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The men were cutting the trees down one branch after another. But this tree was on the verge to take revenge, thus delivered a fatal blow.
10 Dec 2017
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Incidents and occurrences such as this are the primal causes of fatal accidents. Watch the height this guy has climbed up to repair an air conditioner.
12 Dec 2017
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20 Nov 2017
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Infection refers to the invasion of our body by any disease causing organism, their multiplication and production of toxins. There are several different types of viruses that can infect our body. While many of these viruses only result in a mild infection that often resolves by itself, few of them may cause fatal infections. Further, symptoms of viral infection may not be noted in all. Hence, it becomes important to know about viral infections. How do viruses infect us? Viruses enter a normal living cell and then use these cells to multiply in large numbers. While doing this they can kill the cell, alter its functioning or cause it function excessively or minimally. Eventually, such a viral infection can make you sick. These viruses can often attack specific organs in your body, such as the lungs, liver, or even the blood. Does viral infection always make us ill? The body’s self-protection system, known as the immune system, can ward off several viral infections. Vaccinations can also help prevent many infections by strengthening the immune system. However, you can get ill when the immune system is not able to handle the infecting virus. These can result in the symptoms of viral infection. What are the symptoms of viral infection? Common cold, flu and warts are some of the common viral infections. Such infections are generally associated with symptoms such as fever, cough, chills and cold. The viruses causing these infections can spread from one person to another commonly through the body fluids expelled during a cough or sneeze. Some of the viruses can cause severe conditions such as AIDS, smallpox or Ebola. These infections are associated with a wide variety of symptoms ranging from fever to severe disability. Sharing needles, sexual intercourse with an infected individual or bites from infected animals can also cause the spread of viral infections.
21 Nov 2017
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Do you have prostate problems? Do you have problem with urination? Prostate problems are quite common amongst men aging between 45 and 50 years. But then, if not attended to carefully, they can turn fatal. So, how can you prevent or treat prostate problems before they become serious? And what are the different kinds of prostate problems in the first place? This post has the answers. Read on! Prostrate Problems: Given below are the three most common prostate problems. These can lead to serious health issues and hence, should not be ignored if any of the symptoms are experienced. 1. Prostatitis: Prostatitis is an infection of the prostate gland. It can happen at any age. There are three types of prostatitis namely: b. Acute Bacterial Prostatitis: This is caused by the urinary tract bacteria that enter the prostate gland through blood or flow of semen, etc. Common symptoms include frequent urination mostly at night, and pain in the genital or pelvic area. b. Chronic Bacterial Prostatitis: This term is used when there is a recurring prostate infection that may cause inflammation or pain. Symptoms of this prostatitis are frequent urge of urination, painful urination, painful ejaculation, difficulty in urination, etc. c. Chronic Non-Bacterial Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome: This is the most common form of prostatitis. It occurs in men who are between 35 and 50 years of age. This condition is characterized by inflammation and aches in prostate and the lower urinary tract. Symptoms of this condition are painful urination, difficulty in urination, blood in urine or semen, painful ejaculation, pain in the back, penis, or near genitals.
29 Nov 2017
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Forgive Me Fatal Frame
16 Jan 2007
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fatal bazooka
30 Jan 2007
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Report Stresses Need for Better Patient, Doctor and Food Service Staff Education A new report on fatalities from food induced anaphylaxis, which follows up an earlier study, suggests that little progress has been made in effectively preventing and treating food allergy reactions over the past five years. The findings support, alarmingly, earlier statistics showing that adolescents and young adults are at highest risk for fatalities. The need for more education on the part of the medical community and patients, more attention focused on reading labels and avoiding allergens, and the importance of carrying and using epinephrine are some of the major areas which need to be improved. The report, which appears in the April 2007 issue of the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology JACI looks at 31 individuals who died as a result of their food allergies. This report follows up one from 2001 in which 32 food induced fatalities were examined. These statistics are disturbing, says Anne Munoz Furlong, Founder and CEO of the Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Network FAAN, because they show we are not making the progress we hoped to in preventing food allergy related deaths or in protecting teens, the highest at risk group for fatal reactions. It is going to take more awareness and action to make a difference. The foods primarily responsible continue to be peanuts and tree nuts, such as walnuts, almonds and hazelnuts, but also include milk and shrimp. The most common food sources were restaurant or food service items with hidden allergens 46% and packaged food with undeclared allergens 27%. Desserts, particularly cookies and bakery items, and Chinese food such as egg rolls caused a significant number of the reactions. In 13% of cases, the food items were homemade. In addition, every individual, for whom there was information, had asthma. Most of the individuals were not carrying their self-injectable epinephrine, and some had never been prescribed this life saving drug. A June 2006 study entitled Risk Taking and Coping Strategies of Food Allergic Adolescents and Young Adults, also published in JACI, showed that adolescents often don't carry their epinephrine self injectors because they are self conscious about carrying something that makes them look different from their friends. The solution starts with better education of medical professionals at all levels. Physicians need to do a better job of diagnosing patients and providing adequate evaluation. They also need to redouble their efforts to emphasize the importance of allergen avoidance and carrying epinephrine at all times, reports the study co-author Allan Bock, M.D., an allergist in Colorado.
28 Mar 2007
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Fatal Year 1999 year.Threat hung. All who showed resistance have been killed. People has a new opponent and it not the person! This is my old mini-film
29 Jun 2007
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F1 1994 - Ayrton Senna Fatal Crash - Imola
20 Sep 2007
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fatal diving accident
28 Sep 2007
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senna fatal accident
1 Oct 2007
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Una nueva idea en forma de broma, para desahogarse de los owerpower warlocks del juego world of warcraft ( wow ) un fataliti al final del pvp.
15 Oct 2007
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APILAS - El mundo esta fatal
30 Jan 2008
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fatal bazooka alphonse brown au Show Case NRJ Mobile le 11 mars 2008. Plus d'infos sur : *******www.nrjmobile.fr *******blog.nrj-mobile.fr
5 Sep 2008
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fatal bazooka / michael fous ta cagoule au Show Case NRJ Mobile le 11 mars 2008. Plus d'infos sur : *******www.nrjmobile.fr *******blog.nrj-mobile.fr
17 Mar 2008
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