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90% Young Clubbers Have Symptoms of Hearing Damage After a Night Out

A new study conducted by the charity RNID suggests that 90 per cent of youngsters, aged 16 to 30 years, experience symptoms of hearing damage-dullness of hearing or ringing in the ears-after a night out. The researchers surveyed 1,381 people, more than half of whom visited a bar where the...

Need something? Talk to my right ear!

...y night club environments. In the first study, 286 clubbers were observed while they were talking, with loud m...n the second study, the researchers approached 160 clubbers and mumbled an inaudible, meaningless utterance an...study, the researchers intentionally addressed 176 clubbers in either their right or their left ear when askin...

AT-TEN-TION!!! Fit Club Veterans Take on New Recruits in an All New Season of 'Celebrity Fit Club: Boot Camp' Premiering Thursday, March 13 at 9PM ET/PT

... Veteran Fit clubbers Tina Yothers, Toccara, Willie Aames, Dustin Diamond Battle Against Newbies Erin Moran, Sommore, Brian Dunkleman, and A.J. Benza H...

Clubbers Stunned by Mick Jaggers Boozy Bash

... Rock star Mick Jagger left clubbers dumbfounded when he went a little wild at a club. The Rolling Stones singer was with his entourage at the Celia bar in Bucharest, Romania aft...

New Zealand to Ban "party Pills"

... law by the end of the year, Associate Health Minister Jim Anderton said. The benzylpiperazine (BZP) and related pills are popular with night clubbers and partygoers and are widely sold in specialist "party pill" stores, liquor outlets and some corner grocery shops. Anderton said he hoped Par...

Paris Hiltons Customary Marijuana Habit

...id ever since leaving LA prison. The Simple Life star has decided to move to Beverly Hills, which will have quieter neighbours compared to the clubbers in her locality. ...

Drugs Lure Hong Kong Youth Across China Border

... jeans throws his female partner onto his lap in a frenetic routine in time with the music. It's a typical Friday night, but while many of the clubbers hail from Hong Kong the venue itself is not in their home city. Welcome to Shenzhen, across the border in mainland China and an increasing draw for yo...

Blindness from Smoking Terrifies Teens

... later life, //reveals research published ahead of print in the British Journal of Ophthalmology. The findings are based on the responses of 260 clubbers aged between 16 and 18, collected at four UK venues in Bournemouth, Winchester, Manchester and Southampton. One in five of the young women were ...

Teens Unaware of the Link Between Smoking and Blindness

... later life, reveals research published ahead// of print in the British Journal of Ophthalmology. The findings are based on the responses of 260 clubbers aged between 16 and 18, collected at four UK venues in Bournemouth, Winchester, Manchester and Southampton. One in five of the young women were ...
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