Archive for July, 2012

What type of health insurance should I get?

Saturday, July 28th, 2012

I am a male and a non smoker, but I have had Epilepsy since I was in high school. I need a health insurance for my health. However, I do not know much which type of the health insurance Health group, Community Health Plan or KPS health plan is good for me in Washington State in the US. Now I don’t have a job and I am independent. Would someone give me hand?

If you have epilepsy, then no health insurance company is going to want you as a customer.

You have three options:
1) Live in one of the approximately four states where health insurance companies must take everyone who is willing to pay
2) Get a job that comes with health insurance
3) Get whatever your state offers to anyone who cannot get insurance any other way because of existing medical conditions

Do not waste time looking at different policies that all have the option to reject you, because they all will.

What good is your health insurance if you have to make me buy it?

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

I don’t know even one person who wants to be without health insurance. The doctors and the hospitals do use collection agencies to collect their money. So there is no need whatsoever to force anyone to buy it.

The only reason I can see as to why anyone would want me to buy health insurance is because they want to give free health care to illegal aliens. I see no other reason. Oh and those other people on welfare.

People on welfare already qualify for free health care. Illegals can already go to hospitals and skip on the bills, and do so daily. It’s about control. The more control government has over the populace, the more those in government know they can get by with. As long as people *think* they’re getting some benefit from government (whether they are or not), they know that people will continue to sit back and permit our Constitution to be trampled. It’s all a giant shell game to keep our eyes off what’s going on quietly behind the scenes.

Edit – I call BS on anyone who says requiring everyone to have insurance is going to get everyone covered and save the health care system. These people obviously don’t understand how the health care system and insurance work. Traditional full coverage insurance is a huge part of the problem in health care today. When people can go to the doctor for every minor complaint they come across and only pay a minimal copay, they tend to overuse the system… thus increasing demand and cost. People are totally out of touch with the cost of health care when they aren’t paying out of pocket a the time of service. Higher deductible major medical plans that cover preventative medicine at 100% are the way to go to reduce the cost of insurance. They’re ultimately less costly for the consumer, and the consumer has a vested interest in understanding what they’re being asked to pay for before consenting to unnecessary procedures or tests. They also think twice before going to the doctor over trivial ailments. I’ve been on this type plan for 3 years and have literally saved thousands of dollars. There’s also the fact that laws governing health insurance live at state level. This prohibits insurers from offering individual plans across state lines, thus leading to smaller pools of people in plans. This, too, drives up cost. Insuring everyone won’t fix a thing. It will just drive the cost higher, leading to people who can’t afford it even when it’s mandatory. The root problem in health care (cost) has not been addressed with this legislation. Don’t believe me? Give it 10 years. Fewer people will be able to afford health care than can now.

What is the best supplement to build muscle?

Saturday, July 21st, 2012

What is the best supplement for me. I am 16. I am 6 foot 3. 235lbs. I want to build muscle and get faster. I dont want to gain too much weight. I want to turn my fat into muscle.

I’ve always heard whey protein, but I’ve never tried it.

What is the minimum required fitness certifications needed to teach simple outdoor classes?

Friday, July 13th, 2012

I have been working out with a trainer and at various classes for years now and would like to coordinate fitness routines for my friends and other people on a donation basis. Do I need to be certified? What are the minimum requirements and what would be the most inexpensive route?

this can help find your query

What health concerns should i have with taking my son with me on a airplane trip?

Friday, July 13th, 2012

My son is 16 months old and is in good health, but i would like to make sure i’m not passing up something in concerns to his health on a trip. I’m going to Colorado. This flight is just over a hour long.

Theres no more risk than travelling say on a bus or walking in a busy store etc around lots of people.

Sometimes their ears hurt on take off and landing so either give a bottle of milk or get the baby sucking a dummy/pacifier or sipping from a sippy cup to help equalise air pressure.

Enjoy your flight it will be short and easy for you.

What is the best supplement that helps circulation?

Friday, July 13th, 2012

I am a healthy 17 year old.
I am wondering what is the best Supplement that helps blood circulation and what are the benefits of good blood circulation?

Familiar herbs good for heart:

hawthorn berry
ginko biloba
gotu kola
cayenne pepper
prickly ash bark

Rainforest herbs(from Amazon Rainforest) that are good for the heart:

Brazilian peppertree
chanca piedra
picão preto
erva tostão

i live in hewlett is their any local stores where i can buy an hgh stimulator to grow taller?

Friday, July 13th, 2012

pills are what i need please answer by tommorow morning and you will recive the best answer if you give a couple of good hgh supplements (p.s im 14) to grow taller.

