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    Hoosier Hysteria

    Can someone provide a list of recruits confirmed for HH? Please and thanks
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    Hoosiers In the NBA

    I never said that but i did say i dont think he is top 10 to 15 because he is not clutch. No disputing that 1. I like him but to be the stud go to top 10ish player you need to be a cold blooded assassin. PG is a likable soft cuddly teddy bear๐Ÿ˜
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    OT: Mitochondrial Awareness Week

    Today i wanted to start off by sharing some of the things Ayden goes through on a daily basis. I am so blessed and thankful for him. I know that others endure far worse but when it's your own child it is just unexplainable. Some of the symptoms Ayden faces. Fatigue,muscle pain and cramps,low muscle tone, respiratory issues,small stature,no appetite,chronic sickness,weak immune system, prone to pneumonia and the common cold has him down for days. He runs high fevers when he is sick. Most days we carry him out of bed because his legs hurt so bad and are stiff. We massage them while he does breathing treatments. We force him to eat because he does not feel hunger. He takes Carnatine and COQ 10 medicinal supplements. A full day of school wears him out but he never lets it stop him. He currently plays baseball and is beginning karate. We recently decided to give up basketball due to the difficulty with recovery. He is picking up golf instead. He is a straight A student Treasurer of student council and my hero. I love him more than anything in this world and thank you for allowing me to tell you about MY MITO WARRIOR!!
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    OT: Mitochondrial Awareness Week

    Another MIGHTY MITO WARRIOR
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    OT: Mitochondrial Awareness Week

    Since mitochondrial diseases are incurable, no treatments can be given to these patients. MITO MYTH Even though these disorders are long term and incurable, treatments are available. Early treatment of symptoms can reduce symptoms or slow the decline in health. Avoiding certain medications and medical stressors that worsen symptoms is also helpful. Certain medications and supplements may improve mitochondrial disease-related symptoms.
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    Trayce Jackson-Davis

    7 to 10 days apart
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    James Bouknight Commits to UConn

    Thank u. I for one appreciate what you share with us
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    James Bouknight Commits to UConn

    Are u hearing or seeing positive chemistry and relationship wirh KB.
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    James Bouknight Commits to UConn

    I feel pretty confident he will be at HH
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    James Bouknight Commits to UConn

    Is Stewart one of those?๐Ÿ˜
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    Trayce Jackson-Davis

    Thank you!!
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    OT: Mitochondrial Awareness Week

    MY MITO WARRIOR!! I LOVE YOU AYDEN THANK YOU FOR TEACHING ME WHAT COURAGE LOOKS LIKE!!
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    OT: Mitochondrial Awareness Week

    Information from Mito Action http://www.mitoaction.org/green-ribbon-project
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    Fife, Crean, and Izzo

    Walk into a bar...
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