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Susie Red and green peppers is often Diablo 3 Gold a Mongolic kid by songrunescape Posted Wed 09 Jan 2013 6:27am     Susie Red and green peppers is often Diablo 3 Gold a Mongolic kid. The girl had been 19 several weeks previous, your physician told her parents, have other children with Susie, can alter the state of the girl. After Diablo 3 PowerLevelingthat, Susie includes a sis Zhu Disi. Zhu Disi Being unfaithful several weeks start off going for walks, F ... Read on »
Of Mongols and Spots by Dr. Zagreus Ammon Medical Doctor Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 4:08pm 1 Comment A mom with a newborn recently showed up in clinic with a copy of the newborn's hospital examination, as is customary for our locality. I noticed, buried in the usual neonatologist scrawl a note that read "melanocytic patches on sacrum, AKA Mongolian spots." These dark patches on the proverbial baby's butt are more common in peop ... Read on »
Live and Learn.... by Tara M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:18pm That is what I believe to be the greatest gift of life,,,,to 'Live and Learn' each day. To explore who we are, what our beliefs are and how we grow, change and evolve, but most importantly to learn from those around us and acknowledge when we are wrong. The post below was writen in response to a comment that someone posted on a Listserv I be ... Read on »
The Down syndrome Glossary by Stephanie B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 6:30pm px;border:none;"> Acute: Of abrupt onset, in reference to a disease. Acute often also connotes an illness that is of short duration, rapidly progressive, and in need of urgent care. Alzheimer's disease: See: Alzheimer disease. Analysis: A psychology term for processes used to gain understanding of complex emotional or behav ... Read on »
Autism, Genetics, and Evolution by Ian P. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:00pm This is a post that I was hoping someone else would write. I'm not an expert in any of the three subjects, but believe that there may be some interesting links between them. If anyone knows more, feel free to comment and/or rebut. This is a learning exercise and I will appreciate any feedback. Most people, including me, believe that autism has a ... Read on »
A Wonderful Article in a British Newspaper by Stephanie B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 6:28pm How Doctors Betrayed My Downs syndrome Brother, By Heidi Thomas Last updated at 1:02 AM on 01st June 2008 In a heartbreaking account, Heidi Thomas, the screenwriter behind BBC drama Cranford, tells, for the first time, the shattering story of her beloved brother David, a Down’s syndrome boy who was repeatedly failed by the medical es ... Read on »
Did Genghis Khan Read Weston Price? by Seth Roberts .. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Tue 04 Aug 2009 5:30pm In Genghis Khan and the Making of the Modern World (2004) by Jack Weatherford, I read this (p. 87): Compared to the Jurched [Chinese] soldiers, the Mongols were much healthier and stronger. The Mongols consumed a steady diet of meat, milk, yogurt, and other dairy products, and they fought men who lived on gruel made from various grains.  The ... Read on »
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThis is thelatest accepted revision,acceptedon23 April 2013. by bridal1220 Posted Sat 27 Apr 2013 2:46am Burma From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaThis is thelatest accepted revision,acceptedon23 April 2013.Please helpimprove itor discuss these issues on thetalk page.Pleaseimprove itbyverifyingthe claims made and addinginline citations.Statements consisting only of original research may be removed.Please do not remove this message until thedispute i ... Read on »
Machiniacs Drive Can-Do Kangaroo to Mongolia for ME/CFS by Erica Verrillo Posted Mon 12 Aug 2013 7:22am Only the Aussies! Fearless Trio Wearing Beard Beanies Tackles Mongol Rally for Charity Press Release: Los Angeles, CA, August 04, 2013 --( )-- Beard Head, Inc. is thrilled to announce that it is sponsoring the Machiniacs team at this year’s 2013 Mongol Rally, a pan-continental 10,000 mile roadtrip for charity. The team will we ... Read on »
Some Thoughts on Advocacy and Being Politically Correct by Stephanie B. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 6:28pm 1 Comment You may have noticed on the bottom of this page that I am a member of Raising Children with Down syndrome on CafeMom. There was a post earlier this week that has brought to the light how hurtful words can be. The post mentions a picture of a tiger who appears to have Down syndrome. The picture appeared on the Internet last year. Sci ... Read on »

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