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Lung Cancer for Nonsmokers Still Stained by Stigma
Sat Nov 15, 2014
I often wonder about all the extra particulate matter in the air. When buildings used to be torn down a couple hundred years ago, most of the materials were fairly natural. Now when they are torn down, we're throwing particulates into the air that aren't so healthy. Joint compound, …
Smashing Pumpkins: Quick Cleanup After Riot at New Hampshire College
Sun Oct 19, 2014
In reply to: meowarf #2 I live in this city and the pumpkin festival has always been a wonderful, family friendly event. While the college has a lot of wonderful students, it is also a dumping ground for many privileged and immature students from Connecticut who bring with them a sense o …
Texas Hospital Makes Changes After Ebola Patient Turned Away
Thu Oct 2, 2014
In reply to: Gena from Florida #2 My doctor's office required that I have all my previous records sent before I could even schedule an appointment. I knew they hadn't even read them by the presumptions made and the questions they were asking me on my appointments. I love tec …
Carrie Underwood and Brad Paisley poke fun at HealthCare.gov at CMA Awards
Thu Nov 7, 2013
What REALLY irks me is that a bunch of millionares who don't have to give a second thought to being able to afford a health insurance plan or any catstrophic medical care bills that come their way are making fun of someone who is trying to fix our retarded health care system.
With world watching, Congress against wall for last-minute fiscal solution
Wed Oct 16, 2013
Greed is the cancer of America. Of the world, actually.
'Required reading': As textbook prices soar, students try to cope
Sun Sep 15, 2013
I knew a man over 25 years ago who drove a beautiful BMW, dressed to kill, wore a Rolex, took expensive vacations, lived in a very wealthy neighborhood...I assumed he was a lawyer, doctor, CEO, banker... when I asked my mother what he did for a living, she said he sold college textbooks. …
Chronic stomach pain in kids linked to later anxiety
Mon Aug 12, 2013
For me, it was a matter of being an introvert in an extremely extroverted society that caused my anxiety and stomach pains. Introverts are made to feel as if there is something wrong with them when they don't want to pick up the baseball bat in front of a bunch of judgemental teenagers. …
Half of new moms now breastfeed, CDC finds
Wed Jul 31, 2013
I agree with you. I'm going to be honest...I feel as if I took the easy/lazy way out by breastfeeding- no formula to purchase, mix and heat and more importantly, no bottles to wash! I'll do anything to save a dish! We were dirt poor when we were young parents with no government ass …
34 kids a day seen in ER for choking on food, study finds
Mon Jul 29, 2013
Regarding the diapers...I was a young mother in the early 90's and thanks to the good mothering role models I had in my life, I was able to get through our meager years right after my husband served in the military by using cloth diapers, making my own baby food, buying everything we needed at garag …
Schools rethink perfect attendance awards in bad flu season
Wed Feb 13, 2013
Finally! When I was in school 30 years ago, my best friend's mother always pushed her to go to school, even when sick, so that she could be awarded perfect attendance. Inevitably, she made everyone around her sick, including our very pregnant gym teacher, who was not too happy with her.
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