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Even while trying to take a vacation with his friends in Europe, he's left to deal with the after-effects of 'Endgame'.
"Three are still off sick having suffered the after-effects. Hopefully nothing long term."
The research will help medical professionals understand the causes of strokes, resulting in the development of new treatments and a reduction in the number who suffer from strokes and the after-effects.
The victim still feels after-effects of what was a shocking incident JUDGE GEOFFREY MILLER belfast court yesterday
"Life After Near Death" is the only study to explore the deeper meaning of the near-death experience through the prism of its extraordinary after-effects. It offers a new, science-based paradigm to unravel the NDE and our assumptions regarding the afterlife.
-- The Legal Defense Fund of the Independent Insurance Agents and Brokers of California, which was set up to battle the after-effects of Proposition 103 and bank entry into insurance, has drawn strong support, according to the Association.
A: Ifs probably a combination of the weight of heavy fruit this year and the after-effects of severe drought, which can last four to seven years.
OLYMPIC 400 metre hurdles semi-finalist Jack Green has announced he will not participate in the 2014 World Class Performance Programme (WCPP) due to the after-effects of depression.
Kenny, 24, was so badly injured he was in a coma for weeks and is still suffering the after-effects eight months on.
Now we witness the after-effects, in the presence of returning voice cast members Bill Hader - as lead Flint Lockwood - and Anna Faris and James Caan.
Five years on, Victoria says Daniel, now 10, is still suffering the after-effects of the often deadly disease and believes it has changed his life.
One in three youngsters who are treated for the disease will suffer after-effects including mental health problems, epilepsy and learning difficulties, the study found.
Sadly, this can cost lives or lead to a child facing a future changed forever with devastating after-effects'.
An 8-year prison sentence is provided for torture crimes without after-effects, and 12 years in prison in case where acts of torture leave traces.