How To Secretely Record Phone Conversations

Written by David D. Deprice

Sound Snooper - $31.46

Sound Snooper is sound recording software that can be used for phone call recording and monitoring, radio broadcasts logging, spying, employee monitoring and so on.

Key features of SoundSnooper are:

* Record any conversation or sound that is routed through your PC. Multiple sound card support. Sound Snooper supports recording from multiple sound cards simultaneously. * Voice activated recording. The program automatically starts and stops recording, so only voice will be recorded.

Whiskey: An Antidote For Cancer?

Written by Charlene J. Nuble

Some scientists believe that whiskey may be one ofrepparttar keys to preventingrepparttar 138149 Big C

For a quite a number of years, liquor has been known not only to bring destructive intoxication and addiction upon its patrons, but also as deterrent to a healthy lifestyle. But as a potential weapon against cancer? Sounds controversial.

Rumors that single malt whiskey may be a tool to combat cancer have begun circulating recently. Whether it actually holds any water has yet to be proven. According to one ofrepparttar 138150 theory’s proponents, a consultant torepparttar 138151 whiskey industry, Dr. Jim Swan,repparttar 138152 antioxidants present in whiskey, particularly ellagic acid, can reducerepparttar 138153 risk of developing cancer, since this acid fightsrepparttar 138154 unstable atoms that aid in rapid cell replication. He added thatrepparttar 138155 more cells were produced,repparttar 138156 more likely that rogue cancer cells will be born. “Whiskey can protect you from cancer and science proves it,” he said, speaking atrepparttar 138157 EuroMedLab 2005 conference in Glasgow. Dr Swan explained that ellagic acid, which is in greater concentration in whiskey than in red wine, breaks downrepparttar 138158 harmful free radicals present in our body.

However, Cancer Research UK remains unconvinced. The agency has raised concerns that what Dr Swan and his supporters are pushing might mislead consumers into drinking excessive amounts of whiskey just to avoid cancer. Cancer Research noted that liquor intake can eventually lead to certain kinds of cancer, such as those inrepparttar 138159 esophagus, throat, mouth, bowel and liver. Dr Swan’s idea that whiskey can prevent cancer also received criticism, owing mostly to an absence of population data supporting them. Contrariwise, according torepparttar 138160 agency’s head of cancer information Lesley Walker, there exists evidence that high alcohol consumption does increase cancer risks. Ms Walker noted that while ellagic acid is a formidable antioxidant and may greatly aid inrepparttar 138161 fight against cancer, its presence in whiskey is not reason enough for people to begin drinking up, especially as ellagic acid can also be found in certain fruits.

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