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Critical Care Medicine and Intensive Care Unit ICU, MICU, SICU, TICU, CVICU, Neuro-ICU, CCU, CCT.

2017.12.12 05:35 seamslegit Critical Care Medicine and Intensive Care Unit ICU, MICU, SICU, TICU, CVICU, Neuro-ICU, CCU, CCT.

IntensiveCare is a sub for medical professionals to discuss and improve their knowledge of critical care medicine. ICU, MICU, SICU, TICU, CVICU, Neuro-ICU, ED, CCU, CCT.

2013.05.29 21:21 pediastaff School Based and Pediatric SLPs

This subreddit is for all clinical posts and conversations between speech language therapy clinicians and SLP students - to do with pediatric speech language pathology including school based, early intervention, home health and all speech language therapy for children from birth to age 21 ALL SLPs, SLPAs and SLPBs2B are welcome. SLP bloggers please share!! TpT bloggers please please join us, but we would prefer you keep your links to just your freebies for now. Thanks in advance!!

2023.03.29 12:18 Ttghtg Error when processing BufWinEnter autocommand

Hello, I'm currently running nvim 0.8.3. I am trying to save and load automatically folding in my Python code, but I have an error doing it. I have the following minimal init.vim:
autocmd BufWinLeave * mkview autocmd BufWinEnter * silent loadview 
However, when I try to edit my Python code, I get the following error:
Error detected while processing BufWinEnter Autocommands for "*": E32: No file name Error detected while processing command line..script /home/my_username/code/Session.vim[30]..BufWinLeave Autocommands for "*": "" 726L, 33737B 
My :checkhealth is the following:
man: require("").check() ======================================================================== - OK: plugin/man.vim not in $VIMRUNTIME -OK: autoload/man.vim not in $VIMRUNTIME nvim: health#nvim#check ======================================================================== ## Configuration - OK: no issues found ## Performance - OK: Build type: Release ## Remote Plugins - OK: Up to date ## terminal - INFO: key_backspace (kbs) terminfo entry: key_backspace=\177 - INFO: key_dc (kdch1) terminfo entry: key_dc=\E[3~ - INFO: $TERM_PROGRAM='tmux' - INFO: $COLORTERM='truecolor' ## tmux - OK: escape-time: 10 - INFO: Checking stuff - OK: focus-events: on - INFO: $TERM: tmux-256color provider: health#provider#check ======================================================================== ## Clipboard (optional) - OK: Clipboard tool found: tmux ## Python 3 provider (optional) - INFO: `g:python3_host_prog` is not set. Searching for python3.10 in the environment. - INFO: Executable: /usbin/python3.10 - INFO: Python version: 3.10.10 - INFO: pynvim version: 0.4.3 - OK: Latest pynvim is installed. ## Python virtualenv - OK: no $VIRTUAL_ENV ## Ruby provider (optional) - INFO: Ruby: ruby 3.0.5p211 (2022-11-24 revision ba5cf0f7c5) [x86_64-linux] - WARNING: `neovim-ruby-host` not found. - ADVICE: - Run `gem install neovim` to ensure the neovim RubyGem is installed. - Run `gem environment` to ensure the gem bin directory is in $PATH. - If you are using rvm/rbenv/chruby, try "rehashing". - See :help g:ruby_host_prog for non-standard gem installations. - You may disable this provider (and warning) by adding `let g:loaded_ruby_provider = 0` to your init.vim ## Node.js provider (optional) - INFO: Node.js: v19.8.1 - WARNING: Missing "neovim" npm (or yarn, pnpm) package. - ADVICE: - Run in shell: npm install -g neovim - Run in shell (if you use yarn): yarn global add neovim - Run in shell (if you use pnpm): pnpm install -g neovim - You may disable this provider (and warning) by adding `let g:loaded_node_provider = 0` to your init.vim ## Perl provider (optional) - WARNING: "Neovim::Ext" cpan module is not installed - ADVICE: - See :help provider-perl for more information. - You may disable this provider (and warning) by adding `let g:loaded_perl_provider = 0` to your init.vim vim.lsp: require("").check() ======================================================================== - INFO: LSP log level : WARN - INFO: Log path: /home/csej/.local/state/nvim/lsp.log - INFO: Log size: 1 KB vim.treesitter: require("").check() ======================================================================== - INFO: Runtime ABI version : 14 
PS: I tried to hide my :checkhealth in a spoiler tag but it didnt work, what could be a better option in the future?
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2023.03.29 12:14 angeltoes333 Should I take a pay cut to exit the mental health field and prioritise wellbeing?

How have you all survived the final hurdle of toxic workplace before entering your new career? What are your thoughts on taking a pay cut to make a career change?
I graduated with a degree in mental health nursing aged 21, coming from a family of mental health nurses and having hopes of making a genuine impact on peoples’ lives. I obtained my first nursing post as a Community Psychiatric Nurse. Within the first day of working in the NHS I quickly sobered to the idea that mental health services are extremely underfunded, and that most of my colleagues did not have the same positive intentions when working with service users. I was lucky to be paired with a female mentor who practiced with integrity, respect and supported me through my 4 years working in the service. Most other nurses, psychologists, psychiatrists, and administrators were evidently burnt-out, resentful, cynical, bitter, and unwilling to acknowledge this. They refused to develop professionally or change career paths due to the security of NHS contracts, pay, pension and sick leave entitlement. Workplace bullying and micromanaging was rife, lunchbreaks were timed, consistent staff conflict and on long term sick leave. I witnessed sexual harassment from male nurses towards patients during injection clinics, cynical and judgemental attitudes towards particular trauma-based diagnoses such as personality disorders or suicide attempts. Senior charge nurses would claim “Typical PD Behaviour, let them jump, if they were serious they would have ended their life already”. Any excuse was used to speed up the discharge of chronically unwell patients, the entire field is more focussed on service statistics and litigation than providing safe, effective nursing care. I survived the experience as I was young, introverted and raised in a narcissistic abusive family so very clued up on coping with challenging personalities. I obtained a job within a college aimed at supporting students with their wellbeing during their studies. The office took the news of this very badly, comments were made indicating that I would never be welcomed back into NHS, I was not cut out for a “Specialist” position working within Education etc. I remained calm and professional, it was humorous to witness 50 year old women becoming genuinely upset and fixated on a colleague progressing. I understand that rejection from others is a projection of their own emotions, and protection from a path that is not meant for us.
I have worked in my current job for many years in a service aiming to support disabled students. Education is just as toxic as the NHS. The team has had approx more than £1million in misplaced funding and it has made little to no positive difference to the student experience. Bullying is evident on a daily basis in the office, I do not partake in office gossip of bullying and this makes me an outsider. Management are avoidant, cliquey and openly gossip. In the past months we lost multiple long term receptionists as they were crying daily due to verbal abuse from students and their own manager. They outsourced more receptionists, both were bullied and left within a number of weeks. Office gossip is rife, it seems to be the norm to disrespect and discuss colleagues openly. Staff attitude towards the aim of the service is horrendous; service users attending to voice thoughts of suicide are treated with panic despite clear processes being in place to ensure their safety, colleagues are burnt out and see no issue in statements such as “tell them to go and kill themselves then, if they were serious about it they would have done it”. Managers have been witnessed referring to disabled students as “retarded”, many people attending the service are vulnerable and present with symptoms of self-neglect, our receptionists feel it’s appropriate to gossip about this, cover their noses and spray febreeze in the waiting area. It is a dangerous, immoral, and scary place to work. Senior management are fully aware of the state of the service, do nothing and continue to hire their own friends and family members into positions in the team irrespective of their experience, qualifications, or interviewing process. Many of the service users, due to their circumstances and symptoms, often push boundaries, misunderstand the limitations of support that can be offered (we cannot refer into NHS services, no access to crisis team, bed managers or medical reviews etc). I cannot count the number of times where students with complex needs have harassed staff members, who have been left unsupported. Despite always practicing with dignity, respect, upholding professionalism, and boundaries; chronically unwell service users have threatened to kill me, stalked me, placed complaints over situations out with my control such as academic decisions. Senior management are not clinical, no awareness of the mental health field, risk assessment, the equality act, mental health act, and have no boundaries relating to this. They throw money at new positions believing that 1 staff member will change the culture of an entire Institution. Every colleague that has left due to mental health crises has recovered since leaving.
I regret training in mental health due to the lack of genuine opportunities to engage with clients in a meaningful manner. In the office staff walk around like Zombies, most days I witness a colleague upset or tearful, the others are numb and silent, counting their hours until they can clock off. This has impacted my health significantly, due to work related stress I am repeatedly physically unwell (headaches, anxiety, viruses, chest infections, sinus infections, insomnia). Most people in the office take repeated 6-12 months periods of sick leave with no issue, as absence management and return to work interviews do not take place. Managers are absent, avoidant, do not set standards, take months to reply to basic emails, there are no routine team meetings or communications. I raised all issues noted within the 1st year in post, organised a meeting with the Senior manager and formally documented my concerns. Nothing changed, I was gaslit. I learned quickly that the more competent and caring I was, the more my own team would use this against me to overwhelm me. In a team of 50+ people they would assign the most complex cases to me, no care for my current workload. I released that I have to leave the job this year as likely nothing will change and I will not allow myself to stoop to their low of treating vulnerable people with disrespect due to their unhappiness in personal life and their career choice. I have upskilled myself to obtain qualifications and experience in other fields.
My hope was that documenting this experience on Reddit would support me to evidence the malpractice, negligence, and toxicity of the field and gain advice on how best to proceed. I am introverted, the experience has lowered my self-esteem and I often worry that I am the problem. Recently morale in the office has hit an all time low, I admit that I have been slower to complete admin-based jobs and lost motivation to make a meaningful difference. My life has changed dramatically over the past years. I left the NHS, survived an abusive relationship, survived and escaped an emotionally abusive home, moved in with my new loving partner and created my own peaceful home. Change can be daunting, but I now see that staying in toxic situations of any kind is not an option and that I can and will create my own reality. My current salary is over 44k per year, most jobs I am applying for are approximately 30-35k per year, permanent contracts, better working conditions and less stress associated with the role. Family discourage me from leaving a well-paying and secure job despite the chaos and negligence, they have remained in toxic unhappy work situations which directly impacts their health, relationships, and life satisfaction as they fear the unknown. My loving partner recently left a toxic workplace and reassures me that there is more to this life than this - seeing him progress and feel valued in work inspires me.
I am applying for approximately 2 jobs per week, in the Learning Development field. Please, can anyone provide tips of how to survive in the bleak period between deciding to move and obtaining a job? I am researching good working practices, office etiquette, email etiquette and only applying to companies that I have fully researched employee reviews. Thank you for your time and any advice or guidance that may help.
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2023.03.29 12:02 Fujiiryokiindia Alkaline Water

