FDA Advises Not to Use Herbal Vigor Quick Fix: AttorneyOne Monitors and Keeps Consumers Informed

San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 15, 2014

AttorneyOne.com, a recognized authority on law, update the website daily regarding all the latest information from the FDA on Herbal Vigor Quick Fix.

The FDA advised consumers on August 11, not to purchase or use Herbal Vigor Quick Fix as it contains undeclared tadalafil. Tadalafil is used to treat erectile dysfunction (ED) and may interact with nitrates found in certain drugs (for heart disease, high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes) lowering blood pressure to dangerous levels.

Taking into consideration the latest developments, AttorneyOne.com monitor daily and update the website providing accurate information on all relevant FDA safety alerts. Sean Burke, director of Media Relations at AttorneyOne.com, adds we are determined to keep an eye on FDA announcements concerning Herbal Vigor Quick Fix and inform the public. For that reason”, he continues, “our focus should squarely fall on investigating these safety alerts and getting the word out.

As the FDA recommends Do not use or purchase Herbal Vigor Quick Fix. And the Agency adds Consumers who have experienced any negative side effects should consult a health care professional as soon as possible.

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Headquartered in San Diego, CA Attorney One was founded in 2004 and is not a law firm. They offer a nationwide legal service which helps consumers find the best representation for their legal needs. You can learn more about Attorney One at our website http://www.attorneyone.com. You can also find us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/AttorneyOne. Checkout earlier news from us at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12094242.htm.

MetroMD Offers Revolutionary Anti-aging Hormone Therapy in Hollywood Area

Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) August 20, 2014

If old age is a disease then this L.A. based clinic has found a cure for it. With extensive research on HGH and stem cells technology, the L.A. based HGH Therapy provider named MetroMD claims to have perfected the art of rubbing off decades from your face and body and give you a brand new younger look with their revolutionary anti-aging hormone therapy and regenerative medicine.

When asked the secrets of the 21st century fountain of youth, the MD of MetroMD, Dr Alex Martin said this with aplomb Old age is like just another disease. We all want to live longer and look young and good-looking. Our HGH therapy results and regenerative medicine therapy have made clients, both men and women, look much younger and feel that way too. The benefit of HGH therapy dosage is that it helps both the pediatric group with growth disorders as well as the senior group with drastic aging symptoms and conditions like erectile dysfunction in men. Children with below normal growth get a normal growth and our regenerative medicine therapy removes the aging symptoms from aging men and women and makes them look decades younger and fit. No wonder our Botox Clinic Hollywood and Botox Clinic Los Angeles are drawing a huge crowd with a considerable celebrity clientele as well.

veEDIS Solves Challenges of Revenue Management in the Emergency Department

Plantation, FL (PRWEB) September 30, 2014

veEDIS Clinical Systems, LLC has developed technology that is unlike any in the industry, an EMR that assists hospitals to capture deserved-revenue through more complete and accurate documentation. This technology is non-interruptive to the clinical user, but helps to ensure the most complete documentation based on the patients problem and care provided. This exclusive technology transparently captures and calculates appropriate chargeable services so that the clinician can focus on patient care.

Todays healthcare economy has created an environment for hospitals that is both challenging and complicated – from frequently changing coding and revenue cycle management guidelines, to changes in reimbursement levels for services provided, to overall market changes related to the Affordable Care Act. This extremely competitive, complex, and rapidly changing landscape creates challenges for all US hospitals, but particularly rural facilities that may not have the resources to keep pace. More than ever its imperative that hospitals provide care in the most efficient manner possible, and create complete documentation that supports charge capture for the care and services provided.

veEDIS is an Emergency Department Information System (EDIS) and Electronic Medical Record (EMR) designed to streamline emergency patient care while enhancing quality and patient safety. Multiple new and unique features and built in components of veEDIS ensure that all appropriate charges are accurately generated and captured in real time with no effort from the clinician, change in workflow, or expert chart review. Its no wonder veEDIS clients have shown that good utilization of veEDIS ED EMR not only creates a complete and sound medical record, but also enables a facility to capture what was formerly lost revenue.

