anonymous asked:

Can I get your thoughts on Leo sun/Cancer moon/Libra rising?

nice placements! diplomatic, confident, emotional.

anonymous asked:

What's your opinion on a guy with a Leo sun and Capricorn moon?

I know someone with this placement and he was a fucking asshole lol BUT I’m not saying you’re an asshole. I didn’t get along with Capricorn moons because my moon is completely opposite (Cancer). I know cappy moons are actually very sweet l, sentimental people. but since they’re defensive, they put a protective wall around them and she others out. Leo with Capricorn moon Feels like they always need to succeed and hate people who clown around too much. Plus your sun and moon are squared so you may have conflicting emotions a lot of the times. Do I want to be sweet or be a tyrant? Do I want to be chill or a workaholic? I’d imagine it’s something like that

« La plus grande menace qui pèse sur la santé aujourd'hui n'est ni le cancer ni le sida...»

« La plus grande menace qui pèse sur la santé aujourd’hui n’est ni le cancer ni le sida…»

« La plus grande menace qui pèse sur la santé aujourd’hui n’est ni le cancer ni le sida…, mais le stress !»

(Institut américain du stress)

Le stress !

On estime que 75 à 90 % des consultations auprès des médecins généralistes portent sur des problèmes liés au stress.

Pensez-vous que ces affirmations et chiffres soient exagérés ?

Qu’ils sont trop… stressants ?

Ou bien faites-vous partie de cette…

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Lets get this out of my head so I can start study ugh

K all day I had been haunted by 2 things, it distract me so bad that I really need to get it out of my head.

Disebabkan aku detect seketul daging asing di bahagian kiri mmhmm mmhmm aku, aku dah pucat, cuak, fikir mati. Biasa la kan, cancer is a serial killer. The pain is actually so real sampai I cant do things right. SO I decided to go to the clinic, tomorrow. Millions of ‘what ifs’ here dalam kepala otak. Mana la tau malignant tumour dah merebak ketempat lain, tak ke sedih tu, takdapat nak jadi medical lab technologist, nak beli rumah besar besar untuk mak ayah, nak graduate, nak dapat sijil kahwin, sijil beranak anak, sijil kahwin becaue I’d spend my entire life in the hospital. Or, my life is getting shorter. I wouldnt know about it sampai la pergi check up dulu, and sampai kesudah, I dont get to study, peacefully. Aku terfikir, kalau betul aku ada penyakit membunuh tu, macam mana? Macam mana aku nak bagitahu mak aku, macam mana aku nak kena duduk hospital yang berhantu, macam mana aku nak hadap benda benda ni weh, like, iman aku bukan solid lagi nak redha. Do I need to shave my head? Seriously? NO

kedua, dia. Dia yang aku sangka aku dah boleh nak lupakan tp sebenarnya setiap saat aku tunggu. I am the bad guy. I admit that, and even so kalau dia come back pun, i dont think things would be the same tho. Its just, sad. Hopeless. Wasting time. but hes worth it. 

Oncology nurse quits after discovering that nutrition cures cancer

Another inspiring story from a medical insider on how nutrition cures cancer.
After 17 years, Valerie Warwick an oncology nurse quiet her job after she discovered the truth about cancer treatments and decided not be a part of the conventional medical industry anymore.
Today she is an advocate

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Name: Brooke
Nickname: I don’t really have any :/
Birthday: July 1st 
Starsign: Cancer 
Gender: Female
Height: 5`7
Sexual orientation: hetero and stuff
Favourite colour: green 
Average hours of sleep: 6-7ish…. trying to bump that up by i’m a night owl at heart so it’s hard :(
Lucky number: uhhhhh…. none?
Last thing I googled: i was at work… and i was making a powerpoint about spaghetti… so i was googling pictures of spaghetti… my job is weird sometimes
Happy place: my bed
Number of blankets I sleep under: usually 1
Favourite fictional character: oh…. ummmm…. i’m supposed to pick just one?!?!?!?
Fave famous person: jinki obviously
Last movie I saw: ummmm princess diaries?  dont judge me
Dream Trip: fiji.  take me to fiji and i’ll be yours forever… 
Dream Job: i have no idea :/ 
What I am wearing right now: tee shirt and undies.  it’s hot as balls outside today.

