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FRONT PAGE  |  8/29/2015
FRIDAY, JUN 21, 2013  |  38 comments
Study: 70 Percent Of Americans On Prescription Drugs

Researchers find that nearly 70 percent of Americans are on at least one prescription drug, and more than half receive at least two prescriptions.

Mayo Clinic researchers report that antibiotics, antidepressants and painkiller opioids are the most common prescriptions given to Americans. Twenty percent of U.S. patients were also found to be on five or more prescription medications.

The study is uncovering valuable information to the researchers about U.S. prescription practices.


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News Item7/21/14 10:18 AM
pennnned  Find all comments by pennnned
americans are literally filled with heavy metals and have many nutritional deficiencies. synthetic pills only mask these problems. the system is woefully behind the times and will not accept responsibility for how we live and our dependency on junk food and junk medicine because it would put blame on our corporations and would require us to decentralize and be responsible for our own lives.
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News Item7/21/14 9:14 AM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Well, I did find an article that is pertinent to SA's thread, Missouri Alone in Resisting Prescription Drug Database

John Y., it sounds like you might be a prime candidate for becoming a resident in Alaska, considering your fondness for iceboxes You'll become a prime candidate for Christianity when you make a Pilgrimage From Rome

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News Item6/27/13 7:42 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Unprofitable Servant wrote:
John Yurich, if you manage to obtain the properties and set them up the way you have stated, then your worse enemy is going to be the free market. If you hope to make money from a rental property you will need to actually have renters paying rent money to stay there. You are greatly narrowing down the number of people who will find any interest in staying in one of your places. Your preferences are not based upon any empirical evidence, but your own personal decision to take away things of which you are currently enjoying the use.
I do not use the stove and oven. I just use the microwave oven. And when I eventually get an outdoor grill then I will use the outdoor grill to make hamburgers and weiners. Why would anybody have a problem not having a stove in the house, only using the outdoor grill and microwave oven to make meals and using an ice box instead of a refrigerator?

Christopher000, I will not permit the renters to smoke anywhere on the property of the house they are renting.

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News Item6/24/13 8:21 AM
Unprofitable Servant | Georgia  Find all comments by Unprofitable Servant
John Yurich, if you manage to obtain the properties and set them up the way you have stated, then your worse enemy is going to be the free market. If you hope to make money from a rental property you will need to actually have renters paying rent money to stay there. You are greatly narrowing down the number of people who will find any interest in staying in one of your places. Your preferences are not based upon any empirical evidence, but your own personal decision to take away things of which you are currently enjoying the use.
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News Item6/24/13 8:08 AM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
Christopher000 wrote:
I didn't even think about fireplaces, and how about candles, inscense, or whatever. What about someone smoking outside and not disposing of the butt properly? My point is that there are to many variables that just can't be policed. Renting properties with only ice boxes and outdoor grills may be a bit difficulty, but who knows. Anyway, fires, etc, are what insurance us for and you can only do so much to prevent them. I just think stoves and refrigerators are the least of a homeowners problems when it comes to potential fire hazzards.
Much of the ordinary everyday seems dangerous to JY. Staying in the RCC is safe though, cause they don't know he doesn't believe what they teach.

I wonder how he will keep his tv dinners frozen in an ice box?

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News Item6/24/13 7:40 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I didn't even think about fireplaces, and how about candles, inscense, or whatever. What about someone smoking outside and not disposing of the butt properly? My point is that there are to many variables that just can't be policed. Renting properties with only ice boxes and outdoor grills may be a bit difficulty, but who knows. Anyway, fires, etc, are what insurance us for and you can only do so much to prevent them. I just think stoves and refrigerators are the least of a homeowners problems when it comes to potential fire hazzards.
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News Item6/23/13 8:20 PM
Mike | New York  Find all comments by Mike
John Yurich USA wrote:
I am not aware of any law requiring a stove be in a house. And when I purchase one bedroom houses for rental property I am going to get rid of the electric refrigerators and put in ice boxes that use ice blocks. I will be the owner of those houses and if I don't want electric refrigerator and stove in the houses then I will have that right.
Your Colorado farm wife is going to love you, John Y. Your tenants, too. Your priest will hear your confession, though, even if you're almost a Catholic
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News Item6/23/13 7:31 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
well, Jim, then you shall do well. after Japan and Korea banning this years wheat from the US (after mysterious crosspollination with gm wheat) -- you shall have plenty to eat.... enjoy.

