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Muhamad
2012-03-31 15:10:46
If you truly cannot aforfd Protonix then1. Talk to your MD about Zantac or Pepcid2. Many drug companies have programs to provide free meds to poor people ask your MD3. Put the legs at the head of your bed up on 6" blocks. This will raise the head of your bed so that gravity minimizes movement of acid into your esophagus.4. Avoid caffeine,alcohol, acidic foods5. If appropriate use Generic Mylanta or Riopan at bedtime, ask your MD

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Ramon
2015-12-02 13:10:48
There were many top women mathematicians in the field who paciirtpated in the workshop. I guess it means they find the workshop useful, otherwise they won't participate in it. I am sure they have enough invitations for the workshops, so if they didn't like this one, they wouldn't actively participate.//tanechka_f, somehow I didn't manage to sign the comment with my livejournal accountIsn't it a serious argument for the usefulness of the workshop?Also I didn't quiet get what are the obvious minuses of the workshop. ntsil points at a couple of possible minuses. First, men are going to feel discriminated. Really? Why? It's not like most of workshops, programs, university positions in the field are women only. It is just ONE workshop. And in general the minority can't discriminate the majority, no matter how much it tries.The second argument is that it creates the idea of "zoo". I guess it means that such workshops encourage to treat women differently than men. Why is that?
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