The most ridiculous government health warning ever?

The image above shows a man that is obviously very upset (I think, maybe he is just a tired nudist too warm to put a blanket on.) The warning reads smoking increases the chance of impotence! So apparently he is upset because he cannot get a stiffy, what a pathetic attempt of scaring people out of money in tobacco taxes by the government. They should have just gone all out and put a picture of his wife next to him getting fucked by a six packed Italian stud, somebody needs to tell this man about Viagra before he kills himself.

Or maybe he is pissed off because he has no Viagra left or he lost them, maybe its a subtle product placement being used in government health warnings.

I would like to see similar warnings on more products like an obese person crying because he can’t see his dick as he stands naked in front of a mirror surrounded be piles of corporate junk wrappings holding a McDonalds bag in one hand and a bottle of Coke in the other.

Have you seen the warning about children inhaling smoke? The man is literally blowing smoke straight in to his child’s face! I ask myself how they took that picture, they must have got a man to blow smoke in a child’s face, so they blow smoke in children’s faces to tell us not to smoke around our kids! Are they going to put an image of a child sucking a car exhaust at petrol pumping in stations around the UK? Your cars are polluting the air and probably causing more disease more than our cigarettes do gooders.

If tobacco companies are forced to live by these regulations to sell their products I think sweet companies should also be forced to go plain packaged just like the tobacco companies are. How many kids would even notice these chemical filled, brain scrambling, cancer causing products if they did not have cartoon animals and shit on them?

Corporations better look out from now on, the British government are on them so if they are going to sell dangerous products that have been linked to cancer, headaches, dizziness and dumbness they had better make sure you sell them to kids.

Some researchers have suggested that high doses of aspartame may be associated with problems ranging from dizziness and subtle brain changes to mental retardation. In 1981, an FDA statistician stated that the brain tumor data on aspartame was so “worrisome” that he could not recommend approval of NutraSweet

           Typical government story they spend millions trying to make smoking less appealing and accidentally create the coolest cigarette packet ever!

THE DAILY MAIL CANCER LIST.

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How a romantic candle-lit dinner can give you cancer.

By FIONA MACRAE FOR THE DAILY MAIL
UPDATED: 01:23, 21 August 2009

How using Facebook could raise your risk of cancer

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
UPDATED: 11:21, 19 February 2009

Could your tattoo give you cancer? Scientists fear toxins from ink could enter blood and accumulate in your major organs

  • Scientists called for more research and regulation into tattoo inks
  • Say nanoparticles of ink could accumulate in spleen and kidneys
  • Scientists warn ‘no doubt substances can be toxic’

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 10:35, 22 September 2013 | UPDATED: 10:48, 22 September 2013

Do foam cups contain cancer-causing chemicals? Leading panel says styrene may be a ‘human carcinogen’

  • Styrene can be ‘reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen’
  • Conclusion reached by 10 leading medical experts in the U.S.
  • They stress further research is needed before chemical is regulated
  • American Chemistry Council says styrene has passed most stringent safety tests to be used in food and drink packaging

By ANNA HODGEKISS

PUBLISHED: 15:16, 29 July 2014 | UPDATED: 15:25, 29 July 2014

The cancer timebomb: Parents sentencing their children to disease by letting them sit in front of TV and computer screens for hours on end, warn experts

  • Children should only be allowed two hours screen time a day, doctors warn
  • They are ‘increasingly concerned’ about children being too inactive
  • Those who spend hours playing games, surfing internet and watching TV risk developing diabetes, cancer and heart disease

By ANNA HODGEKISS

PUBLISHED: 04:39, 8 January 2013 | UPDATED: 10:38, 8 January 2013

Why living in a city makes you fat, infertile, blind, depressed and even causes cancer

By JOHN NAISH
UPDATED: 09:11, 21 November 2011

The cancer risk in your ‘healthy’ glass of fruit juice which has so much sugar it could bring on tumours

By SOPHIE BORLAND FOR THE DAILY MAIL
UPDATED: 10:32, 26 September 2011

Smacking or shouting at your children ‘raises their risk of cancer, heart disease and asthma later in life’

