Friday, 27 April 2012

Links of the day 04/27/2012

  • "Sciatica is a term often used to describe any low back and leg pain, but it more specifically applies to lumbosacral radiculopathy due to the impingement of nerve roots as they emerge from the spinal canal. Up to half of all cases of spinal pain may be neuropathic in origin, meaning they are caused by nerve compression, inflammation, and/or injury. A pair of recent studies examined treatments for sciatica and found that very few are helpful and they confer only modest and temporarily relief."

    tags: cosmos pain

  • "A new study published in the European Journal of Pain provides further evidence of a genetic component of fibromyalgia. Specifically, researchers linked alternate forms of some specific clusters of genetic material to pain sensitivity in people with fibromyalgia."

    tags: cosmos fibromyalgia

  • " In fact, the beatings will continue until morale improves."

    tags: cosmos uk politics

  • "A newly launched site has dubbed the upcoming EU Cookie Law “ridiculous,” echoing the sentiments of a growing number of voices across the internet. As these protests grow louder, No Cookie Law aims to raise awareness of the EU cookie law and hopefully increase the chance of changes being made."

    tags: cosmos design

  • "With Britain’s obesity levels shooting up, and greater understanding of just how bad for us sugar can be, the hunt is on for alternatives. But there’s a problem. Many sugar substitutes are synthetics that are no better for us than real sugar. What’s more, some of these synthetics – aspartame and acesulfame-K to name just two – have been linked to cancer. "

    tags: cosmos food health

  • "Rupert Murdoch has blamed his underlings for keeping him in the dark about the fact the News of The World was a tabloid newspaper, and said he thought the publication was a high-quality current-affairs broadsheet instead."

    tags: cosmos

  • "A NEW smartphone app claims to be able to unerringly locate the G-spot which brings women to so-called 'multiple orgasms'."

    tags: cosmos

  • "The moral of the story? Don't be so harsh on the man on the bus with cheesy feet and no trousers, the Government have told him that he's fine to be out in society. After all, bankers' bonus pots and Vodafone's profit and loss account are far more important. Remember how we're all in this together, folks."

    tags: uk benefits disability cosmos

Posted from Diigo. The rest of my favorite links are here.

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