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“Other people tried it, and had amazing results,” Wold continues.
“We stress with everyone that they should discuss this with their doctor,” says Wold.
According to Wold, the National Institutes of Health has spent less than $2 million on studying cluster headaches in 25 years.
And so, Wold was “always on the look out for something better.”
Wold knows plenty of people like him, from policemen to lawyers, who would be happy to get their hands on such a pill.
He wold pull downe my hales and castles, And reeve me of my life.A Book of Ballads, Volume 1|Various
Conjuringes and Exorzismes, yf thei war conformable to the word of God, I wold commend thame.The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)|John Knox
I answer rodly, what wold ye do to asses or to oxen if thei went to schole?The Education of Children|Desiderius Erasmus
Waldhorn, wold′horn, n. a hunting-horn, a French horn without valves.
Then rode from thence the hunters / deep within a wold In search of pleasant pastime.The Nibelungenlied|Unknown