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Alicia’s Story (Brain Tumor, Epilepsy)

In December 2002, I was diagnosis with Epilepsy. After doing an EEG, the epilepsy was determined as Begin Rolandic Epilepsy. My seizures were under control through medication and chiropractic treatments. After a change in Neurologist, another MRI was requested in February 2005. At this time, they found an abnormality (no size was defined), …

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Can Sitting Too Much Kill You?

Is Sitting Too Much Bad For You?

Does sitting too much increase the risk of dying prematurely? According to a new study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, time spent sitting is even more important in determining mortality rate than the amount of structured exercise a person gets. Time Spent Sitting and the Risk of Death …

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One Who Should Not…

A soft beanie slips over the small head of one who should not be hairless A needle plunges into the hip bone of one who should not know that kind of pain A single word scares one who should not yet know true fear Thoughts beyond this world float in …

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