Took Dad to see the specialist today, and the doctor was just as I had hoped. He rattled off a list of things that it might be, rattled off a long list of tests to take, and was in agreement with me: there is no reason for Dad to be in this kind of persistent, chronic pain. 156 more words
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Alright, here we go… I’ve decided to start my series of holiday-related posts with what was probably the highlight of the trip: Launceston. (Keeping in mind that I’m probably not going to write a post about my cousin’s wedding, since this is not really the sort of place I’d write about it if I did.) 927 more words
I first met Dane at as a blue belt at a submission only tournament in Utah. He is a genuinely nice guy and a fierce competitor. 1,149 more words
Learn to de-stress.
Imbalances in Your Gut Can Make You Depressed, Anxious and More
If you’re feeling stressed, it’s therefore essential to realize that not only could this affect your gut health, it could be caused by your gut health, or more specifically, your lack thereof. 653 more words