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Toledo, Spain

Fachada e interior de"La Cure Gourmande", una fantástica tienda decorada de manera tradicional, a excepción del intenso color que lo domina todo, y que tiene en sus estantes manjares tales como galletas rellenas, olivas de chocolate, caramelos con pulpa de fruta natural, bombones, caramelos de palo artesanales…, y así hasta el infinito, o casi; productos desde un euro hasta los 40. Margen muy asequible en los tiempos que corren.

Facade and interior of "La Cure Gourmande", a fantastic shop decorated in traditional ways, except for the intense color that dominates everything, that has on its shelves filled with delicacies such as stuffed cookies, olives of chocolate, candies with natural fruit pulp, chocolates, candies handmade wooden …, and ad infinitum, or almost; goods from one euro to 40. Margin very affordable in these times.

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Oh Tuesday, why are you always so near the start of the week. Maybe you should swap places with Friday every once in a while. Anyway, I digress. We finally got to see these boards in situ at the Isle of Wight festival last weekend when we were djing for Pootopia. They provide toilets at festivals and they have hundreds of compostable toilets and are beautifying them with artwork on boards which fit into the toilet doors. Which is where we came in. We managed to get 32 finished over a weekend, which is eight shy of our self imposed target of forty but pretty good all the same. It was good to finally see some of our boards in situ although i’m pretty sure we failed to get any pictures – which is a bit rubbish but not entirely surprising.

This one is based on a huge billboard we did in Blackpool last year but then had to alter somewhat as the council weren’t happy with our text. C’est la vie…

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1826 Gloucester Journal Feb 27. A poor fellow of the name of JOHN COLE, met his death at the Bristol Infirmary, on Tuesday last, under singular but awful circumstances.

The deceased, who, it appears, was afflicted with the disease called St Vitus’ dance, had a shower bath ordered to be administered to him. In consequence, the nurse a blacksmith by trade, named REDWOOD, placed him in the bath, which is supplied with hot and cold water by two parallel pipes.

Redwood, knowing little of the process, turned the cock of one of the pipes to let in the water: the patient immediately screamed out, but Redwood, thinking this was only in consequence of the shock of the cold water, took no notice; in a few moments, however, he opened the door of the bath, when he found that he had unfortunately turned the wrong cock, and let in boiling water!

The deceased was taken out and put to bed, but his whole body was so dreadfully scalded, that, after lingering for 24 hours, he expired in great agony. Verdict, Accidental Death; but the Jury, by way of precaution, ordered that the two pipes should be placed as far apart as possible, and marked distinctly, hot and cold.

Water therapy in Georgian and Regency times

By the 18th Century the “water-cure” in its various forms became one of a number of standard treatments used by physicians and insane asylums when dealing with all manner of psychiatric conditions.

The two main types of water cure were the douche or cold shower and the balneum or bath. The douche required cold water be poured over the patient’s head or sprayed at the patient’s body to cool the heat of madness if insane, or rouse the depressed if suffering from melancholia. The bath was used to calm overwrought nerves and to encourage sleep.

In the early years of this type of therapy, most cures were performed out of doors near a source of water—the sea or a pond. This allowed for public viewing. However, as asylums, both public and private, became more widespread in the 18th Century, water cures were moved indoors. Inside and away from the public eye and an immediate source of water, so institutions and their practitioners developed inventive ways and a wide variety of apparatuses to deliver water therapy to the mad and melancholic.

What Is St Vitus’s Dance?

Involuntary, and sometimes bizarre, movements of the limbs and face characterize St Vitus dance, a symptom associated with rheumatic fever.

St Vitus’s dance, or also known as Sydenham’s chorea, is one of the symptoms of rheumatic fever, a disease that mainly affects children. Occasionally it does occur in early adult life, in particular in pregnancy or in someone who had it as a child. It is usually mild in such circumstances, and is given a special name, St. Vitus’s dance.

St. Vitus’s dance is a result of some of the body’s normal tissues becoming involved in a cross-fire between an invading bacterium and the body’s protective immune system.

Parts of the heart and joints, and probably the brain are inadvertently attacked by antibodies originally formed to combat the infection. Fortunately the brain does not seem to suffer permanent damage, though the heart may be affected and this may result in a heart valve trouble in later life.