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2023.03.29 11:58 IHATEBEINGIMPERFECT I have PTSD from the police posting a photo of me online without my consent

I just can't believe this happened I went to kill myself in January and it all went back to how I look I don't want this body and I wanted to be alone I'm not a social person at all and I absolutely do not post photos of myself online but this was done without my consent and the police did not take it down and it's online for anyone to see and screenshot and do whatever they want to it they could edit it to make it even worse and I wouldn't know it has been two months since they posted it and I have had nightmares about seeing how I look on buildings everywhere and then being arrested for trying to kill myself then I wake up and I'm relieved it was just a dream but then I remember that my photo is still online and I hate how it looks and then there is a list of all the features I hate listed so they can try to find me I don't want to be looked for I hate the police in general so much for what they did I was not arrested but I was taken home as I'm 15 luckily they didn't find out what I was planning if they did then I would have been sectioned/involuntary committed to hospital but the photo is still online I also learned they had searched my room and looked through everything and somehow hacked into my phone to track my location ALL WITHOUT MY CONSENT even though I was not a criminal and was not a danger to the public as I was in the town looking for a tall building to go in and jump from yet the did all this f them stupid fking idiots how dare they do this I do NOT consent to having photos online I do NOT consent to having my room searched I do NOT consent to having my location tracked I hate the police so much they have made this worse I tried to get rid of this body and now it is online for anyone to find I don't consent to having a picture online GET RID OF IT NOW I don't want it online and I asked for it to be removed and to be described as "missing" I don't belong to anyone I didn't sign up to any groups I don't care if people are worried about me that's their problem if they are worrying but don't affect my life with your worries keep them to yourself I'm not interested and now I'm always on edge and very paranoid about my surroundings and everytime I hear the door I'm alway paranoid it's a police officer come to check welfare when I'm not interested it's not their job to keep me alive and safe I have NOT appointed anyone to do so things have to change people under 18 are not to be viewed as property I don't leave my bed because of how I look and now because of PTSD which I have because of those stupid obsessive police officers go and look for the criminals don't come obsessing over me you pervets I would rather have police abolished and defend the house myself if it meant there would be no more reporting people missing I hate the current system where anyone can report someone missing without consent just f off I'm not interested I'm not a social person and I don't function I'm not interested in people and I'm fine with that go f yourselves obsessive people get out go and offer your "support" to those who want it but are being denied instead of obsessing over me when I made it very clear I don't want mental health support and will reject it every few weeks some mental health people came round I shouted at them to get off the property immediately and let them know that I will remove them if they do not comply and not to ever come back I will not have obsessive nuisances dropping their worries and getting in my way keep your fking worries to yourself and stop thinking about me just f off it appears you have the obsessive disorder yourself being obsessed with me I'm not interested I don't know how after saying all this you don't understand that I'm not interested and as for the police GET RID OF THAT FKING PHOTO NOW YOU DO NOT GET TO HAVE A PHOTO OF ME YOUR NOT ENTITLED TO IT I DID NOT SIGN UP TO JOIN LIFE DON'T ASSUME I'M WITH YOU I'M NOT AND I WON'T HAVE ANYTHING TO DO WITH YOU NOW TAKE THAT PHOTO DOWN I DON'T WANT IT UP THERE FOR ANYONE TO LOOK AT TAKE IT DOWN YOU HAVE GIVEN ME PTSD AND MADE ME MENTALLY WORSE THAN BEFORE JUST F OFF I DIDN'T ASK FOR YOU I ALREADY HATE HOW I LOOK I DON'T WANT IT TO BE ONLINE TAKE IT DOWN NOW TAKE IT DOWN
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2023.03.29 11:47 Responsible_Bar_3790 Found a sword glitch. Looks cool ngl.

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2023.03.29 11:46 CleanairbyAvata Air pollution impact on pregnancy and child development

Air pollution: a threat to pregnancies and infants.
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In conclusion, air pollution can have a negative impact on pregnancy and child development, but an air purifier with advanced technology such as ZeBoxTM can help to reduce the risk of negative health outcomes. By using an air purifier with ZeBoxTM technology, pregnant women and children can breathe cleaner, healthier air and enjoy a more comfortable living environment.
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2023.03.29 11:46 swanson1848 Hey I am a 27 year Old Autistic Women With little Money but thinking about starting fresh . Is new hope a good place for that?

Hello . This will be a long and Dramatic and Very likely Poorly spelled Post So I do apologies but if any residents of New Hope can give me Advice Would be grate;
I Live in Pittsburgh PA I have all m y life my family were hear And I am a High functioning Autistic (Formerly Aspergers ) and a Trans female (But nobody would know and I do not go around bandying tht about). Being I have Aspergers finding gainful employment for most of my adult life has been hard but I did do Volunteering work at my Local Libraries and have references. Briefly worked for this Restaurant owner who was a NIGHTMAIR to work for I have allso worked as a Artist Model for CMA Collage for about a year or 2 . I have worked almost every season at a Flower shop (SOMETHING I LOVED) for every year from 2017 until covid hit . Due to my difficulties and My fears of going out into the world on my own and the Uncertainties it entails (Plus watching my mom go homeless) I stayed closer to home and at home bc my family were hear. Over the last 10 years allmost every member of my immediate family has died . I have never really cared for my home city There are good things about it for shur but for me the work is hard to obtain no matter how hard I try, public transport is a pain in the ass (Despite they get 40 million a year) and finding a decent guy is also a pain in the ass My life hear feels stagnant and I def. do not want to live the rest of my life and Die in this Dam City so There is a grate apart of me that wants to leave if I can arrange things . For the last several years I have been I guess you would say a Companion to my ageing Grandpa who has Diabetes and many other health problems. We both looked after each other and enjoyed our company. Sadly he is not a rich man He attempted to leave me his pension so i had some money when he passed but that turned out to not be a GO plan. He is dying his house the Oly asset and that does not go to me nor could I afford to maintain it anyhow now. Plus we learned the nursing home/Hospice could take the house as collateral if they wished bc. my grandpa never set things legally into place to prevent that. So ither way it seems I may have to leave the Home and place I have grown up in and felt safe in. My remaining family are not a Massive help well meaning but not a help. I do not have many friends at the moment who can help , I only started to search for new groups of friends and brave the dating scean again. Found friends but few are in a position to help and as far as finding a BF or Husband ........................ZILCH ! A Friend of mine recently suggested that Mabe I move to another town or city. New York City he said Has AMAZING Assistance to the poor he said "They just give shit away". But I am not Keen to live in NY NY I allso hear cities like Boston and the state of Road Island also have good State assistance for the Poor . Pa I have heard is REMARKABLY also said to be a good state for assistance and Gov Programs to help people like Me which i was amazed by so maybe I thought move somewhere else in the state I thought ? Mabe its just Pittsburgh is not a good place for Folks Like Me? Anyway I have been yearning for a more small town but not Hick City Like many towns in what is Called (Pennsaltucky) LOL !
I mean i know there are good Folks from there but somebody like me would not fair well. its not like I am some Cali liberal but you know what I mean. I Love old houses and history and I take a interest and Agricultural and gardening Persuits so new hope seems Grate. And I Learned of new hope from some Paranormal Documentaries from the early 2000's and thought it looks like a nice place to live or work. Now I do have the other possibility to move down to NC. I met some people on hear who know my situation and we have talked regularly for some time on hear but Never met. I hoped to get the money for the train fair to get down there to scout it out but my situation has become so dire that I do not have that luxury. Close my eyes and Jump so to speak
I know Taxes and Property rates are high in New Hope, there is a lot of noise from a Airport 9 miles away and Humidity is INSANE. But I am just considering it as a possibility and just trying to think of Plans you know . As of Right now I literally arrive in town with VERY little money No Car (Id need to take a bus or train if any re neer by) need to find somebody kind and understanding to give me work and then a decent place to rent, I would have few belongings with me being I would have to arrive with only what I could carry most of my other things id have to leave with family till i could aford to have then sent down. good people to help me build my life BC I would never have done this on my own ..................EVER. If you look in my post history Yes you will find I am a Lusty and Dirty Girl but there is WAYYYYY More to me than that Believe me. I am just a Sad poor Girl who has had bad luck in life and is looking for some place nice and safe and were i might fit in to start a new life, make friends (Find a Husband) and settle for a while. Massive American cities like NY NY Despite there many Attractions do not appeal to me . Your thoughts ? Advice?
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2023.03.29 11:45 No_Dig1868 Top 10 Doctors Around The World

