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2021年1月5日 11:52 PM #251415
How do I know if I’m having a heart attack? Or a stroke? In discussing this matter with a number of doctors, several cardiologists among them, common factors repeatedly came up. So what follows is a summary of the answers given by medical professionals who have for extended periods, been intimately involved with our heart health.
I had to go back to work for the money and health insurance. That was horrible! I am a hair stylist. I faked a smiling face and just went through the motions of work day by day. When I wasn’t at work, I cried almost all of the time and lived in my thoughts of D. and my short time together.
ambulance cover: Not all health insurances cover ambulance costs, or if they do cover costs, they only cover the first journey (eg you are not covered if you need to be transferred to another facility). With ambulance cover as low as $45 a year it is definitely worth considering for piece of mind. Potential savings are huge!
Make it easy for the emergency team or the ambulance lights in locating you by sending one of your family members or those with you to stand in a strategic position where they can be easily located. If it is at night, then turn on the inside and outside lights. Just ensure you ease their efforts in locating you. Guardian Angel One sends out your GPS location to pre-determined guardians.
Now the ongoing argument about having a college education with all the credits and bells and whistles vs. a certification type program is a valid discussion. However the desire to continue your education is much bigger than how amber beacons you get the initial jolt of training.
Ann managed to crank her head toward the only other house in the area besides hers. The family that lived there had the same last name that she was born with. They laughed about that the first time they met each other. They were now just friendly. Once a season barbecues and sharing baby sitting were the only times their lives touched each others. She saw a light. Someone had gotten up for a glass of milk. She knew they were at least not sound asleep.
Goldfield had zero accommodations which meant we’d have to retrace our journey from Tonopah. There was a Ramada there on this side of town. Still, it was 26 miles. Again. It was the longest 26 miles of the trip–in the wrong direction. Disheartened and beat we drove flashing beacons for tractors silently to Tonopah. I watched the odometer countdown the miles. We were almost there.
We arrived and went out to eat out as usual, went to a nice Italian restaurant so the kids could get pizza, we were all in great spirits. Back to the hotel at around 10 pm. The older kids had the room across the hall and we were in our room with the younger ones, the joy of travelling with 5 kids. Anyway I was pretty tired so drifted off while the kids were watching TV. Around 12.30 I was woken to screams.
This summer we rode to Port Jervis, NY. We took back roads and it was one of the most amazing rides of my life. We stopped at different places along the way and even went up to Hawks Nest. I recommend it to anyone who loves twisties and a great view.