A 51-year old married father of two from France is suing drug company GlaxoSmithKline, saying that the drugs he took for Parkinson’s disease have turned him into a ‘compulsive gay sex and gambling addict.’
According to Fox News, Didier Jambart, of France, took Requip – a drug used to treat the motor side effects of Parkinson’s disease – from 2003 to 2005. Jambart says that, due to the side effects of Requip, he lost his family’s savings to internet gambling, stole money to feed his gambling habit and attempted suicide three times. He also alleges that he became:
“Herpes is forever.” That is what I was told by countless health teachers throughout my high school career.
And you know what? They were right! Herpes is forever — but more in the way of how chicken pox is forever rather than losing an arm off of your body is forever.
There are two different strains of herpes, aptly named Simplex 1 and Simplex 2. Simplex 1 typically manifests in the form of sores on your mouth — the common cold sore. Around 70% of the United States’ adult population has the Herpes simplex 1 virus. Crazy, right? And the majority of initial infections occurs before the age of five. Herpes Simplex 2 manifests in the form of genital sores, though it can also appear on the mouth. About 20% of the US adult population has …