It can be very scary to think that you may have been exposed to the HIV virus that causes AIDS. Too many people decide not to be tested for exposure to the virus because they simply do not want to know the answer. If you receive a negative result, people think all is well, but the slight risk of finding a positive result often keeps people from even being tested.
Help with what are called the ” Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL).” These include shopping, housekeeping, laundry, and and meal preparation.
We’ve all heard about the nasty little creatures called BED Bugs. In our minds they have infested everything from the stores we shop in, the movie theater, schools, our favorite restaurant, down to your child’s best friend’s house. The thought of a sleep over, rather your child be attending or hosting, just sends a shiver down your spine, and your full time companion “What if.?” knocking on your minds back door.
Talk to an expert: An expert can be a doctor or a counselor. He or she may be able to give you sound advice about treatments. There might be a prescription medicine that will work for you. Check your local health department or social services agencies as they are likely to offer help. They have resources to trained counselors who know about alcoholism and support groups with similar problems.
Hubby was very pleased with his hamburger. This is a two-handed job. He said that the Angus beef was cooked to a perfection. It was topped with cooked onions, barbeque sauce and cheddar cheese. The french fries, which he quickly slathered in ketchup, were a crisp golden brown.
San Francisco does not allow a permitted, legal stop within 300 feet, or two blocks, of another legal stop. This dissuades illegal congregating of a variety of vendors.
Starting June 3 and continuing through Aug. 5, the Parks Department will set a course in Woods Creek Lake off Indian Trail Beach, 228 Indian Trail, Lake in the Hills, for open water swimming training. A 3-mile running course will wind through the hills around the lake. The Parks Department has dubbed the sessions Stroke and Stride.