I just confirmed my appointment for some dental work on Monday.Â Â I ran across this story, so I thought I would share. I'll have to ask Dr. Nussbaum if he would do this?Â A dentist in Alaska gave a ,7 foot, 300lb , Bengal TigerÂ a root canal on a tooth that was at least 3 inches tall. Here's the Story!
Giuliana Ranci, EÂ News host, Â found out she has breast cancer whileÂ tryingÂ for a 3rd round of IVF Â to have a baby.Â It was caught at the very early stages, so after surgery and 6 weeks of radiation, beating it looks good.Â Â It's important to getÂ a mammogram, early detectionÂ isÂ ALWAYS better.Â IfÂ you feel like there is something wrong, butÂ don't go inÂ cause you can't afford it, there are many options to get help. I listed just a few below.Â Â
I got an email from Bridget sending me a heads up about a great way to get exerciseÂ and help at the same time. Check it out...
When Dan Ouletteâs wife lost her mother Paula to lung cancer in 2008, only three months after being diagnosed, it was devastating to their family. To honor his mother-in-lawâs memory he organized for three consecutive years a Free to BreatheÂ® event in Providence, R.I., where he lived at the time, to raise funds to support the National Lung Cancer Partnershipâs vital research, education and awareness programs.
At the end of 2010 Dan and his family packed their bags and moved to Austin, Texas and he has vowed to continue his mission by organizing the inaugural Free to BreatheÂ® Austin 5K Fun Run/Walk, 1 Mile Walk and Kidsâ Dash on Saturday, November 5. He hopes to rally the community together to bring support to others and awareness to a disease that takes more lives than breast, colon and prostate cancer combined.
Austin Residents Come Together to Defeat Lung Cancer
Inaugural Free to BreatheÂ® 5K Fun Run/Walk, 1 Mile Walk and Kidsâ Dash November 5
WHAT: Register today for the Free to BreatheÂ®Austin 5K Fun Run/Walk, 1 Mile Walk and Kidsâ Dash, a fun event for the entire family that
brings the community together to inspire hope and create change for everyone impacted by lung cancer. Together we can fuel the movement to defeat this disease, and help those diagnosed live longer, better lives.
All proceeds help support the National Lung Cancer Partnershipâs vital research, education and awareness programs.
Listeria outbreak with cantaloupes is theÂ deadliest (23 deaths so far) in 25 years!Not very Happy news, but something to know a bit about. Here's the 411 from the CDC
It can take up to 2 months, after getting it in your system,Â for some people to show signs of it.
Symptoms include fever and muscle aches, often with other gastrointestinal symptoms.
The CDC has reported illnesses in Alabama, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maryland, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Texas, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming.
Colorado has the most illnesses with 34, while Texas has reported 17, New Mexico 13 and Oklahoma 11.
Big You Rocks to Susan, MichaelÂ ,Â DJ & the crew at Opal Divine's, Kathleen from BCRC and Tim w/ Personique! Hope your B-Day ROCKED too Tim!!
BTW: Kathleen from BCRC told me that 'Scare for a Cure' haunted houseÂ is just about ready for the scares and $ goes to local charities that helpÂ fight cancer.Â Click here for a Huge Scare. She said you can even make it 'Extra Bloody'. You will have to go to find out what that is. I don't want to ruin the SCARE for you!
A Bangkok beautician is experienced in the art of 'Slapping'. She says a woman can get bigger breasta by her slapping technique. There is no need for surgery, when she could slap them bigger. She is also teaching her technique but to a select few.Â I think I'll pass.Â How about you?
I wanted to pass this email to you. Keep it going to get the word out.
Â Kidney Contenders is hosting an event Â on Sunday, September 25th.Â Our goal is to build public
awareness of the causes, prevention, and treatment of kidney disease and the need for organ donors.Â I am a dialysis patient and would like to help others avoid getting to the point of needing email@example.com
Susie Reat & Jenn Smith
FREE KIDNEY EDUCATION EVENT:
Do you know the signs of kidney disease?Â The causes?Â For answers to these questions and more, join us for the Kidney Education Event on Sunday, September 25 from 10:30am â 4:30pm at St. Davidâs North Austin Medical Center, 2ndÂ Floor, Classrooms 1A, 2A, and 3A.Â Admission is FREE and everyone is invited to attend.Â The event will feature speakers, health and fitness information, activities for the kids, door prizes, and more. Come join the fun and learn to love your kidneys.
Crocs are getting banned all over at hospitals because they are unsafe.Â Higher ups are afraid the syringes and other sharp hospital items if dropped on someone's foot in crocs could pierce them, because of the croc holes. Many hospital workers are upset over a ban on crocs, since they are comfortable and easy to clean. Are you part of the FacebookÂ hater campaign of Crocs?Â Â Or do you thinkÂ CrocsÂ ROCK!!
Maybe the hospitals can make a compromise. Employees sign a waiver if they want to wear Crocs at their on risk.Â It could go right up there with Sky Diving!