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Kim's progress by thepinkribbonshop Posted Fri 29 Oct 2010 12:00am I need to post more often, because I can't keep everything that's happening in my head for too long! As mentioned in my last post, I was started on an oral chemotherapy agent called Xeloda a few weeks ago. Two weeks on, two weeks off. Even though Dr. Green seemed very thorough about what to expect as far as side effects, I forgot to ask her ... Read on »
Food Allergy Symptoms – An Ode to Occupy Wall Street by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Mon 05 Dec 2011 8:09am Over this last week, I've been working on a project on American politics and its history in general, and really enjoyed it. Also, protests in the form of Occupy Wall Street which is raising eyebrows everywhere, it seems as if Americans are sick and tired of dirty politicians, and their self-serving ways. Something that most ... Read on »
Food Allergy Symptoms – What You Need to Know by FitBuff Brandon Patient Expert Posted Wed 08 May 2013 8:26am That so-called "clash of civilizations"  that occurs between the West and East extends to just about every lifestyle choice that one side makes, with one of these many distinctions being this concept of a diet. And you can't blame them – in some countries people barely make enough to get three meals a day, so all this talk about watc ... Read on »
Dining Out With Allergies by Making Love In The Kitchen Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 25 Jun 2013 11:47am I am allergic to black pepper. So is my mom. We don’t get stomach aches, our throats won’t close and we don’t go all hive-y, but we do get herpes-style blisters on our lips and sometimes just above or below... Read on »
A Perilous Relief – The Physical Backdrop(s) of My Risk-Taking Behavior(s) by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm At the risk of sounding like I’m sitting around feeling sorry for myself, let me tell you about my physical experience. I don’t want pity, I don’t want clucking of tongues, I don’t want you to feel sorry for me. This is just my experience, and I’ve acclimated to it over the years. But I’d be lying, if I told you it’s easy… To fully appreci ... Read on »
Health Headlines - May 24 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:24pm Patients Iced Down to Avoid Brain Damage For 24 hours, Hamilton Loeb lay unconscious inside a cold blue suit that put his brain on ice. Four times, his heart had stopped beating and he was shocked back to life. Then doctors essentially refrigerated him, in a bid to avert the brain damage that too often cripples survivors of cardiac arrest. ... Read on »
At the risk of sounding like I&r ... by Broken Brilliant Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:04pm 1 Comment At the risk of sounding like I’m sitting around feeling sorry for myself, let me tell you about my physical experience. I don’t want pity, I don’t want clucking of tongues, I don’t want you to feel sorry for me. This is just my experience, and I’ve acclimated to it over the years. But I’d be lying, if I told you it’s easy… To fully appreciat ... Read on »
How Luxurious Can Nude Lips Be? Too Faced Lip of Luxury Review by kajalcouture Posted Thu 28 Oct 2010 3:29pm In my constant quest for the perfect lipstick, I came across the Too Faced Lip of Luxury line of lipsticks. These lipsticks claim to be champagne-infused, creamy, shiny lipcolors that help smoothen the appearance of fine lines in the lips. This lipstick had me at hello the shiny diamond-like stone on the top of the lipstick cap: The shade I tri ... Read on »
How to Have a Happy Healthy Mouth by Cascia T. Posted Mon 29 Mar 2010 10:22am When it comes to our health we don't normally think about the large opening in between our chin and nose. We brush our teeth (hopefully twice a day, food and our favorite beverages enter it every day and we need it in order to communicate with others. Cold sores, canker sores and dry mouth are common problems that people suffer wit ... Read on »
Eczema Part 1: The Low-Down by Connie De Alwis Posted Tue 16 Dec 2008 12:00am 1 Comment Personally, I've lived with Eczema my entire life and it has been migrating to various parts of my body. I've wanted, for a very long time, to do a post regarding Eczema but I couldn't quite find simple-to-understand information about it until now. Courtesy of Buds for Baby, I've plucked out some vital information from their Eczema Care handbook ... Read on »