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Millet Sweet Corn Fritters

While few and far between, I occasionally have happy accidents in the kitchen. Recently, I was cooking a big batch of millet. After the usual amount of cooking time, I tasted the cooked millet only to find it was still on the crunchy side. I added more water and continued cooking. It turned out, the [...]

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Respiratory Airborne, Viral Diseases in the Philippines

  From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Façade of the Bonifacio Global City branch of St. Luke’s Medical Center. Life in the Philippines Culture Cuisine Dance Demographics Economy Education Higher education Health Film Holidays Kinship Languages Literature Martial arts Music Politics Religion Sports Tourism Transport v t e Healthcare in the …

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with bronchiolitis. Bronchitis Figure A shows the location of the lungs and bronchial tubes. Figure B is an enlarged view of a normal bronchial tube. Figure C is an enlarged view of a bronchial tube with bronchitis. Classification and external resources …

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A Warning For People Suffering From Kidney Disease

    A few minutes ago, I posted a Wiki article about Creatinine. GFR blood tests are the standard in determining lower kidney function in most developed countries. A higher creatinine, or waste in the blood, will usually indicate a decreased kidney function. Put simply, the liver, the kidneys and …

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  Creatinine From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Not to be confused with creatine. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (March 2007) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) Creatinine …

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Cucumber Peanut Salad

As of late, it feels like our evenings only start after the baby finally goes to bed. It’s the time when I pour myself a glass of wine and more frequently, start to think about dinner. Some nights I’ve thought ahead while other nights are a ‘throw something together at 9pm’ kind of night. This [...]

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Transactional Analysis Simplified, For Everyone

Emotions can be your enemy, or they can be your friend. Hidden, behind all of our behaviors, are positive emotions and negative ones. When negative emotions dominate us, we have negative thoughts, resulting in negative expressions, or behaviors. There is a balance to be achieved, in weighing the difference between …

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Green Bean Stir-Fry

I’m always a fan of a good noodle bowl with spicy vegetables but during the summer months, I get a real treat: fresh green beans. Green beans are one of my favorite stir-fry vegetable because they hold a bit of their crispness even when cooked but still absorb and work well with a variety of [...]

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Chorizo-Spiced Vegetarian Nachos

This is one of those recipes that after I take one bite, I know it’s a must-share. Yes, it’s kind of involved but I think it’s completely worth it. A good chunk of the ingredient list is spices and once you make the crumble, I hope you fall in love with it as much as [...]

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Solutions For Kidney Disease

Get Help For Kidney Disease: Learn What You Need to Know Now Finding help for kidney disease starts with working with your doctor to understand the underlying cause of your condition. This type of illness comes with a lot of things to learn, including what causes it, what types of …

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