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Here is a great group I found on Facebook. It is called Pernicious Anaemia Society and here is the link: https://www.facebook.com/groups/108861749243527/

Here is an paragraph from one of their posted: (this article has many links provided that may be of interest) 3. A research article by Scand J Haematol(l980) 25,401406 states that B12 levels are dependent on folate status. This means that a person could be folate deficient which causes the B12 level to go low. Once the person is treated with folic acid this also returns the B12 level to normal. However, if you are already deficient in B12 and getting B12 injections the artiicle may explain why it seems the injections are not working the way they should. When your folate level is low, it causes the B12 analogues (inactive B12) to increase and the cobalamin (active B12) to decrease. Inactive B12 or B12 analogues is the B12 your body cannot convert. Active B12 is the B12 your body needs and can use…Methylcobalamin and Adenosylcobalamin are the two active forms of B12 and are what your body converts cyanocobalamin and hydroxocobalamin injections to. The link to the research article is below:


3. Learn as much as you can about PA because most doctors are not forthcoming with information regarding PA/B12 Deficiency. You can read more on PA at the following links below:




and for more information including many research articles please visit the Pernicious Anaemia Society website and click on forum:



I’m a 37 yr old mother of 3. Not over weight, no thyroid problems. i’ve been having numbness in my right thigh. I get up an immediately fall. This has become more frequent as of the past 3 weeks. the symptoms have included, tingling and cool feeling up my leg. tingling in feet and hands. Headache, nausea and dizziness and tiredness. I just had and MRI and MRA today. They also ran some tests… B12 204, MCH 34.3, MCV 100.3, RDW 12.1 and RBC, Auto 3.72. is this just what B12 deficiency does or could there be something else that the MRI/MRA will show?


meli d says

I understand that glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup Ready herbicide, chelates minerals in plants so that they still test as being there but are unavailable to the plant. Have we considered it’s having the same effect on humans and other animals? http://www.google.com/search?q=percentage+crops+roundup+readyie=utf-8oe=utf-8aq=trls=org.mozilla:en-US:officialclient=firefox-a And now we’re going to feed roundup ready alfafa to cattle across the country.


Michelle says

Although children are often affected by the same ear, nose and throat conditions as adults, they are often more susceptible to these conditions and require special care to treat these conditions. Our doctors are specially trained to diagnose and treat a wide range of ear, nose and throat conditions affecting children including Tonsillitis, Sleep Apnea, Ear infections such as Otitis Media and Otitis Externa (Swimmer’s Ear), Hearing Loss, Tympanic membrane perforations (holes in the ear drum), Nosebleeds, Sinusitis, Nasal obstruction, Tongue Tie, as well as other disorders such as neck lumps and masses.

What are the tonsils and adenoids?

Tonsils and adenoids are similar to the lymph nodes. They are the body’s first line of defense as part of the immune system. They sample bacteria and viruses that enter the body through the mouth or nose, but they sometimes become infected. The tonsils are the two round lumps in the back of the throat. Adenoids are high in the throat, above the roof of the mouth and at the very back of the nose. They and are not visible through the mouth or nose without special instruments.

What affects the tonsils and adenoids?

The two most common problems affecting the tonsils and adenoids are recurrent infections of the nose and throat, and significant enlargement that causes nasal obstruction and/or breathing, swallowing, and sleep problems.

Abscesses around the tonsils, chronic tonsillitis, and infections of small pockets within the tonsils that produce foul-smelling white deposits can also affect the tonsils and adenoids, making them sore and swollen. Cancers of the tonsil, while uncommon, require early diagnosis and aggressive treatment.

Tonssilitis and its Symptoms

Tonsillitis is an infection of the tonsils. The tonsils can become swollen, red, and coated. Patients can have a sore throat, change in voice, discomfort swallowing, swollen lymph nodes, fevers and bad breath.

Enlarged Tonsils and/or Adenoids and its Symptoms

Enlarged adenoids may make it hard to breathe through the nose, cause mouth breathing, a nasal voice, chronic runny nose, and recurrent ear infections. Enlarged tonsils can cause snoring at night, restless sleep, pausing for a few seconds at night, and difficulty swallowing.

How are tonsil and adenoid disease treated?

Bacterial infections of the tonsils, especially those caused by Strep, are first treated with antibiotics. Removal of the tonsils (tonsillectomy) and/or adenoids (adenoidectomy) may be recommended if these infections are recurrent despite antibiotic therapy. It may also be recommended in cases of difficulty breathing due to enlarged tonsils and/or adenoids.

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After Surgery

There are several postoperative problems that may arise. These include pain, difficulty swallowing, vomiting, fever, and ear pain. Rarely, bleeding from the mouth or nose may occur after surgery. If the patient has any bleeding, your surgeon should be notified immediately. It is also important to drink plenty of liquids after surgery to avoid dehydration.

Any questions or concerns you have should be discussed openly with your surgeon.

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Default: 4.0.

The default timeout in seconds before we give up establishing a connection to the AMQP server. This setting is disabled when using gevent.


The broker connection timeout only applies to a worker attempting to connect to the broker. It does not apply to producer sending a task, see for how to provide a timeout for that situation.

Default: Enabled.

Automatically try to re-establish the connection to the AMQP broker if lost.

