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AAA can cause death within ten minutes

If you suffer a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA), you could die if you don’t get to the hospital within ten minutes. That’s how...

Is your cell phone hazardous?

Is your cell phone hazardous? What are the dangers? These questions were posed by Barry “Baz” Jones, the guest speaker at the February 14...

PCEC gains 72 members this past year

Pattaya City Expats Club (PCEC) holds its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the first Sunday in July, which was on July 5 this year....

It’s always a good idea to have a Plan B

Plan B came to the rescue. Club member David Garmaise was prepared to present another of his interesting and entertaining video themes at the...

PCEC learns about exotic plants at Discovery Garden

Have you ever heard of soursop fruit? The lipstick tree or the pencil tree? Screw pines? Luffa sponge plants? Inca peanuts? Baobab trees? Probably...

PCEC learns about “Back Pain in Advanced Age”

Prevention and treatment for back pain was the topic at the Sunday, May 17, meeting of the Pattaya City Expats Club. Dr Somrot Phonglamai,...

“Financial Educational Road Show” stars at weekly PCEC meeting

Many U.K. and U.S. expats may be able to take action to maximise the value of their retirement savings. This was the central message...

Reasons for having plastic surgery

There are several reasons for having plastic surgery. Some are done for reconstructive purposes, usually after someone has been involved in an accident. Other...

Skill over brawn in effective self defence

Skill over brawn can be the key in effective self defence. If you know how to use pressure points on the body, you don’t...

PCEC members learn about rotator cuff injuries

This may not be what you wanted to hear, but as you get older, your risk of a painful rotator cuff injury increases. The...

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