yes, it is banned in quite a many country. more for us. yum.

now China, they'll buy it, and put in products and sell it back to us.. yep, mmmm, more for us.

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News Item6/23/13 7:25 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Jim Lincoln wrote:
John Y., you are --almost-- amusing when it comes to your religion, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. (PDF). But it's laughable not allowing a stove in a rental house! Fireplaces are what are fire hazards -- and let the tenants supply their own refrigerators, you never have what they want.
By the way, jpw, GM crops 'benefit consumers'. It's improvement over the "natural" stuff.
I am not aware of any law requiring a stove be in a house. And when I purchase one bedroom houses for rental property I am going to get rid of the electric refrigerators and put in ice boxes that use ice blocks. I will be the owner of those houses and if I don't want electric refrigerator and stove in the houses then I will have that right.
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News Item6/23/13 4:58 PM
Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
John Y., you are --almost-- amusing when it comes to your religion, Should Roman Catholicism really be classified as a Christian religion? -- No. (PDF). But it's laughable not allowing a stove in a rental house! Fireplaces are what are fire hazards -- and let the tenants supply their own refrigerators, you never have what they want.

By the way, jpw, GM crops 'benefit consumers'. It's improvement over the "natural" stuff.

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News Item6/23/13 2:00 PM
jpw  Find all comments by jpw
yep, just as the abortionist said.... they'd all be on gms and then would be sick all the time and on synthetics.

and studies show after 3 generations... sterility in animals.

you think a movement that catches the attention of a lifetime abortionist, that sterility isn't an extra bonus in their eugenicist goals of depopulation and consolidation of wealth.

its the Christians' children facing this.

putting so many kids on psychotropic drugs!

this generation of adults reminds me of the one who died in the desert, having affections for the gods of the Egyptians, Joshua's generation was ready to obey God...

can be seen in the health of the people

in the Great Depression it was bread lines.

this generation its food stamps, denatured "food" as they call it, and drug users.

the numbers say it all.....

