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Caroline Russell Caroline Russell : After being ill for 26 days i am finally starting to feel myself again. Its been the worst illness i could ever have had as an adult (last time i had gastroenteritis i was a toddler in isolation on my death bed!!) I have definitely been put off going to Cuba again even though it is likely to never happen again i don't want to risk it. I cant thank Stu enough for just being there, mother-in-law Chris and brother-in-law Gary for running about getting bits & bobs for me and kids for being patient whilst i got better. I wouldn't wish this on anyone. Looking forward to getting back to normal tomorrow and start eating properly again soon.
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Maria Vylet Macute Maximo Maria Vylet Macute Maximo : Preventing the spread of amoebiasis

Around the home

To help prevent the spread of amoebiasis:
Wash hands thoroughly with soap and hot running water for at least 15 seconds after using the toilet or changing a nappy.
Clean bathrooms and toilets often. Pay particular attention to toilet seats and taps.
Avoid sharing towels or face washers.

When preparing food

Food handlers should make sure:
Hands are thoroughly washed with soap and hot running water before touching food. Use paper towel or an air dryer to dry hands.
Raw vegetables are thoroughly washed and cooked.
The internal temperature of reheated food reaches at least 75°C.
Microwaves are used according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

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Hope Peace Hope Peace : Photos of Happy International Adoptions     My Dog Gizmo arrived from Romania 6 months ago with the wonderful Europet transport,He was malnourished although the rescue tried there best under terrible circumstances, he had been treated for fleas but had terrible sore's full of poison due to the flea infestation being left for so long due to him being a street dog.He also had Gastroenteritis so spent a few day's at the vet's on a drip.He had terrible internal worms and ringworm but a braver dog you have never met,the vets fell in love with him and threatened to dognapp him,the vet nurses said they could do anything with him and he didn't moan,protest or object in anyway...The day he arrived in his little red coat looking out of his transport cage so proud my heartbroke to think what he had been through,he looked at me as if to say ' Im going to make you so proud of me mum ' And my god am i !! If he could do the house work,clean the car and go to work he would ..He is so obliging,kind,loving and loyal i cant tell you.I have another dog that has a cleft palate and was regularly ill but touchwood since Gizmo arrived she seem's to have taken on a new lease of life and they love each other to bits.I love my Romania dog beyond words can say x The first photo's are of him in Romaina    
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Gabrielle Castle Gabrielle Castle : Well the gastroenteritis is doing its rounds!Feeling crap!
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Debra Louise Bryant Debra Louise Bryant : I have been diagnosed with gastroenteritis, which has started my hernia to play up, plenty of rest and fluid x x
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Otokar Löbl Otokar Löbl :         Epilogue: After I wrote an article about my visit to my father’s native town, Zatec, in the Sudetenland (“A stranger in an ancestral home,” Haaretz, June 21, 2013), the Jewish-British journalist Tom Gross got in touch with me. He lives alternately in Prague and Israel and is a consultant to the Jewish Museum in Prague. Gross took the trouble to find the entries on the deaths of my grandmother and grandfather in the museum, which include the information appearing on the death certificates issued by the Nazi authorities, with harrowing detail, including the numbers of the transports, as though they were airline flight numbers, and the causes of death, as though they were routine death notices.
“Dr. Hugo Loewy, born 10.2.1873. Transport 494, Prague-Terezin, 9.7.1942. Murdered – 27.8.1942. Background diseases: gastroenteritis. Cause of death: cardiac weakness.”
“Sophie Loewy, born 25.6.1882. Transport 494, Prague-Terezin, 9.7.42. Transport 628, Terezin-Treblinka, 22.10.1942. Murdered.”

http://www.haaretz.com/jewish-world/jewish-world-features/.premium-1.586379

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Seow Angelia Seow Angelia : video.xin.msn.com        
Watch the video: video http://video.xin.msn.com/watch/video/episode-9/2egvdyyw9

