• Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 25 (2015)
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    Universal Orlando Halloween Horror Nights 25 (2015)

    [drops of water] [foot steps] [moderate breathing] [foot steps] [burning sounds] [heavy breathing] [music: “Pop! Goes the Weasel”] [laugh] [music: “Pop! Goes the Weasel”] [heavy breathing]>>Yes…. [laughing] [grunts] [knife sounds] [squeeking sounds] [laughing]>>Looks like I win! Again. [laughing] [screaming] [grunts]>>Why not? [laughing]>>Did you miss me? [heavy breathing] [music rock version of “Pop! Goes the Weasel”]]

  • Making Universal Donor Blood From Other Blood Types | Headline Science
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    Making Universal Donor Blood From Other Blood Types | Headline Science

    Whether it’s a hurricane, earthquake or other disaster, those who are affected by crisis usually need four vital things: food, shelter, water and blood. In particular, O-type blood because it can be safely given to any patient. Now, scientists say they have identified enzymes from the human gut that can turn type A and B blood into type O up to 30 times more efficiently than previously studied enzymes. Type A or B blood has specific sugars on the outside of its cells. These sugars are recognized by the immune system, and if they don’t match the type of blood that’s already in an individual, those cells are destroyed. Because…

  • Blood Light – Ep. 2 Intervention with a Vampire
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    Blood Light – Ep. 2 Intervention with a Vampire

    SFX – Bottles clanging together. So the retards at Duane Reede jacked up the price of synthetic blood again… What the fuck is going on here? Hi, Alexis my name is Philip and I’m.. It’s Alex And I know who you are, you threw us out of support group. what’s he doing here Ethan? I called him Alexis. Ass. Alas this is what I’m talking about, she needs help. What the fuck do I need help with? Alexis you have anger issues. And this is an invention. You have got to be fucking kidding me. This is a safe place Alexis. I’m outta here. What? Ethan you’re right she does…

  • Living With and Managing Iron-Deficiency Anemia
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    Living With and Managing Iron-Deficiency Anemia

    SUSAN: I think I had been anemic for a very long time. I was working full time and in graduate school full time, so of course I’m tired. I thought my lifestyle was causing this, and I did not think there was an underlying medical condition. I work very hard and really love my job. I love to travel and do that as much as I can. I try and take full advantage of this great city that I live in. I’ve got a nice dog named Abbot. It’s great to have a dog, especially in the city. It gets you out walking. Before diagnosis, I was just abundantly tired.…