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Are You Lucky or Successful When Meeting Women?
http://www.chickmagnet101.com How you view your outcomes with women determines your overall success with women. If you consider yourself ?lucky?, then you externalize any good things that happen with a girl. But if you consider yourself ?successful?, then you understand the importance of learning what?s attractive to women and knowing how to act on this knowledge. In this video, we exam the difference between luck and success in relation to picking up women.

By Scott 129 days ago on Biz/Ads
Popularity Views: 149
Tags: pick, up, pickup, women, outcomes, meeting
Headshots for Real
The roles we play in life determine our outcomes. So why do so many celebrities end up playing the role of inmate? We may never know... www.actingforreal.com

By Frank 154 days ago on Funny Ha-Ha
Popularity Views: 491
Tags: celebtv.com, lindsay lohan, paris hilton, britney spears, vmas
Healthbase - Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Surgery - Medical Tourism
James S had osteoarthritis for the past 25 years. In last few months it was just unbearable. He found Healthbase.com online. Through Healthbase, his Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Surgery was arranged in India at Wockhardt. He talks about the wonderful experience he had with Healthbase.com and the quality of care he received at the world class hospital in India. The cost of surgical care overseas is typically a fraction of that found in the U.S., with equal or superior outcomes. A hip resurfacing surgery, for example, which costs over $40,000 in the US, costs only $7,500 in India. Even with travel expenses taken into account, the comprehensive treatment packages offered by http://www.healthbase.com provide a savings measured in thousands of dollars.  Log on to http://www.healthbase.com, call 1-888-691-4584 or email info.hb@healthbase.com for more information.

By Healthbase 214 days ago on This just in...
Popularity Views: 240
Tags: healthbase, healthbase.com, bhr
Healthbase - Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Surgery in India
Carol W is one of the many uninsured and underinsured American patients who seek affordable health care abroad. She recently had Birmingham Hip resurfacing surgery in India, arranged by http://www.healthbase.com. She talks about the wonderful experience she had with Healthbase.com and the quality of care she received at the world class hospital in India. The cost of surgical care abroad is typically a fraction of that found in the U.S., with equal or superior outcomes. A hip resurfacing surgery, for example, which costs over $40,000 in the US, costs only $7,500 in India. Even with travel expenses taken into account, the comprehensive treatment packages offered by http://www.healthbase.com provide a savings measured in thousands of dollars. Log on to http://www.healthbase.com, call 1-888-MY1-HLTH or email info.hb@healthbase.com for more information.

By Healthbase 220 days ago on Dear Diary
Popularity Views: 250
Tags: healthbase, healthbase.com, bhr
Healthbase - Birmingham Hip Resurfacing Surgery - Bilateral
Richard P had bilateral hip resurfacing surgery in India recently, arranged by http://www.healthbase.com. He talks about the wonderful experience he had with Healthbase.com and the quality of care he received at the internationally accredited hospital Wockhardt in India. The cost of surgical care abroad is typically a fraction of that found in the USA, with equal or superior outcomes. Bilateral Birmingham Hip Resurfacing surgery, for example, which costs over $80,000 in the US, costs only $15,000 in India. Even with travel expenses taken into account, the comprehensive treatment packages offered by http://www.healthbase.com provide a savings measured in thousands of dollars. Log on to http://www.healthbase.com, call 1-888-MY1-HLTH or email info.hb@healthbase.com for more information.

By Healthbase 221 days ago on Dear Diary
Popularity Views: 194
Tags: healthbase, healthbase.com,
Medical Tourism - Hip Resurfacing Surgery Overseas in India - Patient Experience
Kathie Thornton, a 53-year old American patient, got a hip resurfacing surgery in India through Healthbase, a medical tourism facilitator. She shares her wonderful experience of the surgery and rehabilitation. People travel overseas for healthcare due to low cost of surgical care for equal or superior outcomes compared to US. The typical cost of Hip Resurfacing Surgery in the US is $50,000 whereas in India it is $7,500 resulting in over 80% savings even after factoring travel into the equation.

