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    heart rate
  • Heart rate is the number of heartbeats per unit of time - typically expressed as beats per minute (bpm) - which can vary as the body's need to absorb oxygen and excrete carbon dioxide changes, such as during exercise or sleep.
  • pulse: the rate at which the heart beats; usually measured to obtain a quick evaluation of a person's health
  • (in  drug (chemical agent): Heart rate)
    for women
  • frigidity:  failure to respond to sexual stimulus; aversion to sexual intercourse; the term is sometimes also used to refer to the failure to experience orgasm during intercourse.
  • Secretly follow or spy on
  • a period of time (4 or 2 hours) during which some of a ship's crew are on duty
  • Look at or observe attentively, typically over a period of time
  • a small portable timepiece
  • look attentively; "watch a basketball game"
  • Keep under careful or protective observation

Ganja town - Majorcans go to pot on the high seas
Ganja town - Majorcans go to pot on the high seas
Not Drugs and Alcohol Again!!! Prompting this article was a major row which blew up in the UK recently regarding the relative dangers of cannabis/ecstasy against those of alcohol/smoking. The Government’s chief advisor has been sacked and colleagues on the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs have resigned in protest. The crucial argument is not whether the scientific report just published is flawed (showing that alcohol and smoking do indeed cause more deaths than cannabis) but whether a scientific advisor should enter the political arena by publicly disagreeing with the government’s policy. Cannabis is used at one time or another by about 40% of European young adults and as the scientist pointed out, alcohol can kill in overdose whereas cannabis cannot. Within the yachting industry, more vessels are now asking for random drugs checks and we, as doctors, have been asked to administer these on board on a number of occasions. Ten drugs, including cannabis can be detected in urine; some up to four weeks after the drug was last taken. Since the result could mean instant dismissal, the specimens are collected fresh, carefully bar-coded, and taken to the laboratory for quantitative analysis should a positive result occur. Some boats want to keep their chosen crew so let them know well in advance of the planned visit, whereas others want simply to catch the culprits and give no warning at all! So why do owners and captains bother about a drug which is used by so many people and causes few deaths? Why should you bother? Cannabis can often cause irrational behaviour and poor decision-making, which you don’t really need at sea, and there is good evidence that regular use can cause psychosis and personality disorders in some people and subtle brain damage in the long-term! The individual may also be involved in the wider drug scene including the use of cocaine which is one of the most sought after drugs amongst the yachting population. The speed of the high with cocaine, and the alertness and increased confidence which make it so attractive, also make it more addictive. The rise in temperature and heart rate, and risk of convulsions and sudden death are not enough to put off some users. The slow “come-down” phase can last several days with depression, paranoia, and suicidal thoughts and the desire to take more may be irresistible. Its use can have other implications and not just for the individual Yachtie. If found on board, it is deemed to be the captain’s responsibility and this can lead to imprisonment (even if completely unaware) and impounding or confiscation of the vessel. As you look further, one realizes why most first-world governments have criminalised this drug - cocaine fuels much violent crime, exploits workers in the poor producer countries and leads to the abuse and death of children and women forced to act as “mules” to carry it. Do we really want to support these things by our behaviour and our demand to have a “good time”! To return to the recent controversy in the UK, what has not yet been emphasised sufficiently is the take-home message; that alcohol and smoking are the real killers. Here in Palma, asking about alcohol consumption raises a shrug, a grin and the reply “Well, I’m a Yachtie!” This means, not much during the week, and as much as you can get at the weekends! Binge drinking is the most dangerous sort as the body doesn’t have time to adapt and you get drunk more quickly. Even leaving out the frequent reports of Yachtie’s having their drinks spiked prior to robbery from the person; there are every week reports of deaths, head injuries and admissions to hospital as direct results of alcohol. Gangs of money-strapped youths pounce on the Yachtie who is thought to have more than enough for all! In an inebriated state, the Yachtie retaliates, and the rest is history. In the States, some of the most famous regattas report deaths every year due to alcohol-related injury or drowning. So.....”It’s the yachting culture, and we can’t do much about that, can we?” “I know plenty of senior crew who use cocaine but never abuse it”. “We work very hard and are cooped up for long periods. What do you expect when we get to shore, everyone just heads for the nearest bar!” “If you go to bar ‘x’, you know you’re going to come out legless. Surely, THEY bear some responsibility” ....are just some of the comments I have heard recently. The answer, of course, is that you CAN buck the trend. Culture is what you, the Yachtie makes it, and if you make it, you can also change it. Set yourself limits, space your drinks, and stop before you start down the slippery slope! Watch for spiked drinks and tell your friends if you fear you have been targeted. As for cannabis or cocaine just leave it! Why should YOU risk your job, your career and your life just to be in with the culture? Dr Rosemary Prudhoe, can be contacted at Club de Mar Medical Centre
