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Katie’s Other Blog

Katie Paine, of whom I am a huge fan, has another blog that you should take a minute to read. Her description of the blog says it all:

“This is a blog about surviving and thriving. Personally, I’ve survived one round of breast cancer, two start-up companies, one failed marriage, countless failed relationships, my house burning to the ground and a host of other “character building experiences.” As Connie Kaldor says, however, “Just how much character does any one woman need?” This is a dialog about finding the answer to that all-consuming question.”

I’ve learn’t so much from Katie on marketing measurement and will keep an eye on this one to learn more. Thanks Katie!

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  1. By thamalipxu on November 9th, 2006 at 8:26 am

    I see many of your readers are interesting about medications and medicines, so now I going to touch that theme
    Information about medicins
    Norco is the brand name for the combination of acetaminophen (Tylenol) and hydrocodone. Norco is prescribed for moderate to moderately severe pain. Hydrocodone binds to the pain receptors in the brain so that the sensation of pain is reduced. Acetaminophen halts the production of prostaglandins which otherwise cause pain. Norco is available in tablet, capsule, and liquid form and is taken every 4-6 hours by mouth. Since hydrocodone can be habit forming, care must be taken to follow the doctor’s instructions when taking Norco. Do not take a larger dose, or take it more frequently, or take it for longer than the doctor has prescribed
    Another medications are

    The Lortab is the brand name for the combination of acetaminophen (Tylenol) and hydrocodone. Lortab is prescribed for moderate to moderately severe pain. Hydrocodone binds to the pain receptors in the brain so that the sensation of pain is reduced. Acetaminophen halts the production of prostaglandins which otherwise cause pain. It is available in tablet, capsule, and liquid form and is taken every 4-6 hours by mouth. Since hydrocodone can be habit forming, care must be taken to follow the doctor’s instructions when taking Lortab. Do not take a larger dose, or take it more frequently, or take it for longer than the doctor has prescribed.
    Vicoprofen this is supplied in a fixed combination tablet form for oral
    administration.
    VICOPROFEN combines the opioid analgesic agent, hydrocodone bitartrate, with
    the nonsteroidal
    anti-inflammatory (NSAID) agent, ibuprofen.
    Tylenol #3
    Tylenol 3 is a narcotic pain medication that contains both Tylenol
    (acetaminophen) and Codeine.
    Codeine is a prescription strength narcotic pain reliever and Tylenol is a
    very effective over-the-counter medicine.
    When the two are mixed, the pain relief is greater than if only one was
    taken.
    And the Flexeril may be taken with or without food.
    Flexeril should be used only for short periods (no more than 3 weeks). Since the type of injury that Flexeril treats should improve in a few weeks, there is no reason to use it for a longer period.
    If you want more information you can go to http://www.crdrx.com
    thanks

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