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Michelle Wright
Doctor nurse (PhD + RN) , bibliophile, & avid runner. I love all things omic & women's health. Run, read, analyze, translate, repeat.
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Michelle Wright 14h
Replying to @SamBernsteinRN
Thank you, just hoping it clears up quick. Feels kind of ridiculous being taken out by my ear 🤦🏻‍♀️
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Michelle Wright 14h
Replying to @SamBernsteinRN
My ear is killing me. It hurts to even walk because I can feel the vibrations in my ear resulting in stabbing pain. Plus I’m crabby that my day has been wasted in Dr. office & trying to get the pharmacy to fill my Rx. So much for the productive day I had planned.
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Michelle Wright 15h
I understand why kids are so cranky when the get ear infections. Incapacitated by my second one this year. Doc couldn’t even see my eardrum & waiting for my Rx drops from the pharmacy is torture 😣
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Michelle Wright 15h
I love it because there is a lot of variety. Different mediations for different situations, packs - 30 session courses -for things (e.g., anxiety, anger), sleep mediations etc. On my longest streak yet, has helped reduce my insomnia & keep anxiety in check.
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Michelle Wright 16h
I remember seeing a case report a while back, going to keep following this literature -> Increase in Ketoacidosis (24.1% vs 44.7%) in Children With Newly Diagnosed Type 1 Diabetes During the COVID-19 Pandemic in Germany
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Michelle Wright 16h
Replying to @NurseBrennaM
Yeah, it’s already a challenge trying to keep bots away &, if all this craziness is true, just takes things to a while new level.
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Emily Wissel 🦠 17h
If you plan on getting an absentee ballet, do that TODAY. Everything is slower bc its delivered by mail. I sent my GA application TWO WEEKS ago by mail, email, and fax and GA still says they haven't received anything!!
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Michelle Wright 16h
Replying to @NurseBrennaM
I’m not entirely sure. There was something going on about C. elegans & now there was apparently a fake account of a scientist made by another scientist & started outrage because it said they died of covid. Idk what is happening.
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Michelle Wright 18h
Science twitter has been wild lately.
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Michelle Wright Aug 2
Nice thread bringing things together. I really hope there is a pool of covid research dollars devoted to the long haulers & the people with no symptoms that are still having organs damaged. Even if we get a vaccine, we still have to address the damage & subsequent chronic disease
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Zoë McLaren, PhD Aug 2
Skipping Phase 3 of clinical trials and rushing out a COVID-19 vaccine is a *terrible* idea. It goes against medical ethics, puts people at greater risk and undermines trust in the vaccine approval system. It causes more problems than it tries to solve. Let me explain. 1/10
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Michelle Wright Aug 1
Replying to @DocElovitz
Awesome, thank you! I’m going to look up your papers & will send an email if I have more questions.
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Michelle Wright Aug 1
Replying to @DocElovitz
I thought so, seems like many of the inflammatory markers fell out of favor. Seems like they are making a resurgence because people are comparing them to other omic measures, so trying to dig back up accurate reference ranges (if there are any).
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Michelle Wright Aug 1
Thank you!
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Michelle Wright Aug 1
have any of you or your epi friends looked at this?
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Michelle Wright Aug 1
Replying to @Znode @ManelWatchUS
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Jan Claesen Jun 24
Wow! Cross-kingdom horizontal gene transfer in the skin microbiome. The skin fungus Malassezia has acquired bacterial flavohemoglobins and uses them for nitrosative stress resistance.
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Michelle Wright Aug 1
Replying to @BethWiden
*hs-CRP I still need an edit button
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Michelle Wright Aug 1
Cc: have you studied ha-CRP related to adiposity during pregnancy?
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Michelle Wright Aug 1
Honestly, if there isn’t much out there it’s a good idea for a paper/study. It would be nice to know what is “normal” across pregnancy & preg vs non-preg, accounting for adiposity. Conversely, if there is a lot out there, a meta-analysis might be informative & useful
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