it takes TWO to survive
it takes TWO to survive
Divorce is a Sin! "For the LORD, the God of Israel, saith that he hateth putting away..." —Malachi 2:16 "Wherefore they are no more twain, but one flesh. What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder." —Matthew 19:6 Divorce is a sin! Perhaps you may think that marriage is the "old fashioned" way. If that is your thought on marriage, then let me say that marriage is the "right way" as well. It does not matter what has changed over time, marriage will always be the right way within the sacred boundaries of God's law. Marriage is right between a man and a woman! There is no perfect marriage. There are no perfect families. You always get the good with the bad...such is life. It is ok for a marriage to hit some potholes in the road. These cannot be completely avoided simply because we are all human beings prone to anger and disobedience against God. We are going to hit some potholes in the road; however, it is those open manhole covers that we need to watch out for. It is unrealistic to believe that you can live with another human being for any length of time without eventually having cross words between each other, etc. A marriage should be based upon one another's love for each other. Unfortunately, many marriages today are based upon economics, loneliness or an unexpected pregnancy. If you are in such a marriage, it is still a legitimate marriage in the eyes of God. Perhaps you married for the wrong reasons, many people do. That is ok, you just make the best of your marriage and don't let other people interfere. Two wrongs never equal a right. Wrong is wrong! If you feel you married the wrong person, then you need to ask God to humble you. Anyone can live with anybody if they can learn to be a nobody. This whole idea of finding the perfect mate is an illusion. Remember, Romans 3:23 declares, "For all have sinned..." I don't care who you marry, they're a sinner too. We all have faults, and commit sins. Leaving one spouse for another will just bring more problems. It is not uncommon for a couple to wonder after a few years if maybe they should have married someone else. However, it is still a sin to divorce your spouse. Don't do it. If you need to separate for a time, then do so...but never ever consider a divorce. If you do, you are willingly sinning. No Scriptural Grounds for Divorce! In Mark 10:9 Jesus states, "What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder." No one is ever to separate a husband and wife. I wouldn't want to be a judge, who grants divorces. I wouldn't want to be the lawmaker, who allows for all sorts of unscriptural grounds for divorce. And by the way, there are NO SCRIPTURAL GROUNDS FOR DIVORCE. In Matthew 5:32, Jesus said, "But I say unto you, That whosoever shall put away his wife, saving for the cause of fornication, causeth her to commit adultery: and whosoever shall marry her that is divorced committeth adultery." Carefully notice that Jesus never gave anyone permission to divorce because of adultery. What Jesus said is that a man would not be responsible for causing his wife to commit adultery, if she was ALREADY committing adultery. How could he be? To divorce your spouse is a sin, and you will also be responsible for their sinning if they remarry. But you can't be held responsible for causing your spouse to commit a sin that they're already committing. This is all Jesus meant. If committing adultery is grounds for divorce, then Matthew 5:28 gives every wife Biblical grounds to divorce. Let me also say, If Jesus was willing to be despised and rejected of men, beaten to a pulp, mistreated, scorned, assaulted, spit upon, and crucified to death ... FOR US ... then we should follow Christ's example when our spouse does the same things to us. I realize that this is a Christian attitude that is as alien as an unknown solar system. Feminists and worldly thinkers cannot understand such thinking; but, it is Biblical. Jesus was willing to die for you and me. So why are professed "Christians" so quick to divorce their spouses, claiming mistreatment, abuse, extreme cruelty, etc.? I don't recall any disclaimer in the marriage vows that gives a spouse the right to divorce under ANY circumstances. What ever happened to "'Til death do us part?" I'm not hesitant to inform you, that "irreconcilable differences" is NOT found in the Bible as grounds for a divorce. There are NO Biblical grounds for divorce!!! I wouldn't want to be a feminist, who sports in helping destroy other people's marriages. Many marriages have been broken up, by some carnal, malicious, feminist, woman, who convinced another man's wife to file for divorce. And tragically, MANY such feminists are found in churches all across America. Our churches need to be disinfected with a heavy dose of good old-fashionable preaching against d

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