About Shingles

...vary and has been described as burning, throbbing, stabbing or shooting. The older a person gets, the more he or she is at risk for long-term nerve pain. Men and women are affected equally by shingles. “I have seen, however, in my practice that women come into the doctor’s office sooner, while men tend to wa...

Bupropion relieves nerve pain

...side effects and don't always relieve the burning, stabbing and shooting sensations associated with nerve pain. Now researchers at the University of Texas have revealed that bupropion SR (sustained release) is effective against nerve pain in a trail of 30 patients. Half took bupropion for six weeks, while t...

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