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Pay attention to these warnings - Abdominal pain can strike at any time, and is often difficult to determine whether or not it is an emergency. Abdominal pain can occur as a result of numerous causes including indigestion, intestinal gas, food poisoning, menstrual cramps, heartburn, gallstones, pancreatitis, inhibited blood supply to the colon (also known as ischemia), stomach cancer, kidney stones, inflammatory bowel disease, umbilical hernia, appendicitis or a urinary tract infection…

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Our Veins Are Thin, Our Rivers Poisoned

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Vanity mirror used by tragic 18th century society beauty, 27, who died of make-up poisoning sells for £300,000

Queen Elizabeth I was a user of ceruse, a mixture of white lead and vinegar that was applied to the face to make the skin appear paler. It is widely believed the queen died of blood poisoning at the age of 70 in 1603, possibly caused by the noxious 'Mask of Youth'.


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The death of Queen Elizabeth I

The death of Queen Elizabeth I., as imagined by artist, Paul Delaroche (1828). In March 1603 Elizabeth was described as being unwell and seemed depressed. She took up residence in one of her favourite palaces – Richmond – close to the River Thames. She refused to allow herself to be examined, and she refused take to her bed – standing for hours on end. As her condition deteriorated her ladies-in-waiting spread cushions on the floor, and Elizabeth eventually lay down on them.


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