  • Those who hit or even raise their voices at youngsters expose them to higher risk of disease
  • Link could be caused because smacking and shouting at children causes them stress
  • Has the same kind of long-term impact as abuse and trauma, say the researchers

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 12:58, 12 November 2012 | UPDATED: 13:09, 12 November 2012

Health supplements ‘could cause cancer’: Study finds some products may increase chance of getting disease

  • Scientists say claims of the benefits of antioxidants made are largely a ‘myth’
  • beta carotene, vitamins C and E might even promote cancer, according to research

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 21:00, 25 April 2012 | UPDATED: 11:42, 26 April 2012

Don’t burn the sausages! Cancer-risk of well-cooked meat may be more than twice as high than first thought

By CLAIRE BATES
UPDATED: 10:48, 3 November 2011

Cancer danger of that night-time trip to the toilet

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
UPDATED: 10:17, 12 April 2010

Simply turning on a light at night for a few seconds to go to the toilet can cause changes that might lead to cancer, scientists claim.

‘Climate change could give you cancer’: UN report warns of deadly pollutants from glaciers

By DAVID DERBYSHIRE FOR MAILONLINE
UPDATED: 09:29, 9 December 2010

‘Cancer threat’ in your spray-on tan: Toxins accidentally inhaled, warn scientists

By DANIEL BATES and SOPHIE BORLAND FOR THE DAILY MAIL

PUBLISHED: 17:24, 12 June 2012 | UPDATED: 07:43, 13 June 2012

Oh crumbs! EU health chiefs say toast gives you cancer: It must be yellow, never brown, to cut risk of danger chemical

  • Watchdog is warning about acryl amide – substance linked to cancer risk
  • Chemical forms in starchy foods baked, fried or roasted at high temperature 
  • Urging people not to eat dark chips, dark toast or drink instant coffee 
  • Means many British favourites, such as roast and jacket potatoes, fall into danger category

By VALERIE ELLLIOT FOR THE MAIL ON SUNDAY

PUBLISHED: 00:49, 7 September 2014 | UPDATED: 02:02, 7 September 2014

Drinking just one glass of wine a day can INCREASE risk of cancer by 168%, say the French!

By JENNY HOPE FOR THE DAILY MAIL
UPDATED: 16:48, 23 February 2009

GP who says checking your breasts for lumps can do more harm than good

By DR MARGARET MCCARTNEY

PUBLISHED: 01:29, 8 April 2014 | UPDATED: 01:29, 8 April 2014

Why an extra inch on the waist is a cancer risk

By FIONA MACRAE FOR THE DAILY MAIL

UPDATED: 08:07, 13 September 2010

Cancer chemical found in Pringles, Hula Hoops and Prince Charles’s organic crisps

By SEAN POULTER FOR THE DAILY MAIL
UPDATED: 13:59, 13 September 2008

Sleep disorder already linked to obesity and diabetes ‘can double risk of fatal cancer’

  • The largest study of its kind found that sufferers with the highest oxygen deprivation were at the greatest risk

By JENNY HOPE FOR THE DAILY MAIL

PUBLISHED: 00:31, 5 September 2012 | UPDATED: 11:08, 5 September 2012

Of a nervous disposition? Here’s another thing to worry about: You’re more likely to get cancer, according to new research

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 22:10, 25 April 2012 | UPDATED: 22:10, 25 April 2012

Chemicals in breast milk linked to testicular cancer

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
UPDATED: 18:27, 25 September 2009

Loom bands cancer warning as rogue consignments of ‘charms’ are found to contain massive levels of deadly chemicals

  • Tests revealed some loom band ‘charms’ contained high levels of phthalates
  • Phthalates is used to make plastic safer and pliable but is strictly controlled
  • Legal limit for chemical is 0.1 per cent but some ‘charms’ contain 50 per cent
  • Batches tested and found to be dangerous were headed to UK from Far East
  • Officials urging public to only buy genuine products which are safe to use

By EMMA GLANFIELD FOR MAILONLINE

PUBLISHED: 15:21, 13 August 2014 | UPDATED: 05:50, 14 August 2014

Could shared sex toys be spreading the cancer-causing HPV virus between partners?

