August 4th, 2009

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From Twitter 08-03-2009


  • 07:58:46: I seem to be awake.
  • 13:09:50: RT @smarthart: 20,000 UK problem families under 24-hour CCTV super-vision in their own homes. http://bit.ly/HtBQc #bct09 (via @AmandaFClark)
  • 14:02:35: trying to work out how to make part of an image transparent. have PS, Illus, IR and more but can't seem to see how.
  • 14:04:27: @pixeldiva Yay lucky you! Spiders kill flies, mosquitoes, wasps and so many other more nasty bugs!
  • 14:16:02: @ndixon All one layer though.
  • 14:16:55: @NorwichGrrl No audio this time? (chapter VIII of #fairyland) Pity...
  • 17:36:24: Splitting headache, spotting and painkillers that aren't...
  • 20:28:57: I was sure I used to use an app that could select 'transparent' as a colour and then floodfill with it. Maybe back in my windoze days.
  • 20:42:30: MerelyMe: Laughing or crying for no reason? It may be your MS: ... http://bit.ly/17QtyY (via @MSHealthCentral)
  • 20:51:31: @pixeldiva *hugs*
  • 20:53:07: @Hedgewytch Noooooooo! *hugs*
  • 22:38:32: @NorwichGrrl Yay! Awesome!
  • 22:57:49: @pixeldiva I could not find the option to turn ON receiving DMs by SMS! :(
  • 22:58:41: @pixeldiva Knitting therapy iz gud! Also, iz zen!
  • 23:00:06: @NeilCFord *crash* *crunch* Ooops. *lift rug* *brush under* There, he won't notice. (via @sbisson) You beat me to it! *crashes comps & nwrk*
  • 23:04:55: OMG GUISE I HEARD ON FACEBOOK THEY USE DOGS AS SHARK BAIT IN FRANCE! WE HAVE TO DO SOMETHING! (via @petecooper) Um... LOL?

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Swine flu and MS

The NHS Choices website reports that whilst the risk profile of the swine flu virus is still being studied, it is already known that certain groups are more vulnerable. This includes people with chronic neurological conditions including MS who are advised to start taking antivirals as soon as they are confirmed with the illness.

When a vaccine becomes available, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation has advised that people in clinical risk groups, which include some people with a long-term (chronic) condition and their carers, will be priority groups for treatment.


Swine flu | A to Z of MS | MS Trust - Information, education, research and support