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Consume Less, Experts Advise as Malthusian Nightmare Returns to Haunt West

Malthus is being revisited across the West. Experts have begun to wonder whether cheap food is not a thing of past and agricultural commodity prices are skyrocketing . For those of us who have grown up in post-war Britain food prices have gone only one way, and that is down. Sixty years ago...

Cocaine Stigma Continues to Haunt Kate Moss

A school boy shocked onlookers when he taunted supermodel Kate Moss and asked for some cocaine when she refused him an autograph. Moss reportedly walked past the boy in a New York hotel without signing an autograph for him, reports mirror.co.uk. The schoolboy, who had been waiting all day, turne...

Paris' Sex Tape Comes Back to Haunt Her in the Slammer

Hotel heiress turned jail bird, Paris Hilton, is reportedly having a tough time with jail inmates who are poking fun of her internet porn video, One Night In Paris , with ex- beau Rick Salomon. A fellow inmate greeted the frightened socialite at the Lynwood centre by saying 'Paris sure know...

Polio Continues to Haunt Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is far from declaring itself a polio-free state as another detection has come up - the second in four months. // And this despite the fact that the victim was administered polio drops during five such campaigns conducted in the past. "A fresh polio case has come to light ...

Polio Continues To Haunt India

India along with Pakistan, Afghanistan and Nigeria is a polio-endemic country, according to an UN report. These nations are yet to stop the indigenous polio transmission, according to the report. // A new vaccine initiative to target remaining strains of the virus has also been announced. The...

Cellular senescence a double-edged sword

...later in life. "Chemotherapy can cure cancer but our results suggest that this cure comes with a high cost and poses a risk that could come back to haunt the patient," Campisi said. "There is a great need for new biological therapies that more effectively exploit the specific differences between normal ...

Kevin P. Miller's Film "Generation RX" Reveals Widespread Ethical Conflicts, Risks of Psychiatric Drugs to Children

...and often chilling eye-opener. Weeks after viewing, the stories continue to haunt me," said Haggis. Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) Nov...er. Many of the stories stayed with me weeks after viewing, and continue to haunt me now." Mike Adams, publisher of NewsTarget and Natural News, says t...

Chocolate Milk: The Official Drink of Halloween

... serving chocolate milk: The Official Drink of Halloween. Experts agree that lowfat chocolate milk is an easy, nutritious trick for "mummy" that won't haunt anyone's health. At a time when there are a lot of treats in the house, chocolate milk is one moms can feel good about giving to their kids, accordi...

Study shows doctor's offices can help stem abuse of Oxycontin, other narcotic painkillers

...esidents, or who had tried to fill a single prescription at multiple pharmacies. Under some circumstances, such violations of the law can come back to haunt the prescribing physician and his or her entire clinic including the loss of the license to prescribe those medicines to any patient. At the same ...

Children of New Bedford Immigrant Raids Are Victims of Terrorism, Testifies Dr. Laria Today

...vere insomnia and violent nightmares every night since she was separated from her mother." He went on describe other faces of New Bedford that still haunt him. A child who contemplated suicide, another who called 911 when her mom didn't come home that day, a breast-fed baby rushed to an emergency room wi...

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DNA evidence is in, newly discovered species of fish dubbed H. psychedelica

... Adults of H. psychedelica are fist-sized with gelatinous bodies covered with thick folds of skin that protect them from sharp-edged corals as they haunt tiny nooks and crannies of the harbor reef. Fins on either side of their bodies have, as with other frogfish, evolved to be leg-like, and members of ...

World-class environment vision to 'bring back the species'

...future generations. If we do not address this now and at the necessary scales to make a difference, the environmental cost to the Mt Lofty Ranges will haunt all future generations." About Glenthorne Glenthorne was originally purchased under a Deed of Agreement with the State of South Australia in ...
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