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Happy International Adoptions Happy International Adoptions : Photos of Happy International Adoptions     My Dog Gizmo arrived from Romania 6 months ago with the wonderful Europet transport,He was malnourished although the rescue tried there best under terrible circumstances, he had been treated for fleas but had terrible sore's full of poison due to the flea infestation being left for so long due to him being a street dog.He also had Gastroenteritis so spent a few day's at the vet's on a drip.He had terrible internal worms and ringworm but a braver dog you have never met,the vets fell in love with him and threatened to dognapp him,the vet nurses said they could do anything with him and he didn't moan,protest or object in anyway...The day he arrived in his little red coat looking out of his transport cage so proud my heartbroke to think what he had been through,he looked at me as if to say ' Im going to make you so proud of me mum ' And my god am i !! If he could do the house work,clean the car and go to work he would ..He is so obliging,kind,loving and loyal i cant tell you.I have another dog that has a cleft palate and was regularly ill but touchwood since Gizmo arrived she seem's to have taken on a new lease of life and they love each other to bits.I love my Romania dog beyond words can say x The first photo's are of him in Romaina    
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Deborah Cooper Deborah Cooper : Almost three days of gastroenteritis not my idea of time well spent!
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Aamra Kaa Jona Aamra Kaa Jona : gastroenteritis    
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Fortis Surgical Hospital Fortis Surgical Hospital : video.xin.msn.com     What are the symptoms of gastroenteritis and what causes it? Watch our Medical Director Dr Francis Seow Cheon explain the symptoms and causes on episode 9 of Body SOS 3!    
Watch the video: video http://video.xin.msn.com/watch/video/episode-9/2egvdyyw9

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Dale Rockell Dale Rockell : Eating for the first time in 4 days, don't care much for viral gastroenteritis :-(
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Andrea Jo Clingaman Andrea Jo Clingaman : Timeline Photos     Honeysuckle is a medicinal flower that has been revered for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and calming and relaxing properties. It is a potent detoxifier and is known to swiftly remove poisons and heat from the body. Honeysuckle is also very helpful for respiratory problems such as bronchitis, COPD, asthma, coughs, and colds and acts as an expectorant and emollient to help clear and soothe respiratory passages. Honeysuckle has also been known to help treat diarrhea, chronic gastroenteritis, fever, urinary tract infections, digestive disorders, ulcers, and skin infections. It is highly beneficial for fighting off the bacteria that causes strep throat, tuberculosis, and salmonella poisoning and for helping to alleviate headaches and nausea. Honeysuckle’s anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties make it particularly good for those suffering from auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Chron’s disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, bursitis, and chronic fatigue syndrome or those who suffer with edema, bloating, and water retention. Honeysuckle is often prepared as a tea with 1 tsp of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Pour boiling water over herb and let steep for 10 minutes or more and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Essential oil of honeysuckle is a popular addition to massage oils, soaps, creams, and vaporizers as it is known to help relax and calm the body, mind, and soul. Honeysuckle cream is also very beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, skin rash, rosacea, as well as for anti-aging and wrinkle prevention. It is also commonly found in hair care products due to its ability to add volume, shine, and elasticity to hair as well to keep the scalp healthy and clear.    
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Moki Villegas Moki Villegas : The saddest thing about gastroenteritis is the crackers and water diet. Where is all the flavor?
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Alice Rose Alice Rose : How long does gastroenteritis last? I have had it for 5 days now and getting fed up :(
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Medical Writing and Veterinary Consulting Medical Writing and Veterinary Consulting :     Evidence why dietary indiscretion gastroenteritis is the most common cause of vomiting and diarrhea in dogs.     TOO FUNNY! This Family's Cupcakes Kept Disappearing... Look What Their Secret Camera Captured!

SHARE with Friends and Family and spread the JOY!

