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Blood Pressure Cure? I Know A Much Easier One Claims Local Man

Funny story: Blood Pressure Cure? I Know A Much Easier One Claims Local Man

Scientists claim to have found the cause of high blood pressure. The discovery means that it maybe possible to develop specialist drugs to tackle the problem and save thousands of lives every year. A PhD student, Francine Marques, supervised by...

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Masturbation 'Biggest Factor' in Elvis-style Fatalities

Funny story: Masturbation 'Biggest Factor' in Elvis-style Fatalities

Self-abuse, coffee, blowing your nose and straining to defecate could increase the risk of of a fatal stroke similar to Elvis Presley's, say researchers in Madrid. Eight risk factors were linked to bleeding on the brain. They all increase blood pr...

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Blood Pressure Diagnosis Errors Cause Rise In Blood Pressure

Funny story: Blood Pressure Diagnosis Errors Cause Rise In Blood Pressure

Doctors and nurses around the country are reporting a sudden rise in patients' blood pressure today. The news follows hard on the heels of reports that millions of people have been wrongly diagnosed with hypertension. Said Dr Liz Stethoscope, o...

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Aeroplane Sleepers Risk High Blood Pressure

Funny story: Aeroplane Sleepers Risk High Blood Pressure

Passengers who sleep on aeroplanes run the risk of developing high blood pressure, and many other life-threatening illnesses that arise from it, says a report published today.

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Following Michael Richards' "N-word" Incident, FDA Warns: Salty Crackers Hazardous to Health

Funny story: Following Michael Richards' "N-word" Incident, FDA Warns: Salty Crackers Hazardous to Health

WASHINGTON, D.C. - In the wake of Michael Richards' infamous "N-word" incident, the United States Food and Drug Administration has issued a new warning: salty crackers may be hazardous to your health.

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