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Not out of the woods: A silent epidemic persistsAs many of you know, I have struggled with lyme disease for a long time, having been in remission from chronic late stage Lyme and recently relapsing. I have decided at long last to make a concerted effort to spread the word about the disease in the best way I know how: bitching online!Not out of the woods: A silent epidemic persists by opioid
I'm going to give you the skinny on this nasty bug, as well as point you in the direction of more thorough, official information on the topic should you wish to learn more.
Lyme was only discovered in 1975 and was named for Lyme, Connecticut where a cluster outbreak was found and the disease is said to have "been discovered." The truth of the matter is that it's likely some form of Lyme disease (or Borreliosis as it is scientifically known) has existed for some time. It is in the same family of bacteria as syphilis, known as spirochetes and identifiable by their corkscrew shape. This cute little slinky of a microbe can be deadly, in part due to its screw-like form which renders it skilled at tunneling i
Writing a better news article, part 1.One of the great benefits to opening an account here is the ability to write and publish news articles. In earlier versions of the site, anyone could submit news articles, but not all were published. When one was submitted, it went into a news queue and was reviewed by the staff and admins for its merits. If they thought it wasn't worthwhile, it never saw the light of day. It was very one dimensional, everyone could write them but few could publish them. Now the news system is extremely user friendly and open for all types of articles to be published.Writing a better news article, part 1. by Aeires
I wrote my first news article here just over two years ago. It was a great moment of excitement and joy seeing something I put together get published and read by the community. Two years later I still enjoy using the news system and encourage others to do the same.
There is a wide variety of article types that can be submitted, from interviews, to announcing cont
Amazing MindBlowing Talents : Part 2ok, continuing with the series. presenting the amazing mindblowing artist series 2Amazing MindBlowing Talents : Part 2 by archanN
1) saltyshadow :iconsaltyshadow:
hey versatile illustrations, just done speak stories but add life to whatever she created. stunning use of colours, and high amount of detailing, are sure to let you in wow.
2) nFeel :iconnFeel:
his brilliant conceptualisation, creativity, dark surreal themes, high level of skill and quality amazes me all the time.
3) JaxeNL :iconjaxeNL:
His unique style of illustrations and manipulations are really stunning. very creative ,
Spider's webI am pretty much aware that many people do not like spider webs, but I consider it a kind of nature jewellery. So I found many interesting photos of spider's web worth viewing. Most pictures posted here have a small number of views. Since I like the motif very much, I hope you enjoy it, too!Spider's web by rafinerija
Orbs in a Web by creeps2002 Golden Web of Tears by CarelessDreamer
dawn web by mahomo the web by William-Cordero
Spider's Web by O-range wet wet web by heartyfisher Web of Pearls by ForbiddenSorrow
WeB by Kyactus Spider Web 3 by Paigesmum
web in black and white by Achello frozen Web by 19Patrick89 web by inknart
WeB-Boulder by lostknightkg Spiders Web by 2B2H
Caught on the Web by PeggyArmstrong Web by CyborgSuzy
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