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    Medical information

    A person could notify their doctor that the medication that they were prescribed isn't working or making them worse. The doctor could issue a form for refund to show the pharmacist. When the medication is collected it would be store in a tamper proof container and sent off at the end of the day to be destroyed.

    Why keep a medicine cabinet full of medication that doesn't work for you or makes you worse? That seems like a huge waste of money to me.

    If the medication that you or anyone else has been prescribed and taking, isn't improving your situation for what the medication was prescribed for or that it is possibly making you worse than what you have been, should people have the right to return medication for a full refund to any phamacy?

    A person could notify their doctor that the medication that they were prescribed isn't working or making them worse. The doctor could issue a form for refund to show the pharmacist. When the medication is collected it would be store in a tamper proof container and sent off at the end of the day to be destroyed.

    Why keep a medicine cabinet full of medication that doesn't work for you or makes you worse? That seems like a huge waste of money to me.

    If the medication that you or anyone else has been prescribed and taking, isn't improving your situation for what the medication was prescribed for or that it is possibly making you worse than what you have been, should people have the right to return medication for a full refund to any phamacy? I beleive that they should.

    A person could notify their doctor that the medication that they were prescribed isn't working or making them worse. The doctor could issue a form for refund to show the pharmacist. When the medication is collected it would be store in a tamper proof container and sent off at the end of the day to be destroyed.

    Why keep a medicine cabinet full of medication that doesn't work for you or makes you worse? That seems like a huge waste of money to me.
    Last edited by mumbles; 03-05-2010 at 04:14 PM.
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    wanna get blog about disease!!!

    I always fluctuate to have information rheumatic fever. Basically, I am suffering by it. But I don't actual treatment for it.

    If I have blog or free instruction from any documents or site. It will be easy to get some idea about my disease.

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    Re: wanna get blog about disease!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by webshopbd24 View Post
    I always fluctuate to have information rheumatic fever. Basically, I am suffering by it. But I don't actual treatment for it.

    If I have blog or free instruction from any documents or site. It will be easy to get some idea about my disease.
    Why wouldn't you be seeing a specialist and being treated for this? This disease can damage your heart if left untreated. While there is no cure, (it's an autoimmune imflammatory condition) there are various treatments which can be very effecive. You may have to try different combos and types of meds til you find the one that works for you, but you need to be getting treatment and you need to be monitored.
    Last edited by put it out there baby; 03-14-2010 at 02:30 PM.

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    Re: Debt relief scams

    I saw Dave Ramsey on TV this morning. He noted that the debt reduction/negotiation companies do what you could do yourself, and charge you $2,000-$6,000. He confirmed what maat55 said... you have to be very delinquent before the issuer will lower the principle, thus destroying your credit.

    He also addressed a question from a person severely in debt... $156,000 in CC debt, and the wife just lost her job. The message was don't panic, take care of essentials first, then address debts with what's left. The wife might get a better job within a couple months. Try and make it through, see what develops, and only if things get even worse should bankruptcy be an option.

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    Re: The Dairy Disaster

    I started with 'almost raw' milk about a month ago. no problems. love it. you can't get 'raw' in ny state, unless you go to a farm and they give it to you. best you can get is 'low-heat' ie gentle pasteurization, that takes longer but leaves most of the nutrients and flavor intact. commercial dairies don't do it, they do high heat flash pasteurization.

    i always have raw honey. that stuff is awesome.

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    Re: Biothera Clinics

    i have joined Biothera Clinics as well..in Vancouver around April this year. The lady said im a good candidate as well. It seems like they get a lot of clients, and i have seen clients walk out with a full set of hair. I did some research a couple months ago and i stumbled onto a forum where ppl said biothera was a scam. This made me very skeptical. I went in for my 3 month and apparently it was growing, i did not see any growth though, and she said i will start seeing results in the mirror in 6 months. It has almost been 6 months, and i have not seen any results, and i have been following all the instructions. I remain very skeptical about this, but you never know. It has not been 6 months quite, so i am interested in seeing what she says next. Again, it seems like clients are satisfied when they walk out...

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    new health care law scam alert !!

    Jeez, already !

    Check this out

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    IHRB - Exposing the thruth about IHRB and SAM COHE

    I would like to make public a scam that has been going on for some time now. In the business of hair growing treatments there is a company operating that is just a plain old scam I have made a website in order to document the facts and give people the chance not to pay the price and be scammed. I would very much need your support now, as I have succeeded securing the third position in google for "ihrb" search after a while of working. I want advise from you and help in how to make this website more public, and of course to tell the story of the IHRB hair growing treatment scam. Please let me know what I should do next. I am ready and willing to put some effort in this quest for the truth.

    http://ihrb-story.com/

    This site was created to help people to understand how Mr Sam Cohen and his company IHRB operate.

    I was one of their clients for whom the treatment did not work. I was refused a refund, which I was originally promised would be forthcoming if the treatment did not work. I have since been told by Sam Cohen that he has never issued a refund to anyone despite some clients taking him to CTTT (Consumer, Trader & Tenancy Tribunal). In every tricky contract, there is one humdinger of a clause that the average consumer would never spot. Agatha Christie would be proud of Sam’s contract. I am neither a lawyer nor a doctor. However, in my opinion, as a consumer and observer, there is one aspect of his defence that is laughable. This is outlined in this article called ‘The jewel in the crown’.

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    Suboxone Doctor Scamming Me?

    Beginning of May I needed help with an addiction I have battling. OC's, PK's, Etc...

    I found a local doctor who said my first visit would be $135 without insurance, and each visit after would be $80.

    I am lucky enough to have insurance, and asked them if that was available to use and they said yes.