Health is our greatest treasure and with incredible specialists. We all know that there is a better chance for a healthier population.
The government has established a massive number of health institutes or health caring centers in their countries so that people should not compromise when it comes to health.
Also Read: Top 10 Countries That Produce the Most Doctors
List Of Top 10 Doctors Around The World
Here is a list of the 10 best doctors in the world:
  1. Dr. William A. Abdu, M.D, M.S.
Dr. Abdu is an Associate Professor of Orthopedics and of The Dartmouth Institute Medical Director at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Dr. Abdu got his accreditation in 1985 from Tufts University. He is a pioneer in the study and treatment of spine-related conditions. He hones surgery of the Spine, including Cervical, Thoracic and Lumbar Disorders, Disk Herniation, Spinal Stenosis, Spondylolisthesis, Spondylotic Myelopathy, Spinal Cord Injury, and Spine Trauma. Also, he had discovered many new techniques for spine treatment.
  1. Dr. Myles. B. Abbott, M.D.
Dr. Myles is also one of the best-known doctors of Pediatricians in the world. He graduated from the University of Miami Leonard M Miller School of Medicine in 1972. He treats the problems of growth and child development.
Dr. Myles currently practices at East Bay Pediatric & Medical Group and is affiliated with Alta Bates Summit Medical Center Alta Bates Campus and Children’s Hospital & Research Center Oakland.
  1. Dr. Fouad. M. Abbas, M.D.
Dr. Abbas is a well-known Gynecologist/Oncologist. His specialization field is Oncologist of Obstetrician and Gynecology. He is also considered to be one of the best doctors of Oncology in the world. The term Oncology is the study of cancer.
Dr. Abbas graduated from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in 1986. Currently, he is affiliated with Medstar Harbor Hospital and Sinai Hospital Of Baltimore.
  1. Dr. Khalid Abbed, M.D.
Dr. Khalid is a famous doctor of Neuro. He is an Associate Professor and Chief of the Spine Section in the Department of Neurosurgery. His area of clinical interest is in the treatment of spinal disorders.
Dr. Khalid obtained his bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana in 1993. He continued his education in the same University and received his Doctor of Medicine degree with Honors in 1999. Currently, he is working at Yale as a Director of the Spine Surgery Department. Many consider him the best doctor in the world.
  1. Dr. Naresh Trehan
Dr. Naresh is a famous Indian cardiovascular and cardiothoracic surgeon. He was born on August 12, 1946, in Delhi, India. He obtained a medical degree from King George’s Medical College in Lucknow.
Dr. Naresh was also the founder, executive director, and chief cardiovascular surgeon of Escorts Heart Institute and Research Center (EHIRC), New Delhi, India. At present, he is serving as a Chairman and Managing Director and Chief Cardiac Surgeon of MedantaTM-The Medicity, one of the largest multi-specialty hospitals at Gurgaon, Haryana.
  1. Dr. Arthur Reese Abright, M.D.
Dr. Reese is also one of the best doctors of Psychiatry. She treats the problems of depressions and mind-related problems.
Dr. Reese got her accreditation from The University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. She is also an expert on mood disorders and anxiety. Currently, she is working as a Professor of Psychiatry at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai. She is also affiliated with Mount Sinai Services Elmhurst Hospital Center and New York Medical College at present.
  1. Dr. Corrie T.M Anderson, M.D.
Dr. Anderson is also one of the best doctors in Pediatric Anesthesiologist around the world. He received his A.B. with Honors in Biochemistry from Harvard University and Doctor of Medicine (M.D) from Stanford University School of Medicine in 1982. He can be truly crowned as “world best doctor”.
In 2001, Dr. Anderson became the director of the program for Pediatric Pain Medicine in the Department of Anesthesiology at Seattle Children’s Hospital. He is also a professor of anesthesiology and associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Washington School of Medicine.
  1. Dr. Mark. F. Aaron, M.D.
Dr. Aaron is also one of the best doctors in cardiologists. His specialization is Cardiovascular Disease. The term Cardiology is related to the heart and its problems.
Dr. Aaron got his accreditation from the Duke University School of Medicine in 1992. Currently, he is affiliated with River Park Hospital, Saint Thomas West Hospital, and Henry County Medical Center.
  1. Dr. Sudhansu Bhattacharyya, MBBS, MS, MCH
Dr. Sudhansu is also one of the best Indian Cardiovascular Surgeons. He obtained MBBS and M.S. General Surgery from Ahmedabad. He had invented, designed, and patented a few surgical instruments, the most important ones being Atrial Retractor for Mitral Valve Replacement and Internal Mammary Artery Retractor for taking down bilateral Internal Mammary Arteries.
Before entering into the practice world, Dr. Sudhansu served as a full-time Professor for Cardiothoracic surgery at Sheth G.S. Medical College & K.E.M. Hospital. At present, he is affiliated with Bombay Hospital And Medical Research Center, Breach Candy Hospital, Mumbai, and Lilavati Hospital & Research Center, Mumbai.
10. Dr.Mona.M.Abaza, M.D.
Dr. Abaza is a specialized doctor in ENT Otolaryngologist, Adenoidectomy, esophagoscopy, Nasal airway surgery, and tracheostomy. She is a world-famous ENT Doctor and treats problems of the ear, head, nose, throat, and neck.
Dr. Abaza graduated from the Medical College of Pennsylvania in 1991. She is affiliated with Children’s Hospital Colorado At Memorial Hospital Central and the University Of Colorado Hospital.
Since the dawn of time, the profession of a doctor is one of the most appreciated jobs in the world. Being a doctor implies a great responsibility, as almost every day the nature of somebody’s life (or the life itself) is in their hands. Since the medical field is a vast and ever-expanding field, there is no direct answer to who is the best doctor in the world. Doctors are specialized and trained in different field
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2023.03.29 11:41 Captn_Thatch Celtic and Rochester: A WoWsL Tier 7 Review

HMS Celtic

USS Rochester (CA-124)


These ships were given to me by Wargaming for review.
Welcome back. Sure, it does seem rather apt to jump into the first published review in sometime with the addition of two new Baltimores…well, one Oregon-City Cruiser, and another Baltimore. With both ships being so closely related, it seems fitting to tag them both together here. Per the norm, there will be lots of pretty charts, and a comprehensive breakdown of both ships; with the added benefit of showing exactly where these two wrap up into the bigger picture.
All stats are current to the best of my knowledge as of v5.1. Stats are subject to change in the future, and this review may not reflect those changes.
Celtic is a GREAT ship, with a MODERATE Skill Floor and a HIGH Skill Ceiling.
Rochester is an AVERAGE ship, with a LOW Skill Floor and a MODERATE Skill Ceiling.
Quite obviously, this review is going to be mostly centered on Celtic, with some Rochester slapped in there to show exactly how she stacks up to the competition. 2 for 1, or a freebie, you decide.
Nothing could honestly make me happier than to be able to bring reviews and writing to you all full-time. If this interests you and you enjoy reading my work, please support me if you can, as every little bit helps. My goal is to keep my reviews free and public for all to read; and by supporting my Patreon you can help keep me at my desk.

Matrix Rating


The design was first commissioned in the late 1930's, which adapted lessons learned from the preceding Wichita-Class and the currently under construction, lighter Cleveland Class. Baltimore's design featured an orthodox A-B-X configuration of 3 triple turrets of (8") 203mm guns. Fast and well-armed for the era, the fate of the project ended by cancelling later ships construction in favor of the Cleveland Class which were both faster, lighter, and quicker to build which meant more ships out at sea protecting US Navy Carriers. Baltimore Class Cruisers were built from 1941-1945 with some serving in various sub-classes until the 1970's.
With 14 completed ships of the class, the Baltimore-Class had the most constructed heavy cruisers built of any one class from nation during the war-time period. Generally considered a success, the class was preceded by the USS Wichita, and succeeded by the Oregon-City Class. With attached sub-classes, the Boston Class featuring the world's first Guided Missile Cruiser in the early 1950's USS Boston (CAG-1) and Flagship variations. The design was most notable for incorporation of surveillance radar, gun control fire systems which allowed for calculation beyond the horizon, 5'' Anti-Air, and 8'' Main Battery. This design was focused in on the ships ability to be a Carrier Fleet Escort Ship, capable of both Anti-Air Screening, Shore Bombardment, eventually being modified to serve as the world's first guided missile cruiser.
USS Baltimore (CA-68) herself was laid down in 1941, by Bethlehem Shipbuilding Corporation at the Fore River Shipyard in Quincy, Massachusetts. The ship was launched in 1942 and served until 1956 when she was decommissioned, and eventually scrapped in 1971. The ship served primarily in the Asiatic-Pacific Campaign, earning 9 battle stars.
HMS Celtic is a made-up ship that never actually existed but rests on the concept that would have been if the Baltimore Class had been sent to the Royal Navy. This was not an entirely foreign concept of the era either, with the two allied nations cooperating heavily with some ships being used by the other’s navy. It would be this cooperation that ultimately played a decisive role in every major theatre of World War 2.
USS Rochester (CA-124) was laid down in the same shipyard as her predecessor, in May 1944. She would be launched in August the following year, then commissioned into the US Navy in 1946. Succeeding the Baltimore Class, the Oregon City Class featured many similarities, with changes to her exhaust, superstructure and Anti-Air Suite. Rochester would serve throughout Korea and Vietnam, being decommissioned in the 1960s, and scrapped in the 1970s. 10 Oregon City Cruisers were planned, with only 4 completed.

Strengths: Celtic

Weaknesses: Celtic

Strengths: Rochester

Weaknesses: Rochester

The Basics

A Baltimore with a Super Heal and longer-range radar? Sign me up. Baltimore on her own is already one of the stronger ships in the game and in terms of utility, one of the stronger team players. Celtic takes an interesting concept and adds a new flair to an older line. She has her own strengths and weaknesses, all of which will be identified, some of which are likely to be seemingly splitting the finest of hairs. This ship has a bit less of a grudge against controlling caps than the traditional Baltimore but should be readily found in the same niche doing the same things, just slightly different. Radar support, anti-destroyer, area control are all tags that apply. Celtic is strong, strong enough to be thrown in with the likes of AL Baltimore, Mainz CE and Wichita CE.
Trashchester is tough. I’ll honestly do my best to not shred this ship into a bajillion pieces while pouring out the salt, but I’m only human. She was painful on release, and since she’s had work done, fitting for her review to be finally finished and published for you all to use as a dash of seasoning for dinner. On release, Rochester had a smoke fire concealment on par with her sister’s base concealment, meaning, her smoke was essentially pointless and served only to blind herself, and not her opponents. Lacking radar, Rochester presented as a clumsy self-blinding target unable to deal the things that engage her. What’s worse, Rochester trades her heal for her smoke, meaning, players are left purchasing a regular old Baltimore, with some fancy AA, or a deaf-mute without a heal. Yes. She was that painful; a concept that bumps in the worst of ways, both theoretically and in practice. While her concealment has been buffed, it’s still an awful kit as her smoke fire concealment is still too weak to present much of a force upon the caps. If we’re stuck to smoke firing spam, there are better ships than Rochester; even making good old Belfast 43 seem like a knight in shining armor.
Both of these ships do sport improved AP performance, in the shape of improved ricochet angles. We’ll tear this apart in the ballistic section, as per the norm. Baltimore’s ballistic performance has been studied quite extensively in the past, which has set up an excellent point of comparison.


