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Scare Flu spreads from tabloids to the broadsheets

probably caught it from contact with the tabloids The lethal infection may cause mass panic on a scale not seen since a Scottish swan was supposed to have died from Bird Flu.

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Posted: Oct 20th, 2014
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What doesn’t kill you may not actually make you stronger, warn doctors

soon afterwards, this man was run over by a truckControversial new research published today in The Lancet challenges the accepted medical wisdom that any ailment which does not result in your death must inevitably make you stronger. Doctors have discovered that among those conditions which won’t leave you feeling better than before are cancer, HIV/AIDS, strokes, Parkinson’s disease, a broken spine, Ebola, heart attacks, radiation poisoning and massive trauma to the head. In fact the study concluded that the only medical condition that will definitely make you stronger is prolonged steroid addiction, but that too can cause premature death.

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Posted: Jul 30th, 2014
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Bird Flu-resistant chickens ‘actually cats’

Researchers who have developed a new genetically modified strain of chickens that are able to resist bird flu have denied claims they are actually cats.

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Posted: Jan 14th, 2011
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Widespread panic as PCs develop resistance to ‘turning it off and on again’

Office workers have reported scenes of anger, consternation and panic as PCs up and down the country yesterday failed to respond to the popular troubleshooting technique of ‘turning it off and on again’.

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Posted: Sep 28th, 2010
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Pharmaceutical companies cashing in ahead of feared ‘World Cup fever’ outbreak

Pharmaceutical companies welcomed a decision by UK authorities to spend millions of pounds on medication to counter an imminent threat of ‘World Cup Fever’.

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Posted: Jun 9th, 2010
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