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AnnNettie Paradise answered

I read that during sleep the brain stores memories. Our brain has an enormous capacity. Memory is not like a container that gradually fills up, it is more like a tree growing hooks onto which the memories are hung. Everything you remember is another set of hooks on which more new memories can be attached. … Read more

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AnnNettie Paradise answered Anonymous' question

If you have an eating disorder, you are to be commended for having passed the first step in admitting  to yourself that you have a problem. Next step is to talk to a parent or other adult who is in a position to help you. Caring adults will not shame you. Admittedly, the road to … Read more

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AnnNettie Paradise answered shreya sharma's question

I read that Vitamin D helps with the prevention of Osteoporosis. The foundation for preventing osteoporosis is laid in childhood and adolescence. That is when 90 percent of a person’s total bone mass is reached. Calcium, an essential nutrient for a strong skeletal structure, is stored primarily in the bones. Some of the principal sources … Read more

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AnnNettie Paradise thanked Yin and Yang's answer

Didge, from what my understanding is (and please forgive me if I am wrong but you are talking to Mrs. Paranoia aka "eats this medical stuff up" lol!) Anyways I understood that the HIV virus is not capable of being carried by insects. It has to be homosapien if I remember correctly.

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AnnNettie Paradise thanked Janis Haskell's answer

What a wonderful day!  Hugging is one of my favorite things in the world, and I adore the squirrel that hangs out on my back fence.  (The squirrel probably likes granola even more than I do.)