Daily Archives: May 23, 2019

A comprehensive understanding of Bipolar Disorder — Bipolar in Order: A Confessional

Signs and symptoms Bipolar Disorder is a condition in which people experience abnormally elevated (manic or hypomanic) and, in many cases, abnormally depressed states for periods in a way that interferes with functioning. Not everyone’s symptoms are the same, and … Continue reading

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How anonymous is an anonymous sperm or egg donor – Joyce Harper YouTube Video

Thank you to Debbie Kennett for sharing this YouTube video – How anonymous is an anonymous sperm or egg donor – Joyce Harper: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fdh2nBoiRNU&feature=youtu.be (around 1:28 minutes long). Simply put, since so many people have DNA tested in the last … Continue reading

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How Brutal Were The British Prison Colonies? – YouTube Video

I saw this in my YouTube suggestion list: How Brutal Were The British Prison Colonies?: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9HmERWNR7fk (around 4:39 minutes long).    

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Understanding Your Ancestral Origins – FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA)

I didn’t notice this yesterday when I checked their blog, https://blog.familytreedna.com/, but I saw it today even though it’s dated May 10, 2019 – Understanding Your Ancestral Origins – FamilyTree DNA (FTDNA): https://blog.familytreedna.com/understanding-your-ancestral-origins/. Of all required academic literature in grade … Continue reading

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Fold3 Free Access Featured Collections Memorial Day Weekend – Ends Tuesday May 28, 2019

I haven’t checked, but generally it’s not free access to ALL records on Fold3 when they offer, usually only certain collections – Fold3 Free Access Featured Collections Memorial Day Weekend – Ends Tuesday May 28, 2019: https://go.fold3.com/freeaccess. *Access to the … Continue reading

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FamilySearch Celebrates 20 Years Online

In doing my usual daily search of Some of the Places I Find Articles, I saw this – FamilySearch Celebrates 20 Years Online: https://media.familysearch.org/familysearch-celebrates-20-years-online/https://media.familysearch.org/familysearch-celebrates-20-years-online/. Happy 20th Online Birthday FamilySearch. A word of caution: not everything you find linked on FamilySearch … Continue reading

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‘What’s my real identity?’: As DNA ancestry sites gather more data, the answer for consumers often changes – Stat News

Updated May 23, 2019: When I logged into 23andMe, it had two notices that mentioned ethnicity updates. I didn’t write them down, but they were gone the next time I logged in. Two articles, second links to the first. I … Continue reading

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82nd Airborne War Memorial Museum, Fort Bragg – North Carolina Thursdays May 23, 2019

As Memorial Day week-end is approaching in the U. S., I thought this would be an appropriate North Carolina Thursdays post. I saw it on Visit NC – 82nd Airborne War Memorial Museum, Fort Bragg – North Carolina Thursdays May … Continue reading

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The choice that really isn’t — The Legal Genealogist

GEDmatch opt out is an illusion Dealing with privacy issues when it comes to DNA databases created for genealogical purposes is like trying to nail jello to a tree. 1,072 more words via The choice that really isn’t — The Legal … Continue reading

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