In addition to speeding healing of the canker sores, the adhesive patch helped to reduce pain after just three days of treatmentLicorice extract helps treat canker sores May 23, 2008
This is a positive, progressive health and safety measure, which will bestow positive benefits to workers and the general public. The bottom line is you don't have to be a smoker to get cancer from cigarette smoking, you can get it if you were never a smoker. You can get it from other people's smokeSmoking banned from Irish workplaces Feb 18, 2004
I don't feel I have a right to sing the music and wear the cowboy boots and a cowboy hat without being a part of the ranching community'Cowboy Music' expands its range Oct 02, 2003
Their knowledge of how the fraud was perpetrated and perpetuated make this a very focused search for the truth about this vast accounting fraudHealthSouth's ex-treasurer reaches plea Apr 22, 2003
LSU took quick and thorough action when we discovered these violations and we are hopeful the NCAA will ultimately agree with our assessment of this caseLSU imposes sanctions on football team Dec 16, 2010
Michael Martin is a fictional character from the Australian Network Ten soap opera Neighbours, played by Troy Beckwith. He debuted on-screen in 1985 played by Samuel Hammington during the character's first appearance in 1985 and by Troy Beckwith when the character returned to the show in 1992 until 1994. He briefly returned in a guest capacity in 1995, 1996, 1997 and made his final appearance in 1998.
In 1992 When the Martin family returned to Erinborough. New actors were required to play the parts. Troy Beckwith, who had appeared the previous year as Darren Wood, a temporary love interest for Cody Willis, was cast as Michael.
Michael is first seen, along with his sister, Debbie when Julie Robinson arrives at their father Philip's neighbour's house to break the news of a car accident that leaves Philip paralysed and their mother, Loretta dead. Julie helps look after the children and eventually marries Philip and they all move to the country and are heard from sparingly throughout the years.