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  • Death Will Come and Will Have Your Eyes

    Death Will Come and Will Have Your Eyes0

    Poetry or real life experience? Once upon a time there was a high school student who was struggling to write a literature essay. The student couldn’t find anything good about the writer she had to discuss; he simply looked like a depressed misogynist, unable to even properly commit suicide at the first try. There is

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  • Sick Of Stress: Is Fear Making Us Ill?

    Sick Of Stress: Is Fear Making Us Ill?10

    Fear of terror increases pulse, the risk of disease and subsequent death. The jitters, cold sweats, fast heart rates, heavy breathing. Fear is known to provoke strong bodily reactions. But how much does fear really influence our health? Can fear make you ill? And if so, is this preventable? In a study published in PNAS

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  • Mental Illness Is More Deadly Than Tobacco

    Mental Illness Is More Deadly Than Tobacco1

    Time to take a closer look at treatment of mental diseases.  We all know tobacco as a killer. It was first found about 18.000 years ago in America and since then its main method of administration has been smoking. This tobacco use is recognized as a major cause of several diseases such as heart diseases,

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  • You Donate Your Body to Science, You Die … What Happens Next?

    You Donate Your Body to Science, You Die … What Happens Next?0

    Death can be the start of a whole new life. You’ve just died. Your family is distraught. Before passing on, you made arrangements to donate your body to your local university for the purpose of scientific training. Your family and friends respect this wish and, like you, believe in its value. But what happens now?

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  • Editor’s Note | Date With Death

    Editor’s Note | Date With Death0

    “Nothing is certain but death and taxes.” I believe I first heard this phrase years ago in the  – not so great – movie Meet Joe Black, and somehow it always stuck with me. However, it was only after I decided to use it as the inspiration for this magazine issue, that I first realized

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  • Red Meat Consumption May Increase Risk of Death

    Red Meat Consumption May Increase Risk of Death0

    A team of researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston have studied more than 120,000 people over 30 years to find that ‘red meat consumption is associated with an increased risk of total, CVD [Cardiovascular disease], and cancer mortality.’ While many papers link red meat consumption to a wide range of diseases,

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