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What NOT to say to someone facing mastectomy "You're small. It could have been worse."
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I don't "fit in." and love it:)
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Afib affects the upper chambers of the heart... Check out this infographic from +Healthline 
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New +Healthline Infographic: There is no national or global registry for new MS cases, but it is estimated that approximately 2.5 million people around the world are living with multiple sclerosis (MS).
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The default.The fallback.The second-nature thing to say, because everyone else says it.“I’ve been SO busy.”And you have to put the emphasis on the word “so” busy.It’s the worst excuse for anything
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“At least it’s not an arm or a leg or something you really have to use.”
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The Worst Excuse: "I've Been SO Busy"
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The default.The fallback.The second-nature thing to say, because everyone else says it.“I’ve been SO busy.”And you have to put the emphasis

Catch That Look | Ann Pietrangelo | Official Book Site
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An insightful memoir that follows the author through the emotional and physical turmoil of surviving triple-negative breast cancer.

Catch That Look: Living, Laughing and Loving Despite Triple-Negative Bre...
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This is a memoir written by my Triple Negative Breast Cancer (TNBC) friend whom I met online and had the honor of having my story featured i

This 15 Year Old Absolutely Nails What "Patient Centered" Is - And Isn't
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Practical Nutrition: Examine food choices before turning to fad diets
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Feast Your Eyes: Heartsnare's Cover Revealed!
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I've been teasing this for a long time but I'm finally in place to move forward on my novel. It's been a busy few years, but this novel has

Catch That Look: Ann Pietrangelo: 9781494849375:
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Available in: NOOK Book (eBook). Sometimes, when that “other shoe” finally drops, it drops hard. Ann couldn’t believe her luck. After years

Genzyme Multiple Sclerosis Drug Not OK'd for US
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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has notified drug maker Genzyme that its treatment for multiple sclerosis is not ready for approval fo

Flash Fiction: The Eye of the Flower
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Amid the rare and terrible fear he felt, there was something almost gorgeous: his time was passing, falling, fading, but now he knew his sma

Secrets of the successful, introverted blogger
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Maybe you are a shy person and are not sure if blogging is for you. Or, perhaps you just feel insecure in your blogging. In either case, thi

Today's Flash Fiction: The Funeral Invite
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Today's flash fiction is entitled "The Funeral Invite": She pondered: What paper was appropriate for a funeral invitation? Bank statement wh

Medicate Me Weekly - Steve Is Writing
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OHSU researching new breast cancer drug
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Women with the most aggressive form of breast cancer are getting some new hope from research done right here in Portland.

Oakland County cancer doctor accused of unnecessary treatments, defraudi...
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An Oakland Township doctor has been charged with Medicare fraud over allegations he billed millions of dollars of medically unnecessary chem

More Compounding Pharmacy Products Recalled | TIME.com
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Injections made by a Texas compounding pharmacy may be responsible for bloodstream infections, says the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Acetaminophen Linked to Fatal Skin Reactions | TIME.com
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Acetaminophen is one of the most widely used medicines for fever and pain, commonly found in drugs like in Tylenol. On Thursday, the Food an

The Cuckoo's Calling: publishers' embarrassment at turning down JK Rowli...
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Publishers have been left red-faced after discovering that they rejected the latest novel by JK Rowling, one of the world’s best-selling wri

Quickening
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I've decided on a little experiment so as to jolt the creative secretions into more of a steady flow: every day I will write a fragment of a