IV fluid and medication charge calculation has become extremely complex with infusion times, reason for infusion, types and times of medicines all having to be considered for every patient, according to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services guidelines. To address this challenge, veEDIS has developed the IV Calculator feature which prompts for nursing documentation required to calculate appropriate charges, performs all determinations including infusion durations, then this proprietary technology calculates the appropriate charge at chart completion before finally sending it, complete with CPT code, to the host system across the interface. Said Len Strickland, RN, Chief Operations Officer, Because veEDIS does all this in real time in a way that is transparent to the clinician user, nurses are freed up to concentrate on their patients rather than complex CMS regulations.

Additionally, every veEDIS client is assisted with customization of their procedure and supply order selection so that charge capture as allowed under the outpatient prospective payment guidelines. Thus, charges can be accurately captured for procedures and supplies utilized. This list or procedures and supplies remain under control of the client and future customization is simple when new regulatory guidelines are adopted.

Notably, the level of service charge is also calculated on the fly with proprietary technology providing for up to the minute accuracy. At time of chart finalization, nurses are reminded if theyve forgotten essential documentation, as well as Quality Measure information. Based on the documentation of findings, and services and treatments provided, a facility level charge is calculated and sent to the billing system. This methodology helps to ensure not only a complete chart, but also that the charge submitted will always accurately reflect the final documentation.

Lastly, good quality patient care is also efficient and cost-effective care. With veEDIS revolutionary intelligent clinical decision support technology, Care Trak, clinicians are provided with an additional tool with which to identify patients at risk, driving up quality, while providing important reports for Risk/Quality Management review.

With real time, effortless calculation of IV fluid and medication charges, level of service charge, procedures and supplies, and tools to drive up quality and reduce risk, the veEDIS ED EMR is successfully helping hospitals to capture deserved-revenue based on services provided.

About veEDIS Clinical Systems, LLC

veEDIS is an Emergency Department Information System designed to adapt to the changing needs of todays hospitals. Ideally suited for small and rural hospitals and healthcare facilities, veEDIS was created by a team of physicians and nurses to use todays smartest technology to deliver exceptional quality patient care and meet safety goals. The veEDIS EHR Module is 2014 Edition compliant and has been certified by an ONC-ACB in accordance with the applicable certification criteria adopted by the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. This certification does not represent an endorsement by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services or guarantee the receipt of incentive payments. veEDIS Clinical Systems, LLC, a Florida Limited Liability Company; Date Certified 8.28/2014; Product version: veEDIS v2.1; Certification IR number: 0828201425278. Meets EHR Criteria of the following: 170.314 (a) (111, 13, 14, 17); (b)(1, 2, 4, 5); (d)(13, 58); (f)(1); (g)(1, 3, 4). This modular certified product-version may require one-time implementation and monthly ongoing fees. Customized interfaces requested by users for sharing or transmitting of data may require one-time development, implementation, and monthly ongoing fees. Schedule a demonstration now, or visit us at http://www.veEDIS.com.


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Most Dietary Supplements Don’t Help Your Heart and Some May Be Harmful, From the August 2014 Harvard Heart Letter

Boston, MA (PRWEB) August 05, 2014

Every day, about half of American adults take a vitamin, mineral, herb, amino acid, or other dietary supplement. Most do this because they seek to improve or maintain their health. Others do it in hopes of staving off heart disease. Yet only a handful of supplements offer possiblethough limitedhelp against heart disease. Some popular ones have no benefit, and others contain dangerous contaminants, reports the August 2014 Harvard Heart Letter.

“A lot of people want to add something natural and alternative to the conventional medications they’re taking, and they assume that dietary supplements might help and can’t hurt,” says Dr. Pieter Cohen, a dietary supplement safety researcher and assistant professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School. But that’s not the case.

Unlike pharmaceuticals, which undergo extensive testing to prove they’re effective and safe before they can be sold, dietary supplements can be sold without proof of effectiveness or safety. Moreover, supplement makers can claim their products improve health, even when there’s little or no evidence to support such claims.