Rarely, a similar illness, possibly not connected with rheumatic fever, can occur in those on the contraceptive pill or in those who have an excess of red blood cells.

St Vitus’s dance should be distinguished from another form of chorea, Huntington’s chorea, a rare hereditary condition. Although the two share the symptom of uncontrolled movement, Huntington’s chorea does not appear till late in adult life and causes progressive mental disorder.

Symptoms and dangers

The initial symptoms usually come on after the other signs of rheumatic fever have passed. There is a general fidgetiness, with jerking movements that resemble clumsiness. Writing often becomes affected and schoolwork declines. This, combined with mild irritability, contribute to the early signs being misinterpreted. However as the disorder worsens, the jerking movements become more bizarre and the limbs become very weak and floppy. The face is affected, resulting in odd grimaces. In some cases the weakness may amount to complete paralysis.

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Mole Removal Cream Instead of Surgery?

There is a safe way to naturally remove your unwanted moles without the thought of surgery. Many people have not even considered removing their moles naturally.

Despite its downsides, surgery seems to be the most known method for mole removal simply because it is what doctors or dermatologists normally recommend, when consulted about taking out a mole.

The natural method of mole removal is recommended highly and has no known downsides. Natural methods or cream procedures are not normally recommended by most doctors. Doctors have been educated to assist patients using means of surgeries and prescription drugs. Alternative methods have been considered to be out of the physicians field of expertise.

I’m sure you are also not that nave to realize how doctors can benefit from recommending surgery and synthetic drugs. But whether this is the reason or not for doctors not bringing up the natural alternative to you, there is substantial proof that nature has a better way of removing moles.

It is has been perceived that it can take much longer to see results when using the natural method. This is not necessarily true for the natural removal of moles. There are organic products made from herbs that have been proven to remove moles in a short amount of time. It is convenient for the customer, as well as proven to work quickly. Other home remedies such as apple cider, castor oil and baking soda solutions may not have the same results in working quickly and convenient for the customer.

You will find organic ingredients that contain bloodroot, which is a woodland herb that comes from northern regions of the United States and Canada. Bloodroot has been used as an alternative medicine in the treatment of mole removal for many many years.

Many may not wish to begin the process of purchasing bloodroot herbs and making their own paste. This can be tedious and time consuming process. There is a product that is natural and bloodroot based. It has been clinically tested to be safe for at-home use and available in ready-to-us packaging.

The bloodroot is able to eat the mole tissue away. If you were to use a pure dose of bloodroot, you may not see results for many months. With the bloodroot-based product that contains other ingredients, you will see a quicker process and successful results in the mole removal process.

If you want to learn more about a unique mole removal cream and how it will safely remove your moles in just 3 days, I highly recommend looking into the only clinic tested, doctor recommended mole remover on the market today.

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Theme of the Week – gratitude (first offering, unbelievalby): I am grateful for my nails. Sorry to start so shallow, but i do think I have the best nails. They are all real, not even any polish. ’tis the little things that get us through sometime. i am also grateful for Abe and this and other such groups. Love yas!

Check out the hubby’s stream. He is just starting out, is super-creative and getting into technical experimentation 🙂 Go give him so flickr lovin’.

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Puente del Inca – Explore
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Puente del Inca (Spanish "The Inca’s Bridge"), is a natural arch that forms a bridge over the Vacas River, a tributary of the Mendoza River. It is located in Mendoza Province, Argentina, near Las Cuevas.
Puente del Inca is also the name of the nearby hot springs. Scientists speculate that interaction of extreme elements like ice and hot springs was involved in the origin of the formation. They suppose that in ancient times ice covered the river and acted as support for avalanches of snow, dust and rocks. So the dust over the ice over the river would have served as a path for the sulfurous water and petrified the surface, so when the snow melted, the bridge remained by itself.
In March 1835, Charles Darwin visited this natural marvel, and made some drawings of the bridge with great stalactites.
In the early 20th century there was a large thermal resort and spa that used the hot springs to cure certain illnesses (a spa still survives further down the river at Cacheuta). There was a railway station, which is still standing, and tourists arrived by train to the resort. This was one of the last Argentine stations of the Transandine Railway before the train continued into Chile, traveling through a long tunnel under the Andes.