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               WARNING, WARNING, THIS AREA HAS BEEN                                                             QUARANTINED


DATE: March 26th, 2016; 5:23pm

“—Krrrssshhhttzz.”
    “…. ….  …. … krrshhtzz”
        “This.. …. .. this.. this just…krrsshhttz”

“This just in, reporting to you live CJAD 800. According to our local forensic scientists down at the Mont Royal police department, we regret to inform you that there has has been an outbreak of the Lyssaviruses. For those of you who do not know, the Lyssavirus is a genus of RNA viruses in the order Mononegavirales, in the family Rhabdoviridae, otherwise known as rabies. Though many of you have already noticed, the citizens of Montreal have been greatly affected by this outbreak, causing fevers, trouble swallowing, agitation, excess salivation, hallicuations and in rare cases, extreme outbursts. Due to this, many of you have been sectioned off into safe facilities, the most common one being the hospital. All locations have been QUARANTINED. If you are hearing this, we ask that you remain indoors. All businesses, schools and organizations are closed for the time being, placing Montreal on a city wide lockdown. We have police patrolling the streets in hazard suits to make sure there is no one left on the streets. 

Causes of this occurrence has been determined by bacteria that has made itself into the water. Scientists have discovered that the source has come from the saliva of a pack of foxes that were injected with Lyssavirus. The animals have been contained and are being treated to the best of their ability. However, we ask that you steer clear of any water source that comes directly from the city of Montreal’s water supply. Any water that comes from Public Works, Sherbrooke water tower or Westminster Water Supply has been affected and must not be consumed. If you have consumed the water we ask that you see a medical expert as soon as possible. 

Keep in mind that rabies a fatal virus. If you are experiencing any abnormal symptoms you must be treated. However, due to the power outage in Mont Royal and Saint Laurent, we are aware it is incredibly difficult to find help. We will be contacting others through radio, and the use of cellphones. Thus, please contain any battery you have left. This is a city wide emergency report. Everyone is required to stay in doors, and stay cautious. Medical experts, police officers and firefighters are doing their upmost best to contain this virus. But for the time being we ask that everyone stay safe, stay alert and stay grounded. 

Tune in to CJAD 800 for any further reports.”

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the doctor says I have unusually advanced/large lesions for a woman as young as I am

this isn’t even supposed to be a concern until you’re in your 40’s

your body tends to clear polyps on it’s own but the doctor says my body will not be able to get rid of them

and I mean yeah I’m glad they caught it before it progressed to the cancer stage but the surgery will make it difficult for me to have children??

I am scared
I am sad

With all of this talk about Ebola going around i would like to let you all know that hypochondria /panic disorder are very serious issues that somehow seem to be overlooked by “anxiety/depression” (very loose and basic terms that people have been throwing around a lot very disrespectfully recently which is why it is in quotes) or whatever and can cause very painful bouts of anxiety/despair for a lot of people including myself and i understand how much it sucks so i want you all to know to be cautious of what you post/try and stay educated/ do whatever to help someone from having a sleepless night of worry, panic and tears 

anonymous asked:

How about Dutchie were Crutchie gets sick/davey gets hella worried it's the polio coming back. Idk. Just something with sick Crutchie

“Hey Dave.” Said Crutchie, once inside the apartment. “Bleached sugar was too much so I got that brown kind, hope that’ll work.”


“It’ll do, do you need help with the bags?”


Crutchie peeked around the wall separating the front hall/kitchen from the bedroom/living room.


“If you think there’s more than one bag here you should check the financial section.”

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The level of…idk misinformation/changing stories surrounding my uterine lesions is fucking terrifying? Some doctors are like “this is a huge deal” and some doctors are like “no biggie!" 

who do I listen to?

and I was told that I had to decide between getting the procedure and not getting the procedure

if I get the procedure, it might turn out that I didn’t have to get it or I might have a relapse and need to get it again thus increasing the chances of not having kids further

if I don’t get the procedure and just keep an eye on things I might clear it or I might get fucking cancer

and I have to be the one to choose what happens

I don’t feel qualified  
I don’t know what’s going on

Wow so its December 1st already which is basically the start of christmas! but it is also the start of Crohn’s disease and Colitis awareness week!

