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The Exhaustion of Chronic Illness, or When Bad Things Happen to Good People
Aug 30, 2007 | 
I've generally been a "good" person. I try to do those ten things on Dalai Lama's list. You know, be kind, not hurt others, let people know you love them, hear a tree when it's falling even if you're not there...
Get Your SoloSTAR Here!
Aug 15, 2007 | 
It's about time that we Americans catch up with the rest of the world when it comes to using insulin pens. Maybe we will, now that SoloSTAR, sanofi-aventis's disposable insulin pen, is available in the United States.
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