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Not By The Hair Of My Chinny Chin Chin by Denise B. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:35pm I got to instant message with my baby sister Diane this evening. She just turned 45 this summer and she's been experiencing perimenopausal symptoms. She's also been having cycle problems for several years now. I asked her if she had a chance to read this blog yet and she said yes and got a kick out of what my little grandaughter had to say about ... Read on »
Dog skin disease on his chin ? Help please by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Wed 31 Dec 1969 11:00am Hello I´ve been looking for a website to post this question for a while now.. So now that i think i´ve found one, I would like to see if there is anybody out there who could help me. Today I noticed something on my dog´s chin, so I had to take a look. I´ve never seen anything similar before, so Im kind of freaked o ... Read on »
Emergency chin by Stuart G. Patient Expert Posted Thu 14 Jan 2010 10:22am Icebergs in the water on Trafalgar Square. Day shift: Three calls: Two by car and one by ambulance. Stats: 1 ?TIA; 1 Deep cut; 1 Assault. Back on the car to watch the rain melt any remaining snow as the weather became a little less cold, giving us a respite from the fall-fracture and associated calls that have plagued the service ov ... Read on »
Saving Shoulders, Throwing Gas, Dropping Body Fat, and Crushing Chin-ups by Eric C. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 19 Nov 2010 6:03am This weekend is going to be one of very mixed emotions for our entire family, as we’ll lay my grandfather to rest Saturday morning; he passed last Thursday morning.  Gramp had been the center of our family for my entire life, and he was a huge part of making me the man that I am.  Were it not for Gramp, I never would have developed the passion ... Read on »
Bread, spinach and chin. by Clare Grant Posted Thu 20 Oct 2011 3:26pm 1. "A man asked me where I got my bread," says Nick proudly. It was just from the newsagents over the other side of the park. They do that soft white English bakery bread with a glossy sesame seed crust. I'm sure artisan bakers turn up their noses at it, but it is very delicious. 2. I love the way a pan full of spinach cooks down, until there' ... Read on »
Short Fiction Winners Revealed by Dr. Rob Dobrenski Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Dec 2011 2:53pm Thank you to everyone who participated in this year’s exercise and congratulations to the winner(s). You can read the stories by the selected winner, five runner-ups and ten honorable mentions below. Click here to listen to the podcast where we discuss and critique each piece but only after you’ve read all the stories, the show is full of spoil ... Read on »
Football League cheap jerseys from chin by yuzhu798 Posted Mon 10 Dec 2012 2:40am Packers inactives: CB Charles Woodson LB Terrell Manning, walking in for a score. The touchdown gave the Colts the lead 3-2 NFC South) on Sunday in Charlotte, let's let the defense try to pin them back.'"It's the second time this season such a decision has come back to haunt the Bills. In a 20-13 loss to the Indianapolis Colts in Week 12 wholes ... Read on »
Not by the Hair of My Chinny Chin Chin by Debby Patient Expert Posted Fri 11 Sep 2009 2:13pm If you are not in a woman over 40, do not read any further. Just turn the page. You won't get it. You'll find the whole thing strange and disgusting. You'll probably laugh yourself stupid over the absurdity of it all. The real danger here is that some woman 40 years or more will catch you slapping your knee and howling with laughter, and she ... Read on »
The Chin Tuck and Chin Nod Exercises by Mike Reinold Patient Expert Posted Mon 01 Oct 2012 6:00am Tweet Tweet Today’s post is a quick and dirty video technique post on the chin tuck exercise technique.  The chin tuck is a pretty common exercises used for neck pain and postural adaptations.  The chin tuck exercise essentially works on upper cervical extension and low ... Read on »
Chin chin by Funny Old Life Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 30 Oct 2008 3:31pm We went to the British Museum today to see The First Emperor exhibition. We had booked online about a month ago, and it wasn’t too crowded when we arrived - only 500 tickets are allocated for each day and they had been sold out hours earlier. I brought my Hearing Dog and not a single person stopped me and queried my dog, I was really real ... Read on »