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Fact: kids have 2 stomachs. One is the meal stomach. It's about the size of a pea. This is why children cannot consume a full breakfast, lunch, dinner.
The second stomach is the snack stomach. This stomach stretches and has infinite amount of space.Cleavon MD@Cleavon_MD
Important thread for people to remember - quarantining is so incredibly important. And just because YOU are asymptomatic or have mild symptoms doesn’t mean the person YOU expose will be asymptomatic or have mild symptoms. https://twitter.com/Cleavon_MD/status/1343403686102528002
🧵 A personal thread on ASMYPTOMATIC spread. My brother’s family has COVID and my mom is exposed. “We didn’t want to worry you,” said my mom & brother, which is why I’m just finding out today. 1/10
A small ray of hope in this abysmal year. So grateful to the scientists and others who made this possible, and to @metrohealthCLE for getting it out to us ASAP! Proud to work at a place that prioritizes its workforce in the midst of this chaos.
.@Meijer This is maybe the fourth time I’ve found these fully thawed in the refrigerator section at your Avon OH store despite them saying “keep frozen”—if you’re wondering why people aren’t buying them. #foodsafety2
Every year at #Thanksgiving: anger, frustration, yelling—you can’t believe that people who should know better think what they’re thinking and do what they’re doing. Then you finish watching the @DetroitLions game and it’s time for a nice dinner with the family.
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[SCENE — UPPER LEVEL OF A SUBURBAN HOUSE FATHER TRYING TO DRESS HIMSELF AND TWO YOUNG SONS MANAGES TO SHOWER AND GET DRESSED, AND GET ELDER SON TO DRESS HIMSELF, AND FINALLY, WITH MUCH STRUGGLING, DRESSES TWO-YEAR-OLD SON] FATHER: Okay, … Continue reading
I am learning that there comes a point in your children’s lives where they start taking things they hear and experience outside of what you thought of as their sphere of influence, and use them in everyday conversation. I realized … Continue reading
A guy in Detroit had a heart attack, and, as you might expect, called 911. And, as you might also expect, one of the EMTs did CPR on the guy while the other one drove. But then, in the middle … Continue reading
I recently read a post that describes some new location-tracking features coming soon to the next iPhone operating system, iOS 7 (which is still in beta). Location tracking isn’t new, but these features apparently keep track of where you go, … Continue reading
Our son is two and a half, and like many toddlers, he enjoys watching the standard toddler/pre-school fare of such TV shows as Yo Gabba Gabba, Dinosaur Train, the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, (God help me) Barney the Dinosaur, and Thomas … Continue reading