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The world acted as if I was invisible. The past three years have been a mess. I was mixed up and almost lost myself. How I acted was not me. Depression violently and unwittingly attack me, got on top of me then suffocated me. The moment I had a chance to gasp for air depression invited anxiety to join in on the torture. I had enough and decided to run away and make the moon my new love. I will forever be that girl that stops on the side of the road to pick the dandelions or look for the dandelion dust to blow on for a wish. Ill forever be that girl that gets excited when a rainbow appears and chase the pot of gold. (I actually pack my suitcase when I was six and ran away to go find the pot of gold.I got like a block before I turned around and saw my dad smiling at me). Am I going to make it? Once you enter My House of Broken Glass you will understand how the kaleidoscopes turn.

Russia Is Now The First Country With An Approved COVID19 Pharmaceutical to Treat Patients

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Forget the race to the moon, now Russia is the first country to clinically approve the first pharmaceutical medication to administer to patients in the early stages of COVID19 where the cases are moderate. Coronavir (favipiravir) produced by R-Pharm Innovated Health Technolgies +7 (495) 956 79 37; +7 (495) 956 79…

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AMAZON OTC RECALLS 31 MEDICATIONS DUE TO FAILURE OF MEETING CHILD SAFETY LIMIT

Normally I would group the recalls in one article, however I feel like this is a massive recall/health safety concern that needs its own space to be shared with friends and family and their friends and family, so on and so forth. Recall number:20-780 https://mediqueproducts.com/ https://mediqueproducts.com/prestige/index.html Amazon.com from June 2018 through June 2020 for between…

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