Loxo Oncology to Conduct Conference Call and Webcast of Second Quarter Financial Results

STAMFORD, Conn., July 29, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Loxo Oncology, Inc. (LOXO), a biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery, development, and commercialization of targeted cancer therapies, will announce financial results for the quarter ended June 30, 2015 on August 5, 2015 before the NASDAQ market open. In addition, Loxo will provide updates on select pipeline programs.

The Company will be conducting a conference call and live webcast with slides in conjunction with this earnings release. The call will be held on Wednesday, August 5, 2015 at 8:00 a.m. ET. To participate in the conference call, please dial (877) 930-8065 (domestic) or (253) 336-8041 (international) and refer to conference ID 89982101.

A live webcast of the presentation will be available at A replay of the webcast will be available shortly after the conclusion of the call and archived on the Company’s website for 30 days following the call.

About Loxo Oncology

Loxo Oncology is committed to the discovery, development, and commercialization of targeted cancer therapies with best-in-class potential. Our diverse pipeline reflects the convergence of proven therapeutic technologies with emerging insights into the underlying susceptibilities of cancer and drug resistance. We leverage the expertise of our partners in academia and industry and our management team’s deep clinical-regulatory experience to deploy focused clinical development strategies in well-defined patient populations. Our goal is to create important new cancer therapies as efficiently as possible to substantially benefit patients.


Loxo Oncology, Inc.

Jacob S. Van Naarden
Vice President, Corporate Development and Strategy

Peter Rahmer
The Trout Group, LLC

Dan Budwick
Pure Communications, Inc.

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Will Ferrell plays himself in baseball comedy

Funnyman Will Ferrell has made it his mission to play every position in a Major League Baseball team, one team at a time.

Turning out for the Oakland A’s, Chicago White Sox, LA Dodgers, San Francisco Giants and half a dozen more, Will Ferrell experienced life as a baseball player if only for a moment at a time.

“I brought passion to the field, dedication, ability, and a lot of ignorance,” he proclaims in the trailer for HBO’s TV special “Ferrell Takes the Field.”

Playing in all ten positions, including batter, backstop and pitcher, enables Ferrell to equal the 1965 record set by Kansas City Athletics player Bert Campaneris.

No mere publicity stunt, the endeavor also raised money and mindshare for cancer awareness campaigns and associated assistance groups.

The TV special airs on September 12, six months after its March recording, and between now and then there’s plenty of time to catch other comic actors playing themselves, or versions of themselves, in films on the big or small screen.

Released this July 17 is Amy Schumer’s romcom “Trainwreck,” which Schumer wrote and stars in as a young careerwoman named Amy, struggling with the concept of a stable relationship when the right man comes along.

On the other side of the pond, British comedians Steve Coogan (“Tropic Thunder,” “Alan Partridge”) and Rob Brydon (“The Gruffalo,” “Gavin & Stacey”) accompany each other on TV series spin-off “A Trip to Italy,” an extensive, high-end restaurant review and road trip.

An ensemble cast of comedians starred in and supported “This Is The End,” which had Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill and Danny McBride among its characters caught in the midst of an apocalypse event.

One of the quintessential self-portrayal comedies is “Being John Malkovich,” but for an alternative and more recent slant there’s Sophie Barthes movie “Cold Souls” with Paul Giamatti as the intense and rather complicated method actor, Paul.

And within Francophone cinema, the semi-improvisational “JCVD” saw Belgian action star Jean-Claude Van Damme play himself as a washed-up, hard-up actor who gets mixed up in a post office robbery, cementing his position as either a villain or a hero in the public eye.


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Hello everyone! Sorry for tagging you guys,don’t be mad at me :(.

So i know you all are following madness–princess.And I need your help guys,it’s about her birthday I want to make it awesome because these few days bad things happened to her…

1.Her aunt died of cancer.

