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Funny story: Antihistamines cause hay fever

Antihistamines cause hay fever

Hot on the heels of the news that headache tablets cause headaches, it turns out that hay fever tablets cause hay fever. "I suppose the clue was always on the box," said Angie Benji, of the British Medical Institution. "It doesn't say 'Cures Heada...
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Funny story: Wayne Rooney Blames Hay Fever For Dalliances With Prostitutes

Wayne Rooney Blames Hay Fever For Dalliances With Prostitutes

Insiders say that Wayne Rooney has been left with little option other than to consort with prostitutes and ladies of the night in order to alleviate severe symptoms of hay fever. Leaping to the defence of the baldy scouse 'Once a blue forever a Ma...
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Funny story: Bees Allergic To Pollen

Bees Allergic To Pollen

The decline in bee populations is probably due to over-exposure to pollen, the Environment Secretary Caroline Spelman probably claimed today. Bee populations have been shrinking in recent years and lobby groups have pressed for government funding...
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Funny story: Miracle Hay Fever Cure Imminent

Miracle Hay Fever Cure Imminent

A team of British researchers at the Institute Of Hay Fever Studies has announced that a miracle cure for the debilitating condition is imminent, and hope to have their new product on the market in time for next year's hay fever season. Chief Rese...
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6,815 Americans die on Black Friday

Some 6,815 Americans died on Black Friday, which is the average daily number of deaths in the U.S. The difference: 6,754 of these deaths were blamed on crazy-ass shoppers trying to score a bargain.
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