Septic shock is dangerous! My Mom literally almost died from it with a fever of 109, a blood pressure of 60/40 this resulted because of a Kidney condition and she’s still very ill too from this. Please learn Septicemia Symptoms, you could help save yourself or someone you love. And yes anyone can go into Septic shock, (example) a small cut untreated or not healing properly could very well lead to Septic shock as well. #SepticAwareness #Health #Sepsis

 

Septic is just awful!

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Self-care is important!

When I look back on my life ~ I realize I’ve taken care of so many people and forgot all about myself in the process.

 

My note to you is,

Learn to take care of yourself, because self-care is important too!

 

Beto O’Rourke, joined by his wife Amy, announced his run for president in 2020 to address what he’s called ‘the interconnected crises in our economy, our democracy, and our climate’

 

 

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Current and former employees of an Ohio nursing facility are accused of mistreating two patients in their care, including one who died as a result of the nurses’ actions, state Attorney General Dave Yost said #Heartbreaking

Omg this is just heartbreaking!

Sadly, some nurses and some doctors don’t care about their patients, they only care about the pay. Smh!

 

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The United States government is currently on day 24 of the longest shutdown in history. Government employee Mallory Lorge of River Falls, Wisconsin hasn’t been paid this month. Lorge, who lives with Type 1 diabetes, has been forced to ration her remaining insulin because she can not afford the $300 copay. #Health

 

 

That’s so awful! I hope she gets new insulin soon. Many of us know how expensive Diabetes medication/supplies can be and as well as other medications or medical supplies  too.

 

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Lupus research news! A new study determined that people with lupus who received intravenous cyclophosphamide (CYC) and steroids are more likely to develop shingles. Antivirals are suggested for prevention.

 

 

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There’s not a single state, county or metropolitan area in the entire US where a full-time worker earning the federal minimum wage of $7.25 an hour can afford a modest 2-bedroom apartment #NewsTopic

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s really sad there’s not many decent affordable places to live at. And it’s not just rent that’s very expensive ~ health care and dental care are expensive too. Smh!

 

 

 

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