"Mucus is incredibly important for our bodies," explains Michael M.
Johns III, MD, director of the Emory Voice Center and assistant professor of otolaryngology -- head and neck surgery at Emory University. Without mucus, the engine seizes." How much mucus is normal, and how much is too much? Can you just get rid of it, or at least cut down on it, and how should you do that? Mucus-producing tissue lines the mouth, nose, sinuses, throat, lungs, and gastrointestinal tract.
After Cliff became successful, he had no contact with Quirk.[quote] JFK had to undergo an emergency circumcision at age 18 in 1935, due to venereal disease.
I'm not sure if the VD part is correct, but Jack Kennedy did have a circumcision at 18.
And in 2003, when Pitts decided to write another volume about JFK, he knew he had to unearth something new.
It’s obvious that biographer David Pitts respects and finds the Kennedy legacy fascinating.With “Jack and Lem,” Pitts has indeed turned over a new stone.Billings and Kennedy met in 1933 while working on the yearbook staff at Choate School For Boys in Wallingford, Conn. The inseparable twosome had a Mutt-and-Jeff quality: Lem was taller, kind of geeky and Protestant, and Lem’s father had just died when Lem met Jack; Jack was handsome, charismatic and from a super-rich huge Irish-Catholic family.Jack and Lem met while at prep school in the 1930s and from that point on were inseparable until the day Jack Kennedy was killed. Pitts also combed through hundreds of photographs never seen by the public, many of which he was allowed to publish in the book, and interviewed anyone and everyone he could who knew Jack and Lem so he could tell, as accurately as possible, the story of a president and his gay best friend.This well-told account paints a tender, moving portrait of what the author calls “an extraordinary friendship,” the details of which enchant and move the reader.