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antedeluvian
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Good Advice
antedeluvian   11/15/2013 11:39:06 AM
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Max

This is good advice. Given that I grew up in Africa I go annually to the deramtologist- I have so many blemishes even my spots have spots. The dermatologist often jokes "Holy Moley". Of course socialized medicine in Canada means there is no financial implication to me.

Other good advice is to have a colonoscopy- Dave Barry did a great piece on this.

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Max The Magnificent   11/15/2013 11:52:15 AM
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@Antedelivian: Other good advice is to have a colonoscopy...

Yup -- I had my first one about 3 years ago -- the worst part was all the stuff you have to drink the night before t oclear your insides out. The next morning the doctor started off by commenting on that and saying "The worst is behind you" ... I was too weak to hit him LOL

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Crusty1   11/15/2013 12:14:00 PM
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@Max : Probably wise to say that in England all us old ones get a Poo sample test each year to screen for early bowel cancer. All done via the postal service.

And for men get the prostate tested, I am on a six monthly monitoring of two tiny tumours, the great probability is that I will die with the varmints not from them. But the six monthly blood test keeps an eye on their activity, giving plenty of time to decide on any futher actions to be taken, should they decide to get too active.

 

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MS243   11/15/2013 12:16:37 PM
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All good points --

I worked removing asbestos one summer in High School  I've also repaired brakes on cars as an after school job -- so a check of the lungs is also important for me -- This and having done Inkjet printer development where the oil based type inks can cause lung issues makes this doubly important -- Colon cancer screening is doubly important for many types of electronics work as well as the Colon is where some of these items are excreted -- to cut one's risk of colon cancer one should  take Magnesium in an absorbable form (Mixed Nuts are an excellent source of healthy absorbable minerals, and cholesterol fighting good fats for example)   

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Max The Magnificent   11/15/2013 12:18:04 PM
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@Crusty: Probably wise to say that in England all us old ones get a...

There's a vision I didn't want in my head LOL

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Max The Magnificent   11/15/2013 12:18:55 PM
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@Crusty: I will die with the varmints not from them...

That's right -- you look on the bright side LOL

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Max The Magnificent   11/15/2013 12:20:32 PM
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@William: Mixed Nuts are an excellent source of healthy absorbable minerals...

Great advice -- nobody had better lay their hands on my nuts is all I can say!

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MS243   11/15/2013 12:31:07 PM
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@Max -- "Nobody should lay their hands on my Nuts"  -- Testicular cancer is another item that is important to screen for -- but the screening can be a bit painful if done by a female medical professional with long fingernails

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Max The Magnificent   11/15/2013 12:33:17 PM
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@William: ...the screening can be a bit painful if...

You haven't had an easy life, have you? :-)

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Reminds me of a song
antedeluvian   11/15/2013 1:18:33 PM
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Max

In fact, it's right up there at the top of the list as one of my favorite organs.

That reminds me of the Allan Sherman song from many years ago. Humour seems to have aged as well.

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