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Omeprazol should not be taken continually for a long period
Posted by Julie Day

Popular Drug Linked to Dementia and Neurological Damage

One of the most prescribed medications in Spain has been linked to neurological damage and even dementia when taken for a prolonged period of time.


  • Omeprazol
  • vitamin B12
  • neurological damage
  • health
  • medication
Healthy diet is important
Posted by Julie Day

What Happens when Americans and Africans Swap Diets?

Many people think that it's too late to make healthier changes to their lives, but this experiment reveals that it is never too late.


  • Colon cancer
  • health
  • diet
  • McDonalds
Tax fraud
Posted by Julie Day

Things the Tax Office Will Not Forgive if We Get Caught

If you've ever thought of slipping a few lunches with friends into your business accounts, then don't. Hacienda inspectors will be on it.


  • Hacienda
  • tax office
  • accounts
  • fraud


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