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Elizabeth Munroz
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Is standard medical care for cancer good enough?

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Apricot Pit Cure for Cancer - Not
Herbs Cost Money Over the years I attempted to modify my nutrition in whatever was the most popular fashion at the time. (and if you read the latest, you must realize it changes frequently). Still, I do continue to take vitamins and use various herbal prepa...

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A few personal thoughts on what brings joy into life.

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On Happiness
Whatever happened to happily ever after? That was all hype, like Santa Claus, Leprechauns, Fairies, Jesus and all that other bunch of lies that were perpetrated upon us as kids. There ought to be a Law!!! Really... I think happiness is what we make it. As t...

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When Water Was at a Premium
I remember two times as a child when water was at a premium, not in financial cost, but by a lack of water availability. The first place was when we lived in a summer cabin. There were six of us. Mom, Dad, my three siblings and I. If it didn't feel too cree...

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What to Expect from an MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaginging)
If you have ever had an x-ray where they have you lie down on a table. having an MRI is a little bit like that except the "table" is narrower. However, you will be snug as a bug in a rug once inside the tube, as your body will be comfortable embraced and su...

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Vera sat in the car staring out over the cliff, seagulls dipping back and forth on the breeze. She took the rest of her sandwich, broke it into pieces, and began throwing them out the window one piece at a time. Soon gulls squawked and dive bombed her car. ...

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Rain, Rain, Go Away. Come again another day. Bring the rainbow's leprechauns, and pot of gold if you may.

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A Little Rain Must Fall
I was living in Indiana from '85 to '95. During that time period, California was experiencing drought where my daughter lived. My grandson came to visit me when he was eleven and wandered around, wide-eyed, at all the green grass and trees. Half his life he...

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Eye Candy Flower
Around here it's called a Poor Man's Orchid. I've seen it also been referred to as Australian Fairy Iris. I like that! More commonly, African Iris, (Moraea grandiflora). It's a common "filler" plant. People plant them just to fill space in their gardens. Bu...
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