Safety Ed

Drinking makes you stupid, but it’s OK
December 19, 2006, 7:50 pm
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My brain hasn’t quite fully recovered however.

The researchers from Germany, the UK, Switzerland and Italy measured the patients’ brain volume at the beginning of the study and again after about 38 days of sobriety, and they found that it had increased by an average of nearly two per cent during this time.


New labels to scare the shit out of already vulnerable people
December 14, 2006, 7:35 pm
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Why would you want to suggest to a depressed person that the medication the are taking might make them suck on the barrel of their daddy’s gun?

Antidepressants can increase the risk of suicidal behaviors in people up to age 24, federal public health officials warned Wednesday as they decided to expand a drug warning label that now applies only to children and adolescents.

Be safe while getting your clock cleaned
December 12, 2006, 7:32 pm
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If you can’t take a punch, you will loose the fight, and some teeth.

Taking a punch is very important if you are fighting. If you can’t take punches, you will more likely lose in a fight. Here are some instructions you can use to help you take a punch.

More evidence, Schools are deadly
December 7, 2006, 10:39 pm
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This is why I never went, I knew it could happen.

The Air Force will pay more than $500,000 to an Ocean County elementary school that was mistakenly shot by an F-16 on a training maneuver two years ago.

Everyone relax: Pot is good for you
December 5, 2006, 10:25 pm
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I told you Mom.

A synthetic chemical similar to the active ingredient in marijuana makes new cells grow in rat brains. What is more, in rats this cell growth appears to be linked with reducing anxiety and depression. The results suggest that marijuana, or its derivatives, could actually be good for the brain.

Safety in History
November 30, 2006, 10:13 pm
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Why did we stop using this thing?

THE sending of false fire alarms by mischievous persons may be eliminated through use of a newly developed call box. To use the device, the sender of an alarm must pass a hand through a special compartment to reach the signal dial. Once the dial has been turned, the sender’s hand is locked in the compartment until released by a fireman or policeman with a key.

Safety tip of the decade: Stay out of Iraq
November 28, 2006, 6:36 pm
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What happened to the flowers and candy?

well, what we have here is an ambushed humvee. notices how some are entrance holes and others are exit holes?…mostly exit holes