Andy and Jacqueline just entered the horror maze but people in costumes were already jumping out to scare
This departure from sound science and good sense subsequently marked the BSE crisis and almost all the food scares
that have followed.
While Government agencies and local authorities try to clear our shop and canteen shelves of affected products, what about the bigger picture and what this scare
There is also the opportunity for self-improvement, by getting onto the rapidly proliferating quango health committees in order to deal with all the unsubstantiated gossip about health scares
Anti-perspirants were the subject of one particular Internet scare
quoted in Health Which?
Worringly, the irrationality and extremism that we encounter in the smoking debate is mirrored by many of the health scares
featured in this report.
Joy quotes a friend of his, the avant-garde computer scientist Danny Hillis, who explains why the new technologies don't scare
him: "I'm as fond of my body as anyone, but if I can be 200 with a body of silicon, I'll take it.
, though they may be manipulative and strategic, are often moments that confound direction and intention; they are fraught with uncertainty, risk, anxiety, panic.
What might be called a "Catholic scare
" accompanied the Indian scare
in the early years.
This Halloween season, Break Media will offer a season of scares
that includes new, original content written and created by Break's Creative Lab.
However, the actor got cut mid-sentence when Ellen's scare
Monsters University Stars Scare
Up Some Protein with Milk at Breakfast
Neil LaBute's remake of `Wicker Man' scares
A report in the magazine said: "The anti-perspirant scare
is a classic example of a successful scare
story: it appeals to a deep-seated fear, its vaguely scientific language makes it sound as if it could be true, and it offers no source that can be checked.
Moreover, chemically it is a distant cousin (very distant) of dioxin, which was the subject of earlier scares
itself, based primarily on its harm to guinea pigs.