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Modified Drinkaware.ie posters at Electric Picnic

THE STICKERS ABOVE WERE AT ELECTRIC PICNIC. “AWARE” IS DROPPED OUT

DRINK.IE IS THERE INSTEAD. THIS IS A DELIBERATE ACT TO ENCOURAGE DRINKING AT THE FESTIVAL… 19 more words

Health

Heart Attack Study Overlooks Women

By Dr. Brian McDonough, Medical Editor

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - We have dozens – if not hundreds – of key health studies done on heart disease and it is the evidence gained from these studies that actually allows us to make decisions in care – everything from medication recommendations to lifestyle changes. 102 more words

Watch + Listen

Another summer gone.

So much has happened since the last time I wrote.
On the myomectomy front, nearly a year post-surgery, I was told by my doctor that the pain I have been experiencing is due to abdominal adhesion. 322 more words

Running

B is for Botox

Botulinum toxin is used to treat patients with certain neuromuscular conditions. In the 1950s, scientists discovered that botulinum toxin can reduce muscle spasms that cause chronic muscle cramping, pain, and wrinkling of skin.  681 more words

Walker’s diary

For Rose Mohammed, the reason for walking in the Shopper’s Drug Mart Weekend to End Women’s Cancers is close to home. It was March 2011 when she was told that she had metastatic carcinoma. 76 more words

S E P T E M B E R {goals}

I was inspired by another blogger to create a goals list for September. It is such a simple suggestion, but pretty powerful. Usually the best ideas are the simple ones. 127 more words

Health

Summer Research and Reflection

It has only been two weeks.

Two days.

Okay, more like two mornings.

And yet, on a Friday night, I cannot stop thinking about the patients I have recently met. 523 more words

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