How many times are symptoms treated as the underlying disease? Take for example high blood pressure. Is it a disease or a symptom of something else? What happens when you take medication for blood pressure? Does it treat the blood pressure? Does it make it ...
The Government did not dare support that practical advice. The traditionalists would have had apoplexy. So, in addition to equal marriage, we got to vote on the age of the President which, though welcome, was hardly going to change the face of Irish society".
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