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 My friend commited sucide.?
this morning, my was found dead. She had OD on rynotauss her death is my fault because i ended up going to ST. Vincents after swalowing 12 tylenols. After that I ended up going to a phyc ward for 1 ...


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 How can I effectively, painlessly, and discreetly end my life?
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 How do i stop doing meth?
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 I need a good way to release anger?
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Cancer, bankruptcy, more surgeries, lost son, mental health declining, no friends, parents distanced, no professional help
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Soil Eating, a Very Dangerous Habit
Human habits are extremely diverse worldwide. But some really leave you stunned. And while we are searching for remote galaxies and worlds in the sky, some things seem to belong to other worlds. You can imagine the shock of Shamsunnahar Hena, a gynecologist in a Bangladesh hospital, when her... Read More

Over 2 Million Children Worldwide are HIV Infected
The data are gruesome. About 4 million people got infected with HIV in 2006 and another 3 million died of it. Until now, about 25 million people have died of AIDS and other 40 million people are infected with HIV worldwide, most of them in the Sub-Saharan Africa.A new report made by World Health... Read More

Impact of Physical and Sexual Abuse on Women
The physical trauma inflicted to women by their husbands goes far beyond the momentary contusions and bruised eyes. The new study made by a team of the World Health Organization (WHO), led by Claudia Garcia-Moreno and published in the journal The Lancet, relies on data about domestic violence... Read More

Eat Eggs For Healthy Boobs
You may associate eating too many eggs with health issues. But a new research to be published in The FASEB Journal shows the contrary. The dietary consumption of choline, an amine included in the group of vitamins B and considered an essential nutrient, abundant in eggs, has been found to decrease... Read More

Fat-Rich Diet of Pregnant Women Translates into Future Obese Adult Progeny
Like mother, like son. What your mother ate while pregnant with you is reflected in how you look. So says a Brazilian team who published its research made on rats in the journal "Lipids in Health and Disease." Pregnant and lactating rat females nurtured on a diet of hydrogenated fat rich in trans... Read More

The Secret for Big Muscles: Ibuprofen and Acetaminophen (Paracetamol)
What is the connection between a cold and big muscles? Compared with a placebo drug, the daily-recommended dosages of ibuprofen and acetaminophen (paracetamol) have been found to induce a significant higher growth of quadriceps muscle mass and strength gained in three months of regular weight... Read More

A Battle of the Sexes in the Womb: Boys Seem to Be the Winners
It is said that boys are born with a weaker health condition than girls, but in a battle of the sexes inside the womb, they seem to be the winners, as revealed by a research made at the Tel Aviv University and published in the journal "Pediatrics." It appears that a male twin can affect the health... Read More

Marijuana + Alcoohol = Massive Brain Cell Death
Marijuana is by far the most common illicit drug in the western world. However, pregnant women should be aware that this drug could affect severely the brain development of the children in their wombs. THC, the main active chemical of marijuana, enters into the fetal blood causing intrauterine... Read More

Four-Day-Dead Soldier's Sperm for Fertilization
If this intercession succeeds, it would be a world's first. A soldier's widow has achieved success in having sperm taken from his body and frozen four days after he died in Iraq. Sgt. Dayne Darren Dhanoolal, 26, assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 69th Armour Regiment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team,... Read More

Wine Saves the Brain
Beer or wine? A new Swedish research carried out at the Sahlgrenska Academy at University of Gothenburg and published in BJS bets on the wine. Started in 1968 and made on 1,458 women, the survey revealed this alcoholic beverage protects against dementia. At the beginning of the study, the subjects... Read More

Great Concern with Sexual Enhancement "Natural Supplements"
They are presented as "plant products" or "herbal products" that are a healthy alternative to synthetic drugs. But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has just seized over 14,000 units of Shangai- and Naturale-brand diet supplements. "The supplements - including Shangai Regular, Shangai Ultra,... Read More

Aerobics Prolongs Life by 12 Years
No doubt, practicing a sport makes you look younger. But the effect is also present inside. A new research published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine shows that a person who goes to classes of aerobic fitness may cut down up to 12 years from his/her biological age. Jogging and other types... Read More

Violent Deaths in US
You hear every day about the increasing obesity rate in US and its accompanying metabolic syndromes (from heart disease to diabetes), which has turned into the first cause of death in the country. Heart disease is the first cause of death amongst Americans, while diabetes, the fourth (the second... Read More

Too Many Eggs Can Kill the Men
It is a vivid controversy: to eat or not to eat eggs. While a recent research has showed that consuming eggs reduces the risk of breast cancer in women by 24%, thanks to choline, a new one published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition reveals that middle-aged men who eat seven or more eggs... Read More

