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Not sure if Glutathione will be covered in this talk, perhaps a subject for a future meetup - Glutathione, cause & impact of its deficiency, misuse & therapy along with its precursors such as N-acetylcysteine (NAC).
As for meeting location, Quarry Park & Westbrook works best for me.
0 · November 29
I probably won't have time to talk about glutathione at this event. There are many hormones to talk about ! :-)
0 · November 30
Thank your for responding.
0 · December 1
Still would appreciate a talk on Glutathione and its precursors such as NAC. It seems to be a promising subject getting both traditional and alternative medicine attention.
1 · December 1
I would also be very interested in hearing more about Glutathione, if you are considering next topics :)
Raymond & Neshat, It looks like the Organizers have left on "Suggesting a Meetup". Not trying to be ironic but maybe you can suggest this as a meetup.
0 · 6 days ago
Will talk to the organiser Sandra about the topic of Glutathione.
0 · 5 days ago
I'm really excited to attend this event. I have had my fair share of head injuries. I am very much looking forward to hearing what others have to say on the whole subject.
Arthur, you got me thinking. I know from a recent surface scan of some literature that the sheering that happens in one form of mTBI: Diffuse Axonal Injury (we had a meetup about https://www.meetup.com...), is not the primary damaging process, it is what is called the biochemical cascade or process that releases toxins and causes inflammation. | Their is indeed impacts to the endocrine system, esp. the Pituitary Gland : http://emedicine.meds..., https://www.headway.or..., http://www.brainline.... , https://www.ncbi.nlm.n.... What is interesting is that the same hormones, esp Growth Factor type hormones are also use din treatment (http://www.lifeextens...).
Tuesday is better than Monday and The Central Library is a good location, as it is on both LRT Routes, and near all BRT routes , with lots of free street parking after 6pm....It is also across the street from VEG-IN which is one of my favourite restaurants. ;-)
0 · November 7
Will check with Sandra,who is the organiser. Nicholls Family Library is very convenient too. It is at the LRT station.
1 · November 14
Both locations are very good for me, but I prefer the Central Library for numerous reasons! ;-)
I heard that the parking at Westbrook belongs to the mall, and they aren't very happy about people using their parking lot to access the LRT..... Westbrook Library users also might get confused with LRT users, and get penalized by parking control for using that lot??? The Westbrook Library also has no handicapped parking.
Anybody know more about the parking situation at Westbrook?
One size does not fit all. It is important to have them in different locations around town. For example if you keep the same night but move to a different location than westbrook on Tuesdays then I can no longer attend. And on Thursdays the Westbrook location works for me too. Other week nights that location doesnt work for me.
0 · November 26
Why are you only limited to Westbrook on Tuesdays & Thursdays? Just curious as to what would prevent you for accessing another location.
I am very grateful to the members which started this meet up.
2 · November 26
The credit goes to Sandra,Michael & Minda!
1 · November 30
Looking forward to attending new events
I would be able to attend Westbrook on Tuesdays Thursdays
There are different places and dates that work out for different people.
Central Library is good for me too!!! I work to 5 at the Harry Hays Building about a couple blocks from there
1 · November 24
I agree with Atul. The Central Library is a good location.
1 · November 13
0 · November 5
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