Let’s start with the prodigal child and then work towards the bought rented mule. Celtic does well here, in terms of heavy cruisers (203mm) she sits nearer the top of the lists dropping more midfield when included with the rest of the pack. Apart from some of those silly DPM small caliber ships, Celtic packs a noteworthy punch. Rochester starts more midfield and holds her placing through the pack. For a 203mm cruiser, a 2s difference in reload is often enough to bump a ship up or down a rank, entirely. This translates to roughly 20k between the two, and about a full salvo difference.
AL Chapayev 2850 256 500
Cleveland 2300 254 769
Weimar 1700 244 800
Suzuya 2700 243 000
AL Montpelier 2300 220 800
Bayard 2200 221 200
Belfast 43 2450 207 529
Harbin 1900 207 273
Chapayev 2300 207 000
Mainz CE 1700 204 000
Kutuzov 2200 198 000
Mainz 1600 192 000
Ochakov 2200 182 069
Charles Martel 2800 151 200
Wichita CE 2800 151 200
Celtic 2700 145 800
Albemarle 3300 142 560
Wichita 2600 140 400
AL Baltimore 2800 137 454
Mogami 3300 132 000
Baltimore 2800 126 000
Rochester 2800 126 000
Atago 3300 123 750
Pyotr Bagration 2500 122 727
Azuma 5100 114 750
Hipper 2700 112 696
Riga 3050 106 625
Amalfi 3100 104 625
Prinz Eugen 2500 92 308
Sigfried 4400 60 923
Edinburgh - -
Perfect 10 - -
Plymouth - -
In terms of alpha punch, Celtic and Rochester are somewhat similar separated by the performance of firing different shells off different reloads from the same gunnery.
Weimar 3750 540 000
Mainz 3900 468 000
Mainz CE 3900 468 000
Plymouth 3100 457 846
Cleveland 3300 365 538
Perfect 10 2800 358 400
Bayard 3300 316 800
AL Montpelier 3200 307 200
Chapayev 3400 306 000
Edinburgh 3100 297 600
Kutuzov 3300 297 000
Suzuya 3300 297 000
AL Chapayev 3100 279 000
Ochakov 3300 273 103
Harbin 2500 272 727
Charles Martel 4900 264 600
Belfast 43 3100 282 570
Hipper 6000 250 435
AL Baltimore 5000 245 454
Celtic 4500 243 000
Wichita CE 4200 226 800
Baltimore 5000 225 000
Rochester 5000 225 000
Pyotr Bagration 4550 223 364
Prinz Eugen 5900 217 846
Wichita 4000 216 000
Riga 5750 200 323
Azuma 8650 194 625
Albemarle 4500 194 400
Mogami 4700 188 000
Atago 4700 176 250
Amalfi 5100 172 125
Sigfried 11 600 160 615
Celtic has among the better AP DPM values for a 203mm armed cruiser, only being outclassed by ships with meatier AP. In terms of overall, Celtic sits more midfield. Her overall AP ballistic performance allows her to unlock more of this actual number than many of her counterparts.
Range (Km) Reload (s)
Weimar 15.3 5.0
Harbin 14.5 5.5
Ochakov 15.5 5.8
Mainz 15.8 6.0
Mainz CE 15.8 6.0
Plymouth 15.2 6.5
Cleveland 15.3 6.5
AL Montpelier 13.9 7.5
Perfect 10 15.2 7.5
Edinburgh 15.3 7.5
Bayard 15.8 7.5
Kutuzov 16.0 8.0
AL Chapayev 16.0 8.0
Chapayev 16.0 8.0
Belfast 43 15.3 8.5
Celtic 15.5 10.0
Suzuya 15.3 10.0
Charles Martel 15.8 10.0
Wichita 15.5 10.0
Wichita CE 15.5 10.0
Pytor Bagration 16.0 11.0
AL Baltimore 15.5 11.0
Hipper 15.8 11.5
Baltimore 15.5 12.0
Rochester 15.4 12.0
Albemarle 15.5 12.5
Prinz Eugen 15.8 13.0
Mogami 15.3 15.0
Riga 16.1 15.5
Amalfi 15.4 16.0
Atago 14.7 16.0
Azuma 15.8 24.0
Sigfried 16.2 26.0
Overall, there’s not all that much to crow about here. Rochester sits a bit lower on the charts than Celtic due to reload. Both have improved ballistics to offer compensation for a lack of torpedoes. The DPM numbers are at their worst, workable, and at best, functional, neither being awful nor spectacular. Celtic takes the edge due to better numbers overall.


The tell-all ballistic chart. Royal Navy Cruisers and US Navy Cruisers sport among the best AP performance in their respective classes and tiers. Celtic has among the best HE DPM numbers of the Baltimores, but takes a hit on her fire chance percentage. Rochester SHAP hits like a truck, along with her Baltimore cousins. Things get interesting here the more you study this chart, captains. Celtic has arguably better HE, but worse AP. Rochester has SHAP and excellent AP performance, but poor shell count. AL Baltimore once again takes the cake with the best “happy medium” of the bunch, sporting a decent shell count, SHAP with excellent penetration and a lower muzzle velocity introducing slightly higher arcs yielding much more forgiving angles on the receiving end…
What I can say definitively, is Baltimore SHAP has much greater penetration than the standard AP. Wichita leans on HE at range, and she has the numbers to back it up, Baltimore hardly ever shoots HE in practice which is backed up by her AP performance and penetration values. Captains, it would not be entirely erroneous in terms of gunnery to compare Stock Baltimore to Celtic and Wichita or Elite Baltimore to Rochester and AL Baltimore.
Ricochet (o) Fuse Time (s) Sigma Velocity (m/s) Projectile
Albemarle 45/60 0.033 2.0 814 AP
AL Baltimore 60/67.5 0.033 1.8 762 SHAP
Balti-Stock 60/67.5 0.033 1.9 853 AP
Balti-Elite 60/67.5 0.033 1.9 782 SHAP
Celtic 60/67.5 0.033 2.0 853 AP
Rochester 60/67.5 0.033 2.0 762 SHAP
Wichita 60/67.5 0.033 1.8 853 AP
Wichita CE 60/75 0.01 2.0 853 AP
The major and palpable difference in performance here is between Celtic and the native Baltimores, is that Celtic lacks SHAP. This means Celtic’s AP shells weigh less, which translates to depleting velocity and thus penetration values faster than the Baltimores heavier shells. Fortunately, Baltimore has some of the best AP penetration in her class which means that Celtic can afford to lose some raw penetration value before she begins to suffer. Rochester wins the AP argument here, while Celtic takes the HE side. It’s almost literally splitting hairs, and Baltimore Mains will feel right at home in either ship.
Fire Chance % HE Pen (mm) Shell Count Velocity (m/s) Projectile
Albemarle 17 33 43 814 HE
AL Baltimore 14 33 49 823 HE
Baltimore 14 33 45 823 HE
Celtic 10 33 54 823 HE
Rochester 14 33 45 823 HE
Wichita 14 33 54 823 HE
Wichita CE 14 33 54 823 HE
If you’re looking to start fires, grab Albemarle. However, this is about the only such category she takes. Celtic manages better with access to a shorter reload and better overall ballistic properties. Shell by shell, edge Rochester, overall, solidly in Celtic’s favor by a full 9 shells.


Neither of these ships sport torpedoes, so this section is predicably blank.


Let’s jump into the major category of defense. Celtic arguably may be one of the best, Rochester, rather mediocre. From the top.
Celtic has among the best effective health pools, just edging out Edinburgh with a chunky 66k. It’s worth pointing out Albemarle tops both with a mighty 78k, though most Albemarle tend to be much more passive alluding to a different playstyle entirely. Baltimore is considered “tanky” at 56k, and Celtic adds in a super-heal. I wouldn’t chance to say Albemarle is particularly tanky, but she can heal quite well. A Baltimore is tanky enough to access that 66k EHP and is a scary thought. Baltimore can take a punch, where Edinburgh relies on defense by trickery, clever armor schemes and angling, Albemarle by range and angle. It’s also quite worth mentioning that Celtic rests with 36,7k base HP, meaning on par with most Cruiser Lights. Captains, you will feel getting hit in Celtic. Kit with 9.9km radar, sonar, a super heal, decent armor, excellent AA and workable concealment…captains, this is a literal no-brainer. Celtic is a slightly different twist off some of the most competitive ships in the game.
Rochester is rather tanky like most of her preceding Baltimore cousins. She has the same armor scheme essentially, and similar HP/EHP values. While this would normally be good on its own, Rochester has an Achilles’ Heel. Rochester must choose between having smoke or having a heal, and outright lacks Radar. While she has defensive AA, this is mostly a living meme rather than consistently as effective in combat as Radar. As said before, in terms of smoke cruisers there are just better options some of which don’t involve sacrificing your heal, or even radar. This relegates Rochester to just being a rather average 203mm CA, with very slightly better AA and decent enough armor.
The ranking seems a bit harsh, but that’s generally the difference between the hunter (Celtic), and the hunted (Rochester). Rochester initially will feel getting hit less, due to a larger health pool however, the table quickly swings in favor of Celtic, which gets most of it back.

Health Effective Health
Azuma 52 500 78 960
Albemarle 43 800 78 840
Sigfried 55 000 70 400
Celtic 36 700 66 020
Edinburgh 36 400 65 520
Hipper 43 800 58 517
Plymouth 41 000 58 220
Prinz Eugen 45 000 57 600
AL Baltimore 42 400 56 646
Baltimore 42 400 56 646
Mainz 44 000 56 320
Riga 42 000 56 112
Rochester 41 900 55 978
Amalfi 42 800 54 784
Mainz CE 42 500 54 400
Kutuzov 40 700 54 364
Pytor Bagration 42 000 53 760
Atago 40 100 53 574
Mogami 39 100 52 238
Perfect 10 36 500 51 788
AL Chapayev 37 000 51 504
Chapayev 37 000 51 504
Belfast 43 38 400 51 302
Suzuya 38 000 50 786
Wichita 37 900 50 634
Wichita CE 37 900 50 634
Charles Martel 38 000 48 640
AL Montpelier 36 900 47 232
Cleveland 36 900 47 232
Ochakov 34 750 46 426
Weimar 32 000 42 752
Bayard 34 700 -
Harbin 26 500 33 892


This chart below sticks to the USN and RN CA/CLs for now... At some point, this chart will include overmatch and juicy other details for all the cruisers, but for now, it is simple enough to get the point across. Most Cruisers have their critical spaces directly abutting the hull, others don’t. Cruiser armor varies widely and is worth looking at because there are absolutely ships with specific advantages worth exploring and exploiting. For now, let’s keep it simple.
As summarized before, the Baltimore Class has relatively good armor, while it has its weaknesses, is generally functional enough to get by. They are neither needlessly weighed down by their armor, nor under-armored. It’s worth saying Rochester and Celtic have vaguely the same armor lay out and will handle 380mm Battleships.
Extremity Plating (mm) Belt Armor (mm)
Albemarle 25 152
AL Baltimore 27 152
AL Montpelier 25 127
Baltimore 27 152
Belfast 43 16 114
Celtic 27 152
Cleveland 25 127
Edinburgh 30 114
Perfect 10 16 114
Plymouth 16 114
Rochester 27 152
Wichita 27 152
Wichita CE 27 152

Anti-Air Suite

Rochester takes the cake here, with better and larger AA guns she’s rather resistant to airborne pests. Celtic ties in with the close second, along with her sisters. The truly beautiful thing about either ship is that captains will not need to waste any energy into building this into making this sector a functional kit. Captains, you can save some defensive energy by focusing into Celtic’s Radar and by leaving Rochester in port. The magic number here is being north of that 350/s line, Azuma scrapes by with a bit of focus, where pretty much all the USN ships will laugh off aircraft. A major point of contention that is worth noting; Rochester is immune, Celtic is quite resistant to CVs, where Albemarle gets by here, and Edinburgh is rather hindered. I suspect this will be massively impactful for competitive players.
Range (Km) DPS
Rochester 5.0 370
AL Baltimore 5.0 365
Baltimore 5.0 365
Celtic 5.0 365
AL Montpelier 5.0 363
Cleveland 5.0 363
Mainz 5.0 357
Mainz CE 5.0 357
Sigfried 5.2 354
Azuma 5.0 342
Hipper 4.5 288
Pyotr Bagration 5.0 280
Prinz Eugen 4.5 279
Plymouth 5.0 276
Perfect 10 5.0 276
Albemarle 5.0 272
Kutuzov 5.0 264
Amalfi 4.0 225
Wichita 5.0 217
Wichita CE 5.0 217
Bayard 5.0 212
Belfast 43 5.0 207
Al Chapayev 5.0 207
Chapayev 5.0 207
Charles Martel 5.0 204
Ochakov 5.0 196
Riga 5.2 188
Weimar 4.5 181
Edinburgh 5.0 175
Harbin 5.2 170
Mogami 5.0 127
Atago 5.0 90
Suzuya 5.0 67
Rochester takes the cake here, because everyone deserves to be really good at something. However, with CVs it’s important to remember everything is relative.