  • New study from the Indiana University School of Medicine is the first to examine whether vibrators could be transmitting the virus between sex partners

Energy saving bulbs ‘release cancer causing chemicals’, say scientists

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
UPDATED: 14:07, 20 April 2011

Cancer risk chemical acryl amide is found in KFC fries, crisps and cereal

  • Watchdogs identified potentially dangerous acryl amide in 14 products
  • The largest amount was found in crisps, including some expensive brands
  • Higher than expected levels found in Fox’s Ginger biscuits and TUC biscuits

By SEAN POULTER FOR THE DAILY MAIL

PUBLISHED: 00:13, 20 April 2013 | UPDATED: 00:13, 20 April 2013

Pre-cooked frozen chips served in restaurants and fast-food chains ‘could cause cancer’

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER

PUBLISHED: 06:31, 28 September 2012 | UPDATED: 17:26, 28 September 2012

Mouthwash use ‘linked to oral cancer’: People who use products more than three times a day increase risk

  • Warning from Dr David Conway of University of Glasgow Dental School
  • Major study examined the health of 4,000 people across nine countries
  • British Dental Association argued results of study were not conclusive

By JENNY HOPE MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT

PUBLISHED: 00:13, 4 April 2014 | UPDATED: 00:17, 4 April 2014

Cornflakes cancer scare: Cereal makers drop recycled cardboard boxes containing deadly oils

By SEAN POULTER FOR THE DAILY MAIL
UPDATED: 02:00, 9 March 2011

‘Cancer-causing’ chemical used in plastics and food containers can also lead to obesity and diabetes, says study

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
UPDATED: 12:09, 16 February 2012

Food watchdog warning over peanut butter brand containing ‘cancer-causing fungus’

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
UPDATED: 13:34, 24 March 2009

Taking the Pill ‘raises the risk of breast cancer by 50 per cent’

  • Women taking Pill have 50 per cent higher overall risk of breast cancer
  • Some pills with high levels of oestrogen can raise risk threefold compared to women who have never taken pill
  • Pills containing low-dose hormones carried no extra risks, US study finds 

By JENNY HOPE MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT

PUBLISHED: 07:08, 1 August 2014 | UPDATED: 09:15, 1 August 2014

Some e-cigarettes may release more of a cancer-causing chemical than regular tobacco, study suggests

  • Certain electronic cigarettes used at high temperature settings could potentially release more formaldehyde, a cancer-causing chemical 
  • However the research, done in test tubes, does not prove a health risk 
  • Also does not mean e-cigarettes are better or worse than regular ones
  • Formaldehyde is found in many things – certain building materials, disinfectants and embalming fluid 

By ANNA HODGEKISS FOR MAILONLINE and ASSOCIATED PRESS

PUBLISHED: 08:32, 22 January 2015 | UPDATED: 13:24, 27 January 2015

Chemical used by Colgate Total toothpaste to fight off gum disease is linked to cancer

  • Colgate Total contains triclosan, which has been linked to cancer and growth malformations in animals
  • The toothpaste was approved by the FDA in 1997 – but the toxicology summary reveals the FDA used company-backed evidence to approve it
  • The documents were released earlier this year after a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit last year

By LYDIA WARREN

PUBLISHED: 22:36, 11 August 2014 | UPDATED: 05:19, 12 August 2014

‘Third-hand cigarette smoke’ clinging to walls and floors of homes poses cancer risk to babies and toddlers, says new study

  • Third-hand smoke is result of second-hand smoke reacting with indoor air
  • It clings to surfaces around the home for months after smokers light up
  • The smoke was damaging human DNA, potentially causing cancer
  • 15,000 Australians a year die from tobacco-related diseases a year

