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To: Yorikke who wrote (15638)11/30/2021 3:22:36 AM
From: Yorikke
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Reservoirs of disease exist in animal populations. Deer, and other wild herding animals now carry covid. They also carry the vector that spreads Lyme. When that situation occurs (multiple reservoirs of infection across many species, we are not going to defeat the disease. At the same time it is the disease's natural tendency to become less lethal and more contagious. Ultimately most diseases will come into equilibrium with the infected host and simply use it as a transmission point with no great disruption to the host.

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To: Yorikke who wrote (15695)11/30/2021 2:04:13 PM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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D3 kicks ass

Message 33597149

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To: Ken Adams who wrote (15668)11/30/2021 2:26:15 PM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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About 18 months ago I had some neck problems

Have you had your doctor order physical therapy?

Stretching exercises are crucial however you need a professional to tell you the good from the bad.

When you get there ask your PT for their recommendation of a therapeutic neck pillow. good luck

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To: Pogeu Mahone who wrote (15703)11/30/2021 3:51:17 PM
From: Ken Adams
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I have an appointment with the Pain Clinic in about a month. This is the same clinic that did the ablations about 15 months ago. Is it likely they will refer me to a therapist? I'm doing some daily stretching and balance exercises now. They involve a couple designed for the neck, and were shown to me by a nurse at the pain clinic after I had the ablations. I've never had much success with physical therapy, but my experience is also very limited in that area.

BTW, hello again!

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To: Ken Adams who wrote (15704)11/30/2021 10:10:44 PM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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Ken

Good to hear from you.

Call up your PCP and ask for a PT prescription tomorrow, why wait ?

It may take a while to get a PT appointment. Ask for a PT spine specialist.


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To: Ken Adams who wrote (15704)11/30/2021 10:14:15 PM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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Ken

Good to hear from you.

Call up your PCP and ask for a PT prescription tomorrow, why wait ?

It may take a while to get a PT appointment. Ask for a PT spine specialist.

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To: John Vosilla who wrote (15684)12/1/2021 10:12:27 AM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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Crack makes you feel good.

Sugar makes you hate yourself.

Flabby world.

Try PT for your ankle.

My wife with a pinched nerve in her right buttocks

With sciatica on her left side.. just went to a spine specialist PT

and in one month is pain free although she has an hour of stretches and exercises

to do daily. Well worth it as she is still medication free.

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To: Yorikke who wrote (15697)12/1/2021 10:25:41 AM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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25 years ago I was living on Advil until it started to wake me up at 3 AM with severe stomach pain.

Running , racketball, biking, hiking , doctors telling me I needed a double knee replacement.

D3 entered my life Eliminating my pain. I ran for another 8 years and then quit running, racketball and biking.

I still hike once a week and walk a couple of miles daily.

No knee pain.

No covid.

Thank you Mike Holick.

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To: Ken Adams who wrote (15700)12/1/2021 11:48:51 AM
From: Pogeu Mahone
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#1 drink more water...

duh

getting up to get a glass now,

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To: Pogeu Mahone who wrote (15709)12/1/2021 12:07:05 PM
From: Ken Adams
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I'm doing all the obvious things to get rid of the problem. I drink well over 1/2 gallon of fluids daily. Oatmeal for breakfast, a dozen stewed prunes, I even sprinkle wheat bran into most dishes. I eat apples, grapefruit and broccoli snacks trough each day. If it's been recommended, I try it. So far, I'm not impressed with results.

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