The time between retries is increased for each retry, and is not exhausted before is exceeded.

Default: 100.

Maximum number of retries before we give up re-establishing a connection to the AMQP broker.

If this is set to or , we’ll retry forever.

Default: .

Set custom amqp login method.

New in version 2.2.

Default: (empty list).

A sequence of modules to import when the worker starts.

This is used to specify the task modules to import, but also to import signal handlers and additional remote control commands, etc.

The modules will be imported in the original order.

Default: (empty list).

Exact same semantics as , but can be used as a means to have different import categories.

The modules in this setting are imported after the modules in .

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Default: Number of CPU cores.

The number of concurrent worker processes/threads/green threads executing tasks.

If you’re doing mostly I/O you can have more processes, but if mostly CPU-bound, try to keep it close to the number of CPUs on your machine. If not set, the number of CPUs/cores on the host will be used.

Default: 4.

How many messages to prefetch at a time multiplied by the number of concurrent processes. The default is 4 (four messages for each process). The default setting is usually a good choice, however – if you have very long running tasks waiting in the queue and you have to start the workers, note that the first worker to start will receive four times the number of messages initially. Thus the tasks may not be fairly distributed to the workers.

To disable prefetching, set worker_prefetch_multiplier to 1. Changing that setting to 0 will allow the worker to keep consuming as many messages as it wants.

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CSE-IT Contact Info Keller Hall - Room 1-201 Office Hours: M-F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM 612-625-0876 csehelp@umn.edu Or use the red phone in the labs.

Setting up a Repository

When choosing a directory to store your SVN repository, you should make sure there is enough space to store all of the projects that you will have in your repository. In order to set up a simple SVN repository, go to the directory where you want to set up the SVN repository and follow the steps below. Please note that these instructions are going to be relative to where you are making changes. You will have to remember the location of the repository that you set up.

Create the repository

Create a file structure for your project

The recommended file structure for a SVN project is:

You will need to set up a temporary directory with this file structure.

Import files into the repository

If your unversioned project files are on a lab computer or on the same machine as the repository:

% svn import <project_name> file:///<path_to_repository>/<svn_project> -m "Initial import"

If you have problems executing the import statement as given above using the file notation, or if you are importing project files from a laptop or home computer:

% svn import <project_name> svn+ssh://<host_name>/<path_to_repository>/<svn_project> -m "Initial import"

Where <host_name> is the name of a lab computer in the domain where your project is located.

Now a list of the subversion root directory should look like this:

% svn list file:///<path_to_repository> <svn_project>

And a list of the project should look like this:

% svn list file:///<path_to_repository>/<svn_project> branches/ tags/ trunk/


Once you can successfully checkout a copy of your project, you can delete the old local directory with your original, unversioned project files.

% rm -rf <project_name>/

Basic Commands

Checking out a copy

Updating your copy

To update your working copy with all of the changes that have been committed to the project repository:

When you update a directory, everything under that directory will be recursively updated. If you want to update your entire working copy of a repository, you just need to a svn update in the root directory of your working copy. You can also update an individual file in your working copy:

% svn update <path_to_file>/<file_name>

Check Status

To check the status of your working copy against the repository:

% svn status

There are several common statuses that file can have:

"M" - indicates that your copy of the file has been modified. "A" - indicates that you have added the file to subversion, but have not committed the change. "?" - indicates that Subversion doesn’t know about this file. "C" - indicates a file content conflict that Subversion cannot resolve.

Commit Changes

When you commit any change, you will be prompted to add a message describing the changes that are being checked in.

See changes in your repository

Resolving Conflict

Sometimes Subversion can’t resolve differences between your working copy and the latest version in the repository. If you run y, Subversion will print out a “C” status for conflicted files.

When a conflict occurs, the following message will be printed out:

% Conflict discovered in '<file_name>'. Select: (p) postpone, (df) diff-full, (e) edit, (mc) mine-conflict, (tc) theirs-conflict, (s) show all options:

If you choose to postpone (p) the conflict, for each conflicted file, Subversion will create three new files -

You will need to figure out how to merge the versions manually within your working copy, then run:

% svn resolved <file_name>

Note: 'svn resolved' will remove the three files that Subversion created during the failed update. If you want to preserve any of these files, copy them to a different file name before you run 'svn resolved'. Once you have run 'svn resolved', you can re-run 'svn commit'.

If you need to, you can always delete your working copy of a file and do an svn update to check out the latest version of that file. Example:

% rm <path_to_working_copy>/<file_name> % svn update <path_to_working_copy>/<file_name>

This will restore <file_name> with a fresh copy from the repository.

Getting Help

Sharing with Others

If you have multiple people who want to work on a project you can send an email to csehelp@umn.edu to get a group set up. You will need to include a name for the group in the email, this should be 8 characters or fewer, the names of everyone that needs to be added to the group, and the University Internet ID or CS username of each person that needs to be added to the group.

Once you have a group create, you will need to set the group for the svn repository. Go into the directory above the root directory of the svn repository that you want to share with the group and run the following command:

% chgrp -R <group_name> /<svn_root_directory>

Every time that you create a new project, you will have to make sure the correct group is set by running the same command on the new project directory.


This is a very minimal introduction to svn. There are a lot of great online resources that will help you really dig in and learn how to use it. Here are a couple to get your started:


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