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Male contraception - why so taboo?

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James Sutherland's comment, May 21, 2012 10:11 PM
This article is about a new method of contraception that bas been found that is 100% successful. It kills the sperm inside the man's vessels. This method has not been officially approved yet and so is not used by the general public.
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Study finds alcohol ads get to at least a quarter of kids

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James Sutherland's comment, May 21, 2012 9:50 PM
This article tells us about how alcohol ads are played on the television to an audience that is, at times, more than 25% children. The ads often make children think that drinking is "cool" and encourages them to drink.
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Contraception the morning after

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James Sutherland's comment, May 18, 2012 12:40 AM
This article is designed to educate women about contraception that can be done the morning after. It busts the myths so common in society such that it requires a prescription. Many people also believe, due to the title, that it is only for "the morning after", but, however, it is effective for up to four days after sex.
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Fresh calls to tax alcohol per standard drink

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James Sutherland's comment, May 4, 2012 12:54 AM
This article relates to the staying in control topic we have been discussing about alcohol and drugs. It tells us of calls from medical experts to tax drinks according to their actual alcohol content, obviously making stronger drinks (the more dangerous ones for your heath) more expensive. The medical experts are hoping this will encourage people to drink less alcoholic drinks and therefore be healthier.