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    Re: Toxic Toilet Tissue

    I have largely avoided that problem since the mid 80s by using a hand-held bidet hose. However, some T-paper is still needed for minor cleaning, as well as drying from using the bidet. I suppose the...
  2. Iowa beach shut down after woman infected with brain-eating amoeba

    Patrick Reilly
    July 9, 2022

    A freshwater beach in Southern Iowa was forced to close Friday after a ...
  3. Re: Scientific Trial Proves Diet Supplement Can Prevent Hereditary Cancer

    Should read, "Could an ORGANIC banana a day..." I always notice at Albertson's (now part of Safeway), and at other big SMs, that the price difference of organic bananas, over that of the non-organic...
  4. Thread: More activity

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    More activity

    The "More Activity" tab at the bottom of this "Activity Stream" page appears to have stopped functioning.
  5. Re: Probiotics May Not Do Much For Vaginal Health

    Good news, the bladder is considered part of the urinary tract. https://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/urinary-tract-infection/symptoms-causes/syc-20353447
  6. Re: To Beat the Heat, Phoenix Paints Its Streets Gray

    In my 42 years of working in the railroad telecom industry, I have sometimes heard of the problem of rails buckling under high temperature, summertime radiant sunlight. But never had I heard, until...
  7. Re: Probiotics May Not Do Much For Vaginal Health

    How about the use of UNsweetened, organic cranberry juice, (like Lakewood). https://healthfully.com/cranberry-juice-for-bacterial-vaginosis-6687690.html
  8. Re: NEWBrew beer in Singapore is made from recycled sewage water

    Not to be vulgar, but.................................................................................................................... .........I see a typo. :o
  9. Re: Coronavirus May Be a Blood Vessel Disease, Which Explains Everything

    HAH!!! I managed to find your vein issue problem post. Don't ask me why I thought about it out of the clear blue sky after all this time, go figure, lol!
    But you might be interested to know that I...
  10. To Beat the Heat, Phoenix Paints Its Streets Gray

    THIS TV NEWSREEL ITEM CAUGHT MY ATTENTION THIS MORNING, BUT THE SCI-AM ARTICLE IS DATED 10/3/2021

    Daniel Cusick, E&E News
    October 3, 2021

    Researchers in Arizona have found that urban heat...
  11. Re: Offices in Japan to install ‘nap boxes’ so workers can sleep standing up

    But realistically, I recall back before my 2010 retirement, my railroad telecom employer, (craft and admin., but usually not transportation crew), encouraged us with the ability to nap on the job if...
  12. Re: Offices in Japan to install ‘nap boxes’ so workers can sleep standing up

    Seriously? ROTFLMAO. Isn't that the same sleeping tube that they use horizontally at the Kyoto Hotel??? https://itsyourjapan.com/best-capsule-hotels-in-kyoto/ Perhaps they are used for coffins or...
  13. Offices in Japan to install ‘nap boxes’ so workers can sleep standing up

    Theo Wayt
    July 15, 2022

    Sleepy at work? Just stand inside this windowless box and take a power nap. That’s...
  14. Re: Habitual use of GPS negatively impacts spatial memory during self-guided navigati

    Why would they. That question suggests to me that the GPS devices were surgically implanted.:rolleyes::)
  15. Re: Habitual use of GPS negatively impacts spatial memory during self-guided navigati

    I can't quite remember my first GPS that may have been issued to me by my railroad telecom dept, inclusive in my Blackberry phone??? But I do remember eventually being issued an early model Garmin...
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    Re: Kitchen Cupboard Cures

    Now that you mention it, you can't imagine how many people that I have encountered, especially in doctors' offices, that apply the word "homeopathic" to any alternative medicine. Back east in the...
  17. Re: Giant Asian hornets that can kill with a single sting to invade virus-stricken

    CBS-TV News this morning reported updated info of the so-called "Murder Hornets" in the Pacific Northwest, (PNW), mainly Washington state, (WA), stating that they kill 50 people a year in Japan and...
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    Food preservation vacuum sealers

    When I woke up this morning, I turned on the TV and found an interesting hand held, food vacuum sealer, half hour info-mercial ad by Duo Nutri Sealer from Power XL, that appears to be able to...
  19. Re: High Fructose Corn Syrup Linked To Liver Disease?

    I believe a distinction needs to be made between (indigenous) Mexican Nationals VS Mexican Americans, where living in the U.S. has introduced a lot of unhealthy diet. The Eskimos/Inuits and Native...
  20. Re: Could A Dissolving Implant Revolutionize The Way We Manage Pain?

    There have been a lot of TV ads about Omega XL pain relief from fatty lipids in New Zealand mussels that you might want to further research. I don't trust most of these ads, but at least consider...
  21. Re: 11 Edible Flowers With Potential Health Benefits

    After commenting on the non-edible (?) fried egg flower, it occured to me that I have yet another notable wild flower growing here, the 'toxic' Jimson weed. But after a quicki wiki search, I found...
  22. Re: 11 Edible Flowers With Potential Health Benefits

    The way Fried Eggs have spread around here, I can understand their "invasiveness".
  23. Re: High Fructose Corn Syrup Linked To Liver Disease?

    I'm not so sure about Mexican cola being sweeter than U.S. cola. A lot of the supermarkets around here display and sell imported Mexican Coca Cola and other Mexican soda brands, on separate display...
  24. Re: 11 Edible Flowers With Potential Health Benefits

    The #11, Chamomile flower, resembles the larger fried egg flowers that grow wild out here on my property in NM, but I see no evidence of their edibility....
  25. Re: 'Food Sequencing' Really Can Help Your Glucose Levels...Eating Salads before Carb

    In terms of percentages, I really don't know. The best way I can answer is that my whole oat groats, with some diced baking apple and unsweetened dried tart cherry raisins, have been made amylose,...
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