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I will be canceling Netflix soon... I don't care about the movies, but I do like the tv shows. And this month, all of the Nickelodeon shows will disappear, so there's no point to us keeping Netflix if my daughter's favorite shows are going away. Bye bye Dora, Spongebob, Wonder Pets, Backyardigans, etc., bye bye my su...more
My grandmother is 98, has dementia, and is living with my mom a few miles away from one of my aunts. My mom is 65 and my aunt is 71. My other aunt lives further away, is 76 and just got over chemo for 2 types of cancer. My mom and aunt have put off putting grandma in a home until they absolutely have to but they wil...more
I live in Athens, GA where this happened and I'm a scientist at the University of Georgia. I think this is hilarious and it was started by a professor on campus. It's not a waste of a vote because Paul Broun was an incumbent and was running unopposed. So it was either vote for him, don't vote for anybody, or write i...more
Because not only do I have the right to vote, but a duty. Cliche as it is, my vote matters and I want the right candidate in. Frankly, I figure if you don't vote, then you really shouldn't have the right to complain about how things go.
This is according to the CDC's website, so please stop spreading wrong facts about getting GBS since the vast majority of us won't get it from the flu shot.
How common is GBS, and how common is it among people who have been vaccinated against seasonal influenza?
GBS is rare. Medical events occur regardless of...more
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