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The idea of a drug treatment used to fight HIV, might stave off multiple sclerosis (MS) was first propounded in 2011 by Julian Gold of Prince of Wales Hospital in Sidney, according to Medical News Today. Dr Golds suspicion was confirmed in a study published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry. HIV patients… Read more »

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Dance is passion.  Dance is rapture.  Dance is liberation.  Dance is exhilaration.  Dance is … exercise? Marcella Walker often takes groups of dancers out into the streets to prove that not only does New York have it all, but people here have the most fun too.  And not only is she dancing in the streets… Read more »

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First the Mayor went after the cigarettes and this was a good thing. The the trans-fats and  super-sized drinks followed and there were mixed reviews Now, Mayor Michael Bloomberg is coming after the elevators but we say fix the subway system first. What about disabled people and mothers with strollers? Are they not allowed to travel? While City… Read more »

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We all hear stories about bad plastic surgery but a New York man living in Tulsa went to get a nose job with a well-established Tulsa plastic surgeon and five years later does not have a nose. Now that’s a problem! As a result of his numerous operations Vishal Thakkar got a divorce and in… Read more »

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The QE2 is passing by earth today but hopefully will not dock on the West Side. The QE2, is not the ship of the same name but the1998 QE2, an asteroid, and mountain sized monster (yes you read that correctly), that will pass Earth at what NASA calls a “safe distance” of about 3.6.million miles. Let’s hope our beloved NASA are good with distances.The… Read more »

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We all do it but apparently scientists have now discovered that sitting down is bad for us. Which of course begs the question as to whether there is anything left that might not be hazardous to our health. Drinking soda, smoking, headphones, cell phones, the list goes on, and now sitting! “Prolonged sitting is not what nature intended… Read more »