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COPD Nutrition – A Patients perspective. Part III


After 16 weeks of a new nutrition plan for me the results are compelling. Whether this way of eating is for everyone is a personalized choice. 1,248 more words

Copd Ironman

From U Southampton: "Stop the rogue ADAM gene and you stop asthma"

University of Southampton

22 July 2016
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Scientists at the University of Southampton have discovered a potential and novel way of preventing asthma at the origin of the disease, a finding that could challenge the current understanding of the condition. 637 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From defeated to undefeated: Spokane Hoopfest gives my son his life back

Two years ago, my son James was in the ER of the very hospital that now sponsored his Hoopfest bracket on a sunny June 25 morning. 1,023 more words

There's no need for any doctors

I’ve been dealing with a significant medical issue for the last ten days.

And when I say dealing with, I mean actively avoiding, pretending it’s not happening, and keeping my mouth shut about it, hoping it will resolve on its own. 680 more words

Allergies, Asthma, & Ailments in Fantasy

While filling out all the school forms for my son, I began wondering about allergies and asthma.  You don’t really see these in fantasy settings.  I’ve yet to read about an orc that is terrified of bees because of an allergy.   455 more words


The SF Marathon Week 17 Training Recap

17 down, 1 to go. I’m trying not to dwell on that.

This was the first week that I fully embraced the taper. Some might say I took it too far. 557 more words


Health and Appetite: Clutter vs Control

Anyone who knows me well knows I am most definitely not a fanatic housekeeper. I like a clean orderly house, but mine is of the “lived in” genre! 438 more words