1. My MS Treatment

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    It's important to be able to make informed decisions on the treatments you going to undergo, especially if they're drugs that you're going to be on for a long time. Here I discuss the options that worked for me.

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    • Regional Bee Inspector Bob Wellemeyer - Bee Diseases & Pests

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      Mr. Bob Wellemeyer is a Regional Bee Apiary inspector from the Warranten Office of the Virginia Department of Agriculture. He was a guest instructor at a Beginning Beekeeping class at the Prince William Regional Beekeepers Association (PWRBA). This class was taught on February 24, 2011. Thank you Bob for sharing your expertise.

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      • How Does This End?

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        • Ya Basta Malaria!

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          Trailer for Sheffield Market

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          • Cosmetic Dentistry West Bromwich

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            West Bromwich Dentist Dr Shobhna Chauhan provides the full range of cosmetic dentistry treatments including smile makeovers veneers and teeth whitening. http://www.ismile.uk.com

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            • The Great American Condom Campaign

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              The Great American Condom Campaign is a youth-led grassroots movement to make the U.S. a sexually healthy nation. Each year, GACC members give out 1,000,000 Trojan Brand condoms on college campuses across the United States, educate their peers about sexual health, and organize to improve the policies that affect young people's health and lives. www.amplifyyourvoice.com/gacc A One Day New Media Production Account Executive: Caressa Alan Director: Corbin Scott Art Director: Laura Brewer Writer: Lara Deford Editors: Allen Baclig & Corbin Scott © One Day New Media

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              • Prayercast | DR Congo

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                The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DR Congo), known until 1997 as Zaire, is roughly one-quarter the size of the United States and home to over 68 million people. Its lush jungles and mountainous landscapes are extremely rich in natural resources. Yet against this backdrop, the DR Congo has experienced the world's deadliest conflict since World War II, with violence and unrest beginning in 1996 and continuing, in varying degrees, to the present day. Rebel groups attacking villages and carrying off civilians, widespread rape, and unspeakable torture are among the hours that have been and still are being experienced as of 2010. Thousands also continue to die each month from starvation and sickness. In all, it is estimated that up to 5.4 million people have lost their lives to war, famine, and disease over the past 14 years, and the nation's economy has been left in shambles. The church is the one institution that has survived as a source of stability and hope amidst the devastations and is vital in the rebuilding of a nations scarred by emotional and physical wounds. Amidst widespread nominalism and moral compromise, there is also a great need for spiritual leaders who will call people to true discipleship in Christ. Praise God that He is building His church in the DR Congo and that the gates of Hell will not prevail against it.

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                • Lisa first fell ill

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                  • Haiti: Where Did The Money Go? - Episode 5

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                    In January 2010, a 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti. The international community, including one out of two Americans, pledged billions of dollars in aid, yet the nation has seen little improvement. Three hundred thousand died, nearly two million live in ramshackle tent cities. Cholera has swept through the population, killing thousands and hospitalizing many others. Only about 2% of the rubble has been cleared. Is this what you expected when you pledged your aid dollars? Independent journalists Film@11.tv journeyed to Haiti in November 2010 to see the situation for themselves, and dig into the burning question: what happened to all that money?

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                    • Haiti: Where Did The Money Go? - Episode 4

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                      In January 2010, a 7.0 earthquake devastated Haiti. The international community, including one out of two Americans, pledged billions of dollars in aid, yet the nation has seen little improvement. Three hundred thousand died, nearly two million live in ramshackle tent cities. Cholera has swept through the population, killing thousands and hospitalizing many others. Only about 2% of the rubble has been cleared. Is this what you expected when you pledged your aid dollars? Independent journalists Film@11.tv journeyed to Haiti in November 2010 to see the situation for themselves, and dig into the burning question: what happened to all that money?

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