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August 2 @ Psalms 90-92

Psalms 90-92 (NLT link) 

Discover His heart: He will rescue and protect those who love and trust Him

If we’re looking for a Social Security program that won’t run out of money and a Healthcare Plan that doesn’t need to be funded by anyone, then Psalm 91 has the perfect plan.  705 more words

Daily Devotions

Front Office Receptionist & Dental Assistant/RDA (San Francisco)

Dental Office in San Francisco is now hiring for a Part-Time Front Office Receptionist & Dental Assistant/RDA with great experience in computer skills, especially be familiar with MS Office: Words and Excels. 13 more words

San Francisco

5 reasons why the Medicare rebate freeze is bad policy

When I tweeted about the Medicare freeze last week, someone replied and asked “Care to explain other than meaning you get less money?”

I thought it was a really good question as it highlights the complexity of the issue. 559 more words

Healthcare

New Therapy and The Kindness of Strangers

Yesterday I started on the latest round of chemotherapy.  It was the first of twelve weekly infusions of paclitaxel.  Paclitaxel is now produced synthetically, but I have been around long enough to remember when it had to come from nature and was in very short supply.   1,122 more words

Cancer

Today in Parliament, vs. Never in Congress

Just look at what the House of Commons is up to lately, and compare with our gridded & grilled Congress which won’t do this much during the next ten years:

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Witches

Optician/Front Desk Receptionist (sunset / parkside)

We are a well-established, neighborhood optometry looking to expand our staff to accommodate our wonderful patients. We take pride in our customer service and are seeking candidates who are eager to do the same. 14 more words

San Francisco

Can you do it all on ADDERALL?

Connecting Life With ADD

By: Sharon Slayton

©ADD Solutions 2007

ADDERALL – the most profitable and fastest growing AD/HD drug.  First introduced for weight loss by Shire under a different name, Adderall was taken off the market in the 60’s due to side effects and a huge addiction rate to the med’s two pure amphetamine salts.  625 more words

ADD