By LOUISE CHEER

PUBLISHED: 04:02, 31 May 2014 | UPDATED: 14:47, 31 May 2014

Why nicotine gum and patches might not be so safe after all: Scientists discover the drug isn’t just addictive, it can also cause cancer

  • Nicotine exposure causes thousands of mutations in a cell’s DNA
  • These are similar to those identified in cells experiencing oxidative stress
  • Oxidative stress is a known precursor to cancer

By EMMA INNES

PUBLISHED: 11:34, 13 June 2014 | UPDATED: 12:18, 13 June 2014

Alcohol causes cancer – even if you drink just over a pint of beer a day… and giving up won’t help

By JENNY HOPE FOR THE DAILY MAIL
UPDATED: 11:12, 8 April 2011

Baby foods, cereals and crisps found to contain raised levels of cancer risk chemicals

  • FSA conducts annual test for acryl amide – substance linked to cancer risk
  • Chemical develops in cooking process as a result of the ‘Maillard reaction’ 
  • 2013 report, published this week, shows worryingly high traces in range of popular products
  • Culprits included baby food items from Organix and Heinz 

By SEAN POULTER FOR THE DAILY MAIL

PUBLISHED: 01:29, 6 September 2014 | UPDATED: 14:25, 6 September 2014

Mobile phones may cause cancer, warn world health chiefs: After years of contradictory claims, an authoritative verdict

By FIONA MACRAE FOR THE DAILY MAIL

UPDATED: 09:45, 1 June 2011

High levels of ‘cancer chemical’ found on till receipts, warn health campaigners

By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
UPDATED: 14:52, 8 December 2010

Do breast implants raise cancer danger? They make tumours harder to spot, says report

  • Risk of being diagnosed increased by a quarter in women with implants
  • Those with implants have a third higher risk of death from breast cancer

Testing men for prostate cancer ’causes harm – and May not save lives’, experts warn

  • Current test involves analysing prostate-specific antigen (PSA)
  • This is protein produced by prostate – higher levels make cancer more likely
  • Blood test results in up to 20% men being wrongly told they have disease
  • Half are over-diagnosed and given unpleasant or damaging treatment for slow-growing tumours that wouldn’t have caused problem in their lifetime

By JENNY HOPE, DAILY MAIL MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT

PUBLISHED: 16:02, 27 October 2014 | UPDATED: 17:27, 27 October 2014

Seven cups of tea a day ‘raises risk of prostate cancer by 50%’

  • Researchers tracked 6,000 men over 37 years
  • Previous research suggested tea-drinking had health benefits
  • Study found that subjects who drank most tea were often teetotal
  • Britons consume an estimated 165million cups of tea a day

By JENNY HOPE FOR THE DAILY MAIL

PUBLISHED: 00:48, 19 June 2012 | UPDATED: 01:44, 19 June 2012

Why taller women are a third more likely to be diagnosed with cancer

By SOPHIE BORLAND FOR THE DAILY MAIL
UPDATED: 08:24, 21 July 2011

Where the fuck have teenagers got this ridiculous idea from?

‘Everything causes cancer these days’: How teenagers justify use of tanning beds – despite serious health risks

By VICTORIA WELLMAN

PUBLISHED: 16:12, 20 June 2012 | UPDATED: 17:47, 20 June 2012

 

 

 

DAILY MAIL ON EXTREMISM, RADICALIZATION AND CANCER!

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Below are a few of Daily Mail headlines on extremism.

‘Disease’ of Islamic extremism will hang over my generation, says Cameron as he describes watching hostage videos

  • Prime Minister David Cameron gives exclusive interview to MailOnline
  • Hits back at claims Britain is not doing enough to counter ISIS threat
  • Warns it will take many, many years but says ISIS can be defeated
  • However, the ‘disease’ of jihadist extremism is spreading worldwide 
  • Tory leader answers questions submitted by MailOnline readers 
  • He defends foreign aid billions and breaking promise to cut migration
  • Boasts that the benefit cap is getting workless families into jobs 
  • Insists he is not scared of Farage and won’t rule out Ukip coalition 
  • Says we no longer live in ‘broken Britain’ thanks to economic legacy 
  • Last used NHS when son stood on a wasps nest and was stung 60 times
  • Wants to appear on Gogglebox and has heard ‘Let It Go’ too many times 

