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  1. Re: Japan to start releasing treated Fukushima water into sea in 2 years

    OMG after the big event Tuna fish off the coast of California have a high a count of radiation, now more to come?
  2. Re: Insider's Nutrition Reporters Both Swear By The 80/20 Rule For Dieting

    Great concept to track your eating.
  3. Re: Heart rate sensor app for Samsung/android phones

    You can always install an heart rate monitor from the playstore which uses the camera to get your pulse. But it might not be as accurate as the built in S health and as far as I know, samsung isn't...
  4. Re: Black or 'Other'? Doctors may be relying on race to make decisions about your hea

    I used to think that we just had to wait for the old-timers to die off so we could implement positive social change. Now that I'm an old-timer myself, I'm not convinced it will ever happen.
  5. Re: When To Stop Drinking Caffeine To Get A Good Night's Sleep

    It's weird to have a sibling that reacts differently with coffee, it makes me think if we are really related lol. My sister treats coffee as her own zolpidem, and she's the only one in my family who...
  6. Re: Do You Really Need To Drink 8 Glasses Of Water A Day?

    I don't follow this, what I follow is to drink every time I feel a little bit thirsty. Small amount of water is enough just to rehydrate myself throughout the day.
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    Re: Islander's Broccoflower-Cheese Bake

    I didn't know you have one recipe here using cauliflower. Will definitely incorporate this on my diet, thanks!
  8. Re: Oatmeal Is Still the World’s Best Performance Breakfast

    A quality oatmeal does a lot to assist with overall digestive processes, which could help outweigh the total carb count. Plus I believe a lot of the carbs in oats are fiber, which a lot of people...
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    Re: Can Dates Help With Managing Diabetes?

    Haha, sad but so true.
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    Re: Adjusting to lifelong medications

    I started on Metformin 1000mg a day but stopped taking, under doctor's advice, about 18 months after diagnosis. I am able to keep this under control with diet and exercise so far.

    At first, yes,...
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    Re: Adjusting to lifelong medications

    When I was first diagnosed, I had a lot going on. High BP, a large Basal Cell Carcinoma that needed a graft, very obese. My heart rate was 120 just sitting in the doctor's office and my BP was...
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    Re: Looking for some pandemic advice

    You should get one, but make sure you did your research first before deciding to get one. Pets have feelings too so you better be up to the task on making sure they are well cared and loved before...
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    Re: Looking for some pandemic advice

    I wish you all had a fun Christmas this year. As far as we feeling lonely during these holidays, let's try to video or telephone chat as much as possible with our loved ones, and within that...
  14. Re: Covid Patients Don't Believe The Virus Is Real

    I'll put my extra time to it later. Promise!! :)
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    Re: How things are going in your area?

    @Islander, thank you. There's always risks going outside but it just doubles it because of this pandemic. Hopefully, 2021 will be a better year for all of us.
  16. Re: Covid Patients Don't Believe The Virus Is Real

    Watched this video before. How in their right mind can someone still debunk the truth about this virus even when they are dying of it? Natural selection at it's finest...
  17. Re: A rare Covid-19 complication was reported in children. Now, it's showing up in ad

    Oh I just wish Covid-19 won't mutate so bad that our current vaccine being prepared right now won't have effect on it. This year has been really bad to us, I really hope 2021 will be better than...
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    Re: How things are going in your area?

    I'm currently in Florida. You drive around in the traffic jammed freeways, you forget there's a pandemic. No mask mandates, no shutdowns, beaches get the normal winter crowd (mostly fishermen,...
  19. Re: Can COVID-19 Actually Lead to a Breakthrough in Pain Relief?

    That's why we should always keep our immune system on check. Those antibodies won't produce enough so doesn't mean you're asymptomatic, you'd just do whatever you want, because it can be too late...
  20. Re: When do you think a final vaccine (with no issues) be released globally?

    Many medical experts have already said that the vaccine will only be about 50% effective at preventing the virus. They have no idea what the possible side effects will be. Factor in if you are under...
  21. Re: The COVID Danger You Haven’t Heard About

    That's why I never over acted on buying sanitizers, not even alcohols LOL.
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    Re: Who Is Bill Gates?

    Bill Gates is the man behind the vaccines.
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    Re: Medical Myths: All About Aging

    Getting older is inevitable, aging is optional. Great article, worth reading.
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    Re: Social Isolation and Stress Management

    Some people feel that technology isolates us from the world. I couldn't agree more, it connects us especially these trying times.
  25. Thread: Hello all

    by Havanana
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    Re: Hello all

    Hello and welcome :o
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