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AuthorSharla Mctavish

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March 22, 2004

The other day, someone I know, Red, took off his shoes in public. Not that going commando foot style is a bad thing – I love going bare foot and running around on grass, one of the best things in the world. However the bacteria that called Red home were just plain out of control. […]

March 15, 2004

P, short for Pure Methamphetamine, developed from its parent drug amphetamine with the base compound of Pseudo-ephedrine, has become social anathema to the Police, doctors and Nurses who treat the results of it and to Social Workers and Counsellors across the country who pick up the pieces of shattered lives. Available to all (with enough […]

March 15, 2004

I must have known instinctively as a child that eating organs was just asking for trouble. Lamb’s fry and bacon, tripe, strips of sheep or cow brain delicately fried. It makes more sense now given I know what I know about organs themselves and all the happy little diseases that can arise from eating organs.

March 8, 2004

Are you a risk taker? Do you enjoy the thrill of the moment? Well it seems you’re in good company, according to Dr Karen Poutasi, Director-General of Health, young New Zealanders are inveterate risk takers. We soar to great heights, dive the deep oceans, throw ourselves off perfectly safe bridges, we drink till we pass […]

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