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On March 29, 2015, the article ʺIs there such a thing as too much exercise?ʺ written by Jill Barker was published by The Montreal Gazette. The article explains the difference between the heart of an endurance athlete and the heart of a non-athlete. The heart of an endurance athlete ʺadapts to the demands of pumping greater volumes of blood to the working muscles by making itself bigger and strongerʺ which makes endurance athletes five times more exposed to arterial fibrillation compared with non-athlete.

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I will always remember a scary scene I experienced when I got off the metro on my way back from highschool. Two emergency responders were hunched over a man who was having a seizure, saliva running down his face. As I walked up the stairs slightly shocked, a stranger approached me and said: "Don't do drugs, kid. That's what drugs do to you." I recognized the good intention, yet, I was startled: the man had been having an epileptic seizure, not overdosing on drugs. In effect, mass populations are very uneducated when it comes to mental illness.

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Original Titile:Raise the smoking age? Report predicts big health benefits if we do Written by: Joseph Netto Appeared in CNN news Published on friday March 13th 2015  

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The World Health Organization defines genetically modified organisms, also known as GMOs, as “foods derived from organisms whose genetic material (DNA) has been modified in a way that does not occur naturally”. Since the work published by Gregor Mendel in 1865 on the study of genetics, scientists have been breeding one variety of plant with another related variety, in order to create a desired characteristic. Thanks to modern technology, Mankind can control nature to a certain extent. But is modifying DNA ethical? We first need to consider what the enhanced foods have to offer.

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