Category Archives: Drugs

Drug Dexamethasone Can Save 35% Deaths From Covid

Dexamethasone s a steroid drug used to reduce inflammations. It can save some very ill Covid patients on oxygen and ventilators from death. It was studied in a trail study in UK with a 35% success rate. Dexamethasone reduced deaths … Continue reading

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Driving & Drinking By RSA

Title: Fatal Collisions 2008-2012 –  Alcohol As A Factor Author: Ireland, RSA Published: Dublin, Road Safety Authority, 2016 Full Text & Source: Sample Text Background to Report Over the time period 2008 to 2012, 983 fatal collisions occurred on … Continue reading

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Health A-Z

Title:Health A-Z – Conditions and treatments Author: NHS, UK Full Text & Source: The Internet, Online, 2/3/2016 Sample Text: Common conditions Chickenpox Thrush Depression Sciatica Norovirus infections Diabetes Back pain Glandular fever Menopause Kidney infection Childhood conditions Measles Diarrhoea Mumps … Continue reading

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Buying Drugs On The Internet: Ireland’s Latest Scandal

Illegial Drugs Buying Over The Internet Ireland’s Latest Scandal by Annette J Dunlea Online pharmacies, or Internet pharmacies, are pharmacies that operate over the Internet. Pharmacies offering medication without requiring a prescription and doctor review or supervision are sometimes fraudulent … Continue reading

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Irish Crime by Annette J Dunlea

Irish Crime by Annette J Dunlea Published in The Carrigdhoun Newspaper April 2010 p.24 97% of the Irish population believe crime is spiralling out of control. The illict drug market and associated crime is having a corrosive impact on Irish … Continue reading

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