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tick talk

well pretty sure i scratched a tick off myself last eve! can't be sure because it was on my shoulder blade. definitely felt like a foreign object. now looks like a bite. at least we don't seem (so far) to be in a high risk area for the ticks a) belonging to species which can transmit lyme, and b) which are actually infected themselves.
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magnesium: immortalized in song lol

hahaha i didn't know about this song before. rolled into it on youtube via N/A OK.

fave line (of a few goodies): 'hyperactivity is linked to low magnesium'

also enjoyed publisher's comment: 'there was a serious lack of this song on youtube'

hahahahahaha :D
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TEDx - When Change is not a Choice

TEDx - When Change is not a Choice
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Smart Phones

The first segment of this Sunday's episode of 60 Minutes is a must see.
It discusses how smart phones, and their apps, are deliberately made to be
as addictive as possible. ... babe-ruth/
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hurt myself :S

have been gimping around for a week on a painful foot. it was garbage day a week ago, and first thing in the am i heard the truck coming. i tried to run to take the recycling out in time - but my feet were completely asleep. i tried to hurry anyway and it did not go well :S turned my foot over and heard a lot of cracking which i hoped was all my ...
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Diagnosed in Oct., and wanting to try to have a baby soonish

I am 31 and was diagnosised in Oct of 2016. According to my scans with several lesions (only one showing damage) I have had MS for while. I am on Copaxone and have been on a clean eating diet to aid in keeping inflammation out of my body. I am self employed, so I have taken steps to keep stress out of my life as well. I feel good. My only flare was left field ...
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Trying to cope

Hi everyone,

I was diagnosed with ms almost exactly a year ago at the age of 25. And there have been many changes within this year. I think the diagnosis was actually a relief to me because I felt like I actually had an answer for what has been going on with me and I could now more forward and start treatment.

However, shortly after the diagnosis I began having severe electrical shocks all throughout ...
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new shellfish record!

i finally did it. i am not there with the clam and oyster chowder yet, but i ate clam chowder (at 30% standard clam density) and a single smoked oyster (wrapped in bacon). this 'struggle', associated with the quest for concentrated nutrients via small whole food portions, is occurring almost 4 decades since getting beaten up for not wanting to try shellfish at a restaurant. fwp i know. but be nice to your kids, folks.
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Those with writing/drawing problems

Is it common to lose your ability to write or draw with multiple sclerosis since its possible? If you had that kind of bad luck, how do you deal with it? And what other ways could you write? I'm suddenly new here and I've been having similar symptoms of this disease but haven't had a diagnosis yet. I can't afford it and ms is very tricky to diagnose. I'm 23 years old. It's been two ...
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