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Tiny_Rat t1_ix00rde wrote

That doesn't really explain the number of 30-40+ year old people who are getting diagnosed for the first time now thay we've gotten better at recognizing what the symptoms look like in adults, particularly women.


Background-Chapter80 t1_ix04dug wrote

At a point it stops being a condition if so many people supposedly have it though


CaptainAsshat t1_ix06kfi wrote

Or it's an environmental condition we need to address.

Lots of people contracted the black plague, that didn't make it any less real or serious.