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Lanzalad

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  1. Mate that looks like a very budget inflight breakfast.... lol
  2. I have no idea of cost mate as when I was getting one i'd spent around 10/12 on the booze... very nice in the morning.. 👍🏼
  3. Had them many times in the past and they are lovely...
  4. Here's another report on social media:- Medical Scans Released Show Vape-Related Damage AMELIA WARD in NEWS Last updated 20:10, Thursday 12 September 2019 BST Doctors have released pictures of lung scans after numbers of vape-related deaths continue to rise. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that at least 450 possible cases have been reported over 33 states in the US this year alone. Minnesota, California, Oregon, Illinois, and Indiana have all seen deaths which have been put down to vaping. Dr. Dana Meaney-Delman of the CDC said on a press call: "While the investigation is ongoing, CDC has advised that individuals consider not using e-cigarettes, because as of now, this is the primary means of preventing the severe lung disease." Chance Ammirata, 18, shared this image on Twitter. He said that the collapse of his lung and black dots were down to vaping. Credit: Twitter/Chance Ammirata Although it's not been confirmed exactly what is causing these issues, they tend to pop up a few days or weeks after people use their vape - but sometimes they say they've been vaping for years before falling ill. Junaid Khan, a heart and lung surgeon in Oakland, California, performed surgery on an 18-year-old man who had a blistered lung - this is where air leaks between the chest wall and lung. Sometimes the the blisters can pop up inside the lung. This teen allegedly bought a vape cartridge at a concert. Credit: Dr Junaid Khan Khan told Insider that he believes it may have been linked to a marijuana cartridge. "It's on the verge of becoming a public-health crisis," he said. "When I'm seeing these people, it means they're needing surgery. That's pretty dramatic." Symptoms of vaping-related lung illness include shortness of breath, fever, nausea, gastrointestinal issues, and weight loss. Researchers have said in the New England Journal of Medicine that some of the conditions could potentially be related to oils in the the vaporised substance that carries nicotine or THC into the lungs. Another 18-year-old, admitted to a hospital in New York, arrived complaining of chest pain, fever, and coughing and was found to have fluid on the lung. Researchers say the pattern in lung damage is the same in vape users. Credit: The New England Journal of Medicine Melody Pirzada, pediatric pulmonary chief at the hospital, told Insider: "This patient was actually in a lot of pain and needed to be connected to life support. "With the great work of our ICU team, we were able to save this patient. But once you come to this point, the chance of dying can be as high as 70 percent." Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Chance Ammirata Topics: News, US News, Health
  5. On the eve of the 11th On this day... 18 years ago 246 people went to sleep in preparation for their morning flights. 2,606 people went to sleep in preparation for work in the morning. 343 firefighters went to sleep in preparation for their morning shift. 60 police officers went to sleep in preparation for morning patrol. 8 paramedics went to sleep in preparation for the morning shift. None of them saw past 10:00am Sept 11, 2001. In one single moment life may never be the same. As you live and enjoy the breaths you take today and tonight before you go to sleep in preparation for your life tomorrow, kiss the ones you love, snuggle a little tighter, and never take one second of your life for granted. #wewillneverforget
  6. Liver and bacon with mash carrots and potatoes with onion gravy
  7. I guess its an early morning walk... ? It seams to me thats never seen the place.. it looks like it all warn out but Looks very clean. We have a few places here the same .. needs rejuvenating.. Thanks for posting.. 👍🏼
  8. I was thinking the same... I'm sure Puang will have a crack at it for me..
  9. Welcome to the forum @Tony and Chanpen Bua Yai 👍🏼
  10. Just seen this one on the net:- Five People Have Now Died From Mysterious Lung Illness Linked To Vaping Five people have died due to a mystery lung disease that doctors think may be caused by vaping. The Centres for Disease Control and Prevention has said the number of possible cases of severe respiratory illness from people who vape or use e-cigarettes now stands at around 450 across 33 states in the US, NPR reports. A large percentage of those who have become ill reported using cannabis-derived vaping products with THC - while a much smaller group said they had only vaped nicotine. In response to the recent spate of illnesses, the CDC is now urging people to pack in vaping until they get to the bottom of the problem. Dr. Dana Meaney-Delman, from CDC, said: "While this investigation is ongoing, people should consider not using e-cigarette products. "People who do use e-cigarette products should monitor themselves for symptoms, for example, cough, shortness of breath, chest pain, nausea and vomiting - and promptly seek medical attention for any health concerns." As yet, no infectious causes have been identified, but the CDC has said the 'lung illnesses are likely associated with a chemical exposure'. On Thursday, New York health officials said that tests discovered vitamin E acetate in a number of vaping cartridges containing cannabis that had been handed in by people who had become ill. The officials said this now 'a key focus' of the investigation. The Food and Drug Administration is now analysing samples for a wide range of substances and is warning people to 'think twice' before buying any vaping cartridges from any unregulated sources. Mutch Zeller, director of the FDA's Centre for Tobacco Products, said: "With these increasing reports. "If you're thinking of purchasing one of these products off the street, out of the back of a car, out of a trunk, in an alley - or if you are then going to go home and make modifications to the product yourself using something that you purchased from some third party or got from a friend - think twice." Featured Image Credit: PA Topics: News, US News
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