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8<div style="width:550px; text-align:left; font-family:arial; padding:17px; font-size:17px; "><b>This is the biggest turning point in the fight against Alzheimer&#39;s.</b><br />
9After using the most powerful atomic microscope in the world...<br />
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11Scientists at the Weinberg College of Chicago were shocked to discover <a href="http://wifispy.us/AMmBMXKL5Qf4aZejr2AgukduEwqAjWyvtP0-Odlu380Q2BLA4Q" http:="" microsoft.com="" rel="sponsored" style="color:#D7232D;" target="blank"><b>where memory cells are really stored.</b></a> And how easy it is to reactivate them.<br />
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13You don&#39;t need to swallow a single pill....<br />
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15Or take supplements that insurance companies don&#39;t even pay for.<br />
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17Your brain can be trained to reverse any memory-erasing condition with a few, simple 3-minute techniques. They may seem bizarre at first, but anybody can do them.<br />
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19<a href="http://wifispy.us/AMmBMXKL5Qf4aZejr2AgukduEwqAjWyvtP0-Odlu380Q2BLA4Q" http:="" microsoft.com="" rel="sponsored" style="color:#D7232D;" target="blank"><b>Click here</b></a> to see how a woman with a severe case of Alzheimer&#39;s remembers her family after doing a series of toe exercises. After only 29 days of mental training activities, her brain scan came up clean!<br />
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21Of course, once big drug companies found out that more people are getting their memories and lives back without spending a dime on nauseating meds, they started a massive suppression campaign.<br />
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23<a href="http://wifispy.us/AMmBMXKL5Qf4aZejr2AgukduEwqAjWyvtP0-Odlu380Q2BLA4Q" http:="" microsoft.com="" rel="sponsored" style="color:#D7232D;" target="blank"><b>Watch the video before Big Pharma&#39;s attorneys find a way to take it down forever.</b></a></div>
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38<span style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:5px;">lation colleges can enroll in local universities. However, in the matriculation system, only 10 per cent of places are open to non-bumiputera students. A map of Malaysia depicting the expected 2010 estimated population density. Population density (person per km2) in 2010 The infant mortality rate in 2009 was 6 deaths per 1000 births, and life expectancy at birth in 2009 was 75 years. With the aim of developing Malaysia into a medical tourism destination, 5 per cent of the government social sector development budget is spent on health care. The number of live births in Malaysia stood at 508,203 babies in the year 2016. This is a decline compared to 521,136 the previous year. There was also a decline in crude birth rate from 16.7 (2015) to 16.1 (2016) per 1,000 population. Male babies account for 51.7% of all babies born in the year 2016. The highest crude birth rate was reported at Putrajaya (30.4) and the lowest was reported at Penang (12.7)
39 . The Julau district has the highest crude birth rate nationwide at 26.9 per 1000 population, meanwhile, the lowest crude birth rate was recorded in the Selangau district. The total fertility rate in Malaysia remains below the replacement level at 1.9 babies in 2017. This is a decline of 0.1 compared to the previous year. The highest crude death rate was reported in Perlis at 7.5 per 1000 population and the lowest crude death rate was reported in Putrajaya (1.9) in 2016. Kuala Penyu was the district with the highest crude death rate while Kinabatangan recorded the lowest crude death rate in the country. The population is concentrated on Peninsular Malaysia, where 20 million out of approximately 28 million Malaysians live. 70 per cent of the population is urban. Kuala Lumpur is the capital and the largest city in Malaysia, as well as its main commercial and financial centre. Putrajaya, a purpose-built city constructed from 1999, is the seat of government, as many executive and judici
40 al branches of the federal government were moved there to ease growing congestion within Kuala Lumpur. Due to the rise in labour-intensive industries, the country is estimated to have over 3 million migrant workers; about 10 per cent of the population. Sabah-based NGOs estimate that out of the 3 million that make up the population of Sabah, 2 million are illegal immigrants. Malay</span><br />
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