Yea, he is that all right. 2.9% every eight days isn't much. Seriously, if it were me I would buy the B12 vitamin. You get double the amount for your money. I wonder if cyanide comes is different sizes.
15352-- that 6 since 4 and growing as we speak- lololol--under just the c hrtty allias--plus of course the new "puppet alias"---22 already all in one ay---ya dont have long to grow up alan--lolol--You is pathetic loser (thumbs down down down)
23 ratings ---on hee haw---goes to show the lunacy of this board---bunch of jerky boys for sure---dont you guys unnerstand alan/chrty is fun in bad weather but he just aint worth the time of day on a good one---keep givin him yer time and he wins so he thinks---sad life when all ya have in life is being king of the mountain on a yahoo message board--rain is endng that good--have good weekend agan chrty talkin to yerself---
looks like we up to 15346 under this alias alone WOW 351---since then---magine if ya added in the other alias's-- if ya aint getting paid you is stupider than i thought---what kind of fool would spend that time----lolololo (rolling on the floor) emoticon for sure
From the June 2011 edition of the Mayo Clinic Health Letter:
Mayo Clinic researchers have found that Vitamin D blood levels may affect the speed at which a typically slower growing form of leukemia - chronic leukocytic leukemia (CLL) progresses. The findings link low Vitamin D levels with much faster progression of CLL.
Mayo Clinic researchers say their findings add to growing evidence that low Vitamin D may be a risk factor for the development and progression of a number of cancers.
The November 2007 issue of Scientific American had 6-page article on Vitamin D3, and its strong anti-germ abilities.
Thus I suggest people consider daily doses of VitD3, at level of 5,000IU each day, to build a strong immune system and thus reduce the risks of pneumonia.