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#longtermlove Pathways to Bliss: Joseph Campbell on Why Perfectionism Kills Love and How to Save Your Relationship
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The high price of cheap content: why £15 blog posts will kill your SEO and annoy your customers
love this! obv didn't go to the link #nowwholooksstupid RT @marscrumbs: @pomomama Old men got old spending decades doing research ...
pomomama has blogged midlife monday: getting back to normal ... whatever normal is these days: found this post...
Tucking in at the annual #portmoody firefighters pancake breakfast
Triple-negative breast cancer (TNBC) is associated with a poor prognosis, mainly due to the disease’s ability to metastasize extensively following an early relapse post treatment. Zhou et al. (2015) investigated this by examining lectin binding to cell surface factors, showing that these play a role in metastasis in this devastating form of breast cancer.1 The Read the rest of this article
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The 'Fifty Shades of Grey' author had a Twitter chat. It went off the rails BIG TIME.
love this! obv didn't go to the link #nowwholooksstupid RT @NorthWesterly: @pomomama Why so aggressive. Who is to say the young are correct?
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As cheese ripens, its microbial population changes; the number of the initial starter culture organisms diminishes and secondary opportunists multiply as conditions become more favorable for them. This second wave of non-starter (NS) bacteria mainly comprises mesophilic lactic acid bacteria (NS-LAB) and they are usually considered welcome in the cheese-making process since they often contribute Read the rest of this article