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a-man-n-progress:

cancerousdan:

ferrickhistoryts:

if you are not scared yet

you would be scared as fuck if you would know how easy to develop a cancer. 

Everyone should pay attention for signs of cancer. Catching it in the first stages could save your life. When i was 12 i found a swollen lump under the skin of my armpit while showering. A few months later i was in surgery for removal and later found.out it was hodgkins lymphoma and it had already begin to spread. 6 yrs of fighting. Radiation. Chemo. Surgeries. And ive been in remission for 7 yrs now. But i have a cancer you live with for life technically its dorment inside my body. So i must always watch for signs. Cancer is not a joke. And if you know anyone who has it or has had it. Please be supportive. And remember how important it is to watch for signs that you could have cancer. And always see a DR never self diagnose through webMD.

thenewenlightenmentage:

Neuroscience Might Be Taking Over the World
Neuroscience might be taking over the world with data on brain connections and replica projects, as well as applying data onto digital software applications for use in clinical studies. Recent reports praise, dispute, and test how the study of neuroscience is claiming to ease addiction, build a computerized replica of the human brain, and even improve focus by 400 percent.
Scientists from the University of Massachusetts Medical School are applying neuroscience research to areas of the brain which concentrate on addiction. In an interview with Boston’s NPR news station, W.B.U.R., scientists explain how addiction effects areas of the brain that would “hard-wire” it into recognizing and supporting an addiction. Searching for the “neural roots of addiction,” these scientists apply techniques like meditation and technology to ward off symptoms of addiction.
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thenewenlightenmentage:

Neuroscience Might Be Taking Over the World

Neuroscience might be taking over the world with data on brain connections and replica projects, as well as applying data onto digital software applications for use in clinical studies. Recent reports praise, dispute, and test how the study of neuroscience is claiming to ease addiction, build a computerized replica of the human brain, and even improve focus by 400 percent.

Scientists from the University of Massachusetts Medical School are applying neuroscience research to areas of the brain which concentrate on addiction. In an interview with Boston’s NPR news station, W.B.U.R., scientists explain how addiction effects areas of the brain that would “hard-wire” it into recognizing and supporting an addiction. Searching for the “neural roots of addiction,” these scientists apply techniques like meditation and technology to ward off symptoms of addiction.

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saddestsad:

rayqrayza:

ridthisfuckingcancer:

spongeyrocksrock:

patrickcolemanus:

yes, there are real friends and there are fake ones

I cried when I read this because I lost all of this :(

hahahah. I have no friends

I have like 2 friends :)

I want to know if I treat people with value.

Reblog if you’ll PUBLICLY answer anything in your ask right now.

creduli:

pleaaaase ask me things

blinkyxx:

boy the new dangan ronpa looks great

alvxandra:

oh look it’s the leader of the free world breaking the cardinal rule of chipotleimage

tastefullyoffensive:

"Who dares disturb my slumber?" [x]

pauladeenandporn:

when I first tweeted these I had to try to hide them from my two psychologist parents but then they got so big that my neighbor told them about it and so they sat me down to ask if I needed help.

sonschmarn:

Also, I’ve practiced.