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Right hand, left hand

Sorry to disappoint fans of the Welsh musician and erstwhile housemate of Elis James (actor, anecdotalist and broadcaster), but this post will not be about him or his music: though feel free to check out his oeuvre.   833 more words

Barney is PURPLE and so is my foot.

One definition of irony is: “Incongruity between what might be expected and what actually occurs.” Well, I think it was ironic that I went to my doctor (dermatologist) two days ago with a perfectly good left foot and toe, but departed with a foot and toe that feel BROKEN! 378 more words


Benefits Of An Angiogram Test In The Heart

Benefits Of An Angiogram Test In The Heart

Angiogram test in the heart is based on the imaging technique. It mainly focuses on the arteries and veins of the heart. 297 more words


Still no answers

The veterinary called me this morning, and – they still do not know what the x-ray show. The radiologist could not exclude metastases on the lungs, but could not tell that they are that for sure either, so we will go to CT, computed tomography exam. 82 more words


Courtney's Canine Clips: X-Ray Of Dog That Swallowed Monopoly Dog Token

Apparently, this dog heard that Monopoly is getting rid of some of its classic tokens, and he was DETERMINED to protect the Scottie dog piece. 38 more words


X-ray may be best screening tool for diagnosing knee pain

Have you ever visited the doctor for knee pain or injuries from osteoarthritis?

If you have, you’re not alone! This is one of the most common reasons for a visit to the doctor’s office. 165 more words


Laughter, pain and the kindness of friends...

I had a booking at a school yesterday – and, despite my nasty fall on Wednesday, was determined to go in and teach. Until, that is, I woke up and found I could barely bend my right knee and that my left ankle had swollen up even more and was going multi-coloured. 900 more words