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Wheel Lift Towing Los Angeles – Los Angeles Towing

Driving around in Los Angeles just might be one of the most stressful places to commute or make any type of driving experience, and that’s simply because the roads around Los Angeles are extremely dangerous and people think they are super cool and don’t follow laws at all. It’s pretty much a part of the culture of Los Angeles, and if you’re going to own a car in the city then you need to be prepared for the fateful situation of needing a tow truck to come help you out if something goes wrong.

If something does go wrong you’re going to want to be prepared, and if your car is in the situation in which you need a wheel lift tow then you definitely need to know the right company to call, and that’s the Los Angeles Towing Company.

The Los Angeles Towing Company is one of the very best towing companies throughout the entire city, and that’s because they provide a large array of services that most towing companies simply can’t provide.

When your car is seriously damaged and you need to have the wheel lifted up just to keep the sanctity of the car intact, then you’re going to need a company like the Los Angeles Towing Company who can come to your location and get your car safely to a secured mechanic who can help get your car fixed up in a jiffy.

So the next time you need wheel lift towing please call the Los Angeles Towing Company and have them get the job done right.

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Speed Cleaning for the Busy Homemaker

I am a very busy mom of a toddler with a social schedule that rivals any adult. That being said, I manage to keep my house clean with a few simple daily rituals. My house is not perfect, it will never be perfect, but I will never be accused of having a messy house. So what are these daily tips that will keep your house clean and you family proud to bring their friends over. Here they are:

Daily Vacuuming: Every morning I break out the vacuum cleaner and run over the carpet in the family room. You don’t need to break out the fancy attachments, you don’t need to get into each and every corner, and you just simply need to run the vacuum cleaner over the carpet to get the big stuff.

Play The Clean Up Game: Every night before bed my daughter and I play the clean up game. I sing a silly little song about cleaning her toys and the family room is done in a matter of minutes. The floor is ready for me to vacuum the next day and she is learning responsibility by putting away her toys before bed every night.

Attack The Dishwasher: Okay maybe that is the wrong title, but I make sure that I run the dishwasher once full and immediately after the drying cycle I put the dishes away. This leaves no build-up of dishes on your kitchen counters.

The Daily Wipe Down: I always keep an extra cleaning rag under the bathroom sink and wipe down the sink after I brush my teeth. It has become part of my daily routine and it ensures that the sink stays free of grime and water rings.

Laundry Time: I use the same principle in doing my laundry as I do the dishes. I wash them then immediately put them away. No lingering baskets of clean clothes that need to be ironed for me. I simply hang the clothes on hanger’s right out of the dryer. This saves time on ironing.

Commercial Dust Busting: I love to sit back, relax, and watch a little television. I also hate commercials. I have decided that it is the best time in the world to attack those pesky dust bunnies. I take two minutes every night during the news and run my dust buster up and down my stairwell and over those pesky cat hair accumulations. Then I put the dust buster back on the charger. Dona and done!

Weekly Deep Clean: Now is the time to break out the vacuum attachments, Windex, and the mop for the weekly deep clean. Once a week, usually on Saturday, I spend an hour getting those corners clean, washing the kitchen floor, and getting the obvious spots on the windows. It’s not the highlight of my week, but it’s only an hour and now I can brag that I have the cleanest house on the block!

Beyond Antibiotics

Are there Healthier Options ?

For decades, antibiotics have been the cornerstone of treatment for bacterial infections. Antibiotics have saved many lives during this time. However, doctors have come to rely too heavily on these miracle drugs and the overuse of antibiotics had led to serious problems.

The Crisis of Antibiotic Resistant Bacteria

According to Dr. Harold C. Neu, of Columbia University in New York, ‘In 1941, a patient could receive 40,000 units of penicillin per day for four days and be cured of a case of pneumococcal pneumonia. Today, a patient could receive 24 million units of penicillin a day and die of pneumococcal meningitis.’ He adds that bacteria that cause infection of the respiratory tract, skin, bladder, bowel, and blood ‘… are now resistant to virtually all of the older antibiotics. The extensive use of antibiotics in the community and hospitals has fuelled this crisis.’

Bacteria develop resistance to drugs when exposed to them for extended periods. Bacteria can also pass the genes for resistance from one type to another. A sort of information superhighway exists among bacteria that allows resistance to spread rapidly among bacteria that have not even been exposed to a particular antibiotic. These and other factors have caused medicine to take a halting look at the current way in which antibiotics are used.

Antibiotic Overuse and Chronic Health Complaints

For all of the potential benefits of antibiotics, a growing list of adverse health consequences has emerged because of antibiotic overused. A small sample of these is listed below: Children with chronic earaches who took amoxicillin experienced 2 to 6 times more recurrent ear infections. 80% of those with chronic fatigue syndrome report a history of chronic antibiotic overuse. Antibiotic overuse may upset intestinal integrity and contribute to rheumatic joint disease. Women with 10 or more health complaints were much more likely to have a history of chronic antibiotic use. Antibiotic overuse can cause changes in the vaginal and bladder environment and contribute to recurrent bladder and vaginal infections. Antibiotic overuse can suppress immune function.