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Jace Floyd Jace Floyd : Timeline Photos     Honeysuckle is a medicinal flower that has been revered for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and calming and relaxing properties. It is a potent detoxifier and is known to swiftly remove poisons and heat from the body. Honeysuckle is also very helpful for respiratory problems such as bronchitis, COPD, asthma, coughs, and colds and acts as an expectorant and emollient to help clear and soothe respiratory passages. Honeysuckle has also been known to help treat diarrhea, chronic gastroenteritis, fever, urinary tract infections, digestive disorders, ulcers, and skin infections. It is highly beneficial for fighting off the bacteria that causes strep throat, tuberculosis, and salmonella poisoning and for helping to alleviate headaches and nausea. Honeysuckle’s anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties make it particularly good for those suffering from auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Chron’s disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, bursitis, and chronic fatigue syndrome or those who suffer with edema, bloating, and water retention. Honeysuckle is often prepared as a tea with 1 tsp of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Pour boiling water over herb and let steep for 10 minutes or more and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Essential oil of honeysuckle is a popular addition to massage oils, soaps, creams, and vaporizers as it is known to help relax and calm the body, mind, and soul. Honeysuckle cream is also very beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, skin rash, rosacea, as well as for anti-aging and wrinkle prevention. It is also commonly found in hair care products due to its ability to add volume, shine, and elasticity to hair as well to keep the scalp healthy and clear.    
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Kimberly Ammerman Kimberly Ammerman : Scavengers OF The Sea     I used to LOVE crab legs.........I understand how hard it is to refuse them. This may help you!!
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Emelinaq Emelinaq : Just finished my second cup of mangosteen tea & saltines. True to Easter Sunday, I rose again on the third day after a bout of gastroenteritis that kept me in bed & in the toilet. I don't know what caused it. It could be malabsorption of food or diabetes. I know I ate too much for dinner the other night. Prior to my cup of tea & saltines after my bloating & cramping stomach, I had nothing but water to prevent dehydration. I was hoping I'd get thinner with so much vomiting & diarrhea, but I doubt it. I have to go slow on food now, although I read somewhere that we could get back to normal diet soon after the gastroenteritis. I've been reading on foods to avoid, like fried oily foods, beans, some types of bread, & raw food (sushi or kinilaw). I opt to follow the conservative way my mom taught me - tea, saltines, clear chicken soup, & bananas. I used to give soda crackers & 7-up to my kids before. Their doctor's advice. It worked. A friend gave me Imodium today, but it's too late. I'm OK now without medicine - just letting everything run it's course. Thank God.
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João Baptista Ferreira João Baptista Ferreira : Timeline Photos     THE Queen has left hospital this afternoon after being treated for a severe stomach bug.

The 86-year-old monarch spent just 24 hours at King Edward VII Hospital in central London after she developed symptoms of gastroenteritis.

Looking relaxed and smiling, she appeared on the steps of the hospital in a scarlet coat and walked to her waiting limousine.

She smiled as she said goodbye to a uniformed member of staff who curtseyed to her.

After being driven away by a chauffeur, the Queen is likely to spend time convalescing at her favourite home, Windsor Castle.     Wonder!

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Shafinaz Motala Shafinaz Motala : What a great end to the Easter weekend, finding out I have gastroenteritis!
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Santakar Chelapila Santakar Chelapila : Fever has become the second most common disease, after child-birth related admissions, for which people claimed medical insurance in India. The number of Indians getting admitted to hospitals with complains of fever increased by 89% in 2013 compared to 2012, says an in-house study of insurance policies by an insurance company.
Overall the number of insurance claimants has increased, especially in the working age group, with claims related to fever, gastroenteritis and respiratory tract infections nearly doubling compared to 2012.Insurance experts said that attribute the sharp rise to air pollution, environmental changes, extreme weather fluctuations ,dietary influence and lack of right nutrition...... It was an interesting statistics that was learnt from Hindustan Times (Dt.21.04.14) . This could also facilitates to know how environment change could shift our focus from one type to another type of diseases .

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Melanie Renee Kimball Melanie Renee Kimball : Timeline Photos     Honeysuckle is a medicinal flower that has been revered for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and calming and relaxing properties. It is a potent detoxifier and is known to swiftly remove poisons and heat from the body. Honeysuckle is also very helpful for respiratory problems such as bronchitis, COPD, asthma, coughs, and colds and acts as an expectorant and emollient to help clear and soothe respiratory passages. Honeysuckle has also been known to help treat diarrhea, chronic gastroenteritis, fever, urinary tract infections, digestive disorders, ulcers, and skin infections. It is highly beneficial for fighting off the bacteria that causes strep throat, tuberculosis, and salmonella poisoning and for helping to alleviate headaches and nausea. Honeysuckle’s anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties make it particularly good for those suffering from auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Chron’s disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, bursitis, and chronic fatigue syndrome or those who suffer with edema, bloating, and water retention. Honeysuckle is often prepared as a tea with 1 tsp of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Pour boiling water over herb and let steep for 10 minutes or more and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Essential oil of honeysuckle is a popular addition to massage oils, soaps, creams, and vaporizers as it is known to help relax and calm the body, mind, and soul. Honeysuckle cream is also very beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, skin rash, rosacea, as well as for anti-aging and wrinkle prevention. It is also commonly found in hair care products due to its ability to add volume, shine, and elasticity to hair as well to keep the scalp healthy and clear.     Another thing I am going to try, the Yarrow too
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Mary Colburn Mary Colburn : Yesterday's long awaited race!! Followed by a report:) After missing 2 races due to the bronchitis followed by gastroenteritis, I was finally well enough to run the JiJi Green tunnel race! It was everything the pictures posted! Incredibly beautiful, tree lines streets, rolling hills, very well marked, plenty of water, very well organized, and one of my favorite races so far!! Getting to Jiji and back was the most nerve wracking part, but it all worked out in the end, and things seem to go that way:) Oh, and I won with a time of 1:21 and got $6000NT:) The trophy was really cool looking!
On a different note: Sun Moon lake was also very beautiful, and I learned to NEVER STAY AT TIANXANG RESORT HOTEL!!! ITS OVER PRICED AND THEY POST A PICTURE OF A DIFFERENT HOTEL ON THE WEBSITE!!! If anyone knows of a way to get either some of our money back or to get the hotel to take those pics down I'd love to hear it!!

