babies are so cute and dumb aww they have only like 3 skills its adorable
talking, breathing, archery (lv26)
when fandoms act as if they own tumblr
oh yeah? well we do so-
i dont think you heard us-
Joan Rivers on the Ed Sullivan Show, 1967 (x)
HOW IN THE WORLD DID SHE TALK LIKE THIS BACK THEN AND END UP HOSTING A SHOW TEARING APART WHAT PEOPLE LOOK FOR A FRIGGING LIVING????
Tsundere - Hostile outside, loving on the inside
Yandere - Sweet outside, obsessive and psychoic inside
Kuudere - Silent/cool, turns loving afterwards
Dandere - Usually quiet until the right person comes along
Kamidere - Just like tsundere but has a god-like complex
Dorodere - Sweet outside, messed up and disturbed inside
Deredere - Loving and affectionate
Himedere- Just like tsundere, but princess-like
Now that’s how you do a broken gif.
‘what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger’
what if i cut off your left leg
would that make you stronger
Imagine if the straight edge scene put some of its energies towards addressing the social and economic factors that contribute to alcoholism, and the ways alcohol companies target certain groups and communities, rather than simply criticizing everyone who drinks? Or if they decided to look critically at the racist, classist criminal justice system and War on Drugs that leads to much more violence and crime than drugs themselves, rather than bashing people who use drugs?
The story of Andrew Wakefield and his (unethical/unscientific/infuriating) fight against vaccine science is not only worth knowing and sharing (because vaccines are so important to our health), but it also serves as one of our era’s most challenging and enlightening scientific and philosophical battles.
In 2009, Andrew Johnson, 35, was diagnosed with early onset Parkinson’s disease. Last November, and again in February, he underwent a procedure, during which surgeons implanted a device in his brain that controls his tremors. Today, you’d never guess he suffers from Parkinson’s – but watch what happens when he turns his new implant off.
All doctors in NYC receive alerts from the NYC Department of Health about important health issues in the city. I just received this:
The outbreak of measles among Orthodox Jewish communities in Borough Park and Williamsburg, Brooklyn has ended. This was the largest outbreak of measles in the United States since measles elimination in 2000. A total of 58 cases were confirmed; the last case had rash onset on June 9. The outbreak began in a few extended families of vaccine refusers, and it was propagated by children whose vaccinations were delayed. No confirmed measles cases had documentation of vaccination at the time they were exposed to measles.
This is great news. However, as you can see, vaccinating your children saves lives. Again, it’s not about your kid, it’s about you and the kids around you. Vaccines are a social good.
Thirty newborn babies and their mothers might have been exposed to measles after someone with a measles rash walked into the maternity ward of Abbotsford hospital on Thursday, officials with the Fraser Health Authority say.
Not getting vaccines not only puts you at risk, but others at well.
Many people who end their Friday or Saturday nights in a hospital emergency room have been drinking alcohol. In fact, public health…
The first moral of this article is: BUDWEISER - the King of ERs.
"By using a drop down menu on a small notebook computer, the survey takers managed to obtain information from patients, and to include about 400 brands, in less than five minutes. At first, Jernigan [a researcher], said, many patients refused to talk. But then the survey takers, with the permission of the emergency room staff, donned white coats. After that, patients talked freely…”
The second moral of this article is: Inebriated people don’t like to talk about their beverage of choice — unless you’re wearing a white coat…?
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Homeopathy doctors demanding permission to prescribe allopathic medicines and permanent employment in government hospitals continued their hunger strike at Azad Maidan Saturday.
Someone put some food in water, shake it then dilute it with more water until the amount of food is like, 1 ppm and then give it to them and they will be nourished.
Among advanced economies, the U.S. spends the most on health care on a relative cost basis with the worst outcome
The U.S. ranks 46th, big surprise!