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Growing up in the Oldershaw household

Growing up in the Oldershaw household was, to put it mildly, interesting. There was always something going on – at times it felt like there were sixty people living in the house rather than six. 574 more words

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Extrasynaptic receptors facilitate action potentials by raising membrane potential

From Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology News Center:

Readying the Neural Network

by Poncie Rutsch

17 Nov 2014

Synapse, the name for the signal-receiving site on a neuron, comes from the Greek word for contact.

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Action Potential

What is freedom to you?

We are lucky enough to live in an era where freedom is something we have become accustomed to. From the freedom of speech to the freedom to make decisions about what food we want to eat, clothes we want to wear and even the TV programmes we want to watch; we all have the freedom to live our lives in the way that we desire. 494 more words

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River Cruise Sign Up Deadline - December 15, 2014

Please note that if you are intending on joining us on the NMDA 13th Annual CE Getaway – Paris and the Heart of Normandy the deadline for registration is December 15, 2014. 11 more words

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August 2014, my own month of madness!

My first seizure

Saturday 2nd August 2014

Like I said in my previous post I was obsessed with couponing and today we were driving 40 minutes to Morrisons to use £5 off £10 meat spend vouchers. 2,154 more words

Improvement and Moving Forward

I have now been off sick for 5 months. A lot has happened since I last updated this blog, things finally seem to be improving. It has felt like a never ending battle at times. 534 more words

Encephalitis