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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.
Bob Wold, 61, started getting the killer headaches 35 years ago.
And so, Wold was “always on the look out for something better.”
The accents seem to fall on She and have, the e in wold-e being elided.Chaucer's Works, Volume 1 (of 7) -- Romaunt of the Rose; Minor Poems|Geoffrey Chaucer
If you go toward the south, there is Ashley-Wold and grandmamma, Mrs. Galloway.That Lass O' Lowrie's|Frances Hodgson Burnett
He's worth thousands and thousands, they say, though 'a do live on in the same wold way up in the same wold house.The Well-Beloved|Thomas Hardy
The perfect form, rare beauty, intelligence, and wealth of Wold did not startle an apprehension in my breast.
Wold exhibited his fine person and exerted all his captivating powers of intellect.