physiology

Will you paint my embryo? St. Louis artists, moms turn fertility struggles into business | Local Business

[ad_1] MILLSTADT — For nine months, everywhere Roxy Jenkins went, she carried a black-and-white photograph of an embryo. It had taken Jenkins, a teacher from this Illinois village, five years to get pregnant. When her daughter, Cora, turned 3, Jenkins looked at the picture again. It was more than a cluster of cells, she thought. …

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Commentary: Rid yourself of rotten potatoes and rotten relationships | Chanhassen Opinion

[ad_1] Anything rotten in your life and causing a stink? What happened in our life this morning got us thinking about this subject. We were greeted by a mess — a bag of potatoes that obviously were rotting. Even if we hadn’t seen the brown juice oozing out of the bag, we would have known …

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