I don’t think there is a big supply of Relenza, but i do not know those numbers. If i had to choose, I would take Relenza, as I think it gets more drug to the affected tissue than Tamiflu.
We all know by now that corporations do not care if we get sick or die. But go ahead and try to sue them. I dare you. You’ll lose. They have an entire army of lawyers just waiting to waterboard your lawsuit into submission. Even if you grow a third eye in the middle of your forehead from eating their food, you will not get sympathy from the judge. Those Pepsico lawyers will find some way to make the judge and jury believe you actually benefit from that third orb, so you can read the Taco Bell menu even better, I suppose.
Caregivers can be hired through an agency or privately. Some advantages to an agency are that caregivers are pre-trained and screened, their benefits are paid for, and there is back-up in case they don’t show up. They have a supervisor who should be monitoring the care they provide. One disadvantage is the caregiver receives only a portion of the money that you pay. A second is loyalty may be more to the agency than to you.
Pride of Ownership. This is very important to some people. There’s nothing quite like the feeling of living in something that you own! Cutting the grass or shoveling the driveway at a rental house isn’t nearly as satisfying as cutting your own grass and shoveling your very own driveway.
Choices. When prices drop, as they have lately in many cities in North America, it’s a great time to buy. Statistics show that real estate will always increase in value. Do you know of any houses that are worth less than they were twenty or thirty years ago? What goes down will always come up. Real estate prices always go up and down, but they almost always go up higher than the time before. You don’t have to buy when prices are high, but you can buy what you can afford if you don’t want to wait for another slow down in real estate.
You can find Home Care or Home Health agencies in the phone book or on line. You can ask your local health department, or the ombudsman, or even contact your local Alzheimer’s Society.
The drinking water system is an under the cabinet model. It filters water as it comes into the kitchen tap. This model removes chlorine, lead, cysts, THMs, VOCs, lindane, alachlor, atrazine, benzine, TCE, and MTBE. This model has an average annual cost of 0.00 per year or, .10 per gallon.