Multivitamins are one of the most popular supplements taken by people trying to prevent heart disease. But large, “gold standard” trials have shown that taking a daily multivitamin does not ward off heart disease. Small studies suggest that some dietary supplements, such as red yeast rice, lowers cholesterol, a risk factor for heart disease. Yet the amount of the active ingredient in red yeast rice products varies widely, from very low to very high. And up to one-third of red rice yeasts products may be contaminated with a kidney toxin called citrinin.

Such contamination isn’t rare. As Dr. Cohen noted in a perspective in The New England Journal of Medicine, the FDA has found more than 500 supplements adulterated with pharmaceuticals or closely related compounds. The offenders include stimulants, body-building steroids, antidepressants, weight-loss medications, and supplements aimed at treating erectile dysfunction. All can cause unwanted side effects and may be especially risky when taken with heart drugs or other prescription medications.

Because of the potential risks and unclear benefits of dietary supplements, most doctors advise their patients to avoid them, though they may recommend specific supplements such as calcium and vitamin D to prevent osteoporosis.

For most people, “a well-balanced diet rich in whole foods including fruits, vegetables, fish, olive oil, and nuts negates the need for any supplements,” says Dr. Cohen.

Read the full-length article:”Dietary supplements: Sorting out the science”

Also in the August 2014 issue of the Harvard Heart Letter:

The New York Screenplay Contest Announces 2014s Award Winners

New York, NY (PRWEB) September 26, 2014

The New York Screenplay Contest, New Yorks top screenwriting competition, is proud to announce the winners and official finalists of the 2014 New York Screenplay Contest. One Grand Prize Winner, Empire Award Winner, and Park Avenue Winner from fifteen categories, were each recognized for their excellence in screenwriting. Winners include, Grand Prize Winner – “The Taking of the King” written by Nelson Blish, Grand Prize Winner – “Grace” written by Lynda Lemberg and Jeffrey Allen Russel, Grand Prize Winner – “Get Happy!” written by Phil Lowe, Empire Award Winner – “Halfway Home” written by David Schroeder, Empire Award Winner Claws, Paws and a Blue Macaw” written by Theresa Giese, Empire Award Winner – “Living With Linda” written by Diane Lisa Johnson, Park Avenue Award Winner – “Losing Time” written by Andrew Eisen, Park Avenue Award Winner – “The Secret of Sleep” written by Joshua Katz, and Park Avenue Award Winner – “The Impossible Dream” written by Manoj Panicker.

Only the most finely written screenplays are honored with the exclusive distinction of being a Winner or Official Finalist of the New York Screenplay Competition. This years Grand Jury Prize was awarded to Michael Esser, writer of Operation No Moore, a story of Hunter McPherson who takes up the fight for her daughter Carolines dignity when naked photos of Caroline appear on the Internet.

We received a record number of astounding submissions this year, each a vision of emerging talent, said Oscar Gemayel, Festival Director of the New York Screenplay Contest. We are honored to congratulate the talented winners.

NYSC 2014 Competition Winners and Finalists:

Action / Adventure

Grand Prize Winner – “The Taking of the King” written by Nelson Blish

Empire Award Winner – “Kill” written by Rodger Griffiths

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Losing Time” written by Andrew Eisen

Biographical / Historical

Grand Prize Winner – “Grace” written by Lynda Lemberg and Jeffrey Allen Russel

Empire Award Winner – “Hidden West” written by Kimberly Tompkins

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Heart of the Monster” written by Richard Opper


Grand Prize Winner – “Get Happy!” written by Phil Lowe

Empire Award Winner – “Pure” written by Maggie Rowe & Andersen Gabrych

Park Avenue Award Winner – “The Secret of Sleep” written by Joshua Katz


Grand Prize Winner – “A Life Without Frosted Glass” written by Jeremy Taylor

Empire Award Winner – “Halfway Home” written by David Schroeder

Park Avenue Award Winner – “The Impossible Dream” written by Manoj Panicker

Family Film

Grand Prize Winner – “Claws, Paws and a Blue Macaw” written by Theresa Giese

Empire Award Winner – “The Long Way Home” written by Sharon Bake

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Charleys Choice” written by The Writers Group

