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- Mental Health Humor By Chato Stewart

Can We Talk Turkey About Paranoia And Intuition

Let us Talk Turkey about paranoia and intuition!  I believe, there is a fine line between the realm of paranoia and intuition. A line so fine I must reason it starts intuitively at the first signs of paranoia.

Nevertheless, intuition seems to be reflective not only on psychological factors but many environmental factors. Yet, the same time it parallels with many paranoia symptomologies.

While the paranoia is enough to drive me seriously sideways and upside down over some imaginary nonissue that is slowly growing into a problem in my mind. I intuitively have to...
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- Mental Health Humor By Chato Stewart

Don’t Fear The Zika

Zika, there are 35 locally acquired mosquito-borne cases reported in the United States, but Travel-associated cases reported are over 2,686 and counting according to the *CDC Stats. Include US Territories and you can add 14,000 more cases mostly from Puerto Rico.
The History Of Zika...
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- Mental Health Humor By Chato Stewart

How Does Zika Spread?

After my research, I learned Zika was not new, identified since 1947 ("damned dirty apes!")  While the "associated" with of Guillain-Barré syndrome and microcephaly (catastrophic as microcephaly might happen).  Does really matter to me per sa - The...
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- Mental Health Humor By Chato Stewart

Do You Fear Zika

Zika, there are 100 locally acquired mosquito-borne cases reported in the United States, but Travel-associated cases reported are over 3,713 (and counting according to the *CDC Stats. Include US Territories, and you can add 24,118 (30 days early only 14,000) more cases most from Puerto Rico. ()...
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- Mental Health Humor By Chato Stewart

The History Of Zika

The History Of ZIKA - I first found out that the Zika Virus is not new.  I actually thought it was a brand new vector-borne virus.  The World Health Organization "first identified in Uganda in 1947 ." Zika was in the monkeys!
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