Technically these are the same values while stock, and their rating is the same. However, this is quite deceiving. Rochester is GOOD leaning on GREAT where Celtic is GOOD leaning on AVERAGE. The reason for this follows their available commanders, which Shelly Beapley offers a unique 4th row concealment skill unavailable to any other commander, or nation. The result of this, Rochester, like her cousins sits at a comfortable 9.3km, where Celtic sits at 9.9km. Rochester can do almost nothing with this concealment, as she lacks radar, and her smoke fire window is just a pale 1.7km below her surface concealment. However, that .6km is a palpable difference and can open huge strategic windows; particularly once south of that magic 10km line.
The obvious connotation here is that hiding a radar cruiser inside 10km is far scarier than hiding a smoke cruiser inside 9.5, provocatively when that same smoke cruiser can be spotted inside her smoke at 7.6km. Captains, this 7.6km is on par with her sisters, however, this is a very narrow margin even for a support cruiser. Smoke is infinitely easier to use than radar, however, infinitely less forgiving.
Stock Concealment
Amalfi 11.4
Atago 11.7
Harbi 11.8
Belfast 43 11.9
Plymouth 12.0
Edinburgh 12.0
Albemarle 12.1
Mogami 12.3
Suzuya 12.3
Cleveland 12.5
AL Montpelier 12.5
Celtic 12.6
AL Baltimore 12.6
Baltimore 12.6
Rochester 12.6
Wichita 12.6
Azuma 12.7
Weimar 13.0
Sigfried 13.0
Perfect 10 13.2
Bayard 13.2
Pyotr Bagration 13.3
Charles Martel 13.4
Hipper 13.5
Prinz Eugen 13.6
Mainz 13.7
Mainz CE 13.7
Kutuzov 13.8
Ochakov 13.8
Riga 14.2
AL Chapayev 14.3
Chapayev 14.3


Celtic sits almost smack dab of the upper midfield pack of heavy cruisers where Rochester sits more towards the end of the pack. Rochester feels clunky and handles like it, where Celtic feels more “native” to her respective class sharing the same stats. While this is rated good overall, its more average in the face of Lighter Cruisers, representing more of a bang-for-the-buck scenario.
Rudder Shift (s) Turn Radius (m)
Weimar 6.4 660
AL Montpelier 6.9 660
Harbin 7.2 660
Cleveland 6.0 680
Wichita 6.0 680
Wichita CE 6.0 680
Perfect 10 8.0 680
Edinburgh 8.6 680
Belfast 43 9.9 680
Plymouth 10.1 680
Amalfi 11.0 680
Charles Martel 8.9 690
Mainz 10.5 720
Mainz CE 10.5 720
Albemarle 10.7 720
AL Baltimore 7.0 730
Baltimore 7.0 730
Celtic 7.0 730
Bayard 9.3 730
Hipper 9.7 740
Suzuya 5.6 750
Mogami 6.4 750
Ochakov 7.4 750
Rochester 10.5 750
Kutuzov 6.5 760
Prinz Eugen 9.8 770
Atago 8.1 790
Sigfried 14.0 880
AL Chapayev 8.7 890
Chapayev 8.7 890
Pyotr Bagration 10.5 890
Azuma 12.3 920
Riga 11.5 920


Celtic essentially has one commander that is head and shoulders ahead of the rest, while the rest kind of just work. HotRod offers the best fit here inarguably, along with Radar Edinburgh and Radar Minotaur. This sets Celtic up to be a near par build with the USN CA Queen Shelly Beapley. While her 4th row skill’s absence here is certainly felt and results in a 9.9km concealment, the build is largely similar and works well for any radar focused cruiser. While there are other builds out there, this is the gem of the lot and helps unlock that sacred mantra of utility that surrounds the Baltimore Class. Inspirations should focus on concealment, Mikawa and Swirski, to bring Celtic’s detection to pair with her Radar.
Nothing can be easy with Rochester, and naturally, building her was to the same effect. Essentially there are two trains of thought for this ship, build into dispersion or build into utility.
AL Montpelier seemed to mesh the best, which then turns Rochester into a little flamethrower capable of merging all her shells into a single pixel. However, this build is rather finicky to use and has a fair number of weaknesses. The build heavily relies on team spotting and is itself a second-line cruiser. Something like a 19-20% fire chance and a nasty dispersion circle. Rochester already has excellent gunnery performance as discussed; Montpelier really sharpens the sword. Pair with AL Scharnhorst and Scott to reduce dispersion and sigma, respectively, even further.
AL Montpelier
It's a rare day when Shelly gets sat down in favor of another commander in the USN CA tree, but I kept falling into the same pitfalls using the same build for similar ships often being able to use radar. Shelly will help bring out Rochester’s utility, but she’s arguably not as well fit in on Rochester as AL Montpelier is. Pair Beapley with concealment inspirations from Mikawa and Swirski and enjoy a very beautiful 9.3km concealment. Rochester has SHAP and excellent penetration values, meaning she can readily ambush and critically strike ships quite larger than her, all without torpedoes.
Shelly Beapley


Ok, rather than spell out everything, everywhere, all at once; I’m going to keep it simple here.
  1. Damage Control: Standard, unlimited uses. 60s cooldown.
  2. Sonar: 3km Torp, 4.2km Ship detection. Lasts around 98s when kit with Hot Rod and reloads in 132.
  3. Radar: 9.9km range and lasts about 28s when built.
  4. Heal: 733/s over 20s. Yep, that’s over 14k HP. Reloads in less than a minute too.
Celtic has a near ideal consumable suite. There are some differences off the mainstream, such as slightly less sonar range or shorter radar duration. Glossing over the minor differences, the bigger picture reveals something better. Built, Celtic can regenerate a LOT of health.
  1. Damage Control: Standard, unlimited. 60s cooldown.
  2. Defensive AA: +200% average AA damage. This is memes, it's sort of like a bug zapper for planes.
  3. Sonar: Standard 3.3km/4.4km detection over 96s. The average sonar found on everything.
  4. Smoke/Heal: 30s duration, 104s dissipation time for the smoke. 251/s over 28s for the heal.
Rochester is rather standard in her access to her consumables, with the killer choice between smoke or a heal. I’ve gone back and forth, generally landing on the heal. Rochester is essentially a decent cruiser hampered by her rather average consumable suite.


  1. Aiming Systems Mod 1: -7% Dispersion
  2. Steering Gears Mod 2: -20% Rudder Shift
  3. Concealment Mod 1: -10% Detectability
  4. Main Battery Mod 3: -15% Gun Reload
Ok, so the modifications section is super easy because both ships share the same builds. Aiming Systems mod 1 for the dispersion, player’s choice on slot 2 with either propulsion mod 2 or steering gears mod 2. Concealment Mod 1 for slot 3 and finishing off slot 4 by increasing DPM with main battery mod 3.




Celtic is a joy. Rochester is work.
I can see Celtic becoming a popular contestant in competitive play with the access to that 9.9km radar and her super heal. I rather lamented her HE performance, more due to her lower fire chance then her DPM or ballistic performance. While it would be nice to see her have ¼ pen HE, she doesn’t need it. I find her nicely balanced and well measured to take on Tier 7. She is just unique enough to warrant her own review, whilst similar enough to stay nearer the beaten path. While she may not comfortably and outright usurp Wichita CE and AL Baltimore from their spots, she’s worth mentioning with the group. That’s saying something.
Rochester, well, let’s just say that not everyone can be the best. This ship is tough but can be rewarding in a sense of overcoming the demands of a challenging ships. My issue with Rochester is 2-fold, her smoke and her heal. She ideally needs both to function in this current meta, and running the ship’s gimmick leaves her with abysmal EHP in a plummet from pretty good to 3rd worst overall, which only trumps Harbin and Bayard while being out-healed by Weimar. With a smoke-fire penalty in the mid 7’s km, smoke is hard to use effectively that is not relegated to back line, HE spam. As said before, if we’re really going to be stuck to this, there are ships which do this better. While I love the perspective of a USN CA without radar just to offer something more unique, a USN CA without Radar is like a cart without a horse. Hilariously enough, Rochester seems to avoid CV games like the actual plague, so I suppose that’s one strong point. Otherwise, and largely, captains are left with a rather average 203mm CA.
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2023.03.29 11:39 Extension-Teacher126 do i agree to casually dating my ex?