2.Her friend left her when she needed her the most.

3.Family problems.

Okay,so.. I have a question…does anyone of you know where I can buy iPhone at low price? or does someone of you have an iPhone,u are not using???because I don’t have much money…and I know that she was participating in a contest to win iPhone and…she believed that she’ll win this time…but other girl won and it made her very sad..


So if anyone of you want to help me make her birthday the best…or send her a letter,birthday card,gift or something just let me know,okay?

Thank you so much,and again I’m sorry for tagging you ppl.

Class at Smart Kids!

Training is barely training. It honestly reminds me of student teaching. They throw you in and scream “swim!!!” No problem. The kids are so cute. They’re so cute, I have cancer. They really attach themselves and love to play. The whole day is a lot of fun play-learning so they are a happy bunch. The food is great, and before they eat, the teacher and the students chant:

We put our hands together. Thank you for our breakfast. May we eat now? Yes you may. Thank you teacher. Xie Xie Laoshi.

It’s adorable. They are so polite and they listen very well.  I teach a class with a Chinese teacher and two Chinese helpers. The teacher runs the class, showing some easy English shows, pausing the video and asking the class to repeat things. For example: Dora the Explorer. Dora may say “Oh no! We have to save the baby jaguar!” Teacher pauses and they all read it loudly together. They enjoy the shows.  During class, I take them out individually and work with them on their level. It can be difficult to figure out how they best respond but I have reached three difficult ones in two days! Yay! They seem to love movement and singing so since that is my specialty, we are in luck. One new little girl never talks. Ever. It was hard to have a lesson when she wouldn’t say anything. I was able to get her to sing little pitches with me however, so then I made little melodies out of pronunciations that she would copy. It was cute. And her pronunciation was lovely. After that, she clung onto me every chance she got. Hand holding, hopping on me, etc. Such cuties. 

I have the youngest children: about 3 years old. They call me apple teacher, teacher pumpkin, and tiger. Pretty sure it’s a reference to my hair. Dan and I get stared at a lot in general, no matter where we are.

Dan is pretty dang popular.  It’s totally normal to see him trudge through the hall with five or six children holding onto him. One apparently follows him around with a chair demanding to climb on him and the chair is a boost. Another pets his goatee. He loves teaching his class. They are a little older: about 4-5.

anonymous asked:

Could an insecure Leo ascendant (and/or Leo sun and/or moon) constantly need attention on them and try to outdo others around them?

Yeah I’d say that’s true for certain Leos especially if they’re insecure. They may need constant validation from others or want to be shown affection. That’s how cancers are as well
9 Best Health Advices That Are Effective, But They Are Hardly Accepted

Acupuncture is an alternative medicine that involves inserting needles into the patient’s skin.  The needles are inserted at specific points running along the body – these points are where the energy called “gi” passes through (it was defined by the Chinese). However, modern medicine disregarded this, because there is no observed physiological characteristic that this path exists. Yet, for over thousands of years, acupuncture has been practiced by Chinese people for diseases ranging from headache to cancer.

On average, women live six to eight years longer than men globally.
In 2007, women’s life expectancy at birth was more than 80 years in 35 countries, but only 54 years in the WHO African Region.
Girls are far more likely than boys to suffer sexual abuse.
Road traffic injuries are the leading cause of death among adolescent girls in high- and middle-income countries.
Essentially all (99%) of the half a million maternal deaths every year occur in developing countries.
Breast cancer is the leading cancer killer among women aged 20–59 years in high-income countries.
Globally, cardiovascular disease, often thought to be a “male” problem, is the leading killer of women.

Signs as cat breeds??

This has probably been done already but oh well

Aries: Abyssinian

Taurus: Maine Coon

Gemini: Munchkin

Cancer: Scottish Fold

Leo: Bengal

Virgo: Russian blue

Libra: Burmese

Scorpio: Siberian

Sagittarius: Burmilla

Capricorn: Egyptian Mau

Aquarius: Turkish Van

Pisces: Singapura

I enjoyed making this because I got to look at pictures of cats