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Propofol – The Milk of Amnesia

Propofol is a short-acting sedative-hypnotic that’s used to initiate and maintain general anesthesia. It also decreases levels of consciousness along with a loss of memory for sedation during minor medical procedures. It is administered intravenously. The drug was discovered in 1977. … Continue reading

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 *****A NEW SHORT STORY ANTHOLOGY***** Announcing the Release of Every action in life, random or not, produces a result—a consequence. Some are predictable while others are unexpected. The unforeseeable ones are the most interesting and those make a story come … Continue reading

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