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According to the report:
HIPAA-protected information at the stations was left unattended and visible to the public at 80% of stores; and
Prescription medications were left unattended and within reach of customers in the pharmacy areas at 46% of stores.
It also found that sensitive phone conversations could be overheard from the stations.
In addition, the report found that the stations increased pharmacists' distractions, which lowered the rate of patient consultations in some stores.
Sen. Edward Markey (D-Mass.) has called on Walgreens to answer questions about the model following the report. However, the company has yet to respond to the findings (Kane Rudansky, InformationWeek, 10/24).

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Of course they screwed up. Look what it got them. Cover-ups haven't worked since Watergate.

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So what is causing the deficit? Scientists have been searching for answers but considering they have not been able to gather and examine dead bee bodies, they have been at a loss for finding reasons as to what is causing the decrease. Educated guesses have included chemical pesticide exposure, disease and genetically modified crops to name a few.

A study recently published in the journal PLOS ONE reveals that scientists may have now discovered at least part of the reason why the bees are dying off. Scientists from the University of Maryland and the US Department of Agriculture have discovered that a multitude of fungicides and pesticides have been polluting pollen that bees harvest and feed into their hives.

Scientists collected pollen from beehives in major crops: blueberry, cranberry, cucumber, pumpkin and watermelon. To what types of pesticides bees are exposed and how the ‘blends’ of pesticides affect the bees’ vulnerability to the gut parasite known as Nosema ceranae are what scientists determined from the pollen samples.

It as noted that for the major crops, bees collected pollen almost always from weeds and wildflowers, which led scientists to focus on how the bees are exposed to the pesticides outside of the crop fields where they are positioned. “We detected 35 different pesticides in the sampled pollen, and found high fungicide loads,” the scientists wrote in their study.

Insecticides esfenvalerate and phosmet were shown to be at a higher strength than their “median lethal dose” in at least one of the pollen samples.

“While fungicides are typically seen as fairly safe for honeybees, we found an increased probability of Nosema infection in bees that consumed pollen with a higher fungicide load,” reads the study. Bees that consumed pollen with fungicides were three times more likely to contract the parasite.
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If particulate goes undetected and solution is administered, the particle may potentially block the infusion of the solution to the patient, resulting in a delay in therapy. If smaller pieces of the particulate break off and become free floating within the solution, they may pass through the catheter into the patient, resulting in local inflammation or mechanical disruption of tissue. Chronically, following sequestration, local granuloma formulation is possible. In consideration of the reddish orange color of the particulate, if there is iron within the particle that is infused, it may put a patient at risk when undergoing MRI (strong magnetic field exposure), as the particle could potentially be dislodged and be pulled through tissue, causing local inflammation and tissue trauma.

BACKGROUND: The recalled lot was distributed to distributors/wholesalers, hospitals, and pharmacies located in AL, AZ, CA, CO, FL, GA, HI, IL, IN, KY, LA, MD, MA, MI, MS, MO, NV, NJ, NC, OH, OK, PA, TN, TX, UT, VA, WA, and WI between September 2013 through October 2013. Lidocaine is packaged 10 units per carton/180 units per case in single dose glass fliptop vials.
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Serious mental illness (SMI) has been a subject of conversation after recent shooting tragedies, but what does “SMI” really mean? Read NIMH Director Dr. Insel’s latest blog discussing SMI and how NIMH is investing in basic research to reduce most disability and mortality:

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Court documents case show that the scheme to cheat customers out of rebate and discount money was well-known among sales staff. According to the plea agreements filed on Monday, both Welch and Fenwick participated in a November training session that taught employees how to defraud trucking companies without getting caught.
Welch's plea agreement says she "actively participated in the discussion." And Fenwick told a group of sales employees that if a customer ever caught him reducing a rebate, he would blame the reduction on other sales staff or a computer error, according to his plea agreement.
Welch's agreement says she prepared and emailed monthly spreadsheets for approval to other sales staff containing the actual rebate amounts due along with a "deceptively reduced rebate amount" for some of the customers. Once approved, Welch would cause checks to be sent with deceptive amounts.
Both Welch and Fenwick are charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud. Prosecutors have agreed to hold them responsible only for those illegal acts in which they were personally involved. Both have agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and testify truthfully if called.
Welch's attorney declined to comment; Fenwick's attorney, Randy Reagan, said of his client, "He's accepted responsibility for his actions and looking forward to putting this behind him."
Jimmy Haslam has denied any personal wrongdoing. Gov. Bill Haslam maintains he is not involved with operating Pilot Flying J, though he continues to hold an undisclosed ownership stake in the company posting annual revenues of about $30 billion.
After the pleas on Monday, Pilot Flying J released a statement expressing disappointment in the actions of Welch and Fenwick.

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The action was taken pursuant to federal law banning the sales or dispensing of marijuana, despite its legalization for recreational as well as medicinal use by referenda measures adopted by voters in Washington and Colorado last November.

“It’s humiliating,” said Casey Lee, who works at the Bayside clinic. “They don’t get to see the cancer patients” who were to receive the confiscated marijuana.

Medical marijuana patient Leif O’Leary arrived at Seattle Cross to find the dispensary closed by order of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration. “You can’t tell me there [aren't] bigger fish to fry, especially now that recreational marijuana is legal,” he said. Washington now allows private possession of up to one ounce of marijuana. “It is just to me inconceivable that this is still happening,” he added.
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Well now isn't this some b.s.! My son receives a letter from him in the mail just yesterday, June 4, 2014 asking if he needed help with filing bankruptcy. He just called the number listed on the letterhead and was told he had the wrong number. He tried back, asked if this was the law office of J. Edward Oliver, Attorney at Law, and they hung up on him. Hmmmm. What is going on here????
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reviewed a month ago
My son goes there and I am so proud of him and all of the good work you do for others! He is back to "my son" once again because of your help! p.s. PLEASE GET MORE THAN ONE PHONE LINE! I've been trying to call. I am disabled and often have emergency situations and need to get in touch with him! Thanks!
Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
I have had some jewelry for a few years now and wanted to find out about it. This was the first place I stopped. The woman there that helped me was very friendly and helpful. She made the time to sit with me and look at my jewelry and explained to me what everything was and even appraised some pieces for free! As a matter of fact, I need to get back there and get some help with some of the pieces I took in that evening. We just didn't have the time to go over everything. I would highly recommend this store to anyone that loves antiques and vintage/antique jewelry. I found several pieces of jewelry I'd love to have! Just beautiful!
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
5 reviews
I've been going to Mike for about 10 years now and love him and love his work! One of THE nicest men you could ever want to meet.
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reviewed 3 months ago
Super nice folks here! Jeannie (hope I spelled that right!) is excellent. I highly recommend Signature Loans on May. They'll do anything possible to help you get a small loan. The ONLY reasons I give any of these places a 4 star rating are because of the phone calls 500 times a day, starting the day after your due date. And I'm of course exaggerating a bit on that, but you get the drift. It's extremely irritating. Especially knowing you have a 10 day grace period, hence the second reason for the 4 star rating. Just don't start the phone calling until someone is REALLY late. And then I'm pretty sure once is enough. If they don't answer and have an answering machine, just leave ONE message and then stop calling. You know we know we're late and are too embarrassed to call. Of course there will be times when many folks are truly in a bind and just cannot pay that month. My son and I happen to be in that position right now. Please don't make them feel any worse by continuing to call.
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reviewed 9 months ago