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Stuck Myself With Dogs Used Insulin Needle


Problem with testing- can't poke myself! help!!! - insulin


It's really not that bad - i've stuck myself much worse with a needle while sewing on a button! if you can inject yourself, just grin and bear it.[...]


Insulin - wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


Insulin is a peptide hormone produced by beta cells in the pancreas. it regulates the metabolism of carbohydrates and fats by promoting the absorption of glucose from[...]


Dr. bate neuroliminal training | neurofeedback alternative


Welcome to dr. bate's neuroliminal training neuroliminal training (nt) is an affordable alternative to neurofeedback (nfb). nfb has solved virtually every mental[...]


Make myself at home | cook, craft, & create memories with


Cook, craft, & create memories with your family friday night has become pancake night at our house. the girls love their pancakes, & it makes my meal planning[...]


Epi with diabetes - - epi4dogs.com


June 2014. hi jennifer i have an epi dog who was diagnosed with diabetes and low thyroid last feb. omg managing the diabetes has ben hell![...]


Vitiligo: Beware of white patches on your skin

Vitiligo (often called as leucoderma) is a disorder where the skin loses its color in patches of irregular shapes and sizes. This is a pigmentation disorder which means that melanocytes (the pigment-producing cells) in the skin get destroyed. This results in the development of white patches on the skin. The hairs which are growing in [...]



Peritoneal Mesothelioma and Malignant Mesotheliomas

Peritoneal mesothelioma is less common than pleural mesothelioma, but both of these typically malignant mesotheliomas can be just as tragic. Peritoneal mesothelioma begins in the abdominal cavity, as opposed to the lungs and pleural areas of pleural mesothelioma. “Peritoneal” means it has to do with the peritoneum, which is a membrane that surrounds the abdominal [...]



How to relieve eczema, itchy skin using all natural remedies

Also called dermatitis, eczema is a noncontagious skin inflammation that produces itchy skin, red, rashlike areas. These occur on the face, scalp, wrists, and hands, as well as at the crease of the elbows, in back of the knees and sometimes elsewhere on the body. Eczema can spread or worsen if you scratch the affected [...]




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