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Common complication of primary nephrotic syndrome?
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by Viviantina
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Common complication of primary nephrotic syndrome Primary nephrotic syndrome is often accompanied by a series of complications, some complications may even endanger the lives of patients, which should arouse a high degree of attention, a common complication is as follow... Read More
Now Here Is An Approach That Might Actually Make A Difference! Fascinating Stuff.
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by davidmore
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The following appeared a few days ago. Scarborough first with TPP record viewer 9 February 2012 Rebecca Todd Emergency physicians at Scarborough Hospital say introducing a GP clinical record viewer has been like turning on a light." Lead A&E consultant Dr Andy ... Read More
Rick Santorum: Stop Using Pregnant Women as a Stepping Stone to the Whitehouse
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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A lie unchallenged becomes the truth. While I admire GOP candidate Rick Santorums decision to raise a special needs child, I certainly wish he would keep his political agendas out of my exam room. Yes, it takes love and courage ... Read More
Rick Santorum: Stop Using Pregnant Women as a Stepping Stone to the White house
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
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A lie unchallenged becomes the truth. While I admire GOP candidate Rick Santorums decision to raise a special needs child, I certainly wish he would keep his political agendas out of my exam room. Yes, it takes love and courage ... Read More
Blog 6: The Early Signs That Something Wasn't Right
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by Lizzie Carver
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Mom forgot to make the mashed potatoes. It was Thanksgiving of 2007, at Moms house. We all arrived with our covered dishes, each one appointed ahead of time what we were going to bring. Mom always made a huge bowl of mashed potatoes and they were the best ever. As we st... Read More
Blog 7: We Continue To Worry
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by Lizzie Carver
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Continuing from my last post. Soon after, Mom was having a hard time with her medication. I would call her and she would be frustrated because she was trying to separate her pills in the daily pill container. She would get so mad and say, Thats it, Im so frustrated, Im ... Read More
Blog 5: Our Family Is Growing
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by Lizzie Carver
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We are five, five sisters, but we all had our differences in our personalities. I was the oldest, the strongest, the nurturer, who got her feelings hurt easily but usually was able to cover it up. Lynda was the emotional one, who couldnt hide her feelings, and very lovi... Read More
Blog 4: Memories on Cassette, Growing Up and Leaving the Nest
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by Lizzie Carver
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Our dad went to Germany to work and my sister Lynda and I went to live with him for a year. We went to an American high school. I was a senior and graduated there and Lynda was a sophomore. It was the most amazing experience to live and travel in Europe, and it was some... Read More
Are you suffering from Endometriosis or are you an Endometriosis Sufferer?
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by guest71388
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I know it sounds like a double handed question but in actual fact, it plays a massive role in how you see yourself and ultimately the message you are sending out to your body. If you are a sufferer of Endometriosis, than you simply suffer from the condition it is a temp... Read More
Blog 3: The Younger Years
Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 by Lizzie Carver
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I dont know how my mom did it, but she was nothing short of Wonder Woman. She not only worked an average of 50 hours per week, but she also did all of the grocery shopping, cooking, baking, shopping for our clothes, and even bought patterns and fabric to make us some pr... Read More
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