okay so me (21f) and my ex (19f) dated for about 6 months last year. we met through work and do still work together a couple of times a week. it was her first queer relationship so it was a bit slow going at the start but she is my first love and i'm her's.
we had a wonderful 6 months together until the serious stuff that she went through with her ex started coming up for her and she ended it (we're talking r*** and regular abuse which has caused her to lose a lot of self-worth). at the time i knew that wouldn't be it for us and i voiced that to her but i'd be lying if i said i didn't struggle with my mental health after the breakup. we spent a few months not talking at all (at my request) and only interacting in desperate times w no other options at work but then she went overseas for a couple months.
leading up to the trip we had been talking a little bit more (floating the idea of a FWB scenario although that never happened) and we ended up seeing each other a couple nights before she left. we just talked for hours and hours and eventually kissed a bit and that was it. i went cold turkey while she was away (which she knew i was doing) and blocked her on everything, only texting her to say happy birthday briefly. i truly was really at peace during that time and would go days without thinking about her although i did miss her.
when she got home we saw each other a couple times at work before i decided that we needed to talk about what had happened before she left (we had also exchanged i love you's over text before she got on the plane) but said that i only wanted to talk if she thought she might want to get back together, otherwise i didn't see the point and i would go back to 0 contact. she said we could talk. it took a few weeks to find a time that worked for us both and in that time we texted almost every day. we had work drinks one night and i offered to drive her cause i would be sober and we live quite close to each other - she said yes. she ended up getting pretty drunk and asked me to stay over, i said no because i was not intoxicated like her and i didn't want to do anything that would make her or i uncomfortable. she assured me that nothing would happen, so i agreed. we cuddled and slept (me less so than her) and that was it but the next day i texted her to say i needed her to choose a time to talk cause the weird in between wasn't super fun for me anymore aka waiting for her to decide what she wanted.
that leads us to last night. we drove to a lookout and talked for a couple hours about her trip and work etc. before i told her i didn't want to put it off any longer. the essential gist of the conversation was me saying that if she wasn't ready now then that was it for me and her saying she loves me and us and wants things to stay the way they are rn because she's not ready to unpack everything that needs to be worked on, in order for her to be ready for a committed long term relationship again. we agreed that we both hated the situation and didn't want it to happen and had a long and emotional goodbye that included a lot of self-hatred from her and a lot of sadness from me. when i woke up today i was a wreck. i spent the morning crying before a therapy session and then a long talk w my aunt. both of those discussions made me see that i was making a decision based on what i thought would make me happiest in the long run, not choosing the thing that was making me happy now although neither was necessarily the better choice.
in the end i messaged and told her i was worried i'd made the wrong decision and i didn't want to lose her - i was willing to give up having an official title if it meant that i still had her in some capacity. it took me a bit to convince her that i had actually thought about it and wasn't just losing my mind cause i miss her and she asked for me to take a few days to think about it before we made a decision. she wants me to be happy and for us to be on the same page, as do i. i really believe that somewhere there is a world in which we can make it work and just be happy and not worried about the future, whether that means ground rules, agreements, regular chats etc etc i'm not sure but i'm sure i don't want to lose her and I would prefer to do it difficult with her than easy with someone else. i'm terrified of regretting either choice and keenly aware that everyone around me has a different opinion. i think love should trump everything else but it's hard to know what is right.
- we have both hooked up with other people in the time that we haven't been dating but neither of us is interested in other people
- our work friends know most of what's happened between us but our relationship has always been a secret from management
- i miss her dogs lol

tldr: my ex (19f) and i (21f) are still in love but she's not ready for a relationship again, should I say yes to casually dating?
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2023.03.29 11:32 Reader_fuzz How would you guys tackle this issue?

So this has been going on for about month. After we took our 9 year old son off his ADHD meds because he had a very scary health issue suddenly pop up one school day. For a week he was off his meds thankfully that issue did not happen and has not happened since. The only speculation is it probably was caused by a migraine. So when he was off his meds he was angry. He already has a quick temper something we have been working on with him at home about. Off his meds at school was a whole different ball game than like he is at home. He made a poor choice and decided to throw his notebook at his classmate that threw a pencil at him. While he did already pay for that decision at home and at school. If seems he is now labeled as the bad kid. Ever since then he has told me no teacher will listen to him and he keeps getting recess taken away. Also the teachers stop talking to me on pick up about his silly jokes, or something silly he did that day. They go out of their way to avoid me. Which is weird because I have not even said anything else to them since the whole incident. I have also not heard anything from them since he has been back on his meds. I am pissed off that if there is any remote truth to what my child is saying. He likes to tell things how it feels to him than what is actually happening. Especially with waiting. Like if he is super excited about something 1 minute will feel like an hour and this he will say I have been waiting for an hour. Still he has been consistently telling my husband and I about how his recess has been taken away. Because other children have teasing/bullying him and the teachers believe the 3 other children over my child. My whole issue and why I am mad is because I have not heard anything. We have noticed how he is no longer excited about school and it's a push to get him to want to go even get to school on time. Before this incident he loved going to school a bit early to be able to talk to his friends. My plan is to email his teachers. Note: this school has them go to the grade level teacher they are personally at for math and reading. Is there any particular way I should word this my questions about what is happening? I have been trying to get him have a behavior plan from day 1 when he was officially diganosed and they outright refused. I want to ask what is going on so we can come up with a plan together because I fully believe in a united front. To better help him to be the mature and well rounded adult. I also plan on asking about why he says recess is taken away and about the bullying. Sadly it happened a lot last year I fought for him and little was done to fully improve the situation. Because they "never saw it" and "you know how sensitive he can be" While I fully acknowledge that yes our 9 year old is dramatic but should that not be a red flag if he keeps saying the same person or persons are messing with him? I was truly hoping this year would be better at this school. It started out that way. Seriously everything has changed ever since he had a really bad day. Now it's like 2nd grade all over again.
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2023.03.29 11:31 ParaMoon42 Angry Now And Just Venting...

Hello, everyone. It's me, Dani. :-)
I'm the 42-year-old sibling/anime nerd/writer, who's trying to care for my 57-year-old brother named Rob with a brain tumor and a badly infected leg (due to diabetes, thanks to the brain tumor). Along with my sister, Ace, who is the true rockstar and angel in all of this. And Rob's wife is a SAINT! She's put up with this madness for over a year and deserves all of the flowers possible! =p
So, it's been *checks notes* NINE days since I made my first post here, which started out with me venting about the horrible state of Rob's leg, the difficulty in changing his bandages (and peeling chunks of his skin away in the process, because the infection was THAT BAD!), about me going into a room to silent cry after those changings - before putting on a happy face again and approaching Rob with empathy and compassion again.
And just like the erosion of his leg, so is the state of our sibling relationship - as I've reached the point of screaming, cursing him out, and blocking phone calls altogether from Rob! I'll explain...
So, Ace took him to the best VA hospital in the Twin Cities of Minnesota. Once the medical staff saw the state of his leg, they IMMEDIATELY admitted him and set up a whole team of specialists for him. Two wound-care specialists, a new endocrinologist, a GP (that Rob loved and kept praising a lot), a head nurse named, uh... let's call him Calvin - that took to him as a fellow ex-soldier himself, a psychologist (as he voiced that he was feeling a lot of anxiety and wanted to talk with someone), a social worker, and a group of nurses to tend to his every need and whim.
This dream-team would football huddle together and work quickly with the goal to save Rob's leg from being amputated from the knee, as that was a real possibility on the table. (Keep in mind, this isn't on his Veteran benefits - no, it's on his wife's private insurance). And the treatments were super effective, with every one of his doctors pretty much giving the green light that he'd likely be released from the hospital by Monday. Meaning the Monday that's already passed now...
By Saturday, Rob decided, "My leg is healed enough! I want to go home!" He meant that he wanted to go back to our apartment for my sister and me to resume playing nurse-maid to him. Every doctor was adamant in their professional opinion that it would be unwise for him to leave the hospital in the middle of the treatment that will save his leg! So many times, the phrases "not recommended" or "I wouldn't recommend it" was repeated by every doctor and specialist. They would tell Rob this directly and oftentimes with Ace in the room to witness it.
Somehow, Rob heard, "Something-something... you can go home now if you want to." Every. Single. Time. And when Ace went home from her visit with him, he'd get the doctor to get on his phone, to relay to Ace that he can skip out on his treatment, but the doctor would repeat over the phone, "I don't recommend that your brother signs out of treatment prematurely, in my professional opinion." Then Rob would take the phone back and shout to my sister, as if he was vindicated, "You see? Doctor says I can go home!"
Calvin tried to warn him, "If you leave this hospital, you'll lose the leg for certain!" Rob tried to argue with the head nurse that his leg wasn't that bad, so Calvin stated the truth, "Dude, I can smell the infection, as we speak." I had experienced that smell for two days before he went into the VA... it smells of rotting flesh! No lie or "no cap" as the kids say these days.
Rob got angry and decided that it was all his wife's fault that he was losing his leg. He called her up on the phone, screaming at her, and asking for a divorce, as poor Ace tried to calm him down. His wife's account was, that she gave him his antibiotics - he refused to take them and the infection got worse. And that's an observable truth, as Rob has a habit of not taking his medication when he's at home and it's left up to him to do. And, he's too prideful to let anyone else manage his medications for him.
Either that or too paranoid. I don't really know.
Before Saturday, on Friday, Rob decided that Calvin was at fault and should be fired. He blamed Calvin for "lying" to him about the risk of losing his leg, deciding that it was never that serious at all, and that Calvin was purposely trying to get him to divorce his wife. And then, more bizarre conspiracy theories against the hospital and staff occurred. (see the previous post, if you're curious.)
So, it's been days of nonstop gaslighting and emotional blackmailing from Rob! And... for some crazy reason, he believes I'm the "weakest link" (even though, Ace has openly admitted that she's the weaker of the two of us and has been leaning on me for support to not cave into his mind-games), and his presumption that he's somehow "smarter" than me and that he can easily get his way from me only pisses me off MORE so! :(
And the worse thing is - the leg thing is situated now... It's not great, but they managed to stop the infection. Rob took it upon himself to flood my phone with photos of his bloody mess of a leg, to "prove" to me that his leg is fine. Even though it looks like a shriveled and dead tree limb with huge gaping bloody wounds, that are actively staining the white linens within the photo. Yes, there is no more liquid and pus, just lots of blood flowing now, but... Seriously, any special effect artist would be PROUD to recreate the way his "leg" looks now, for any horror movie!
BUT, on Sunday, his brain tumor swelled up so much that his eye is drooping, because it is pressing on the optical nerve. Rob's vision is impaired by the tumor and the surgeon wishes to schedule him for brain surgery as soon as possible. They're trying to get a spot for him in the OR and everything set up, but... you know, COVID, so the systems are still bogged down, and the soonest they could get it was in a few days from now. He has to STAY for a few more days to get the brain surgery that he most certainly needs.
And he will... because he has no other choice. =p
In my last post, I explained that Ace and I set an ultimatum to him - if he signs out AMA, he'll have to figure out on his own how to get back to our apartment and how he's going to climb the stairs to the second floor alone. Fat chance of him being successful at either - because he's too weak to sit up on his own, let alone stand on two legs without any help, and he's not been in Minnesota long enough to learn how to travel it yet. (FYI, we're far away from the hospital, in a suburban town many miles away! And he doesn't have any money to pay for that kind of cab fare, even if he wanted to!)
Ace and I are doing a little "tough love", refusing to take him out of medical care, which would be actively helping him to die on our sofa if we did. Nope.
His wife is in FULL and EAGER agreement with this too, along with Rob's social worker as well. The social worker will speak to his new GP about getting a psych eval for him (because the doctor that he praised so much before was harassed and driven up a wall so much - he switched rotation to another floor, just so Rob could stop insisting that he speak with Ace on the phone several times a day and say that it's okay for him to leave the hospital with a huge swollen BRAIN TUMOR in his head!!!)
It's okay... I'm taking a breath. LOL.
So... in order to stop getting his gore-fest photos and his constant calls, still trying to convince me that I'm a better nurse to him than, you know, nurses who went through medical training and all. And trying to hit every pain point in me to get me to cave into what he wants, I blocked his number. Leading up to the blocking, I DID blow up at him on Monday and shouted, "No, you listen to me! Your leg is f**king falling apart! I was peeling off your skin, every time I changed the bandages! Why do you think I'd immediately go back to my room, every time? I went to my room to CRY!" Rob paused, but he didn't care at all, he continued to argue that his leg was NEVER that bad and now that the infection was gone, he should come home... ignoring the swelling BRAIN TUMOR!!!!
I had enough and erupted with, "You're not going to manipulate me, you mother****er!!!" I don't use that swear, usually, as it was my mother's favorite swear. Perhaps, I was channeling a bit of her short temper, at that moment.
Then Rob tried to argue that I can't see very well (trying to use my eye condition against me - I am visually impaired with Keratoconus, yet in my constant blurred vision, I could see his skin sloughing off his wounds anyway. And so did my sister, who isn't visually impaired... nor were his doctors who were shocked and stunned at the state of his leg too, and poor Calvin the head nurse too), that I was seeing his leg "wrong" and "imagining things"... and that's when I hung up and blocked him.
For the past two days... of blissful peace! XD
I went about my day and life as usual while checking in on my sister, from time to time, who was still taking his calls and being driven up a wall.
And the phone block on Rob should have remained...
Tonight, he used the nurse's desk phone to contact me and leave a message on my voicemail. Before he went into the hospital, I had happily presented him with a "house-warming gift". You see, I suffer from PTSD and night terrors (will not get too much into that, just mentioning it for clarity's sake), and my sister bought me a tank with osculating jellyfish in it, to help me sleep better at night. It's a lot pretty, and calming, and it does help me out a lot.
When Rob came to visit us the first time (in far better health than he is currently in and not at all the asshole that we know him to be as now - I know, I know... it's the tumor.), he saw it and thought it was the coolest thing ever. So, I asked my sister to send the link to where she bought the tank, so I that could buy one for Rob when he came back to live with us/seek medical treatment in Minnesota. (That was THE PLAN, after all, that Rob would move in with us for a while and seek medical care here in Minnesota, as he said that our state had better doctors here than in Maryland.)
So tonight, Rob decided to leave me a message, saying that he was sorry and that if he was to go back to Maryland - would it be okay if he took along the jellyfish gift with him? No matter how much of an asshole someone is to me, a gift is a gift. I don't take back gifts, NOT EVER. That's not my style at all. And so, I took him off the phone block to text him just that. Word-for-word.
He wrote back - his words jumbled and misspelled heavily, because of his vision impairments, that was along the lines of "I know that you hate me now." And I replied back, "I don't hate you. I'm just not willing to put up with emotional blackmail bullshit." So then he called me and I kind of KNEW it was a bad mistake to answer, but I did answer...
Immediately, he tried to convince me that he can come home now because there was a "scheduling error" and the doctors said that he can leave for two days and come back for the brain surgery this weekend! This began a shouting match between him and me! LOL! Ace had talked to the doctors and social worker YESTERDAY, who said no such thing. And they keep stressing, if Rob leaves now, it will take at least three whole weeks before he would be able to get in brain surgery. Because, COVID, things are stressed and short-staffed in every hospital.
He will not last that long. He will either die of starvation (as he's not eating meals - and that's not anything new. Ace and I noticed that for a while now, before he went to the hospital, and had asked his wife about it too. She confirmed that Rob wasn't eating much in Maryland either. It may be time for a feeding tube to be introduced soon), or the pressure of the tumor may cause him to have a fatal stroke or other grizzly brain horrors and he'll die on our sofa.
I said to him (and please excuse my swears), "Stop being such a bitch-baby and stay for the surgery!" And he grumbled, "Stop calling me a bitch-baby..." And I literally punched the air, because I was so pissed off, and I snarled, "Okay, I will when you STOP acting like one!!!" Then I realized that I was screaming my head off past midnight, caught myself, and said, "You know what? Ace is in the next room, trying to get some sleep, so she can work in the morning... I'm NOT doing this with you, Rob!"
Then he asked, "B-but... do you still love me, as your brother?" I answered, "Yes, I love you, Rob... even though you're f**king nuts right now!" And he sulked, "I'm not f**king nuts..." Then he said, "Okay, I'll let you and your sister rest tonight then." And... he's back on phone block. I don't think I'll unblock him until AFTER his brain surgery. =p
Fool me once...
Anyway, sorry for this crazy long post! I did try to edit it down, but... so much has happened in the last... *checks notes again* OMG! TWO DAYS, since I last posted here. Seesh! :(
I'll update - AFTER Rob has gone through surgery and is situated. I just needed to vent and blow off some steam... at, currently, 4:30 AM in the morning. I'm hoping that this long af post was at least a little entertaining and provided a few chuckles, at the very least. ;-)
Be excellent to each other. And peace out!
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2023.03.29 11:22 getnourish3d Look after yourself

