13 posts • joined Tuesday 18th March 2008 14:03 GMT
If we follow the link to AAN piece we get this
"The study involved 263,925 people between the ages of 50 and 71 at enrollment. From 1995 to 1996, consumption of drinks such as soda, tea, fruit punch and coffee was evaluated. About 10 years later, researchers asked the participants whether they had been diagnosed with depression since the year 2000. A total of 11,311 depression diagnoses were made."
Way too many other possible reasons for depression could have happen - taking a wild guess with the age spread presented I think a few loved ones may have gone on rather than too many diet cokes.
Why don't we just apply the current laws of driving without due care and attention. We don't need a law for every new tech distraction.
Can it be 'modified' to run X-Wing?
A good attempt
Nice try El Reg, but I can see if this story is picked up elsewhere it may gather some momentum.
All we have to do is figure out the 3 sea-shells :-)
Media and Lost Property
Why is it that every time a lost device/laptop/file is found its handed into the BBC or a newspaper* ? Do the police not have any lost property bins anymore or are they full of spare knives?
*Mail on Sunday included for this one time.
Ummm how about a Parent-Child relationship in which safe sex is talked about.
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