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COSTOCHONDRITIS IN FIBROMYALGIA

COSTOCHONDRITIS IN FIBROMYALGIA

Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden. Princess Margaret was the only sister of Queen Elizabeth. She was married to Antony Armstrong-Jones, but she actually wanted to marry one of her father's equerries, Capt. Peter Townsend. She was denied this marriage because he was a divorced older man. She and Armstrong-Jones had two children before they divorced. Princess Margaret died of lung disease and a series of strokes in 2002.

Princess Margaret, Countess of Snowden. Princess Margaret was the only sister of Queen Elizabeth. She was married to Antony Armstrong-Jones, but she actually wanted to marry one of her father's equerries, Capt. Peter Townsend. She was denied this marriage because he was a divorced older man. She and Armstrong-Jones had two children before they divorced. Princess Margaret died of lung disease and a series of strokes in 2002.

Famine stricken man sitting on the sidewalk in the Warsaw ghetto. The presence of the photographer has attracted onlookers, August 1941. This was not an uncommon sight, many people died of hunger and disease in the Warsaw ghetto. Many who survived the hardships endured there were sent off to concentration camps.

Famine stricken man sitting on the sidewalk in the Warsaw ghetto. The presence of the photographer has attracted onlookers, August 1941. This was not an uncommon sight, many people died of hunger and disease in the Warsaw ghetto. Many who survived the hardships endured there were sent off to concentration camps.

This photo by George Stock, taken on Buna Beach, New Guinea was the first photo published in the U.S. showing dead servicemen during World War II. Taken in February 1943, Cal Whipple, LIFE Magazine's Pentagon correspondent, pushed for the photo to be made public. Seven months later, with the agreement of FDR, it was. Cal Whipple died on March 17, 2013 at the age of 94.

This photo by George Stock, taken on Buna Beach, New Guinea was the first photo published in the U.S. showing dead servicemen during World War II. Taken in February 1943, Cal Whipple, LIFE Magazine's Pentagon correspondent, pushed for the photo to be made public. Seven months later, with the agreement of FDR, it was. Cal Whipple died on March 17, 2013 at the age of 94.

William presented medals to military medics who helped in the fight against Ebola. Personn...

William presented medals to military medics who helped in the fight against Ebola. Personn...

Pope Juan pablo II with Newly pelected Pope Jorge Mario Bergoglio - From Argentine.   For handmade greeting cards visit me at My Personal blog: http://stampingwithbibiana.blogspot.com/

Pope Juan pablo II with Newly pelected Pope Jorge Mario Bergoglio - From Argentine. For handmade greeting cards visit me at My Personal blog: http://stampingwithbibiana.blogspot.com/

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