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News Item6/23/13 10:19 AM
Rufus | Fort Worth, TX  Protected NameContact via emailFind all comments by Rufus
John Yurich USA wrote:
I don't like any kind of tea. It is a waste of time to make meals from scratch. And why would anybody in their right mind want to use the stove and oven when there is a chance of a fire starting from using the stove and oven? The use of the outdoor grill will ensure that no fire starts from cooking indoors. Heating food up in the microwave oven is safe and faster.
Consumer Alert: Microwave fire danger
http://abclocal.go.com/wpvi/story?section=news/consumer&id=8997526
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News Item6/23/13 10:11 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I'm not sure how that will go over with prospective lessees, but as far as danger goes, I am much more concerned with fires caused by faulty, weak, loose, crossed, or whatever Interior electrical, like outlets, etc. Also, people using those cheapo home extension cords and plugging things into them that they are not rated for, etc.I just find many others areas to be concerned about over stoves and ovens. At least with an elecrric stove, you don't have to be concerned with a kid, or whoever, turning the gas on, a pilot light being out, etc.
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News Item6/23/13 9:41 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Christopher000 wrote:
There's nothing wrong with it. I love grilling and wish I could do it year round. As for a stove, I suppose, like anything, there's a risk if you're not careful, but other than that, I don't see any safety issues. Personally, I would never fry anything or make anything that could cause a grease fire, but other than that, pretty safe.
I lije the convenience of buying prepared fiods as well, but oh si u healthy with all the preservatives, dyes, etc. Nothing like meat, potatos, vegetables, pasta...fresh, as opposed to boxed, frozen, or whatever. But...theres also nothing like the convenience of being able to pop something into the microwave when time is an issue.
If there is even the slightest chance of a fire starting from using the stove and oven then why take the chance? When I eventually buy a lot of one bedroom houses for rental property I will remove the stoves from the houses and only permit the renters to use the grill outdoors and the microwave oven indoors.
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News Item6/23/13 8:39 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
There's nothing wrong with it. I love grilling and wish I could do it year round. As for a stove, I suppose, like anything, there's a risk if you're not careful, but other than that, I don't see any safety issues. Personally, I would never fry anything or make anything that could cause a grease fire, but other than that, pretty safe.
I lije the convenience of buying prepared fiods as well, but oh si u healthy with all the preservatives, dyes, etc. Nothing like meat, potatos, vegetables, pasta...fresh, as opposed to boxed, frozen, or whatever. But...theres also nothing like the convenience of being able to pop something into the microwave when time is an issue.
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News Item6/23/13 8:25 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Christopher000 wrote:
Nobody in their right mind would ever use a stove to prepare their food? People who prepare (healthy) food from scratch are basically stupid?
Comments like these, John Y, are the precise reasons that I scratch my head every time that you infer that I'm some sort of an idiot. I'm always like, "huh?"
Then you don't mind taking a chance that a fire can start from cooking indoors using a stove and oven? What is the matter with making meals on the grill outdoors? At least there is no chance of a fire starting indoors by cooking on the grill outdoors.
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News Item6/23/13 8:10 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
Nobody in their right mind would ever use a stove to prepare their food? People who prepare (healthy) food from scratch are basically stupid?
Comments like these, John Y, are the precise reasons that I scratch my head every time that you infer that I'm some sort of an idiot. I'm always like, "huh?"
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News Item6/23/13 5:55 AM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Catarrh Act wrote:

And we should get rid of those dirty, disgusting, unsanitary toilets from inside our homes and put them back outside in the yard where they belong!
And why waste money on bathroom tissue when you can use the Washington Post?
Having a toilet indoors is not a fire hazard. But it is not a bad idea to also have a toilet outside in a building with the toilet hooked up to the sewer or septic tank. Why take the chance of a fire starting by cooking indoors using the stove and oven when cooking outdoors on the grill ensures that a fire will not start indoors from cooking indoors?
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News Item6/22/13 8:27 PM
Catarrh Act  Find all comments by Catarrh Act
John Yurich USA wrote:
I don't like any kind of tea. It is a waste of time to make meals from scratch. And why would anybody in their right mind want to use the stove and oven when there is a chance of a fire starting from using the stove and oven? The use of the outdoor grill will ensure that no fire starts from cooking indoors. Heating food up in the microwave oven is safe and faster.

And we should get rid of those dirty, disgusting, unsanitary toilets from inside our homes and put them back outside in the yard where they belong!

And why waste money on bathroom tissue when you can use the Washington Post?

John Beechy wrote:
Why do you partake in sorcery? Is this typical for trolls?
Typical but not compulsory. It's okay, you still qualify.
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News Item6/22/13 7:48 PM
John Yurich USA | USA  Find all comments by John Yurich USA
Rufus wrote:
Translation: your health is not worth your time and taste trumps your welfare. It's all good if you want to curse yourself with the side-effects of drugs but I would discourage you from the self-delusion that pharmaceuticals are your only option. You've admitted they are not.
I don't like any kind of tea. It is a waste of time to make meals from scratch. And why would anybody in their right mind want to use the stove and oven when there is a chance of a fire starting from using the stove and oven? The use of the outdoor grill will ensure that no fire starts from cooking indoors. Heating food up in the microwave oven is safe and faster.
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