Horror / Sci-Fi

Grand Prize Winner – “Candys First Kiss” written by Brett Riley

Empire Award Winner – “April, Mei, and June” written by Paul Shiban

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Littler Sister” written by Deirdre Patterson


Grand Prize Winner – “The Other Side of the Grass” written by Brian Streaty

Empire Award Winner – “Shaneytown” written by Christian Grier

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Blind Spot” written by Graham Parke


Grand Prize Winner – “A Lost Tribe in Amsterdam” written by Ian Sax

Empire Award Winner – “Hegira” written by Gannon Kenney

Park Avenue Award Winner – “The Roof Bolter” written by Joseph Porter

Short Screenplay

Grand Prize Winner – “Brecknock Court” written by Oscar Nobi

Empire Award Winner – “Growing Still” written by Graham Stephen

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Hannah’s Birthday” written by Juliet Bergh

Stage Play

Grand Prize Winner – “Sisters/Sistahz” written by Daysha Edewi

Empire Award Winner – “Stop at a Winner” written by Justin Scott

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Standing Water” written by Lynne McMahon


Grand Prize Winner – “Last of the Gods” written by Konstantinos Tsokalis

Empire Award Winner – “Fictional Journeys” written by Sabina Sattar

Park Avenue Award Winner – “The Pizza Mafioso” written by Stevan erban

Television Concept

Grand Prize Winner – “Hellbound” written by Bernard Zeiger

Empire Award Winner – “The Factory” written by Matt Coppa

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Loose Cannon” written by Jennifer Bouani

Television Pilot Drama

Grand Prize Winner – “TrainHoppers” written by Mark Schroeder

Empire Award Winner – “Posterus” written by Peter Szumlas

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Apalachee” written by Gannon Kenney

Television Pilot Sitcom

Grand Prize Winner – “Outliers” written by Robbi DAllessandro

Empire Award Winner – “Living with Linda” written by Diane Lisa Johnson

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Ms. Littlefield” written by David Minaskanian

Television Spec Script

Grand Prize Winner – “Breaking Bad: Sign your Name” written by Kyle Kulmann

Empire Award Winner – “Curb Your Enthusiasm- Susies Cousins Syndrome” written by Gavin Grant

Park Avenue Award Winner – “Archer: Fools Gold” written by Graham Currin

Action / Adventure

Testosterone Replacement Therapy Is Risky, While Dr. Allens Device Enhances Mens Wellbeing by Treating BPH and Chronic Prostatitis Naturally, Comments Fine Treatment

London, UK (PRWEB) August 15, 2014

By improving blood circulation in the affected prostate gland naturally over time, the therapeutic Dr. Allens Device helps to cure chronic prostatitis and reduce the size of enlarged prostate easing the troubling BPH symptoms. Consequently, it enhances mens well-being and potency, which is a highly important aspect of a healthy life at any age. Dr. Allens treatment method compares favourably to the testosterone replacement therapy, which reports say may harm its users.

Is testosterone replacement therapy right for you? article in the Fox News, dated August 6, 2014, says that in the last year some studies have found that men taking testosterone have more cardiovascular problems, like heart attacks, strokes, and deaths from heart disease. Some physicians also have a lingering concern that testosterone therapy could stimulate the growth of prostate cancer cells.

Another article, Testosterone: the latest recreational drug? in The Globe and Mail, dated July 16, 2014, says that according to the strict medical labelling, testosterone is only supposed to be offered to men with true, blood-test-proven testosterone deficiency. We call that hypogonadism. This condition is usually found in patients with tumours, genital surgery, groin injuries or those on cancer chemotherapy. However, nowadays, of all the men taking testosterone, perhaps only 20% actually deserve prescription testosterone replacement therapy.

