Azara Blog: July 2007 archive summary

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  1. 'Impressionist' and Dalí exhibitions in London (29 July 2007)
  2. Heathrow Airport protestors think they are above the law (29 July 2007)
  3. Sun allegedly reduces the risk of multiple sclerosis (29 July 2007)
  4. Cannabis use and schizophrenia are correlated (27 July 2007)
  5. English students allegedly live in a wonderful world (27 July 2007)
  6. Ground-level ozone is allegedly an important driver of climate change (26 July 2007)
  7. Security queues at airports allegedly a cause for concern (26 July 2007)
  8. Another study shows that mobile phone masts have no health implications (25 July 2007)
  9. The middle class do not like patio heaters (25 July 2007)
  10. Buffalo and Orlando observations (24 July 2007)
  11. David Cameron thinks Britain is a "broken society" (08 July 2007)
  12. Alastair Campbell publishes a book about the Blair years (08 July 2007)
  13. Car companies are allegedly piling weight onto cars (07 July 2007)
  14. Drug companies are allegedly bombarding GPs with marketing (07 July 2007)
  15. Greenland was allegedly once warm enough to have lush forests (06 July 2007)
  16. Another pointless education report (06 July 2007)
  17. Pre-packed sandwiches are allegedly salty (05 July 2007)
  18. Organic food is allegedly better for the heart (05 July 2007)
  19. Electronic gadgets consuming more and more energy (04 July 2007)
  20. Alison Richard asks for more money from the government (04 July 2007)
  21. RSPB lobbies Gordon Brown using the BBC (03 July 2007)
  22. Hebridean wind farm will allegedly kill some golden eagles (03 July 2007)
  23. Sainsbury's wants lorries to help it power light bulbs (02 July 2007)
  24. Another pointless health study, this time anti-cat (02 July 2007)
  25. UK introduces an electronics waste law courtesy of the EU (01 July 2007)
  26. Folate allegedly helps against depression (01 July 2007)

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