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  1. Today I watched a medium size dog racing after a car, It caught up with it at the light and jumped up on the driver's side. It was racing like crazy but the car got away. I was in tears. I cannot have more than two dogs where I live and I have 2 rescues. If I picked this dog up what would I do with it. ? It looked adoptable but I cannot take a chance that no one would take him/her. Thanks
  2. I have just purchased a table that doesn't have chairs. I would like slim but fully cushioned chairs. Can anyone recommend a good chair maker? or a company? thanks.
  3. Agree I think you will not find it in baking area. I have so much of Arm and Hammer Bicarbonato de sodio . Yes an orange box.
  4. This really isn't very helpful. If it were to list all doctors, it is missing many many doctors. It doesn't tell you really how to contact them. How old is this list?. Dr. Carlos Garcia is in the new hospital . Dr. Briseno is at Quality Care, I know that for a fact. I was there at Quality today. I do not understand . What is the purpose of lake-medical-group-doctors?
  5. We are cleaning out a storage area and found quite a few liquid chemicals such as paint remover. How can one safely dispose of them?
  6. Medicare part D is for medication. I came down with the flu on a cruise. I was quarantined. But they would not cover medications since I was in foreign waters. Even when I reminded them they got the medication when we were in Florida port.
  7. Any idea where it might have gone missing?
  8. I have mentioned before if the person posted was more clear, we wouldn't waste time on a matter we have no interest. Ex. Looking for tree...…..ELM
  9. Thanks, we will be looking for someone for some work. It helps to be warned.
  10. We have been trying to contact SOSE and keep running into stone walls. Does anyone have a current phone number. We need a current statement and have misplaced it.
  11. Agree, we have had reverse osmosis for 11 years . We get what we need in other foods or drinks. If you can afford one ...no more big bottles ever.
  12. Good luck Andita   Dra Ana spent the whole time looking at her computer but typing nothing , asked very few questions, no eye contact at all.. ordered something for anxiety that I could not tolerate. Finally I suggested something which took.

    Paulina is worse. I went to her because I wanted to see if I still needed to take these meds. She was at Maskaras then. So she weans me off what I was taking and orders something that cost 4X as much. I looked them up and they had the same active metabolite. So I went back to taking what I was taking. Now I try Quality care. Yup she works there now. I complained of being sleepy. Instead of seeing if I had kidney or renal problems which could mean it was accumulating , she wrote a prescription for Ritalin. Her rational was since I wasn't ADHD, it would keep me awake. Speed????? 

  13. Ok.....please explain who is Gordo for the rest of us
  14. I thought this better summarized what scabies is. I would like to add we has an outbreak at an LTC facility and traced it back to a woman who came in and did some of the resident's hair. Used the same instruments. You must report this to Public health who made us make up small bottles of medicine for ever person who came in contact with her. So all aides and nurses, many residents and therapists. Each needed 3 bottles. Then they said give 3 bottles to each person's family members, Since the pharmacy couldn't make that many. Myself and a few nurses worked for hours filling little bottles. Close to 500. I realized that was way overkill but State Nursing home rules. Scabies is an infestation of the skin by the human itch mite (Sarcoptes scabiei var. hominis). The microscopic scabies mite burrows into the upper layer of the skin where it lives and lays its eggs. The most common symptoms of scabies are intense itching and a pimple-like skin rash. The scabies mite usually is spread by direct, prolonged, skin-to-skin contact with a person who has scabies. Scabies is found worldwide and affects people of all races and social classes. Scabies can spread rapidly under crowded conditions where close body and skin contact is frequent. Institutions such as nursing homes, extended-care facilities, and prisons are often sites of scabies outbreaks. Yes. Products used to treat scabies are called scabicides because they kill scabies mites; some also kill eggs. Scabicides to treat human scabies are available only with a doctor’s prescription; no “over-the-counter” (non-prescription) products have been tested and approved for humans.
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