The uncontrolled use of testosterone often leads to very tragic consequences. The article, Low T Side Effects Androderm Patch Death Lawsuit, in The Legal Examiner, dated August 10, 2014, reports that men are filing lawsuits against popular testosterone gels AndroGel, Testim and Axiron alleging that warnings were not provided about the risk of heart attacks, strokes, blood clots and death.

Fine Treatment advocates a harmless non-invasive treatment for common chronic conditions with Dr. Allens Device and Thermobalancing therapy. Working at the capillary level, this method improves blood circulation and metabolic processes in cells in the affected area. Thus it creates optimal conditions for the body to repair the damage.

Contrary to testosterone replacement therapy, Dr. Allens Device helps men to treat prostate problems without complications. The following video testimonial, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V5xidswhxJM, discusses how a man with a hugely enlarged prostate has shrunk it exclusively by wearing Dr. Allens Device. Another video shows an interview with a user who has successfully recovered from chronic prostatitis, http://youtu.be/Sx1xfwwA5KI.

Fine Treatment recommends side-effects-free Dr. Allens Device for Prostate Care for men to improve their well-being naturally, comments Dr. Simon Allen. Men should take care of their health and opt for safe treatment options whenever possible. Dr. Allens Device eases the symptoms of BPH and chronic prostatitis gently helping men to feel better and increase their sexual drive without testosterone replacement therapy.

For details, visit Fine Treatment at http://finetreatment.com/bph-treatment-prostate-enlargement.

About Dr. Simon Allen and Fine Treatment:

Dr. Simon Allen, MD, PhD, Academician, member of the ATA, is a highly experienced medical professional. His specialty is in internal medicine. He has treated a wide range of chronic diseases, including patients after a heart attack, with kidneys problems, including kidney stones disease, prostate and spine conditions, as well as metabolic disorders.

Fine Treatment exclusively offers Dr. Allens Devices for chronic prostatitis and BPH treatment, coronary heart disease, for dissolving kidney stones, as well as for easing chronic headaches, lessening upper spine stiffness and relieving lower back pain.

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Audio-Digest Foundation Announces the Release of Family Practice Volume 61, Issue 27: Urologic Concerns in Men

Glendale, CA (PRWEB) November 14, 2013

Audio-Digest Foundation Announces the Release of Family Practice Volume 61, Issue 27: Urologic Concerns in Men.

The goals of this program are to improve diagnosis and management of urologic problems and prostate cancer in men. After hearing and assimilating this program, the clinician will be better able to:

1. Prescribe drugs for treatment of lower urinary tract symptoms and erectile dysfunction.

2. Identify causes of scrotal pain.

3. Recognize groups at higher risk for prostate cancer.

4. Consider recommendations from the United States Preventive Services Task Force and American Urological Association for prostate-specific antigen-based screening for prostate cancer.

5. Counsel appropriate patients with prostate cancer about the option of active surveillance.

The original programs were presented by Carol Kashefi, MD, Urologist, Scripps Green Hospital, La Jolla, CA, and Howard L. Adler, MD, Clinical Associate Professor of Urology and Medical Director of Prostate Care Program, State University of New York, School of Medicine, Stony Brook.

Audio-Digest Foundation, the largest independent publisher of Continuing Medical Education in the world, records over 10,000 hours of lectures every year in anesthesiology, emergency medicine, family practice, gastroenterology, general surgery, internal medicine, neurology, obstetrics/gynecology, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, otolaryngology, pediatrics, psychology, and urology, by the leading medical researchers at the top laboratories, universities, and institutions.

Recent researchers have hailed from Harvard, Cedars-Sinai, Mayo Clinic, UCSF, The University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, The University of Kansas Medical Center, The University of California, San Diego, The University of Wisconsin School of Medicine, The University of California, San Francisco, School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, and many others.

Out of these cutting-edge programs, Audio-Digest then chooses the most clinically relevant, edits them for clarity, and publishes them either every week or every two weeks.

In addition, Audio-Digest publishes subscription series in conjunction with leading medical societies: DiabetesInsight with The American Diabetes Association, ACCEL with The American College of Cardiology, Continuum Audio with The American Academy of Neurology, and Journal Watch Audio General Medicine with Massachusetts Medical Society.