The Brain of Your Child on Cocaine, Alcohol and Tobacco
It's clear that exposing an unborn child to drugs, alcohol and tobacco affects its brain development. This is supported by too many researches. In these cases, mothers don't limit themselves to one substance, and other factors like poverty can affect brain development as well.A new... Read More

Soy Consumption and Healthy Boobs
The secret of Chinese health is clearly found in the soy. Studies have shown many effects of a soy diet, including maintenance of a slim figure. But for women, the positive effects of the soy go further. A new meta-analysis carried out at the Georgetown University Medical Center and published in the... Read More

Testosterone Spray Boosts Women's Sex Drive
Female body contains the male sex hormone, the testosterone (like the man's body, too, contains estrogen, the female sex hormone). Testosterone is naturally produced in women by the adrenal glands and has the role of boosting sex drive. Based on this principle, researchers have imagined a... Read More

Dede, The Tree Man, Operated and Back for Love
Remember the case of Dede Koswara, 35, the Indonesian man nicknamed "Tree Man of Java", highlighted by the Discovery Channel? The man had an infection with human papillomavirus (HPV), a common human virus, known to cause warts and cervical (uterine), larynx, esophagus, oropharyngeal (throat, tonsils... Read More

Future Language Issues Can be Detected even in 3-Month Old Infants
You don't have to wait for the age of speech learning. A team led by Professor of Neuroscience April Benasich, at Infancy Studies Laboratory at Rutgers University in Newark, found just how the brains of 3-month old infants differentiate sounds signal language issues.The methods developed by... Read More

A $2 (1.2 Euro) Slimming Pill Against Obesity Pandemic
Obesity involves in most cases a lack of will. And the pandemic is rising. For most of these people eating less and healthier or exercising represent terrible ordeals. Taking a pill would be the ideal solution. There is already Xenical, a prescription-only anti-obesity drug. Its active chemical is... Read More

Opioid Drugs Finish Up Your Sex Life
Addiction is not just only severe issue with opioid drugs. Opioid drugs have been regarded as the perfect painkillers, but with one price: your sex life. These chemicals vary from morphine and heroin to papaverine, noscapine, cocaine and ephedrine. Their name comes from the fact that opioid drugs... Read More

Belly Fat Produces Powerful Hunger Hormone
Bad news. Having a big belly seems to mean that you'll have an even bigger one. A new research published in the FASEB Journal and carried out by a team led by Dr. Kaiping Yang at the Lawson Health Research Institute affiliated with the University of Western Ontario shows that abdominal fat... Read More

Child Sexual Abuse Has Declined by 5%
Public opinion has no mercy when it comes to this crime. And results of the fight against child sexual abuse can be seen: a 5% decline from 2005 to 2006, summing an over 50% decrease in 14 years, as revealed by an analysis released by the Crimes against Children Research Center at the University of... Read More

Plant Diet and Healthy Breasts
By now, this is the deadliest type of cancer among women. Survival rate is poor, especially in the case of the common and aggressive types. A new research presented at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research, April 12-16, in San Diego, CA, and carried out by a team led by... Read More

Trans-Fats Are Harmful for the Boobs
When trans-fats were made for the first time, they were seen as the solution against artery clogging animal fats. Trans-fats or trans-fatty acids are made by solidifying oily fats by hydrogenization (adding hydrogen atoms into their molecule). Margarine was the best solution for replacing the... Read More

New Mysterious Nerve Disease Caused by Pigs
We know that pork is not very healthy, but pig brain proves harmful in a very unexpected way. 18 pork plant workers in Minnesota, 5 in Indiana and 1 in Nebraska have been detected so far with a mysterious neurological disease got while removing brains from slaughtered pigs, as signaled at the... Read More

Vitamin D Protects Breasts
Enjoying sunbaths and the daily milk cup? That's really good, and if you are a woman, this decreases your risk of developing breast cancer. This is the result of a research led by Sascha Abbas and Dr. Jenny Chang-Claude at the German Cancer Research Center, collaborating with a team at the... Read More

Vitamins Shorten Your Life
You pump thousands of vitamin pills into your body in order to live longer but, in fact, this only brings you one step closer to the verge of the grave. This is what the results of a meta-analysis of 67 studies made on 230,000 people are telling us.The study revealed not only that vitamin C does not... Read More

Swedish Moist Tobacco Shortens Your Life
People think that the problem with tobacco consists in the act of smoking and that other methods of consuming tobacco would be less harmful. It seems they are wrong: a 30-year long research on the use of snus, Swedish moist tobacco, revealed that the stuff shortens your life. 30% of the 10,000 male... Read More

The Secret to Healthy Skin: Coffee
In the vivid debate on whether coffee is good or bad for our health, here comes a new study coffee supporters can always use as a pro argument: in the case of mice, caffeine works like a "sun screen", protecting their skin against the harmful ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation and ultimately against skin... Read More

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