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built for sport : the grand champion of the lochness course, torbakhopper, gettysburg, pennsylvania (2014)

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posted by alias torbakhopper on Tuesday 9th of September 2014 08:39:50 PM

here's a little sexy fun news item for all of you to mull over. it's about how benzodiazepines might actually be a root source cause for some highly nasty future episodes of awfulness. the best part is you only had to use this for a minimum of three months to increase your chance of alzheimer by 50% (like all "medical" facts, this one probably isn't really true, either, so take it with a grain of arsenic -- the reality is that it's probably much higher and much more sinister than the article admits) but please don't say no one told you so years ago... Dalmane (Flurazepam) Doral (Quazepam) Halcion (Triazolam) ProSom (Estazolam) Restoril (Temazepam) Klonopin (Clonazepam) Ativan (Lorazepam) Xanax (Alprazolam) "Paris (AFP) - Long-term use of a drug commonly prescribed for anxiety and sleeplessness is linked to a greater risk of Alzheimer's, a study said on Wednesday. Whether chronic use of benzodiazepines actually causes the brain disease is unknown, but the link is so glaring that the question should be probed, its authors said. Dementia affects about 36 million people worldwide, a tally that is expected to double every 20 years as life expectancy lengthens and the "baby boom" demographic bulge reaches late age. Researchers in France and Canada, using a health insurance database in Quebec, identified 1,796 people with Alzheimer's whose health had been monitored for at least six years before the disease was diagnosed. They compared each individual against three times as many healthy counterparts, matched for age and gender, to see if anything unusual emerged. They found that patients who had extensively used benzodiazepines for at least three months in the past, were up to 51 percent more likely to be diagnosed with Alzheimer's. The risk rose the longer the patient had used the drug. The investigators admitted the picture was foggy." written by yahoo and their fake news crew. ********** oh, it's not foggy. put the pharmacorps on trial for MURDER, attempted murder and the crime of intentional genocide!!!!!! anyone want to post bets on the idea of a new "test at home" kit for the potentially afflicted?

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