March 14, 2014
Iʼm not a big fan of "Minute Clinics"; these are medial clinics housed inside drugstores that offer fast service for minor problems such as coughs, colds, poison ivy etc. I started going to these clinics in lieu of my general practitioner or pediatrician because my kids got sick on a Sunday. Yes, Minute Clinics are open on Sundays and they take insurance. Iʼll still take my kids and myself to the doctors for a major problem but for something minor this works great. These stations are manned by a Physicals Assistance when means this person is or was really close to being a doctor but chose to be and assistant holding most of the same knowledge. The "PA" was amazingly knowledgeable and kind, she diagnosed my daughter with strep throat, did the test right there in the office, sent a prescription straight back to the pharmacy so by the time we were done we just had to walk to the back of the store and purchase it. Brilliant! Someone really should be awarded a plaque for coming up with this idea. Talk about one stop shopping, I mean medical care. I just got a coupon for $20 off a camp physical. You can get one too at www.CVS.com
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Cleaning her woodwork
Scrubbing a toilet
Running on a treadmill
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Physical therapy gym
She's in a battle
Women like warmer temperatures be it as a sleeping or work environment and men like it cold. The temperature war is not new. One researcher actually has a theory that explains this.
Physician Han Kim, found that on average woman's hands are almost three degrees cold than a man's. The reason is that the female body produces a slightly higher core temperature around the vital organs. So women's hands and feet feel cold faster. And when your hands feel cold, so does the rest of you.
"Am I the only one who can recycle a milk carton in this house?"
What's the most amount of money she's ever paid for a item of clothing that she's never worn?
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