They are best avoided. Always ask your doctor about any expensive supplement you are thinking of taking.
You can do it safely yourself…
Eat properly and take exercise.
Also eat tryptophan rich foods…
Tryptophan is a routine constituent of most protein-based foods or dietary proteins. It is particularly plentiful in chocolate, oats, dried dates, milk, yogurt, cottage cheese, red meat, eggs, fish, poultry, sesame, chickpeas, sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, spirulina, and peanuts.

Tryptophan is an amino acid that is converted to serotonin, which increases HGH (Human Growth Hormone) during sleep.

And that’s about it. You will grow as tall and as quickly as your genes dictate. Fixed for ever at the moment of conception. All that can disrupt this is severe illness or severe malnutrition in childhood.

How accurate do you thing this fitness assessment is?

Friday, July 6th, 2012

Why is important to conduct a fitness assessment?
How accurate do you thing this fitness assessment is?
Do you think it correctly assesses all the components of physical fitness?
What are the strengths?
What are the weaknesses?
Do you know of any other fitness assessments?

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How does the public health system in panama work for people not covered by social security?

Friday, July 6th, 2012

Hello everybody!
I’m working on a presentation about the health system in Panama and there are a few things I still don’t quite understand about the public health system.

There are hospitals from Social Security and the Ministry of Health. Can you just go to each of these hospitals? And what happens when you are unemployed and not paying for the social security system? Can you still go to the social security hospitals then?

To make it short: Where is the difference in the services available if you seek medical care when you are paying for social security or when you are unemployed?

Thank you very much!

How the health system in panama does not work? As the average Panamanian would say, public health care is very poor, worse yet if you are not employed, less health care coverage than those with social security coverage.

What is the best economical post workout supplement i can take?

Friday, July 6th, 2012

I am currently working out to get more definition in my muscles not to get to big. I am currently 150 benching 205 and would like to increase that by Novemeber to 225minimum. What is the best Proteing supplement or post workout supplement available? Notice i am college student so it has to be economical. I am currently taking Jack3d pre workout and super pro bpi protein post. Any suggestions???

Pre and post workout supplements are all scams invented by supplement makers to help sell more crap to clueless young people who believe advertising, gym gossip, etc.

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The best health experts in the world (the US National Institute of Health), the people US doctors listen to, advise you should never take a supplement without the recommendation of a health care professional because all supplements are potentially hazardous to your health as supplements do not have to be tested. The result is many supplements are contaminated, worthless, have false advertising or label claims, and may contain dangerous or worthless chemicals or substances.

Here’s an example of one scam site ( which pretends to be a bodybuilding website but is really just a front for selling supplements as evidenced by this list of over 60 dangerous supplement products they were forced to recall and take off the market –> . More here –> is a good example why you should never buy supplements whether you want to burn fat, gain weight, build muscle, or are just hoping to improve your health. The scammers who sell junk supplements do so by using advertising, celebrity endorsements, fake testimonials, phony interviews and news reports, bogus reviews, and every other technique possible to convince you their product is safe and effective. They have saturated the internet with thousands of web sites so no matter what you search for, you’ll only find glowing reviews of their products at the top of the search results. And, the result of this effort has led an entire generation of young people to believe in fat burners, diet pills, mass gainers, pre and post workout supplements and other junk which not only do we not need but which are ineffective, a waste of money, and possibly even hazardous. The voice of truth is relatively quite compared to the $billions spent on supplement advertising, so before you buy any supplements, inform yourself with the links below.

Scammers target the young, gullible, and naive demographic because they know they can sway them with greater ease than the older, wiser buying public. But, there are some easy questions you can answer using simple logic to be able to qualify a scammer as suspect. Here are some examples.

• If there was an easy way to do hard things like burn fat or build muscle, why doesn’t the whole world know about it? How could that be kept secret when that’s what so many people desire?

• If there was a supplement that helped people shed pounds, why doesn’t your doctor recommend it? If you’re overweight, why doesn’t your physician just give you the pill or recommend the acai or HCG diet or whatever? Why are physicians always telling the same story about obesity and how to cope with it?

• If there were supplements that could help burn fat or build muscle, why haven’t the huge and powerful pharmaceutical companies taken them over? Why let the scammers like GNC and Weider continue to make $millions off the public when they have a much greater capacity for providing such products?

• Why do people pay big bucks to have liposuction or stomach stapling if supplements could really help them to lose fat?

There is only one good answer to all of these questions. Most of the supplements which are supposed to make you lose fat, add muscle, grow taller, kill appetite, gain weight, bulk up, get ripped, etc. just don’t work. It’s really that simple.

If you just can’t resist buying a supplement, at the very least make sure it bears the trademark logo and name of one of the following independent testing laboratories.
• USP (US Pharmacopoeia)
• NSF (NSF International)
Such testing does not guarantee effectiveness or safety but it’s better than nothing. The best advice remains: Don’t use supplements.

Good luck and good health!!

Now, for your own welfare and well being, please review all of the links below.