Modern life can often feel like a constant juggling act. With the conflicting and competitive needs of work and home life, coupled with a relentless 24-7 media culture and the always-on phone habit, finding the time to really look after yourself can prove difficult.
For many, the daily plate spinning can lead to feelings of stress – and a study by the Mental Health Foundation (MHF) in 2018 found that in turn our physical health can suffer as a consequence.
Whether it’s worrying about work, frowning about finances, or stressing about how we look, the knock-on effect can often be a binge on booze or a trip to the takeaway to lift our moods.
In fact the online poll by the MHF – the largest known study of stress levels in the UK – revealed 46 per cent of respondents reported they ate too much or ate unhealthily due to stress and 29 per cent reported that they started drinking or increased their drinking.
The question for many of us then is how to find the balance. How can we keep stress at bay, improve our mental and physical well-being and fit all of that into a work-life schedule already bursting at the seams?
It might sound like a task worthy of Tom Cruise in the next round of Mission: Impossible films but even the most crammed of calendars can make room for some personal TLC.
Don’t worry, we’re not talking marathon training or taking on a triathlon here.
But here are some of our tips for quick, easy and efficient changes you can make to your lifestyle to give you a physical and mental boost no matter how busy your day is.

Go for a walk

It costs nothing, you can do it anywhere, and you can start right now without the need for any equipment. So what’s stopping you?
According to researchers at the University of Cambridge, a 20-minute walk every day cuts the risk of premature death by almost a third.
And studies in Canada have shown a quick stroll can also help with brain function – and could help to reduce the risk of dementia in the future. Walking can also help your heart and improve your mood.
It can be as simple as taking the stairs instead of the lift, getting off the bus a stop or two earlier or just swapping surfing social media on your lunch break for a lap of the local park.
Fancy something a bit more challenging? With sales of Fitbits, Smartwatches and other fitness trackers staying strong why not set a workplace walking challenge?
There are plenty of sites online that can help you set it up. And you can even raise money for a good cause in the process.

Make a connection

We might be able to reach into our pockets and contact a Facebook friend in a matter of seconds but what about real-life conversation?
We’re better connected than ever before thanks to smartphones and social media, but human beings are still hardwired for old-school face-to-face interaction.
Meet a friend for lunch, turn the TV off and play a game with the children or make a phone call rather than sending another text. The science says all of it is better for our mental wellbeing than a tweet, a like or dropping your dinner snaps onto Instagram.
A study found the average Brit checks their phone 28 times a day. Yet a digital detox has been linked with improved sleep, better concentration and less stress.
And with the Screen Time tools Apple introduced for the iPhone, or the Digital Wellbeing dashboard that Google produced for Android, it’s easier than ever before to monitor your time online and take a break.

A high five for fruit and veg

Health and well-being advice is constantly evolving and ever-changing. But sometimes olden is golden.
Five has been the magic number for portions of fruit and veg in our daily diet since 2003. It’s advice still favoured by the NHS – and advice based on a 1990 World Health Organisation report that concluded eating more than 400g fruit and vegetables per day was linked to a lower risk of heart disease, stroke and some cancers.
Some studies say we should eat more fruit and veg. Yet more evidence says most of don’t eat enough – even those of us that do hit the favoured target of five.
In Australia, the advice is five to six servings of veg PLUS two servings of fruit. And in Japan, the experts suggest as many as 13 portions of veg each day (plus four of fruit).
Don’t get too tangled up though. What is clear is that the more fruit and vegetables you put into your diet, the greater the potential health benefits.

Water works

While five-a-day of fruit and veg still seems to be solid advice, opinions are more divided when it comes to water.
A long-accepted mantra of aiming for eight glasses a day has come under fire from lots of experts, many who point out that we are hydrated by food as well as water. Cauliflower and aubergine, for example, are 92 per cent water.
A one-size-fits-all approach has also attracted criticism, with many suggesting a simple drink-when-thirsty approach is best due to the many variables from one person to the next.
Where there is more agreement, is that regular water intake can mean less of the bad stuff – the fizzy drinks, the alcohol and the sugary snacks.
Even mild dehydration can lead to poor mental and physical performance so what can you do to make sure you’re water wise? Thirst aside, the experts point to the bathroom. Having light yellow (or colourless) urine usually confirms an adequate water intake.
Every journey starts with a simple first step. And perhaps these easy options can inspire you to more in the future.
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Cedarwood essential oil is used to calm cats .it has a calming effect on their nervous system. It's important to be cautious when using cedarwood oil around cats. Before using an essential oil, talking to your veterinarian is important. If using oil, any sign or irritation, then stop using the oil. It can be toxic and potentially harmful to their health, which can cause neurological problems and liver damage if used in large amounts. Always use essential oils for any pets; please consult the veterinarian before using oil mix with any carrier oil. Cedarwood essential oil is best for cats. It is a very grounding essential oil. This is also a calming essential oil. Cedarwood essential oil is used in aromatherapy for relaxation and calmness. It is limited research on its effects on cats. According to certain sources, cedarwood oil may be toxic to cats, particularly if ingested. The scent of cedarwood oil may harm cats, causing anxiety or stress rather than relaxation. You should seek advice from a veterinarian before using cedarwood or any essential oils around cats.


Helichrysum essential oil is obtained from the flowers of the Helichrysum plant. It is known for its healing and soothing properties. Specifically, on cats, it is generally considered safe for use on felines when used in moderation and under the guidance of a veterinarian. Helichrysum oil has been shown to have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties. It can help reduce pain and inflammation in cats. It may also have a calming effect on cats and help alleviate stress and anxiety. It's important to dilute the oil and only use a small amount. If your cat shows discomfort or irritation after using Helichrysum oil, stop using it immediately and contact your veterinarian. Helichrysum essential oil is not a commonly used essential oil for cats. Helichrysum oil may have calming properties and help reduce cat stress and anxiety.