For 60 years, the global medical community of doctors, nurses, physician assistants, and other medical professionals around the world has subscribed to Audio-Digest specialty series in order to remain current in their specialties as well as to maintain their Continuing Education requirements with the most cutting-edge, independent, and unbiased continuing medical education (CME).

Long a technical innovator, Audio-Digest was the first to produce audio medical education programs and the first to produce in-car medical education. Currently, its subscription and annual products are available on CD and MP3, as well as iPhone, iPad, and Android apps.

Food Allergy Research & Education and Emergency Medicine Experts Come Together to Improve Understanding and Treatment of Anaphylaxis

McLean, Va. (PRWEB) September 18, 2014

Improving emergency department protocols, expanding knowledge of anaphylaxis and biphasic reactions, and enhancing training for emergency medical technicians (EMTs) to enable them to administer epinephrine are among the primary recommendations that will be made as a result of a recent Emergency Management of Anaphylaxis Summit organized by Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE).

Earlier this month, FARE convened representatives from two dozen leading organizations, institutions and medical facilities for the Emergency Management of Anaphylaxis Summit in Chicago. Attendees included food allergy experts, emergency physicians, paramedics and EMTs, emergency medicine educators, policymakers and advocates.

Attendees at our Emergency Management of Anaphylaxis Summit were dedicated to a common goal helping to ensure that individuals experiencing serious allergic reactions receive top-level emergency care from medical professionals who are equipped with the best, most up-to-date information to treat anaphylaxis, said James R. Baker Jr., MD, interim CEO of FARE. We are pleased to be working with the emergency medical community and to have their enthusiastic support to address key areas that can improve patients experiences and outcomes.

The results of the summit include recommendations that address understanding of anaphylaxis among those at risk and the general public, as well as recognition and treatment of anaphylaxis by pre-hospital and emergency department personnel. Specific recommendations from the summit that FARE and participating organizations will continue to work on include:

Clearwater Personal Injury Attorney Edward D. Carlson, of Carlson Meissner Hart & Hayslett, P.A. Urges Car Accident Victims to Seek Medical Care Right Away

Clearwater,FL (PRWEB) September 19, 2014

Carlson Meissner Hart & Haysletts Edward D. Carlson alerts Florida auto accident victims that full compensation for injuries will not be awarded if they do not comply with the strict requirements of the states recently amended Personal Injury Protection (PIP) law.

Sweeping changes to Floridas PIP law, which became effective in 2013, make it more difficult for individuals injured in automobile accidents to recover medical expenses, lost wages and death benefits under their PIP auto insurance policy. PIP is no-fault auto insurance coverage available to people hurt in Florida car crashes regardless of who was at fault for the accident. All Florida drivers are required to carry PIP coverage in the amount of $ 10,000.

The recent amendments to the PIP law, intended to curtail insurance fraud, impose a number of new restrictions on individuals seeking PIP benefits for injuries received in an automobile accident, including:

1) Injured individuals must seek medical treatment within 14 days of an auto accident.

2) Medical care must be lawfully provided, supervised, ordered or prescribed by a licensed physician, licensed osteopathic physician, licensed chiropractic physician, licensed dentist, or must be rendered in a hospital, a facility that owns or is owned by a hospital, or a licensed emergency transportation and treatment provider. Follow up services and care requires a referral from such providers and must be consistent with the underlying medical diagnosis rendered when the individual received initial services and care.

3) To receive the full $ 10,000 in PIP benefits, injured individuals must have an “Emergency Medical Condition, defined as a medical condition manifesting itself by acute symptoms of sufficient severity that the absence of immediate medical attention could reasonably be expected to result in serious jeopardy to patient health, serious impairment to bodily functions, or serious dysfunction of a body organ or part. If an individual is not diagnosed with an emergency medical condition, he is only entitled to $ 2,500 in PIP benefits.

4) Massage and acupuncture services are not covered by PIP policies.

