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That must be like Swedish twizzlers, only in chocolate. Swedish twizzlers would probably be salty liquorice. Now that's the stuff. It has to be salty enough where you can really feel the kidney stones popping into existence. Mmm. My american fiancé almost threw up the first time he ate salty liquor...
Dunno, i think Europe did pretty good... 143 medals. 119 if you include only 'old europe'. Especially Germany and Norway did good. Ofcourse, medals are divided up over more countries, rather than just two. I thought Russia was disappointing, and so was china! Korea on the other hand did great, very...
- Sat Jan 30, 2010 6:37 am
- Forum: ExRx lounge
- Topic: I have been denied private health insurance.
- Replies: 254
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Maybe i should move to Sweden and become a citizen. Health care is free to seniors! It's actually free for everyone. Well, sort of free anyhow. It's about $20 to see a doctor, maybe $40 if you go to the ER. No one has to pay more than $130 per 12-month period for medical appointments, and $260 for ...
- Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:42 am
- Forum: Diet & Nutrition
- Topic: Heart group draws hard line on sugar intake
- Replies: 9
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And the food industry complains about it. Imagine that. What the AHA giveth, the AHA taketh away. Ah yes. What a shocker. I've always found it interesting that the AHA promotes Cheerios, and not just the plain kind but also Honey Nut for example. With 9 grams of sugar per serving. Don't you also li...