\”The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation,\” said the great American author Henry David Thoreau, an observation seemingly borne out by a new city Health Department study. Answer, and the island
First of all, HS asked if my rheumatological symptoms were thought to be the result of Desoxyn. That was ultimately the conclusion reached, but only because when I stopped taking the Desoxyn, the symptoms disappeared. HOWEVER, I have another theory. I suffered from the symptoms when I lived in a loft apartment. Up in the loft there was a fine white powder that covered everything. I was constantly wiping it away, but I was so ill then, I mostly didn’t clean it up. It got in my food and in my drink and I didn’t care. The paint in that place was peeling and the walls were cracked, and the place was an unbelievable mess. I didn’t clean at all. There were bugs and cat feces and old food. It was truly disgusting, and I was really out of it. When I moved out of there, my overall health improved, as did the rheumy symptoms. That was also the same time I went to rehab, so who knows?
Also, just FYI, your fantasy island is NOT Staten Island, as you’ll see from the below article. But I love this leade, by Lisa Schneider:
“The mass of men lead lives of quiet desperation,” said the great American author Henry David Thoreau, an observation seemingly borne out by a new city Health Department study.
SOURCE :- by liz Spikol
Anxiety, depression dominate Islanders’ lives, health officials find