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This kid is the first time trying on Helium and he sounds so funny that he absolutely loves it. But he had little too much because of which he became funnier.
24 Jan 2018
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It`s medical Inhaler ;)
5 Mar 2007
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The man shows his talent by inhaling the fire of two lighter simultaneously
13 Nov 2007
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We take a spin around our new studio and show you what we're doing, Toshiba's new hard drives can actively protect their data, Cisco decides to kill off the Flip camera, and Asthma inhalers get GPS and Wi-Fi technology in a functionally small package.
16 Apr 2011
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*******www.ductmedic****/ It is possible that you will never think of this often but the reality is that the oxygen we take in can influence the wellness of our love ones. The DuctMedic is always devoted in developing the value of the oxygen we inhale daily. Probably air ducts cleaning is not a usual term for you actually. Nobody is more skilled contrary to the ability of the DuctMedic in giving positive results. Well, where precisely this heads you?
9 Jul 2011
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(Image Source: AeroShot) BY KYLIE MCGIVERN From Starbucks, to Red Bull, to 5-Hour Energy Drink, the latest attempt to fill that caffeine fix - caffeine inhalers - is now under investigation. Here’s Our Colorado News with a certified personal trainer’s take on the trend. “At first glance, it sounds like the latest health supplement, until you learn that in large doses caffeine can cause heart palpitations, stomach irritation, insomnia, anxiety, irritability, muscle twitching and 100-meter dashes to the bathroom.” The product, called AeroShot, is a lipstick-sized capsule currently sold as a dietary supplement. The company website claims the inhaler is a “revolutionary new way to get your energy.” “It delivers a unique blend of caffeine and B vitamins in a fine powder that dissolves quickly in your mouth. So you get a quick boost of energy that starts working right away. The energy of the future is here.” Because AeroShot is marketed as a dietary supplement, it did not have to be approved by the FDA. But Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer has taken issue with the product, and called on the FDA to evaluate it. He fears AeroShot will be used as a club drug. NY1 has more from the Senator. Senator Charles Schumer: “It’s very possible that snorting caffeine is dangerous - particularly to a 12-year-old. There are no age limits on the product. And, certainly dangerous when used in combination with alcohol.” An opinion writer for BostInno writes, Schumer is blowing AeroShot’s danger out of proportion. “It’s caffeine, bro. Would you prefer the college students of America continue blowing Adderall off their textbooks?” Each tube holds 4-6 blasts, and each puff contains 100 milligrams of caffeine - about the same amount as a large cup of coffee. But KPRC says, even with the same amount, there’s a difference in safety. “With something like a cup of coffee, your body absorbs the caffeine gradually over time. What doctors worry about is something like the AeroShot, which gives the body a heavy, quick dose of caffeine it may not be ready for.” AeroShot’s creator, David Edwards, is a biomedical engineering professor at Harvard. Amid all the scrutiny, Edwards insists his product is safe. The Christian Post has more. "Even with coffee- if you look at the reaction in Europe to coffee when it first appeared- there was quite a bit of hysteria. So anything new, there's always some knee-jerk reaction that makes us believe 'Well, maybe it's not safe.'" The FDA will make the final call, and review inhalable caffeine to determine if it’s safe and legal. It will also investigate whether AeroShot is a legal dietary supplement.
21 Feb 2012
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Everyone's heard of the concept of someone "inhaling" their drink - but this lets you do it literally! *******gamehackerz****/social-empires-hack-cheats-tool
28 May 2013
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Sashka loves inhalats and works for 600 leva per month...and she looks and feels happy :)
10 Oct 2007
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Mesothelioma-cancer of the lung lining or abdomen,often caused by asbestos. Symptoms-shortness of breath, frequent coughing, coughing up blood, chest pain. Those at risk for mesothelioma-boilermakers, plumbers, heating contractors, auto mechanics or electricians.
16 May 2008
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Made for laughs at Purple Lotus Buddhist School
11 Feb 2009
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5 Jun 2009
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Laughing gas is a type of dental sedation used by Dr.Glasmeier to help patients cope with dental anxiety.
22 Sep 2009
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Henry Anhalt DO FAAP FACOP FACE CDE Pediatric Endocrinology *******www.TheDoctorsVideos**** Dr. Anhalt completed his post-doctoral fellowship in pediatric endocrinology the Lucille Salter Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford University
5 Oct 2009
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Bosnian students reading their work from a workshop with Heather Derr-Smith in Tuzla, Bosnia. They are a little camera shy! But their voices and words are beautiful!
10 Dec 2009
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Reporter swallow giant bug on air
22 May 2010
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Remember,if you're breathing helium you aren't breathing oxygen.
21 Jan 2011
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