Treat the Bacteria or Treat the Person

Many doctors believe that illness from bacterial infection is far more likely when the immune system is compromised in some manner. Diet, nutrition, lifestyle, environment, social, and psychological factors all influence the immune system in significant ways. When unfavorable changes occur in these areas, immune function may suffer and bacteria may more easily gain a foothold. The treatment of bacterial infection should, therefore, at least include efforts to correct imbalances in these areas.

What Can You Do

Medical scientists and policy makers are trying to reduce excessive antibiotic use by educating doctors and patients about the problems of antibiotic overuse. They are working to develop new drugs, to track infections in hospitals, and to improve public hygiene. These are important efforts, yet they do not address what the individual can do to improve immune function and avoid antibiotics. The best plan to improve immune function is one of overall wellness that includes : Nutrition : low vitamin C and zinc lead to a sluggish immune response. Diet : Excess refined sugar slow the ability of white blood cells to engulf and destroy bacteria. Lifestyle : Sedentary people tend to have more sluggish immune systems. Environment : Solvent chemicals and heavy metals increase susceptibility to infection Psychological : Those under stress are more susceptible to infection.

Natural Remedies

For many common ailments, natural remedies can be extremely helpful. Increasingly, scientific research is confirming time-honored traditions. Below are a few samples: Bladder Infection : unsweetened cranberry juice helps clear bacteria from bladder, as do yogurt and acidophilus. Ear Infections : vast majority of recurrent ear infections improved after removing food allergens from their diet. Upper Respiratory Infection : those who took a sauna once a week experienced half the rate of upper respiratory infections. Intestinal Infection : Homeopathic medicine has been helpful in reducing the incidence of infectious diarrhea in children.

Are Antibiotics Being Overused in Your Care ?

The following guidelines will help you decide if your medical doctor might be prescribing antibiotics too liberally. Add a ‘1’ for each time that applies. Prescribes antibiotics over the phone. Grants a refill of an antibiotic prescription without seeing you or your child. Prescribes antibiotics without at least ordering a differential blood count. Prescribes antibiotics without addressing your diet and nutritional status and lifestyle factors. Prescribes antibiotics after only a brief, cursory examination. Seems to ignore or ‘write off’ your descriptions of adverse antibiotic reactions. Remarks to you that antibiotics are harmless and cause no side effects. Does not take your concerns about antibiotic safety seriously. Prescribes several courses of antibiotics without improvement and simply proceeds to prescribe another antibiotic. Cuts your visit short by handing you a prescription and walking out the door. If the total score is more than 5, you may be receiving antibiotics needlessly. Ask your doctor for a full reevaluation of the situation or seek another opinion.

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The E-mail Life Coach

There are many opinions about what people should do when they need advice on life. Some believe in religion such as going to God for their answers, some believe in psychiatrists and psychologists and recently we’ve noticed celebs in the news such as Britney spears using people called “life coaches” to help them. But I noticed something similar to that offered online to everyone.
There is this website where someone can hire an e-mail life coach Chicago. This life coach is a man that says he is “highly perceptive an excel at helping others,” and that he helps you to help yourself. He charges 35.00 for one month of advice by way of e-mail. You would first e-mail him with a limit of 600 words with questions or problems you have in life and he will e-mail you back with advice. This can go back and forth for one month for your 35.00. He never states on his website that he has any formal training or professional education.

I think that paying money to receive someone’s advice on your life is pointless. I think that there should be plenty of people, actual tangible family or friends who are willing to help you, and give you advice. If you don’t have that, it would make more sense to go to a professional who has had the education or training to help you with your problems. Personally, I believe in the Bible that holds all the answers to all of life’s problems, and I say that not just because it’s my belief or religion but I can truly say first hand that God and the Bible has never failed me. I asked the life coach, who signed his email as “bamboo” what was his views on religion and he responded as “My religious views are that I believe in one God that’s created all things. And while I may gain inspiration from different religions , I do not believe any one of them is absolute truth.” So this means that he doesn’t have clergy experience either.
Mike Gregg of Calumet Park, IL said about the e-mail life coach, If each person has to give him 35.00, then its you who’s helping him. I go to Church, the Bible for help, and its always free! God puts people in our lives every day to help us through. Even difficult people who challenge us, strengthen us and help us, and it’s free.
Angela Marie of Chicago, IL agreed by saying, “I t’s really easy to tell someone what they should be doing to make their life better, its another to give them support, direction and the means to get there. Opinions are like buttholes, everyone has one.”
Life can be difficult and everyone needs some help from time to time and because of that there will be people who try and exploit others to make a buck. Beware of this and realize in your time of need there is always a place of help that you can go to, that don’t cost a thing.