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One of my favorite Queen songs is Who Wants to Live Forever? I am not sure I do. So I know I won't live forever, anyway, but I see so many headlines these days about how to lengthen our lives, ...

KelleyRigali commented on Susan Cody's post Aging in America - Do you really want to live to be 150?

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Argh! I just had to let that out. My husband and I have been fighting...more like nit-picking and arguing...over everything. We are under a lot of stress (just moved cross-country), and it ...

KelleyRigali commented on Veronica's post Fair Fighting for Couples and How/Where to Learn?

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Hello everyone, Thank you once again for reading my blog. Your ongoing support has been dearly appreciated and I am honoured at the suggestion to start a diary of my treatment in order to ...

KelleyRigali commented on tovith's post Vicki Totsis: Chemo Diary

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In 1995 after over eight years of being on the San Francisco Medical Center Transplant waiting list, a call came in at 2 am and I was told to get down to San Francisco, they had a liver transplant ...

KelleyRigali commented on sweetsara's post A marriage that survived and are both living with transplants

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St. John’s Wort (or Hypericum perforatum to the botanists, herbalists, and Latin lovers out there) is an herb commonly used to combat depression or serve as a ‘mood booster’. However, the herb ...

KelleyRigali commented on Reese's post Caution for Women Using St. John’s Wort

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I'm in my 30s. It's too early for me to even think about this. Or is it? I'm wondering if anyone has thought about their care when they get too old or too infirm to care for themselves - or ...

KelleyRigali commented on GauguinFan's post Who will care for you when you get too old to care for yourself?

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Diabetes seems to interfere with many aspects of life such as eating, showering, relationships, driving… the list could go on and on. I have received many questions about how to handle diabetes ...

KelleyRigali commented on knzhunter's post Really Living with Type 1 Diabetes

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Cupping is an ancient technique that involves attaching jar on to the skin by way of a vacuum. The underlying tissue is raised, or sucked, partway into the cup. Its purpose is to restore ...

KelleyRigali commented on Jennifer D's post What Is Cupping? More Experiences With Chinese Medicine