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Danielle J. Graham Danielle J. Graham : Would love to thank everyone for the kind thoughts and prayers .!!! We just got discharged and headed home ! They finally settled his diagnoses Gastroenteritis we follow up with a specialist this week ... God is amazing and I thank him for answering my prayers an making my little man better !
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Ashely Wikoff Ashely Wikoff : So after being in the E.R. For 3 and 1/2 hours I guess I have gastroenteritis...😁
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Samantha Mills de Rosas Samantha Mills de Rosas : A severe bout of viral gastroenteritis... Happy Easter everyone!!!!!!!
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Jordan Spottiswood Jordan Spottiswood : Well after 4 hours in a&e I've found out I've got gastroenteritis flue, it's not panic attacks or anxiety attacks, at me nannas now had some dinner, actually kept it down without vomiting it back up, gunna go home and chill out :)
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Learning Medicine Learning Medicine : Parvovirus infection , the cause of a mild exanthem in children ,is characterized by

a. Epidemic acute repiratory disease
b. Gastroenteritis
c. Whooping cough like disease
d. Keratoconjunctivitis
e. Acute hemolytic anemia

pasha

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Natural health and wellness Natural health and wellness : Gastroenteritis – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment | Natural Health Information     Gastroenteritis – Causes, Symptoms and Treatment http://wp.me/p4wfsV-AH
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Paul Kelly Paul Kelly : Had Diarrhea for days now. Apparently its caused by gastroenteritis. Got a meal cooked the other day. She was throwing up. Me. it came out the other end. couldn't help but share it and get it off my chest. Savage
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Lianne MacDonald Lianne MacDonald : Can't believe its Easter Sunday and I can't have my egg.
Picked up gastroenteritis from the family

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Olga Prieto Ruiz Olga Prieto Ruiz : I Love My Chihuahua Club    
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Emma Lindsey Emma Lindsey : Easter's just not the same with gastroenteritis :-( xxxx (hidden tons of chocolate for my return to good health!!) xxxx
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Jackie Beltaine Jackie Beltaine : 2014 Stomach 'Flu' - Powerful Sydney Strain's Gastroenteritis Update     Since it seems that lots of folks are suffering, again. And again. (Y'all stay away from me!)
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Michelle Harvath Michelle Harvath : Vet Abuse Network    
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Katherine Hatton Katherine Hatton : Timeline Photos     Honeysuckle is a medicinal flower that has been revered for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and calming and relaxing properties. It is a potent detoxifier and is known to swiftly remove poisons and heat from the body. Honeysuckle is also very helpful for respiratory problems such as bronchitis, COPD, asthma, coughs, and colds and acts as an expectorant and emollient to help clear and soothe respiratory passages. Honeysuckle has also been known to help treat diarrhea, chronic gastroenteritis, fever, urinary tract infections, digestive disorders, ulcers, and skin infections. It is highly beneficial for fighting off the bacteria that causes strep throat, tuberculosis, and salmonella poisoning and for helping to alleviate headaches and nausea. Honeysuckle’s anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties make it particularly good for those suffering from auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Chron’s disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, bursitis, and chronic fatigue syndrome or those who suffer with edema, bloating, and water retention. Honeysuckle is often prepared as a tea with 1 tsp of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Pour boiling water over herb and let steep for 10 minutes or more and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Essential oil of honeysuckle is a popular addition to massage oils, soaps, creams, and vaporizers as it is known to help relax and calm the body, mind, and soul. Honeysuckle cream is also very beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, skin rash, rosacea, as well as for anti-aging and wrinkle prevention. It is also commonly found in hair care products due to its ability to add volume, shine, and elasticity to hair as well to keep the scalp healthy and clear.    
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Stacey Smith-Beaman Stacey Smith-Beaman : What a match... 3 more points in the bag!