Copaiba essential oil is obtained from the resin of the copaiba tree, which is native to South America. It has been used for centuries in traditional medicine to treat various ailments, including pain, inflammation, and respiratory problems. Copaiba oil has become a natural remedy for various conditions, including anxiety and stress. Some people believe that copaiba oil has calming properties that can help reduce stress and promote relaxation. It may have anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties that could be beneficial for promoting overall well-being. Copaiba oil is not commonly used as an essential oil for cats, and there is limited research on its effects on felines. As with any essential oil, it's essential to be cautious when using copaiba oil around cats and consult a veterinarian. Copaiba oil may have calming properties and help reduce cat stress and anxiety. Essential oils mix with a carrier oil and only use a small amount. Your cat discontinues use if any discomfort or irritation is observed.


essential oils can have calming effects on cats, but there are still potential side effects. Some of the potential side effects of essential oils for calming cats include:
· Skin irritation: Essential oils can irritate a cat's skin, causing itching, redness, and inflammation. Applying essential oils and carrier oil to the cat's skin can help reduce the risk of skin irritation.
· Respiratory issues: Some essential oils can cause respiratory distress.
· Allergic reactions: Some cats may be allergic to certain essential oils, even if they have been diluted properly. Symptoms of an allergic reaction may include sneezing, coughing, and difficulty breathing. It's essential to observe the cat's behaviour after using essential oils and to discontinue use if any negative behavioural changes or signs of discomfort are observed. It's also important to consult with a veterinarian before using essential oils around cats to ensure their safety and to use caution when introducing new oils. Using only high-quality, pure essential oils and diluting them properly can also help reduce the risk of side effects. Essential oils can have side effects on cats; caution should be exercised when using them.

· Toxicity:

Some essential oils are toxic to cats and can cause serious health problems, including liver damage, seizures, and respiratory distress. Examples of essential oils that are toxic to cats include tea tree oil, eucalyptus oil, and citrus oils. It is suggested to consult with a veterinarian before using essential oils around cats to ensure their safety and to use caution .it to use only high-quality, pure essential oils and dilute them properly before using them on or around cats. Essential oils around pets, it is crucial to be aware of the potential side effects and take necessary precautions. This is especially important for cats, who are highly sensitive to essential oils. Even if an essential oil is safe for cats, there are risks of potential side effects, such as muscle stiffness, dizziness, drooling, fatigue, weakness, difficulty breathing, or vomiting. It's important to follow certain precautionary measures. If your cat displays any of the signs mentioned above, it is recommended to stop using essential oils and seek expert advice immediately. When purchasing cat-friendly essential oils, choosing 100% pure, natural, and organic essential oils is best. Essential oils can be safely used to promote relaxation and calmness in cats. Consultation with a veterinarian can also help ensure the safe use of essential oils around cats.



Diffusing cat-safe essential oils releases minute particles of essential oils in the air, which cats can inhale. It is important to avoid using excessive amounts of essential oils in diffusers when around cats, as it can cause irritation and potential liver damage. It is suggested to monitor your cat's behaviour for any changes when using essential oils. To promote calmness in cats, it's best to use essential oils known for their calming properties. Diffusing essential oils is considered the safest method for using them around cats. However, it is important to ensure that cats are not near the diffuser. Essential oil diffusers can safely and effectively promote relaxation in cats.

Topical Application

Essential oils can be topically applied after diluting them with a carrier oil. You can dilute one drop of essential oil in 2 tablespoons of carrier oil .essential oils completely around your cats and dogs. Avoid using toxic. Essential oils Never apply near a cat’s eyes, nose or mouth. Nor should you let cats ingest oils. Watch your cat for any signs of toxicity, including lethargy, watering eyes, itching, vomiting, drooling, or lack of coordination. It will cause pets to ingest a small amount of the oil, which could harm them. Essential oils Never apply undiluted directly to your cat’s fur or skin. The essential oils can be used in conjunction with each other or alternated. Essential oils are great for helping your animal with various issues that cause them anxiety. Do a patch test. Always dilute essential oil mix with carrier oils.


If you watch symptoms of essential oil poisoning in your cats, immediately stop using essential oils, bathe your cat and consult a vet. Seek expert advice before using essential oils for senior cats. If your cat is breastfeeding or pregnant, essential oils should not be used around your cat. Avoid using essential oils for cats with pre-existing respiratory or health issues, as it might further worsen the situation. Identify the essential oils toxic to cats. Try to use essential oils at home that are safe for cats, dogs, or any other pets you have.


Essential oils are famous therapeutic properties. It is an excellent option to keep essential oils in your home as they can come in handy for different skin and health conditions. There are certain essential oils bad for cats and should be avoided. Essential oils do not directly affect your cat's fur, as it is unsafe for your cat. Essential oils are a natural and effective way to promote calmness and relaxation in cats. Essential oils around cats as they are highly sensitive animals. Before using any essential oils on your cat, Consult a is sure to choose 100% pure, natural, and organic essential oils that are known to be safe for cats. When using essential oils, monitor your cat's behaviour for any signs of discomfort or adverse reactions. With proper research and caution, essential oils can be useful for promoting relaxation and calmness in cats.
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2023.03.29 11:10 Camp-North Best Sleep away Camp


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2023.03.29 11:06 Sushain_clinic Ayurvedic Doctor Near Me, Just a Click Away

Ayurvedic doctors are now easily accessible through online consultation. This has made it easier for people to seek treatment without having to travel to a physical clinic. Online consultations allow people to consult with a qualified Ayurvedic doctor from the comfort of their home. They can discuss their health concerns and get personalized treatment plans that are tailored to their individual needs.
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2023.03.29 11:06 juliansatx Free gene testing for myopathy, small fiber neuropathy dysautonomia, pots, spectrum/genius, specific/primary immunodeficiency SOD or hydrocephalus?

SOD=septic optic dysplasia to that…plus, who knows. We are undiagnosed in a lot of medical issues too.
I’m pretty screwed up as of this past 3 years or so. I started showing slight symptoms about 7 years ago, though. I’m 38/m. Single father and in these 3 years of illness, I’ve just about blown through my savings and had to sell my Home. I wish I would had looked into Dna testing for mutations sooner. I’m looking for a company that may be interested in providing us free testing for the sake of research.
My kids are also following in my footsteps as far as health (both are high spectrum clinical geniuses as well). We have drs in all areas of medicine that haven’t been able to give us answers. My skins been peeling off and I have severe inflammation of my subcutaneous that has kept me in bed for months. My sfn dr doesn’t believe the subcutaneous or skin peeling has anything to do with sfn. He’s trying to get me approved for plasmaphresis (5 days inpatient) but it’s been 4+ months and he’s still trying to no avail since a lot of my blood results are normal. I guess hemo is reluctant to sign off on it, even though I have skin, fat and muscle biopsies as well as imaging to prove I’m not crazy. Moneys tight as work is hard to come by when your skin on your butt hurts to sit on it and your feet hurt to walk on. This much pin makes it hard to think in general, I lay like a zombie now. It just hurts being awake to be honest. I’d like to test us all 3 and I know there’s certain companies that test certain situations like ours for “free” as I’ve seen pop ups in the past. If anyone knows of such, please let me know. Thanks
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2023.03.29 11:05 Superfit_nova Stick to waking up at 5am and exercising for 2 weeks

I just wanted to share a small but exciting milestone in my fitness journey. For the past two weeks, I've been waking up at 5am every day and dedicating 40 minutes to exercise at home. I'm a 27-year-old woman, and up until now, I've always struggled to make exercise a consistent part of my routine.
But something just clicked for me these past two weeks. Maybe it's the fact that I'm getting older and realizing the importance of taking care of my body. Maybe it's the feeling of accomplishment that comes with starting my day with a healthy habit. Whatever it is, I'm grateful for it.
I'm happy to say that I feel full of energy and vitality every day. I even smile at complete strangers on the street, rather than just staring blankly ahead. It's amazing what just a few weeks of consistent exercise can do for your mental and physical health. And the best part is that it doesn't feel like a chore anymore - it's become something I genuinely look forward to each day.
If you're someone who's struggled with making exercise a consistent part of your routine, I encourage you to give waking up early and home workouts a try. It's not easy, but the sense of accomplishment and the benefits to your health are well worth it. And who knows - maybe it'll click for you too.
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2023.03.29 11:05 juliansatx Free gene testing for myopathy, small fiber neuropathy dysautonomia, pots, spectrum/genius, specific/primary immunodeficiency SOD or hydrocephalus or nystagmus?

SOD=septo optic dysplasia to that…plus, who knows. We are undiagnosed in a lot of medical issues too.
I’m pretty screwed up as of this past 3 years or so. I started showing slight symptoms about 7 years ago, though. I’m 38/m. Single father and in these 3 years of illness, I’ve just about blown through my savings and had to sell my Home. I wish I would had looked into Dna testing for mutations sooner. I’m looking for a company that may be interested in providing us free testing for the sake of research.
My kids are also following in my footsteps as far as health (both are high spectrum clinical geniuses as well). We have drs in all areas of medicine that haven’t been able to give us answers. My skins been peeling off and I have severe inflammation of my subcutaneous that has kept me in bed for months. My sfn dr doesn’t believe the subcutaneous or skin peeling has anything to do with sfn. He’s trying to get me approved for plasmaphresis (5 days inpatient) but it’s been 4+ months and he’s still trying to no avail since a lot of my blood results are normal. I guess hemo is reluctant to sign off on it, even though I have skin, fat and muscle biopsies as well as imaging to prove I’m not crazy. Moneys tight as work is hard to come by when your skin on your butt hurts to sit on it and your feet hurt to walk on. This much pin makes it hard to think in general, I lay like a zombie now. It just hurts being awake to be honest. I’d like to test us all 3 and I know there’s certain companies that test certain situations like ours for “free” as I’ve seen pop ups in the past. If anyone knows of such, please let me know. Thanks
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2023.03.29 11:05 gobibextraordinaire Just quit my job and I feel so free

I've been working a corporate job with a borderline abusive boss the past 6 months. Ever since I started working there' I've had over 6 people come and go in my department. Everyone else in the departments i work with have been nothing but kind and caring. It's my first corporate job and they have made work so much easier. However, it's a small company so the director of the company also works as floor manager for all the departments.
He shouts at clients, calls people dumbfucks behind their backs, and even tells us to hang up mid call on clients because what he has to say is more important. My mental health has taken so much of a toll that i had to lock myself in the staff pantry due to a panic attack. Today was the final straw and I decided to quit on the spot. I thought the weight of quitting a stable job when i need the money for post graduate studies would weigh me down but i went home feeling free.
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