5) An insurer may require injured individuals to undergo an Examination Under Oath (EUO). Failure to comply with the EUO demand will make an injured person ineligible to receive compensation under PIP.

6) An insurer may also require injured individuals to undergo an independent medical examination (IME) to determine if their injuries are as severe as indicated by the initial medical examiner. Failure to comply with the IME demand will make an injured person ineligible to receive compensation under PIP.

Because auto accident injuries are often soft tissue injuries that do not appear right away, it is common for accident victims to refuse treatment at the scene of the accident and only see a doctor when pain eventually surfaces and becomes unbearable. The amended law makes it more important than ever for car accident victims to see a physician right away to make sure they dont lose their rights to benefits under PIP, said accident attorney Edward D. Carlson of Carlson Meissner Hart & Hayslett. Attorney Carlson also recommends consulting with a personal injury attorney immediately to learn how to protect and maximize PIP benefits following a car accident.

Attorney Edward D. Carlson helps auto accident victims evaluate their recovery options and develop an effective strategy for obtaining maximum compensation. He has more than four decades of experience successfully taking on insurance companies on behalf of car accident victims.

For additional information on Floridas amended PIP laws, consult the 2012 Florida Statutes: http://www.flsenate.gov/laws/statutes/2012/627.736. This information is provided for educational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice.

About Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett , P.A.

The law firm of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett P.A. was founded in 1971 by attorneys Ed Carlson and Paul Meissner. For more than four decades, they have been committed to protecting the injured and defending the accused. Their attorneys have established a solid reputation of case success throughout Florida, providing strong legal representation, easy accessibility and a high level of dependability. A client-centered approach ensures that clients know what is happening as their case progresses, and understand their options every step of the way. With a focus on personal injury, they help victims of auto accidents, slip and falls and wrongful death accidents. The firm is well-known for their innovative criminal defense and DUI work, defending both local and high-profile clients. Attorney and Partner Kevin Hayslett is widely recognized as The Attorney to the Stars, providing strong legal representation for notable celebrities and dignitaries throughout Florida. The firm also handles social security disability, workers compensation, divorce, family law and immigration cases. They offer free initial consultations and have five convenient Tampa Bay Area locations. Attorneys are available 24/7 for emergencies. Count on the legal team of Carlson, Meissner, Hart & Hayslett, P.A. to be there, fighting for you, protecting your rights. For more information or to schedule a consultation, call 877-728-9653 or visit their website at http://www.CarlsonMeissner.com

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Name: Megan
Location: Utah, USA

OH such a bitter sweet moment for me. So much to say.....I just want you to know that I've loved every photo, picture, email, reader and comment. I just want you to know that YOU are of value. YOU make a difference. YOU are needed...
I've loved connecting through a photo with so many of you from all over the world. It's meant the "WORLD" to me! If I could personally hug, shake hands, walk in your shoes or look into the faces of each woman all over the world who has shared over the years this project has run, I WOULD! 
I just want you to know....I say THANK YOU!

Friday, April 12, 2013

I just want you to know

                                                            Name: Alisha Malandrini
                                                          Location: Bairnsdale, Australia
I just want you to know that i have really enjoyed being apart of the Iam blog team.
Every single person on the Iam team, including Megan (BrassyApple) seems to be lovely, and i thankyou for the opportunity you have given me. I wish everyone a happy and wonderful future.
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Thursday, April 11, 2013

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Name: Annette
Location: Kuwait
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Best of luck, it's been lots of fun. I've loved having an opportunity to share my photos and thoughts. -AJHT

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

I Just Want You to Know...


I just want you to know......that it's been my absolute pleasure getting to know you all over the last eight months.  I consider myself very fortunate to have been selected for this journey!

I just want you to know....that I'll still be blogging over at the Ramsay Grace Blog, and would <3 for you to stop by!

