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The Wonderful Adventure of Mr. Knoxville

Knox the Basset Hound is the elder statesman of the house.  He enjoys spending his day sitting in front of the screen door, watching the neighborhood, or running back and forth on his path that he has worn into the back yard over the years. 383 more words

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How to cure erectile dysfunction?

Erectile dysfunction is a very nasty disease for every man. Most of them are so ashamed of their problem that they never decide to visit a doctor. 190 more words

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Infectious Disease Surveillance (III)

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“Zoonotic diseases are infections transmitted between animals and humans […]. A recent survey identified more than 1,400 species of human disease–causing agents, over half (58%) of which were zoonotic [2]. 1,703 more words

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The joy of saying stupid things 1.

You know how people just say things? e all do it and today I think I shall mount my high horse and discuss one of those things people say quite casually that more than likely has its roots in some vague truth but is actually absolute drivel. 422 more words

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Researchers may have found a cure for the peanut allergy

New research out of Australia appears to have found a way to train the human body to overcome a peanut allergy, one of the most common and deadly allergies in the world. 222 more words

Pymble Grove: Episode XII

In the week leading up to each of my Sydney appointments, my Lyme doctor has me fill out a detailed questionnaire. It asks about which symptoms have improved, which have worsened, what medications I’m taking, any new symptoms that have arisen, and any further stuff that I want to look into or pursue. 598 more words