Hate preachers to be ‘silenced’ by new anti-terror Asbos to block their bile on the internet

  • Government to introduce new powers, similar to an ASBO
  • Package of measures drawn up by task force set up by David Cameron
  • ‘I want to see an end to hate preaching in Britain,’ the Prime Minister said

Google cashes in on hate videos: Internet giant puts ads alongside thousands of terror rants on YouTube

  • Adverts for reputable companies feature alongside terror videos
  • Companies have little control over where adverts are placed on website
  • Major advertiser said ‘Google have a lot to answer for’
  • YouTube has more than 100 videos of hate preacher Anjem Choudary

 

Like most mainstream media at the moment the Daily Mail is reporting the radicalization of our youth. The Daily Mail and their small minded readers are calling internet users that recognize the corruption and greed of billionaire corporations, bankers, politicians and the establishment dangerous, radicals, extremists and even terrorists!

I find rich that a newspaper like the Daily Mail can call bloggers and YouTube video makers paranoid, scaremongers, extreme, dangerous and radicals when their newspaper is the most extreme bullshit, one sided, hate filled, snobbish, fear mongering, racist load of stupidity I have ever read. So instead of me writing another Daily Mail rant I thought I would search the Daily Mail Online for the best examples of Daily Mail’s paranoia and stupidity.

 

 

According to the Daily Mail’s experts not arresting people for drugs will push thousands into addiction! Because right now nobody uses drugs, do they?

Clegg sparks anger after claiming drug abusers are ‘victims’ and should not be treated like criminals

  • Nick Clegg announced plan to decriminalize drugs for personal use today  
  • He said those caught with drugs will not be prosecuted but face a fine
  • Move covers powerful ‘skunk’ strain of cannabis, crack cocaine and heroin
  • Deputy PM made announcement at an event with Richard Branson today
  • Experts condemned move, saying it will push thousands into addiction

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How reading the Daily Mail can make you fear FUCKIN everything.

How a romantic candle-lit dinner can give you cancer.

How using Facebook could raise your risk of cancer

Could your tattoo give you cancer? Scientists fear toxins from ink could enter blood and accumulate in your major organs

  • Scientists called for more research and regulation into tattoo inks
  • Say nanoparticles of ink could accumulate in spleen and kidneys
  • Scientists warn ‘no doubt substances can be toxic’

Do foam cups contain cancer-causing chemicals? Leading panel says styrene may be a ‘human carcinogen’

  • Styrene can be ‘reasonably anticipated to be a human carcinogen’
  • Conclusion reached by 10 leading medical experts in the U.S.
  • They stress further research is needed before chemical is regulated
  • American Chemistry Council says styrene has passed most stringent safety tests to be used in food and drink packaging

The cancer timebomb: Parents sentencing their children to disease by letting them sit in front of TV and computer screens for hours on end, warn experts

  • Children should only be allowed two hours screen time a day, doctors warn
  • They are ‘increasingly concerned’ about children being too inactive
  • Those who spend hours playing games, surfing internet and watching TV risk developing diabetes, cancer and heart disease

Why living in a city makes you fat, infertile, blind, depressed and even causes cancer

The cancer risk in your ‘healthy’ glass of fruit juice which has so much sugar it could bring on tumours

Smacking or shouting at your children ‘raises their risk of cancer, heart disease and asthma later in life’

  • Those who hit or even raise their voices at youngsters expose them to higher risk of disease risk
  • Link could be caused because smacking and shouting at children causes them stress
  • Has the same kind of long-term impact as abuse and trauma, say the researchers

Health supplements ‘could cause cancer’: Study finds some products may increase chance of getting disease

  • Scientists say claims of the benefits of antioxidents made are largely a ‘myth’
  • beta carotene,vitamins C and E might even promote cancer, according to research

Don’t burn the sausages! Cancer-risk of well-cooked meat may be more than twice as high than first thought

