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Six Common Misconceptions about the Chronically Ill

(Source: mychronicthoughts)

embarrassingdoodles:

Have you ever just been going through your day and then slammed with the thought that:
Wow this isn’t actually going away. I’m actually going to be dealing with this forever. I will be in pain forever. And then the weight of that thought is in the back of your mind weighing you down while you try to hold conversations or pay for your groceries.

dailyoddcompliment:

"Chasing Ducks"

dailyoddcompliment:

"Chasing Ducks"

dailyoddcompliment:

"Whole Bunch"

dailyoddcompliment:

"Whole Bunch"

dailyoddcompliment:

"Anything Nice"

dailyoddcompliment:

"Anything Nice"

dennys:

Look you guys, just trust us on this one, you gotta be careful around maple syrup pipelines. 

Want

dennys:

Look you guys, just trust us on this one, you gotta be careful around maple syrup pipelines. 

Want

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unimpressedcats:

me

(Source: pleatedjeans, via rayden1)

radiologysigns:

Radiology Signs - helping you to exercise both sides

Image credit: yr.com

radiologysigns:

Radiology Signs - helping you to exercise both sides

Image credit: yr.com

theexoticvet:

These are perfectly normal radiographs of a 7 month old Dachshund. The reason I decided to post them is because they demonstrate just how much we have changed the anatomy of dogs through selective breeding. If these were radiographs from a 7 month old wolf, or even a Golden Retriever we would think something was very wrong. In nature the “S” like curves of the fibulas and short, squat look of the femurs would mean an unhealthy animal but this is exactly how we have bred Dachshunds to look. One could argue and some do, that it is still unhealthy…

iwannabeadoctornow:

Xray of hand with rheumatoid arthritis…

iwannabeadoctornow:

Xray of hand with rheumatoid arthritis…