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Re: address change

It is the part under the beak. It has a substance that is like the
cartilage around your knee. The body absorbs it in time, that's why the
continuous shots.

"Synvisc an injectable medication called hyaluronan. Injectable
hyaluronan is often referred to by its most commonly known brand name of
"Synvisc." Other brand names of hyaluronan include Orthovisc, Euflexxa,
and Supartz.

Synvisc is typically administered as a series of three injections into
the knee joint, each injection spaced about one week apart. Synvisc has
been shown to help alleviate arthritis symptoms for 6 months, and to
delay the need for knee replacement surgery.

Hyaluronan, the name of the substance in Synvisc, is present in normal
joint fluid and responsible for the lubricating properties of normal
joint fluid. The lubricating effects of joint fluid allows for the
cartilage surfaces of joints to glide upon each other in a smooth
fashion. By injecting Synvisc into a knee joint, some people consider
this a so-called joint lubrication. This is why you may hear of Synvisc
as a 'motor oil' for the knee joint. Hyaluronan has also been shown to
have anti-inflammatory properties, and may help protect remaining
cartilage in the joint. "

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Kitty" <kmrsy@comcast.net> 
To: gardenchat@hort.net 
Sent: Tuesday, September 1, 2009 8:17:58 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern 
Subject: Re: [CHAT] address change 

A fast connection is SO worth it. But I doubt I'll ever end up w a laptop. 

Rooster waddle? You mean the wattle, the part around the neck? How does 
that help; what does it contain that helps? 

neIN, Zone 5 
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "BONNIE_HOLMES" <bonnie_holmes@comcast.net> 
To: "Garden Chat" <gardenchat@hort.net> 
Sent: Tuesday, September 01, 2009 2:45 PM 
Subject: [CHAT] address change 

> Hi, I finally got tired of excruciatingly slow dial-up service and 
> having to reset many of my options every time Microsoft updated. So, I 
> bought a MAC laptop, a router so I could connect anywhere in the house, 
> and signed up with Comcast. So, my new address is: 
> Bonnie_Holmes@comcast.net . 
> I had a young college man help with the yard and gardens for about 7 
> days. He was a hard worker...had to tell him to take a break and drink 
> something...and he ended up taking 2 tons by weight of brush and vine to 
> the landfill. 
> My arm is doing much better...Dr. says with this third surgery it is a 
> good as it gets so it has slowed me down considerably...no more lifting 
> 40 lb bags. Also, I am now part rooster but my Clemson relatives and 
> neighbor still accept me. Over the years, I have worn a small spot on my 
> knee. It is the spot where my right knee touches first when I go to 
> kneel down. To keep it from getting worse, I have to take three shots 
> made from rooster waddle every 6 to 9 months. It does make a difference. 
> Our garden did well this year...good crops of garlic, onions, figs, and 
> raspberries. So, so of tomatoes and cantaloupe. I think it is because of 
> a wetter and cooler August...especially the second half. 
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