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April 19, 2017

WHATEVER FLOATS YOUR BOAT

I was on the website of the Journal of the American Medical Association looking up an article on emergency room injuries when I got this cute "You May Also Like" referrals.

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-- Peter Metrinko

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Peter, you should seek professional help immediately. Nursecindy said so.

Our friend, the Marquis, has no problem with these links (or so I heard.)

We can only hope the research was not autobiographically driven.

No matter how embarrassing or odd your problem, if it lasts longer than four hours, seek medical advice.

Young people today...
Interact J Med Res. 2017 Mar 23;6(1):e4. doi: 10.2196/ijmr.6568.
Planking or the "Lying-Down Game:" Two Case Reports.
Barbieri S1,2,3, Feltracco P2, Omizzolo L2, Snenghi R4, El Mazloum R4, Vettore G2, Bergamini M1, Stefanati A1, Donato D5, Ferronato C1, Avato FM1, Tredese A2, Gaudio RM3.
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RESULTS:
Both patients suffered multiple trauma injuries and needed high-level health assistance. The first patient underwent a splenectomy and the second one a nephrectomy; both of them required a long hospital stay (14 and 20 days, respectively), and the costs for their management have been estimated at US $27,000 and US $37,000, respectively. Their decision to perform the planking in dangerous locations was due to their ambition to gain peers' acclaim through shared videos and pictures.

I saw Small Bowel Obstruction open for Zappa in '86.

Shouldn't that say, "Whatever Floats your Bloat"

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