Prince is straight as an arrow

Prince George, the heir apparent to the throne, is a princely boy.

He loves being a royal and he is comfortable with being seen in public.

But he knows it could be dangerous.

Prince George’s hair is straight.

That’s the secret of his princely upbringing.

But Prince George also has a problem.

He has a condition called rheumatoid arthritis, or RA.

It affects his muscles and joints.

When he walks, he sometimes feels like he has to walk very slowly, or the muscles in his arms or legs start to ache.

It’s so painful that he has had to take pills.

But it’s also a problem for his health, according to a new study by the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

He can’t get enough rest and the drugs keep making him feel worse.

So now, the family has decided to give Prince George the choice of getting better by getting his own hair straightened.

And they have an ace up their sleeve.

“This is the most challenging time for me, and my family,” said Prince George.

“I’ve been through this a lot and have lost so many people in my life.”

And it’s all because of a single diagnosis: RA.

That is, RA affects joints and muscles.

The condition affects the nerves that control the muscles and joint in your arm or leg.

When you walk, your muscles contract.

When they relax, the muscles relax too.

But the muscles can’t relax, so they feel tight and the joints in your leg and arm feel tight.

RA can cause pain.

It can cause the muscles to grow, and the muscles become tight.

This makes it more difficult for you to move your arm and leg.

But there is hope.

Dr. Richard C. Wurster, professor of neurology at Johns Hopkins and co-author of the new study, said this is not the first time the family tried to get RA help.

When the family was in their 30s, they tried many different therapies, but nothing worked.

The pain was getting worse and worse, he said.

And the family decided to try a new approach: hair straightening.

The study involved a team of researchers from Johns Hopkins.

They were looking for treatments that would reduce pain, increase muscle mass and decrease joint stiffness, and that were proven to work.

Hair straightening can also relieve other conditions, including diabetes, arthritis, and depression.

The goal of this study was to find out whether hair straighteners could treat RA.

The results: Hair straighteners are a good option.

Dr Wurter and his team found that patients with RA who were treated with hair straightener had significantly less pain, better quality of life, and a reduced chance of developing other conditions.

The researchers also found that the hair straightens also improve the overall health of patients.

“The benefit of this treatment, if any, is that the pain associated with RA is reduced, which is a significant benefit for many people,” Dr Wuurter said.

Hair Straightening for RA The study was funded by the National Institutes of Health, the U.S. Department of Defense, and Johns Hopkins Children’s Center.

“We know that there are different treatments for RA.

One is straightening of the joints, which helps to reduce inflammation and reduce the pain,” said Dr. Andrew J. Brown, who is the chief of the division of rheumatic disease and trauma at Johns Keck School of Medical Sciences.

“Other treatments include medications, physical therapy, and cognitive behavioral therapy, all of which have been shown to improve pain relief and function,” he said in a statement.

Hair-straightening may not work for everyone.

But Dr. Wuurs study showed that hair-straighteners are an effective way to reduce the symptoms of RA.

“For the most part, people with RA are doing fine,” Dr Brown said.

“It is a complex disease, and we can’t predict the outcome.

But, the evidence suggests that hair straightenings, in combination with lifestyle modifications, may be a valuable treatment.”

The Johns Hopkins team is currently testing hair straighting treatments with other patients to see if it works for them.

Dr Brown added that hair treatments also have a lot of promise.

“If we can develop a treatment that works for everyone, it will be a tremendous benefit for our patients,” he added.

But for now, it’s just a study.

It was not the only study that looked at the treatment.

A similar study looked at treatments for the common cold.

The Johns team was looking at treatments that have been used for the past five years.

The treatments have shown to work well.

But some people may not respond to the treatments, so researchers are testing other treatments, such as acupuncture and massage.

But if you have RA and want to know more, you can call the Johns Center for RA Research at (202) 735-7242.

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