Cancer danger of that night-time trip to the toilet

‘Climate change could give you cancer’: UN report warns of deadly pollutants from glaciers

‘Cancer threat’ in your spray-on tan: Toxins accidentally inhaled, warn scientists

Oh crumbs! EU health chiefs say toast gives you cancer: It must be yellow, never brown, to cut risk of danger chemical

  • Watchdog is warning about acrylamide – substance linked to cancer risk
  • Chemical forms in starchy foods baked, fried or roasted at high temperature 
  • Urging people not to eat dark chips, dark toast or drink instant coffee 
  • Means many British favourites, such as roast and jacket potatoes, fall into danger category

Drinking just one glass of wine a day can INCREASE risk of cancer by 168%, say the French!

GP who says checking your breasts for lumps can do more harm than good

Why an extra inch on the waist is a cancer risk

Cancer chemical found in Pringles, Hula Hoops and Prince Charles’s organic crisps

Sleep disorder already linked to obesity and diabetes ‘can double risk of fatal cancer’

  • The largest study of its kind found that sufferers with the highest oxygen deprivation were at the greatest risk

Of a nervous disposition? Here’s another thing to worry about: You’re more likely to get cancer, according to new research

Chemicals in breast milk linked to testicular cancer

Loom bands cancer warning as rogue consignments of ‘charms’ are found to contain massive levels of deadly chemicals

  • Tests revealed some loom band ‘charms’ contained high levels of phthalates
  • Phthalates is used to make plastic safer and pliable but is strictly controlled
  • Legal limit for chemical is 0.1 per cent but some ‘charms’ contain 50 per cent
  • Batches tested and found to be dangerous were headed to UK from Far East
  • Officials urging public to only buy genuine products which are safe to use

Could shared sex toys be spreading the cancer-causing HPV virus between partners?

  • New study from the Indiana University School of Medicine is the first to examine whether vibrators could be transmitting the virus between sex partners

Energy saving bulbs ‘release cancer causing chemicals’, say scientists

Cancer risk chemical acrylamide is found in KFC fries, crisps and cereal

  • Watchdogs identified potentially dangerous acrylamide in 14 products
  • The largest amount was found in crisps, including some expensive brands
  • Higher than expected levels found in Fox’s Ginger biscuits and TUC biscuits

Pre-cooked frozen chips served in restaurants and fast-food chains ‘could cause cancer’

Mouthwash use ‘linked to oral cancer’: People who use products more than three times a day increase risk

  • Warning from Dr David Conway of University of Glasgow Dental School
  • Major study examined the health of 4,000 people across nine countries
  • British Dental Association argued results of study were not conclusive

Cornflakes cancer scare: Cereal makers drop recycled cardboard boxes containing deadly oils

‘Cancer-causing’ chemical used in plastics and food containers can also lead to obesity and diabetes, says study

Food watchdog warning over peanut butter brand containing ‘cancer-causing fungus’

Taking the Pill ‘raises the risk of breast cancer by 50 per cent’

  • Women taking Pill have 50 per cent higher overall risk of breast cancer
  • Some pills with high levels of oestrogen can raise risk threefold compared to women who have never taken pill
  • Pills containing low-dose hormones carried no extra risks, US study finds 

Will overpopulation drive us to eat our own DEAD? Controversial academic claims humanity is moving towards cannibalism at ‘ridiculous speed’

  • Stanford professor Paul Ehrlich predicts population increases will lead to food crisis
  • Says we will have to address if it is ‘okay to eat the bodies of your dead because we’re all so hungry’

Cameron’s ‘final offer’ for election TV debates: PM says he will take part in one, seven-way contest with party leaders

  • Downing Street said broadcasters caused ‘chaos’ with debate proposals
  • Branded it ‘deeply unsatisfactory’ and said they should have started earlier
  • Ultimatum said single debate must feature Greens, SNP and Plaid Cymru
  • They would debate alongside Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage
  • Other parties unlikely to agree, raising doubts over whether debates will happen