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Do you:
1) Keep the bird and squirrel feeders full in the Winter
2) Like to watch them, but don't bother feeding
3" Throw rocks at them to keep them out of your yard

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After a weeks worth of treatments do you try to sleep in on Saturdays, or are you in the stage that you can't sleep anyway no matter what day it is?

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Fear not! Snoopy has our back!

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Neoantigen vaccines are being touted by some as the next big cancer treatment breakthrough. Here, we explore how these vaccines work and the companies looking to bring them to market. Immunotherapy has taken center stage in the fight against cancer. Broadly, this type of treatment directs a patient’s immune system to attack cancer cells. Take a look at this article with details.

https://www.whatnext.com/blog/posts/the-new-personal-cancer-treatment

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Do people that come up to you and offer these off the wall ideas for cancer treatment think that we are going to just say, "oh, yeah that sounds like a great idea, I'll tell my doctor I'm going to do seaweed baths instead." ?

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We need MORE of this these days!

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Does anyone else have this conversation with their body?

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Lucky Owner Gets Her 350,000-Mile Beetle Restored by VW for Free
After 51 years of ownership, Kathleen Brooks got a special surprise from VW USA: A full restoration on her 1967 Beetle.

Kathleen Brooks, owner of this red Beetle (nicknamed "Annie"), purchased the car new in December of 1966, and has used it to commute to work for the past 51 years. Brooks works with breast cancer patients and survivors to provide comfort and cosmetic care during treatment and recovery. She's also a three-time breast cancer survivor herself. If anyone deserves a free factory restoration for their car, it's her.

Volkswagen took 11 months at the company's Mexico factory to fully restore Brooks' Beetle, replacing 40 percent of its parts, and saving 357 individual pieces. The restoration team even went as far as to recreate all of the original stickers Brooks put on the car over her years of ownership. In order to restore the paint to its original condition, the team took the color from inside the glove box and matched it to the sandblasted, restored chassis.

Project manager and mechatronics engineer Augusto Zamudio said the goal wasn't to create a museum quality Beetle, but to bring the car back to a state where Brooks could drive and enjoy it for many more years to come. As a result, the car got new, upgraded disc brakes, a modern vintage-look radio, a new wiring harness, a refreshed suspension, and a rebuilt engine and transmission. As you can see in the picture above, the end result is a stunning piece of machinery.

We hope Brooks and her car will enjoy many more miles of reliable fun together. Judging by the fantastic factory restoration job, we're confident that's exactly what'll happen.

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Wishing you all a good attitude and a good day to go with it today!

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I think this is true, I tell Donna that her Bella sitting beside me on the couch and letting me rub her is like a stress ball. It relaxes me. How about you? Do you find them therapeutic?

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Our blog post today is about adding life to your years after your doctors have added years to your life. Take a look here http://bit.ly/2Pu1UGQ or just click on the Blog link at the top of any page.

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My Santa's workshop is in production. This is a "noodle board" to put over the range. This is one of a couple things I'm making for Donna's favorite Aunt.

Have you ever heard of these? I hadn't. Apparently, They are a thing.

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