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Bliss: My Hilarious College Essay to Harvard

I have sent off my Harvard College Application! The essay is a little interesting though 😉 For everyone who thinks it fake I assure you its not. Heres proof bit.ly * I do not condone underage drinking nor do I condone the Illegal use of Marijuana. Here is the essay if you would like to read along: The first time I shotgunned my first natty was the day I became a new human being. The triple hops brewed taste spilling down my esophagus was pure ecstasy and nothing could take this experience away from me; other than puking of course.I tend to have a sensitive stomach so I was thoroughly vexed when it dawned on me that my travel size pepto bismol was left on my kitchen counter. As I sat with a wretched stomach pain I could hear my insides gurgling. It was at this time I decided to use my extensive knowledge of botany and problem solving skills to come up with my own remedy. I pulled one the oldest herbal medicines known to man out of my pocket, the Ganja. While chiefin on my hella fatty blunt I pondered my future, as well as the college experiences I would encounter in the next 4 to 5 years. Following my current academic trend I believe this to be the latter. My stomach pain subsided and my thoughts were cleared. I was thinking not as a high school senior, but as an academic elite with ambitious goals. I thought to myself, this is one can of natty in my hand, but what if I could venture somewhere where there would be hordes of natty for my pleasure. The imagery of me

Can someone please help me with a question about Midol and Ibuprofen?

Hi, I use medications with ibuprofen like Motrin and Advil to deal with cramps. However, I have recently noticed that I suffer from quite a bit of bloating also so I’m thinking about switching to Midol which is also supposed to help with bloat and fatigue. One thing I’ve noticed about Midol is that it does not use ibuprofen for pain relief, it uses something called Acetaminophen. Anyway I usually take 1 or 2 200 mg of ibuprofen to deal with the pain but Midol uses 500 mg of Acetaminophen for each gelcap. Does anyone know if the two drugs have equal pain relieving power? Thanks, your answers are much appreciated.
I did say I’m planning on switching to Midol not taking both and I’ve gone to Midol.com but I’m trying to find out if ibuprophen and acetaminophen have equal pain relieving power or do you have to take more or less.

IBS Irritable Bowel Syndrome – Part 2 – Nutrition by Natalie

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or spastic colon is a functional bowel disorder characterized by abdominal pain and changes in bowel habits which are more… not associated with any abnormalities seen on routine clinical testing. It is fairly common and makes up 20–50% of visits to gastroenterologists. Lower abdominal pain, and bloating associated with alteration of bowel habits and abdominal discomfort relieved with defecation are the most frequent symptoms. IBS is highly prevalent in the Western world, but despite the advancement of many theories, no clear cause has yet been established. Stress—feeling mentally or emotionally tense, troubled, angry, or overwhelmed—may trigger symptoms in people with IBS. One study found that women with IBS are more likely to report prior physical or sexual abuse; almost half of the patients reported prior abuse. IBS is not fatal nor is it linked to the development of other serious bowel diseases. However, due to the chronic pain, discomfort, and other symptoms, work absenteeism, social phobias, and other negative quality-of-life effects can be common in more serious cases. Individuals who find a caring primary caregiver and/or sufficient self-help options should be able to develop a successful treatment program for their symptoms and lead normal lives. www.nutritionbynatalie.com http www.youtube.com

IBS Irritable Bowel Syndrome – Part 1 – Nutrition by Natalie

Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) or spastic colon is a functional bowel disorder characterized by abdominal pain and changes in bowel habits which are more… not associated with any abnormalities seen on routine clinical testing. It is fairly common and makes up 20–50% of visits to gastroenterologists. Lower abdominal pain, and bloating associated with alteration of bowel habits and abdominal discomfort relieved with defecation are the most frequent symptoms. IBS is highly prevalent in the Western world, but despite the advancement of many theories, no clear cause has yet been established. Stress—feeling mentally or emotionally tense, troubled, angry, or overwhelmed—may trigger symptoms in people with IBS. One study found that women with IBS are more likely to report prior physical or sexual abuse; almost half of the patients reported prior abuse. IBS is not fatal nor is it linked to the development of other serious bowel diseases. However, due to the chronic pain, discomfort, and other symptoms, work absenteeism, social phobias, and other negative quality-of-life effects can be common in more serious cases. Individuals who find a caring primary caregiver and/or sufficient self-help options should be able to develop a successful treatment program for their symptoms and lead normal lives. www.nutritionbynatalie.com http www.youtube.com

Natural Acid Reflux Remedies

www.MeTheDoctor.com — Natural Acid Reflux Remedies The resulting pain of digestive disorders, such as acid reflux, can be all consuming to us. We fear even hearing some of the names of these disorders. We no longer need to treat acid reflux with such temporary treatments as antacids and other medications. There are natural ways to stop the burning, and interrupted sleep you experience because of an acid reflux attack. We have given you a resource to find this information, now the rest is up to you. Visit us today at: www.MeTheDoctor.com