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  1. Chris N.
    Minneapolis, MN

    It’s not clear if you are encouraging people to directly sign up their friends and family.

    I would change the wording on this page to make it clear that NO ONE should use another’s email address to subscribe without that person’s permission.

    • Terry Graedon

      Quite right. Our intention is to have people let their friends know how to sign up if they choose. NOT to sign up your friends without asking! They could become former friends that way.

  2. Anne
    North Sydney N.S

    This should help many people when in need. Thanks

  3. Diane

    Are castor oil drops a safe and effect remedy for cataracts?

    • WK

      No ……..see an Opth . Why risk loss of vision . Perhaps it’s not a cataract

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