Monthly Archives: May 2016

A simple surgery for incurable Multiple Sclerosis? Unblocking a blood flow in brain?

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Italian doctor may have found surprisingly simple cure for Multiple Sclerosis A simple surgery for incurable Multiple Sclerosis? Unblocking a blood flow in brain? April 20, 2016 An Italian doctor has been getting dramatic results…

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St Patrick’s Hospital Dublin 8. Mental Health lectures organised by Aware. Year 2000 – notes taken by Michelle Clarke

July 2000 Lecture – Dr. Martina Corry, Consultant Psychiatrist, St. Patrick’s Hospital  Depression:  What is it?  What can we do about it?   The problem is the wide definition of the word “depression” which is often used to indicate a … Continue reading

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Citizen Journalism: Traumatic brain injury: a survivor’s contributions by Michelle Clarke

Brain Awareness Week 2007 March 13, 2007 19:10 by Michelle Clarke – Social Inclusion; understanding and compassion The intricacies of the brain, consciousness and the grasp that it is okay to… Source: Traumatic brain injury: a survivor’s contributions by Michelle … Continue reading

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The 7 Biggest Myths and Lies About Social Security @alternet

Social Security is not going broke, not by a long shot. Source: The 7 Biggest Myths and Lies About Social Security @alternet

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Trinity College Dublin, (BESS): Economic Growth and the Services sector. The case of Ireland in the 1990’s and early 2000. BREXIT makes this relevant by Michelle Clarke

Trinity College Dublin. (Business Economics and Social Studies Professor O’Hagan) essay by Michelle Clarke 2000 “In a free Ireland, gracious and useful industries will supplement an imp… Source: TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN ESSAY: ECONOMIC GROWTH AND THE SERVICES SECTOR: THE CASE … Continue reading

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Trinity College Dublin (BESS) Final year 2003: Can Mental Illness be understood as a Form of Social Deviance? by Michelle Clarke – September 2003 submitted to Professor McAleese, BESS Department, Trinity College Dublin.

  Written by: Michelle Clarke – September 2003 submitted to Professor McAleese, BESS, Department (Business Economics Social Studies), Trinity College Dublin. For further details see earlier entry ‘Trinity College  1997 to 2003 but no degree’. (Hard copy available on request … Continue reading

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Current Islamist movements in Africa have One thousand years of precedents

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Current Islamist movements in Africa have One thousand years of precedents The current Islamist movements in Africa, from Morocco, Senegal, the Sahara, Mali, Niger, Chad, Nigeria (Boko Haram), Cameroun…have a long history behind them. Going…

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