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Can a Mouse Pad Make You Sick?

Some months back, I began developing a pesky skin condition. It was relieved by my doctor, briefly, by use of prednisone. But it returned with a vengeance. It covered my arms and began to invade my back, even my legs. I itched to pieces, sometimes scratchi
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Posted by on May 25, 2020

If It No Longer Exists, How Can the Spanish Flu Shed Light on the Coronavirus?

After the Great War (after the second great war, re-named World War I), and immediately following it, the horrendous Spanish Influenza struck the globe. The CDC suggest 50 million died globally. We think Covid-19 is bad (and don't believe for one second t
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Posted by on April 27, 2020

Actions Against Coronavirus - Worst Case Scenario

When a tragic event occurs, responses may certainly be out of the ordinary. And this may be, not just on the part of individuals, but on the part of institutions. There is not the shred of a doubt that Covid-19 is contagious. In fact, it almost adds new m
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Posted by on April 23, 2020

Only 9 Cases in Nelson Co., VA: What Does This Mean?

The novel Coronavirus Covid-19 is in full swing. Yet in the county in which I live - Nelson County, Virginia - there have been very few cases to date. In fact, as of today, there are 9 ongoing cases, so far no death. But what does this mean? Is this count
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Posted by on May 4, 2020

Ad Hominem

Disclaimer In this article, I am NOT arguing whether the lockdown is good or bad, just trying to look at ways in which arguments / debates are carried out. Never Heard Of It I was listening to a Coronavirus argument on the radio the other day.
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Posted by on May 14, 2020

Can a Mouse Pad Make You Sick?

Some months back, I began developing a pesky skin condition. It was relieved by my doctor, briefly, by use of prednisone. But it returned with a vengeance. It covered my arms and began to invade my back, even my legs. I itched to pieces, sometimes scratchi
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Posted by on May 25, 2020

Ad Hominem

Disclaimer In this article, I am NOT arguing whether the lockdown is good or bad, just trying to look at ways in which arguments / debates are carried out. Never Heard Of It I was listening to a Coronavirus argument on the radio the other day.
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Posted by on May 14, 2020

Only 9 Cases in Nelson Co., VA: What Does This Mean?

The novel Coronavirus Covid-19 is in full swing. Yet in the county in which I live - Nelson County, Virginia - there have been very few cases to date. In fact, as of today, there are 9 ongoing cases, so far no death. But what does this mean? Is this count
Click here to read more

Posted by on May 4, 2020

If It No Longer Exists, How Can the Spanish Flu Shed Light on the Coronavirus?

After the Great War (after the second great war, re-named World War I), and immediately following it, the horrendous Spanish Influenza struck the globe. The CDC suggest 50 million died globally. We think Covid-19 is bad (and don't believe for one second t
Click here to read more

Posted by on April 27, 2020

Actions Against Coronavirus - Worst Case Scenario

When a tragic event occurs, responses may certainly be out of the ordinary. And this may be, not just on the part of individuals, but on the part of institutions. There is not the shred of a doubt that Covid-19 is contagious. In fact, it almost adds new m
Click here to read more

Posted by on April 23, 2020

Found a good book about improving your immune system

Hello all With the current disease in the world, panic, death and all, i started searching for a recipe that can improve my immune system. Some of the books had ingredients that i could not find in my country and some were too expensive for me to
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Posted by on March 7, 2020

Winter Doctors' Visits

OK. How many of us oldsters, over the age of 50, haven't had doctors' visits in the winter months of December-January? In fact, it might be likened to the "sales" at new car businesses. Well, I've certainly had my share. In addition to routine visits, I'v
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Posted by on January 13, 2020

A Recent Diagnosis: An Additional Condition

Well, I've sensed I'm going downhill a little quicker than seems reasonable. Not that my life is particularly in danger. I noticed: 1. Sharp, sudden, and unexpected pains, not limited to joints. 2. I can stand (still) for not more than about 10 minutes.
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Posted by on January 3, 2020

Bloody Mess

I Fell This Afternoon I was taking my grandson (20 months) for a walk and he fell. I tried to avoid him and fell too and face planted straight on the footpath. He was unhurt, thank goodness but I broke one of the lenses in my glasses and gave one cheekbon
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Posted by on November 15, 2019

A Surprising Upturn Since Receiving a New AutoPAP

I know that my health or how I feel is not generally that important to 'the next fellow'. However, my experience may well reflect what could happen in your life...or if not in your life, in the life of someone you know. So consider my story. First the mech
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Posted by on November 7, 2019