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Too many health warnings may be bad for you say experts

Healthier not to.Doctors have warned that an extended exposure to health warnings may be detrimental to your health and are calling for a ceiling on the number of medical scare stories to a maximum of 5 per week.

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Posted: Oct 20th, 2011
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Doctors discover vaccine for Bieber fever

Medical researchers have discovered a vaccine that could eradicate Bieber Fever within a generation, finally silencing the hysterical screams of the condition’s prepubescent female victims.

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Posted: Mar 8th, 2011
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Official WHO Swine Flu Pandemic launch ‘most spectacular yet’

a 'truly exceptional' outbreakThe global swine Flu pandemic was officially launched in Sydney today to an estimated global audience of 3 billion. Critics hailed the spectacular as ‘the most impressive pandemic launch yet’, by general consent eclipsing the event at the Bird Flu stadium in Beijing two years ago.

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Posted: Jun 13th, 2009
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WHO apologises after accidentally turning up flu alert to 7.5

Officials at the World Health Organisation have apologised after a technician accidentally turned up the swine flu alert level to 7.5, killing 90 million people in the process. The incident happened on Sunday, when two IT engineers undertook essential maintainance; one of the men ‘noticed that the dial went up to 11, and wondered what would happen if they cranked it up a bit.’

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Posted: Jun 8th, 2009
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Officials warn on the dangers of Badly Dubbed Advert Syndrome

The World Health Organisation is advising television viewers to avoid watching advertisements following reports that Badly Dubbed Advert Syndrome, which causes the sufferer’s voice to become slightly out of synch with their mouth, has spread from TV actors to consumers.

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Posted: May 19th, 2009
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