I don't have enough seniority to proclaim you redeemed with this link, but I will put in a good word to Ian in your behalf.
Bromley and Dignan have assured us that MS will be history in 4.5 years, so that might give anyone thinking marraige, a target date to work with.
I posted this story on Tuesday 20 Feb at 2:45am, but I admire Harry Z's attempt to get in my good books. If he contines like this, and sends me his address, he may get a box of chocolates. I can be very forgiving.
One thing I find unusual about these hormone items, is that women have a considerably higher incidence of MS, yet, whenever you read of hormones helping MS, its a female based hormone.
Hi Dom, now that you mention it!!!! While I would never regret that you were my Valentine this year, I wanted to mention that the fancy English chocolate you sent has been playing hell with my system. Are you sure that ExLax is actually English chocolate? For some reason the name sounds French to me.TwistedHelix wrote:I'm going to read the profiles now--I never realised this was a dating site!
One thing I find unusual about these hormone items, is that women have a considerably higher incidence of MS, yet, whenever you read of hormones helping MS, its a female based hormone
is “I don’t think so.”whenever you read of hormones helping MS, it’s a female-based hormone
The neuroactive steroids dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA), its sulfate ester DHEAS, and allopregnanolone (Allo) are produced in the adrenals and the brain. Their production rate and levels in serum, brain, and adrenals decrease gradually with advancing age. The decline of their levels was associated with age-related neuronal dysfunction and degeneration, most probably because these steroids protect central nervous system (CNS) neurons against noxious agents.
The decline of neurosteroid levels during aging may leave the brain unprotected against neurotoxic challenges.
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