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Name: Annette
Location: Kuwait

Clockwise, from left: my favorite Fossil purse; a pile of receipts from the grocery store; underpants, shorts and wipes for my recently potty-trained son; a ribbon of unknown origin; Dramamine; my husband's necktie, my sunglasses and a wiper thing; a pouch with personal items; lipsticks; chapsticks; eyedrops (it gets dusty here); a pen that I can NEVER find when I need; a handful of photos of family; a tiny green truck; my phone (ok, that's just the case, I used the phone to take this photo); a bundle of business cards from the doctor's office, my husband's office and my eldest son's school; the brown and purple wallet that I don't really love but haven't gotten around to replacing; several photo id cards (civil identity card, Kuwait driver's license, Idaho Driver's license (with an AWESOME picture), private medical insurance card, government medical insurance card);  Kuwaiti fils (the coins) and dinars (the notes). In the center you can see two sets of keys with my Ron Weasley Lego keychain (Weasley is our king!); a small piece of beach glass for my collection; a black bat ring from Halloween and a pink plastic ring from my daughter's bling collection; an inordinate amount of sanitzing hand wipes and hand sanitizer; two packs of TERRIBLE chewing gum that a cashier recently gave me as change when he didn't have any small coins; and a string of prize coupons from a local fun place and the cards from the same.
Not pictured: several handfuls of sand and crumbs, a wad of chewing gum in a piece of tissue, twenty-thousand smaller receipts, twenty-two thousand identity cards for the children and tissue (because no matter how many packs of tissue I put in, there is never any in my purse when my kids have got drippy noses.)

Tuesday, April 2, 2013

What's in My Purse {one never knows}


My bag is pretty much the family's, in that at least one of them is always asking:  "Hey, could you stick this in your purse?" It's normal to find my husband's phone, or keys, or the kids' favorite toys or lip gloss, or a dozen other items.

Today, I give you all a rare glimpse into said purse.  I know, exciting stuff I'm sure!  We have the following items:  wallet, bracelet 
{that I wore to work last Thursday}, Bath & Body Works Lotion, bobby pins, kids' nail polishes, BC Powder {it works!}, and more.  Plus, you may have noticed my new craft punch {arrow} or that I have a 10% off coupon for one of my favorite shops {Mindy Mae's Market}.  I even have a Littlest Pet Shop brochure, highlighted with all the pets my oldest would like {Wasn't that sweet of her....to make sure I knew, lol}  

So.....that's it for my purse.  What's in YOURS? 

Monday, April 1, 2013

What's in my Purse

Name: Amanda
Location: Jakarta

"Today I wear my PUMA bag (a b'day gift from my best friend). Nothing fancy in my batg actually. Most of them are the thing I need in my daily basis. Simple make up kit consist of loose powder, foundation, lipstic and lipgloss plus mascara. Wallet, pencil case , my BB, a ball of yarn (and hook) plus a case with all kind of charger. And off course.. my netbook."

Sunday, March 31, 2013

Theme - what's in my purse

Oh this is a fun one! As women we tend to carry purses. Some large some small. Sometimes they are jammed full of crazy stuff! And sometimes we just have a few items. We are going to spill the contents of our purses this week. It will be fun to see what they "reveal" about our day to day lives.

Nighttime - soap opera

Name: Audrey
Location: Curitiba, Brazil

                Carrossel is a mexican soap opera I watched (dubbed in Portuguese) when I was a kid in 1991 and that has been rewritten and retaped (with Brazilian actors now) by a Brazilian TV channel since last year. Now my daugther watches it every night and she loves it. It is about a loving teacher (professora Helena) that goes way beyond the classroom to teach good virtues to her kids in the most different, dramatic, fiction filled ways. Don't tell anyone but we cried when professora Helena left the school for a better paying job. Of course she returned to her old job about 10 chapters later...
                It really can be cute and I must admit I have learned to enjoy wathcing it again. It is on every night at 8:30 pm and she (we) can´t miss it. So, like every good Brazilian, our nighttimes include soap opera watching. But at least this is a 'good', decent one.

Saturday, March 30, 2013

Nighttime - reading

 Name: Megan
Location: Utah, USA
Something that is consistent around our house at nighttime is reading. We always read before bedtime. Regular trips to the library to get large stacks of books keeps it new and fun! 
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