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    Default Full moon: Myth?

    How many people see a difference when a full moon is present?
    We do here at our office, if we aren't extremely busy, we are bombarded with crazy people!!!!

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    Default Re: Full moom: Myth?

    LOL I've never noticed a difference. I'll be looking for one now though

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    Default Re: Full moom: Myth?

    No difference here but I am sure in the hospitals and police stations there may be a diff. I am at home most the time so I wouldnt know. haha

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    Default Re: Full moom: Myth?

    Well..from my experience in the hospital..the ED is literally full of nut cases on full moon nights.. really..they are! LOL

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    Default Re: Full moon: Myth?

    Same with the pharmacy I work for. Big time difference during a full moon. Yesterday we had the crazies out and on the phone ALL day long.

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    I work in the ER... and we get crazy people every night. But on full moons... almost all our beds are full All the time.

    When I worked in the nursing home, I worked in the alzeheimers unit, and every full moon night, one of our residents would wheel themselves down the hallway yelling "I need to catch the bus!". It happened every full moon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LisaRN View Post
    Well..from my experience in the hospital..the ED is literally full of nut cases on full moon nights.. really..they are! LOL
    What does ED mean? In the pharmacy it means something completely different and we have special meds for it, like cialis, levitra and viagra.
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    lmao! I am thinking it was a typo and @LisaRN meant to say ER...

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    Default Re: Full moon: Myth?

    ED= emergency department

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    Aaah okay now I got it

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    Default Re: Full moon: Myth?

    Quote Originally Posted by bulldog family View Post
    ED= emergency department

    LOL..yes.. Emergency Dept. I guess it may change with what part of the country you are from.. here we say ED :-)

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    Default Re: Full moon: Myth?

    Maybe ER is "going out" because I've heard my daughter say ED, she works in a hospital too. My Mom is retired now but she's an RN and for many years she worked in labor & delivery and the full moon part of every month was always crazy!! Something about "lunur PULL" causing everyone to go into labor.

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