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A reduction in day-2 CPET readings would indicate that the individual has an increased reliance on anaerobic #metabolism to support lower intensity work leading to premature fatigue and post-exertional malaise #PEM
yesterday
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Pink text: What happened? White text: I fell off my unicorn while juggling kumquats and discussing politics. below is an image of a unicorn smiling white text: (or... that's actually a really personal question)
clothingwishlist 
3 days ago
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NHS Consultant William (W.R.C.) Weir explains the science that shows how ME is "an entirely organic condition without any psychiatric dimension at all" #Hope4ME @hope4mefibroni
4 days ago
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For years, I wanted to make a show about how the very idea of nuclear war/Mutually Assured Destruction is closely associated with the errant thinking that comes with depression, and how macho posturing fuels both. I was astonished that it was a link that hand't been made before.
6 days ago
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~COVER REVEAL! ~ The Buried Moon is my next book with @KateForsyth and @Serenitypress (due early 2019) and it has a cover! Isn't it the most delightful thing you've ever seen?!
bookwishlist 
6 days ago
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“Whenever I feel like things get too overwhelming, and I need to force myself into the present, I think ‘just put one foot in front of the other‘”: https://buff.ly/2pgITwQ @AmandaCallin #anxiety #MS #chroniclife #mindfulness #spoonieproblems
6 days ago
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I'm going to say this slowly: Tourette's is not a swearing disease.
It's not your swearing joke. It's not an insult. It's my extremely debilitating neurological disorder and it's landed me in the ER multiple times; does that sound like a a funny swearing disease to you?
6 days ago
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I've had pretty severe insomnia for the last four years. I've tried medications, sleep restriction, intense exercise, meditation, and nothing has stopped the 2AM wake up. After I wake up, I generally can't fall back asleep.
7 days ago
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Be prepared to look at the world in a whole new way – through the eyes of a walrus-and ammonite-obsessed scientist and an artist with a fondness for cheeseburgers, ratfish and trilobites – in this exhibition on Alaska fossils.

Alaska artist Ray Troll and paleontologist Kirk Johnson, director of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, logged more than 10,000 miles and 250 days traveling the North American coast in search of fossils and the stories they tell. They visited museums, dove into research collections, hung out with fellow scientists and artists, and visited active dig sites via automobile, small airplane and boat.

This exhibition focuses on their Alaska fossil adventures and the remarkable stories that fossils reveal: the history of life on Earth punctuated by killer asteroids and mass extinctions; the ancient geology of prehistoric Alaska and its giant sea-going reptile, the ichthyosaur; the most beautiful of all fossils named after an Egyptian god (ammonites); the long-vanished polar desert landscape of Alaska’s Mammoth Steppe; the 13-feet-tall Mega Bear of the Pleistocene; the 50 million-year-old “walking whale,” a limbed ancestor to the finned species we know today; and the mystery surrounding the Lipscomb Bone Bed, a mass “grave” of hundreds of duckbill dinosaur bones.

Included in this hands-on, all-ages exhibition are life-size sculptures and models, images of prehistoric creatures and real fossils along with paintings, hand-drawn maps, and light and audio installations by Troll.
7 days ago
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Bacteria in a Dinosaur Bone Reignite a Heated Debate

The discovery of modern microbes in a deeply buried fossil has complicated an already tangled dispute in paleontology.
10 days ago
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OH, something interesting did come of my neuro appt. today, in that I finally got the write-up of the results of my vestibular test 2 years ago (giant lol)

HUGELY asymmetrical response during caloric test, with abnormal hyper-reaction of the left ear when exposed to hot & cold,+
12 days ago
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This covers 1)what boundaries are, 2)what they do, & 3)how to go about setting/maintaining clear, strong 1s

Personal happiness starts w/ boundaries. Community building/solidarity also starts w/ strong personal boundaries & respect for others’ boundaries
12 days ago
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