Month: July 2011

Benign, Not Harmless

“I learned to my dismay that he was hearing voices; he told one doctor he had been doing so since the ’80s.”

The Brain Gene For Hangovers

Though “the hair of the dog” seems to relieve some of the hangover effects, the researchers warn that it could cause alcohol dependence.

Eye On The UN Roundup Of Global Issues

In 1995, 189 governments and more than 5,000 representatives from 2,100 ngos participated in the conference in Beijing, which promised to remove the obstacles to women’s public participation through equality in economic, social, cultural and political decision-making.

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