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Breaking news: Video Discovered of Police Raid at Mike Goulet's Thonglor Clinic, doctor arrested, counterfeit drugs seized

Pattaya Times Staff Reporter Royal Thai Police, Criminal Court, Mike Goulet 24.08.2013
Mike Goulet director of Thonglor Forever Young Clinic  faces criminal charges in Pattaya Thailand. Patients are warned to seek immediate medical attention.

Video surfaces proving the Royal Thai Police, Consumer Protection and FDA agents raided the Thonglor "Forever Young" Clinic, seizing many dangerous, counterfeit drugs and arresting a doctor in the act of injecting the fake drugs into a patient. Recently, criminal charges have been filed against Michelle Oscar "Mike" Goulet, a veterinarian in Australia, who was allegedly dealing with Thonglor Clinic patients and directing courses of treatments and surgery identifying himself as "Dr. Mike Goulet, the face of the Thonglor Clinic."

Should You Fast - at Least Briefly?

Andrew Weil, M.D. 14.08.2012
Should You Fast - at Least Briefly?

Intermittent fasting, or IF, refers to repeatedly going without solid food for longer periods than is typical on a daily breakfast-lunch-dinner schedule.

Wine is devine!

World AIDS Day Walk Set for Dec 1st

Visith Pinpawong 02.12.2011
Three Ways to Help Prevent Migraines

Volunteers provide free condoms to reduce infection rate.

Four Ways to Avoid a Hangover

Wanrapa Boonsu 08.06.2011

Take a multivitamin The body can deal with a certain amount of alcohol thanks to the liver. Enzymes in the liver convert alcohol into acetaldehyde, which is the chemical responsible for that embarrassing facial flushing, as well as the headaches and nausea which are part and parcel of hangovers. In order to detoxify alcohol, liver enzymes require the mineral zinc and B vitamins, particularly B1. A good multivitamin will contain these nutrients.

Heavy metals and other contaminants have been found in water samples taken from vending machines and bottled water.

Only 70 per cent of bottled water and drinking water from vending machines passes quality standards set by the Department of Health, director general Dr Somyos Deerasamee has revealed.

Oral Sex Linked to Cancer Risk

Wanarapa Boonsu 22.03.2011
Oral Sex Linked to Cancer Risk

Scientists say there is strong evidence linking oral sex to cancer, and urge more research into how human papillomaviruses may be to blame for a rise in oral cancer among white men.

Chronic Back Pain: Symtoms, causes and treatment

Many people suffer from chronic pain known as Sciatica but is rarely seen under 20 years of age.


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