    Okay, so my first visit was not $135, it turned out they charged my insurance company roughly $600 or so and just made me pay my $10 co-pay. The doctor required that I visit "his pharmacist" down the street to pickup my prescription, when I got there I paid my $10 dollar co-pay for a bottle quantity of 60 Suboxones, however the Dr only approved the pharmacist to give me 14 pills and to get more I would have to make another visit inorder to receive another 14 pills.

    Seemed very fish... 1 that I could not use my own local pharmacist to pickup my prescription, and 2 that I would be required to visit this doctor weekly to be able to receive more of the medicine... once again at his pharmacist down the road.

    My first health insurance statement (Says: This is Not a Bill). That my first visit was $600sh, and that every other visit was about $350 dollars.. they note my savings on the visit dropping the bill to about $150 with my insurance coverages savings and just that I be required to pay my $10 dollar co-pay each Doctors visit.

    This doesn't seem right at all, Should I really be paying this much money through my insurance, why would non-insurance individuals pay less if they could only pay in cash? Who can I contact FDA or another agency that could check into this operation/scheme this Doctor has going on with this "friend" pharmacist he has. Shouldn't I be able to demand that I receive my whole prescirption that I already paid my co-pay towards than wait until after going to mandatory doctors visits once a week in order to receive more of my pills... I'm sorry this just all seems fishy and scammy to me.

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    Don't Use "Healthfair" Heart Screening Scam

    Rip-off / SCAM warning - Don't trust Healthfair's "low cost complete heart checkups" under any circumstances !!!

    Just to warn you all-

    these rip-off artists who call themselves "Heathfair" seem to offer a real deal on heart and blood system checkups - but what they really do is give you a major runaround, then they totally ignore you, hoping you'll run out of breath and just go away.

    Don't use their service under any circumstance - they will rip you off They ripped me off and I've contacted them by email and by voice, times, and all they've done is ignore me. What a scam !!!!

    I paid about $ 330 , with a credit card, online, for a complete series of "heart attack" prevention diagnostic tests, then they refused to contact me after they scheduled and then rescheduled the appt (for a month later) at the last minute to make it impossible for me to make the appt.

    DO NOT SEND THEM ANY MONEY OVER THE INTERNET. They will take it and then ignore you.

    A pissed off potential customer who gave up on their REALLY lousy customer service

    Chuck

    Arlington Va.

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    Dietary Supplement Safety Act

    John McCain has introduced the "Dietary Supplement Safety Act of 2010" (S3002) co-sponsored by Byron Dorgan (D-ND). This bill would essentially gut the Dietary Supplement Health & Education Act (DSHEA) signed by President Clinton in 1994. Passage of this bill would give the FDA the ***** to arbitrarily ban any natural supplement or therapy Big Pharma and Orthodox Medicine want gone, and user in the UN's Codex Alimentarius. If this bill passes many natural supplements on the market will disappear and reappear as expensive drugs.

    This is another attempt by the government to dictate our lives.

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    Dr. Gary Tylock is literally the worst doctor I ha

    Dr. Gary Tylock is literally the worst doctor I have ever seen. He didn't take my concerns or questions seriously. He seemed unfriendly and distracted. The eye exam he gave me at Gary Tylock Laser Center was not thorough. He answered a personal cell phone call during my exam! He did nothing to inspire my confidence. There are much better eye doctors out there... don't visit this one.

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    I don't recommend Michael Mazaheri Eye Center.

    I had Lasik surgery at Dr. Michael Mazaheri. The doctor was talking to his assistants the whole time like I wasn't even there, and made me feel like he wasn't even paying attention to me. My results were not very good initially and after a month it all went bad. Mister Michael Mazaheri would not see me again until I pushed the issue then he didn't listen and barely checked my eyes, post surgery they treat you awful.
    I feel like they took my money and ran. Now it’s almost been a year and my eyesight is worse than it started. I can’t see at night. When I went to see another eye doctor, he was shocked at the scarring on my eyes and said it was the worst she's seen. I don't recommend Michael Mazaheri Eye Center.

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    Dr. Anna Marie Sullivan

    Beware of Her. She dispenses medication on a wim. She does not even have to see patients, she will just call in perscriptions. She called in so many perscriptions on me that she had me on so many medications that were in conflict with each other that I was hallucinating, and finally ended up with kidney failure. When I ended finally ended up in the hospital, the hospital did not even beleive that she had dispensed all the medications until they called my pharmacy and were told that she had issued every one of the medications. She should have her license revoked.

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    Any issues with Brain State Training?

    I am trying to find info from those who've done the Brain State Training. I've read the many good testimonies but wonder about any problems or warnings. Thank you.

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    Re: Any issues with Brain State Training?

    Quote Originally Posted by cynpatt View Post
    I am trying to find info from those who've done the Brain State Training. I've read the many good testimonies but wonder about any problems or warnings. Thank you.
    Not sure what you mean by info? Is it a company you suspect is a scam or just the technique itself?

    I found some info on a site where someone asked a similar question to your:

    http://thesupermindacademy.com/brain...rograms-a-scam


    There is some evidence that these mental exercises can help improve memory and perhaps other cognitive domains, but the effect might not be noticeable unless there is a cognitive deficit to begin with, e.g., in an older person or patient with dementia. That said, a recent paper suggests that there is greater benefit when mental exercises are practiced from a younger age.

    Or by “scam” do you mean that they’re charging money for something we can do ourselves without paying, e.g., by teaching ourselves mathematics. It is true that we can do equally-rigorous mental exercises on our own without paying, but some people need or prefer the guidance, structure, or discipline that a paid program may provide.

    References :
    I’m a neuroscientist

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