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Grandma’s Eye Surgery Today

My grandmother is 80 years old. She has a diabetes and it runs in the family. Sad to say that evens eye cataract does run in the family. My mom’s elder sister was the one had the eye surgery. My grandfather followed and my mom a couple months ago. It is very expensive to have the said eye surgery. Cataract removal is not as easy as 1, 2 and 3 if you have the diabetes and not financially sufficient. Eyesight is very important. My grandparents sold their property early this year and because of…

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Added by Leah Harpster on October 27, 2011 at 1:10pm — No Comments

Bringing Your Flat Tummy Back

When I was single I was skinny with a very flat tummy. I got married, got pregnant for our first baby, the weight gain started. I was told that it was normal because there was a baby developing and growing inside my womb. And, I was eating for two persons. I gave birth; I lost most of the weight that I gained during pregnancy. I was happy about it. Unfortunately, I had the stretch marks. My tummy still looks big and saggy despite of doing different exercises. I need a …

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Added by Leah Harpster on October 27, 2011 at 1:08pm — 1 Comment

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