No, but when the were in there child hood Billie Joe Armstrong was sort of tubby
This seems to be a term used in the United Kingdom for hospitals run by social agencies rather than the government.
Lexapro can cause weight gain and this is disclosed in the clinical trials, it is just downplayed and spun. In clinical trials, Lexapro was shown to be weight gain neutral. This is different than other SSRIs that appear to cause weight gain. This is very different than being shown to have no effect on weight. This means that just as mean people in the Lexapro group gained weight as lost weight. What's important is that the number of people that changed weight in the Lexapro group was significantly larger than that of the placebo group indicating that Lexapro does impact weight. What this really means is that Lexapro can increase or decrease weight depending on the person. Scientists really do not know why this is the case.
With that said, there were still many people in the placebo group that gained weight, so it is very difficult to attribute all of the weight gain to Lexapro.
After withdrawing from Lexapro, it may or may not cause a change in weight. There are currently no clinical trials or studies that have been conducted studying this aspect.
yes, car fumes can be dangerouse depending on what kind of car fumes you may inhale. One type of car fume works like if you were a smoker, it would make your lungs black. Yes! Vehicles emit carbon monoxide which is an extremely dangerous and lethal gas. Even small exposures can cause dizziness, headache, nausea and other symptoms, higher exposure can result in permanent physical damage or death. A small leak in the exhaust system can cause CO to enter the inside of a vehicle, one of the reasons state have mandatory safety inspections. NEVER leave a vehicle running inside a garage without there being proper ventilation.
No. It is never safe to drink any blood. If there is a disease in the blood, it will pass to you because there are always small cuts or openings in your mouth from regular things like brushing your teeth, flossing, etc. (Think about how you spit a little blood after brushing)