Monthly Archives: February 2009

Working long hours?

Working long hours ‘puts us at higher risk of dementia’: “Middle-age workers doing more than 55 hours a week have poorer mental skills, including short-term memory and ability to recall words, than those clocking up fewer than 41 hours, a … Continue reading

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Working long hours?

Working long hours ‘puts us at higher risk of dementia’: “Middle-age workers doing more than 55 hours a week have poorer mental skills, including short-term memory and ability to recall words, than those clocking up fewer than 41 hours, a study ha… Continue reading

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Working long hours?

Working long hours ‘puts us at higher risk of dementia’: “Middle-age workers doing more than 55 hours a week have poorer mental skills, including short-term memory and ability to recall words, than those clocking up fewer than 41 hours, a study ha… Continue reading

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The Devil & Michael Cleveland

Wrath of the Grapevine: “Our Red-Horned Bogieman presented young Michael with the ancient Fiddle of Souls, strung with the strings of pity, of hope, of love, of joy, of death. Not only was young Michael of Cleveland the only person … Continue reading

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The Devil & Michael Cleveland

Wrath of the Grapevine: “Our Red-Horned Bogieman presented young Michael with the ancient Fiddle of Souls, strung with the strings of pity, of hope, of love, of joy, of death. Not only was young Michael of Cleveland the only person … Continue reading

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The Devil & Michael Cleveland

Wrath of the Grapevine: “Our Red-Horned Bogieman presented young Michael with the ancient Fiddle of Souls, strung with the strings of pity, of hope, of love, of joy, of death.Not only was young Michael of Cleveland the only person in history to ev… Continue reading

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asimo

Japanorama visits with two new additions to the Asimo line

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