Seriously excited about going up next weekend... Very very happy (but still gastroenteritis-y) Smith-Beaman household today! #GotTickets #WeShallNotBeMoved #YNWA

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Fiona Hilderley Fiona Hilderley : Come down with this stupid Gastroenteritis bug Millie brought home...... Happy bloody Easter...... No family dinner and no Easter eggs!!!!:-(
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Phyllis Norman Watson Bechtold Phyllis Norman Watson Bechtold : Timeline Photos     Honeysuckle is a medicinal flower that has been revered for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and calming and relaxing properties. It is a potent detoxifier and is known to swiftly remove poisons and heat from the body. Honeysuckle is also very helpful for respiratory problems such as bronchitis, COPD, asthma, coughs, and colds and acts as an expectorant and emollient to help clear and soothe respiratory passages. Honeysuckle has also been known to help treat diarrhea, chronic gastroenteritis, fever, urinary tract infections, digestive disorders, ulcers, and skin infections. It is highly beneficial for fighting off the bacteria that causes strep throat, tuberculosis, and salmonella poisoning and for helping to alleviate headaches and nausea. Honeysuckle’s anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties make it particularly good for those suffering from auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Chron’s disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, bursitis, and chronic fatigue syndrome or those who suffer with edema, bloating, and water retention. Honeysuckle is often prepared as a tea with 1 tsp of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Pour boiling water over herb and let steep for 10 minutes or more and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Essential oil of honeysuckle is a popular addition to massage oils, soaps, creams, and vaporizers as it is known to help relax and calm the body, mind, and soul. Honeysuckle cream is also very beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, skin rash, rosacea, as well as for anti-aging and wrinkle prevention. It is also commonly found in hair care products due to its ability to add volume, shine, and elasticity to hair as well to keep the scalp healthy and clear.    
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Dhiah de Arce Dhiah de Arce : Acute Gastroenteritis 2° to Intestinal Amoebiasis :(

#serveyouright #pgt

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Vet Abuse Network Vet Abuse Network : Happy Easter to our followers who celebrate. If anyone is having a large amazing dinner, please remember to not feed your pets table scraps. The high fat content in most meats and other delicious side dishes can cause moderate to severe gastroenteritis and pancreatitis. Be safe!
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Alison Thompson Alison Thompson : what's the point of not eating since Thursday and have the most goddamn awful bout of gastroenteritis if you only lose one bloody lb in weight? :(
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Sophie Clark Sophie Clark : Nothing beats you both having gastroenteritis and only 1 toilet in the house! Happy bloody Easter
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Dalys Gay Dalys Gay : Fairly certain its chocolate the damned bunny is meant to deliver, not gastroenteritis.
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Theresa Ann Nemeth Byer Theresa Ann Nemeth Byer : Timeline Photos     Honeysuckle is a medicinal flower that has been revered for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and calming and relaxing properties. It is a potent detoxifier and is known to swiftly remove poisons and heat from the body. Honeysuckle is also very helpful for respiratory problems such as bronchitis, COPD, asthma, coughs, and colds and acts as an expectorant and emollient to help clear and soothe respiratory passages. Honeysuckle has also been known to help treat diarrhea, chronic gastroenteritis, fever, urinary tract infections, digestive disorders, ulcers, and skin infections. It is highly beneficial for fighting off the bacteria that causes strep throat, tuberculosis, and salmonella poisoning and for helping to alleviate headaches and nausea. Honeysuckle’s anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties make it particularly good for those suffering from auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Chron’s disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, bursitis, and chronic fatigue syndrome or those who suffer with edema, bloating, and water retention. Honeysuckle is often prepared as a tea with 1 tsp of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Pour boiling water over herb and let steep for 10 minutes or more and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Essential oil of honeysuckle is a popular addition to massage oils, soaps, creams, and vaporizers as it is known to help relax and calm the body, mind, and soul. Honeysuckle cream is also very beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, skin rash, rosacea, as well as for anti-aging and wrinkle prevention. It is also commonly found in hair care products due to its ability to add volume, shine, and elasticity to hair as well to keep the scalp healthy and clear.    
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Steven Hughes Steven Hughes : Gastroenteritis and conjunctivitis last week and now Summer has a chest AND throat infection :( - oi Germs give my girl a fuc***g break will ya! It's Easter FFS!!!!
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Jodi Henchenski Williamson Jodi Henchenski Williamson : I Love My Chihuahua Club    
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Donna Lynn Shaw Donna Lynn Shaw : well im home safe and sound the results r gastroenteritis.
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