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  1. Why won't doctors tell patients when they've made a mistake?

    Excerpts from https://www.quora.com/


    Mats Andersson

    Well, I had a dentist whisper “Oh fuck” under his breath while he was doing something in my mouth. My enquiring noise was enough for him...
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    Re: Natural Immunity Vs Vaccines

    LOL! I reached 108 one Summer just by weeding nude in the garden in the noontime window. Sometimes you get in the zone, you know? And you lose track of time, and what began as 20 minutes turns out to...
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    Re: Natural Immunity Vs Vaccines

    No surprises here. I do have to add that high levels of both vitamins C and D help build immunity and resistance to infection. Social media are inclined to dismiss statements like that as...
  4. Re: Obesity Paper Has Diet Researchers Riled Up

    Frankly I gave up about halfway through this article because it became so completely tedious. These nutritionists continue to refer to the old conundrum of calories in, calories out, which they...
  5. Re: UPDATE 2-Mexico denies permit for new GMO corn variety, first time ever

    I am so pleased to read this. Mexico has denied the importation of GMO seed corn for years and there is no earthly reason why they should discontinue that policy. Bayer cannot force them to buy...
  6. Thread: laugh!

    by Islander
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    Re: laugh!

    Ouch!
  7. Re: How To Use Sugar To Reduce Weeds In Garden

    The fact that sugar depletes nitrogen in the soil makes it unappealing for both flower and vegetable gardens. Vinegar works only briefly, on the top growth; even horticultural vinegar, which is toxic...
  8. Thread: Brain Surgery

    by Islander
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    Re: Brain Surgery

    That, my friends, is flat-out brilliant!
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    Re: Copper and zinc: qestion for Mr. Wizard

    I take zinc for its own sake and to help with my macular degeneration. I also take a minimum of 4 g of vitamin C with quercetin, so I'm probably all set, am I right?
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    Re: Two Socialites

    LOL!
  11. Re: 98 Symptoms Coronavirus Patients Say They've Had

    Grulla, are you telling us that you think you had Covid twice, but you have never been tested so you actually don't know? Isn't that pretty disingenuous? Having the disease means that you now have...
  12. Re: This Supplement Reduces Heart Disease Deaths By 65%

    If you consider all the foods that are high in sulfur, this is one remedy I simply do not need.
  13. Re: This Supplement Reduces Heart Disease Deaths By 65%

    Hmm. I still have a big jar of that because so many people kept recommending it for joint pain, which I've been dealing with in my hips for several years. It never made a bit of difference, but being...
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    Re: Checking in again

    !Wow. Thank you, Maurya but I don't know whether to blame DeJoy or the service from the Virgin Islands. Empty mailbox blues!
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    Re: Checking in again

    The crowds keep coming. 374 this morning. Sadly, no new posts, no donations. Continuing low participation and lack of income will threaten the future of this site.
  16. Re: Covid Origins: Closest Viruses To Sars- Cov-2 Found In Laos

    That's very persuasive. What continues to disturb me is the number of systems and organs in the human being that the virus is able to impact; it even crosses the blood brain barrier. Perhaps it...
  17. Re: Microgreens Go From Trendy Vegetables To Functional Food

    "...what microgreens will regrow when cut?" Oh, so many!

    arugula, romaine, black seeded Simpson come to mind. But you can buy packets of mixed microgreens, and I think any lettuce would do, the...
  18. Re: Microgreens Go From Trendy Vegetables To Functional Food

    I have been growing microgreens almost year-round in window boxes before it became trendy. They're so much easier to do than head lettuce and you can snip a bunch at ground level, knowing they will...
  19. Re: Microgreens Go From Trendy Vegetables To Functional Food

    Grulla, your link isn't working. Can you eliminate the search engine as a part of the URL and simply copy the URL for the page you're viewing? In other words, separate and download the page from the...
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    Re: The Purges Have Begun

    People have a hard time believing this, but it's true. Sometime in middle age I put a digging fork through my foot and had to get a tetanus shot. Other than that, I had no vaccine from smallpox going...
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    Re: The Purges Have Begun

    Then we will have to agree to disagree, Pattypans.
  22. The a2 Milk Co: 'This is going to be a very significant segment of the dairy category

    The a2 Milk Co US CEO: 'This is going to be a very significant segment of the dairy category...

    Elaine Watson
    03-Aug-2021

    The a2 Milk Company – maker of...
  23. Re: The Best Time Of Day To Take Vitamin D, According To Expert

    And keep in mind also, Grulla, that Julieanne lives in Australia, closer than any of us to the thin oz0ne layer where sun's rays are most intense and most potentially harmful. She's pretty savvy so I...
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    Re: The Purges Have Begun

    I feel strongly that no one should be coerced into having a chemical of any kind, and especially an experimental drug, introduced into their body without their informed consent. This is one of...
  25. Re: 98 Symptoms Coronavirus Patients Say They've Had

    Glad you succeeded. I'm sure I'm not the only one who was concerned about your long absence.
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