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Oral contraception, or the Pill, is the birth control method preferred by over 12 million American women! Why is it so popular?
6 Oct 2009
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0:22 Know if is it possible to get pregnant on the pill and to have regular baby or twins
3 Oct 2010
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Music Video for San Francisco area band, Dr. Evazon. Produced and Directed by Mike Quick, Edited by Tony Lupoi, Cinematography by Johnny Ching.
14 Sep 2007
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7 Dec 2007
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In the pilot episode of Satacracy 88, Angela's humdrum life is invaded by strange nightmares and terrifying assailants.
21 Apr 2008
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San Francisco Bay Area Rock Band Dr. Evazon. Produced by Quick ONE Media, Directed by Mike Quick
9 May 2009
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Plastic daily pill boxes will soon be a thing of the past.
25 Mar 2010
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Beat done by my boy Dustin and help by Matt.Audio will be fixed shortly. Enjoy!
25 Mar 2010
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There were protests over it, songs dedicated to it and it’s even credited with spurring the women’s liberation movement! Check it out here and celebrate its 50th Anniversary with Prentice on today’s What the Hell? only on
14 May 2010
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31 May 2010
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Worried that he has gotten the free-spirited Mindy pregnant after an unprotected one-night stand, Fred feigns romantic interest and sticks by her side for twelve hours to make sure she takes both doses of the morning-after pill.
19 Jan 2012
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This AMV is about what 'Magical Shopping Arcade Abenobashi' would be like if it was a pharmaceutical company. This AMV uses the song 'Paracetomoxyfrusebendroneomycin' by The Amateur Transplants. There is some strong language in this. This song starts slow (there is little action for the first 30 seconds) but then it rapidly speeds up. During the first 30 seconds I add in the Paracetomoxyfrusebendroneomycin pill I made, originally I planned to add this in whenever Paracetomoxyfrusebendroneomycin was mentioned but I decided to add health claims instead. On the pill is the letter 'P' is an Edwardian font, however since the pill is sideways it looks like an 'S'. Here is a list of the medical terminology used in the song. AIDS: Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome. BNF: British National Formulary. COPD: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. DVT: Deep-vein Thrombosis. HIV: Human Immunodeficiency Virus. IV: Intravenous. ME: Myalgic Encephalomyelitis. MI: Myocardial Infarction. MS: Multiple Sclerosis. NHS: National Health Service. PE: Premature Ejaculation. SARS: Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. This AMV won Best Comedy and Best of Show in the Phoenix Anime Fest (
19 Feb 2007
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Lately Tom Megalis can't sleep and is a bit anxious. He goes to see whacked out Dr. Halli Malli who perscribes pills. Megalis decides to check with his old Greek parents before taking the pills. Witness the madness in glorious puppet animation.
24 Jun 2007
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It's the Gnooze! (the G is silent) Democrats can't override the Bush veto, Middle schoolers on the pill, and David Copperfield is raided by the FBI. Marta Costello hosts the Gnooze - today's news in about 2 minutes.
19 Oct 2007
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Cannot stand the annoying from the ghost, the man try to kill himself with the pills. Unfortunately, he take the wrong pills [[ viagra]].
24 Oct 2007
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1:01 We live in a 'quick fix' world. Everywhere we turn, there are miracle cures for whatever ails you. Whether you have a headache, backache, depression, bladder infection, or anything under the sun, there is usually some quick remedy to make it better. What happens when your problem doesn't fall under the scope of traditional ailments? What happens if your problem is snoring? Have you ever heard of an apnea sleep pillow? If you have problems with snoring, you know how frustrating the habit can be. Not only does it disturb your spouse or partner's sleep, it also leaves you feeling tired and drained the next day. No, that's not your imagination. You may have been puzzled at how you can be tired after having a full eight hours sleep. The bottom line is that when you snore, you actually don't enjoy a good night's rest. That's where an apnea sleep pillow can help. It's true that snoring interrupts your normal pattern of sleep. Those people who suffer from sleep apnea have snoring patterns that vary in volume. They are interrupted by silences that are then interrupted by odd sounds such as a gasp or a snort. This is because the snorer is actually experiencing a lapse in breathing. Apnea sufferers often go without breathing for more than ten seconds. That gasping and wheezing sound or that snort is a sign that the person is struggling to catch a breath. This is just one of the reasons why people have turned to apnea sleep pillows for relief. Sleep apnea pillows are specially designed to help you stop snoring. Since snoring occurs as a response to an obstructed airway, apnea sleep pillows are equipped with elevated foam panels designed specifically to open the airways as much as possible and provide for even, uninterrupted breathing. If you are dismissing the idea of an apnea sleep pillow by telling yourself you'll just continue taking an over-the-counter sleeping pill, think again. Any type of sedative can actually worsen your snoring symptoms. So, although the pill may help send you straight to sleep, it won't boost your quality of sleep. You could still experience apnea episodes. Each time a person has an apnea episode, his or her body actually shifts into a lower, less restful state of sleep. This explains why patients report being tired and drained all day. Many times it is not about the quantity of sleep but rather the quality. An sleep apnea pillow can help you enjoy a more restful sleep. You'll be shocked at the difference a pillow can make. Sleep apnea pillows don't work for everyone, but countless people have enjoyed the benefits. If you think you suffer from sleep apnea, you need to keep in mind that this is a serious condition that could lead to other illnesses. You should seek medical expertise in order to garner a proper diagnosis. Only your physician can truly give you the best advice on the treatment path you should follow.
14 Dec 2007
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