As some of you may know I was diagnosed with Crohn’s disease 2 years ago and I have a decent amount of followers on this blog so why not get the word out here? I know Crohn’s and Colitis aren’t quite as severe and life threatening as many other diseases out there but I think they are important to be aware of since the diseases themselves tend not to be talked about due to the graphic nature of the symptoms. However even if you don’t have Crohn’s or Colitis, someone you know might have it and I guarantee they will appreciate your knowledge and support :)

Here are some websites that you can check out!

What are Crohn’s and colitis? 

more general info

some of the tests we have to go through

know someone with Crohn’s/Colitis?

Donate to the Crohn’s and Colitis foundation of America!

and if you have any questions don’t be afraid to ask me!

anonymous asked:

Okay once you said that you like Onision.,what is your opinion on his recent video about Parkinson's disease?

The thing about Onision is that he is a provocateur. He’s spreading awareness with offending people.
If you check out his video description of the video, there are four links to Parkinson foundations.


Let’s be honest, 90% of all people that are really pissed about the video actually don’t give a shit about Parkinson’s disease, but Greg makes people talk about it now. While they’re offended they don’t understand that they’re exactly doing what Greg wants, spreading awareness.

You’re welcome.

@crownedblood

Allen has been assigned to bed rest, spending most of his time coughing hysterically and tossing and turning. He can’t sleep, he can’t eat.

The medics have told Behemo that he should stay with him, because it isn’t likely he’ll live for much longer.

Even Allen himself sounds like he’s waiting to die, apologizing to Behemo and having troubles getting up on his own.

Now, he’s laying on the bed with his head on Behemo’s lap. His breathing is shallow, and he has trouble forming words or keeping his eyes open.

One of his hands is holding Behemo’s, and he managed a broken laugh.

“Shouldn’t.. you be.. working..?”

Tip #1 - Throw your mascara away every three months.

Or when it gets dry and sticky if that comes first.

Don’t ever try to ‘remoisten’ it.

Mascara has the shortest life-span of all your make up due to the risk of transferring bacteria to your eyes. Expired tubes can carry staph bacteria right to your tear ducts.

A new tube is a lot cheaper than damaging your vision.

Since there are no expiration dates printed on make-up put a 'reminder’ in your phone to tell you when to pick up a new tube.

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2015 Napa-to-Sonoma Wine Country Half Marathon: Houston/Austin Team: Stacey Cutler - Crohn's & Colitis Foundation of America

 Hey guys, 

One of my very best friends is fundraising to run a half-marathon in California this summer for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

She was diagnosed with moderate to severe ulcerative colitis in 2012, although that it was later determined to be Crohn’s. I lived with her as she struggled in the time pre-diagnosis when she fought to get out of bed, to attend school, to find the energy and strength to simply do day-to-day tasks that many of us don’t think about. Stacey is one of the kindest, strongest people I know and while there’s no cure for Crohn’s or ulcerative colitis the money raised by this team funds research for treatments and hopefully, eventually that ever escaping cure.

If you can’t donate it would be amazing if you could share this!

Thanks!

I got another phone call from my mother. Her coworkers have never seen a case like mine without it resulting in a malignant diagnosis. Here’s to hoping my lymphocytosis isn’t indicative of leukemia or lymphoma. 

Is it possible for people to just have high lymphocyte counts without illness? Is that just the way my marrow is functioning? Do I need a transplant? 

I’m trying to remain optimistic, but considering that consistently swollen lymph nodes with no pain might be indicative of something really terrible…

Hm.

Luv nerve damage and not being able to control my bladder or raise my arms comfortably above a 45 degree angle and have my foot asleep for 24 hours 👍👍👍👍👍👏👏👏👏nice

yall do not know how high blood sugars fuck me up

like holy shit

i spent like 20 minutes staring at my exploding tardis poster and i swear to god it was moving

it’s like the worst trip ever

like i interlock my fingers together and i’m just like “whoa this is so fucking weird feeling” and sprawl around on my bed doing nothing but feeling heavy and dense and vaguely unable to move even though i am in fact moving in odd ways

i don’t even know what my brain is doing rn

on the upside, i finally finished off that bag of twix bars and i made some cookies for tomorrow (that i ate a little of today oops)