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Tue 22 May 2018

Introduction is the website for people who either work at home, or work from home.

If you are looking for help doing your school homework, then try the BBC Bitesize site.

After a year's break, the site is reinventing itself, and planning to offer:

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It will take time to develop the site, so please bare with us.

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Snake oil: bogus cure-all

In the late 19th century, one Clark Stanley begun marketing his Snake Oil as a cure-all. Made from the oils released by boiling rattlesnake, it made him a lof of money.

Unfortuantely his produce was found to be mainly mineral oil, and ineffective, and "snake oil" became a by-word for a fraudulent health product.

Selling bogus products is illegal and unethical and a scam. Do not be tempted!

Ironically, the health benefits of fish oil containing omega-3 fatty acid is well known, it just won't cure everything.

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