By Healthbase 271 days ago on The Real World
Popularity Views: 353
Tags: birmingham, hip, resurfacing, surgery, rehabilitation, india
How to Get What You Want From Women
http://www.chickmagnet101.com Getting what you want from a woman can be simply done by knowing your outcomes and steering the conversation towards achieving it. In this video, you'll learn a simple method for thinking about what you want from a girl and how you can get it. You can get women with these techniques.

By Scott 284 days ago on Biz/Ads
Popularity Views: 131
Tags: attraction, attractive, attract, get, getting, female
Drug Use Hits New Low Among U.S. Workers in 2006, According to Quest Diagnostics' Drug Testing Index®
-- Lowest levels since 1988 -- -- Significant decline in use of amphetamines and marijuana continues trend from previous year -- LYNDHURST, NJ, March 07, 2007 /PRNewswire/ — A continued decline in drug positivity for the amphetamine class of drugs among safety-sensitive workers, coupled with a decrease in positive marijuana drug test results among the general U.S. workforce, drove workplace drug use to a new low in 2006. These were the main findings of the annual Drug Testing Index® released today by Quest Diagnostics Incorporated (NYSE: DGX), the nation's leading provider of employment-related drug testing services. The 2006 Drug Testing Index showed that positivity for amphetamines (positive test results for amphetamine and methamphetamine as a percent of all tests for the substance) declined 20 percent to hit to a new low level among federally mandated, safety-sensitive workers – 0.28 percent, down from 0.35 percent in 2005. Among the general workforce, positivity for amphetamines declined 12.5 percent – from 0.48 percent in 2005 to 0.42 percent in 2006. In addition, the number of positive tests for marijuana, as a percent of the total number of tests for the drug, was down 6.3 percent among the U.S. general workforce compared to 2005 – to 2.38 percent from 2.54 percent. The 2006 Drug Testing Index summarizes the results of more than nine million workplace drug tests performed by Quest Diagnostics between January and December 2006. Overall, the testing data indicated that drug use by employees and applicants fell to the lowest level since Quest Diagnostics began publishing the Drug Testing Index in 1988. Of all urine workplace drug tests performed by Quest Diagnostics during 2006 for the combined U.S. workforce, 3.8 percent had positive results, compared to 4.1 percent in 2005 and 13.6 percent in 1988. "We believe this continued decline in workforce drug positivity may be driven by two factors: increased employer vigilance about the impact of workplace drug abuse on liability and the cost of decreased productivity, and the possibility that those who abuse drugs may tend to avoid employment at companies that actively conduct drug testing," said Barry Sample, Ph.D., Director of Science and Technology for Quest Diagnostics' Employer Solutions division. Data from the 2005 National Survey on Drug Use and Health (NSDUH) presented by the Department of Health and Human Services supports the idea that drug testing is a deterrent to employee drug use. The survey found that individuals whose employers do not have a drug testing program reported a nearly 50 percent higher incidence of illicit drug use, in the previous 30 days, compared to those with drug testing programs – 7.1 percent compared to 10.5 percent¹. Last year, prompted by strong interest from the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, Quest Diagnostics performed a preliminary review of drug-test positives for amphetamines for the first five months in 2006. Those preliminary results were consistent with the annual 2006 findings. Between January and May 2006, drug-test positives for amphetamines among general U.S. workforce employees – totaling 0.43 percent of all drug tests identifying use of amphetamines – declined 10 percent compared to 2005. Among federally mandated, safety-sensitive workers, the positivity rate for amphetamines also was consistent with annual results, declining 20 percent during the same period and tallying 0.28 percent of all drug tests that look for amphetamines use. Amphetamines belong to a category of drugs known as stimulants, which are used by individuals to increase alertness, relieve fatigue and feel stronger and more decisive.² Amphetamines include the drugs amphetamine, dextroamphetamine and methamphetamine, and their variations. Methamphetamine is typically produced clandestinely for illicit use. Color graphics of the Drug Testing Index, including regional maps that show positivity rates by type of drug, are available on-line at www.questdiagnostics.com to provide more localized workplace drug test data. The Drug Testing Index is released every six months as a service for government, media and industry, and is considered a benchmark for national trends. About the Drug Testing Index The Drug Testing Index is published as a public service for government, media and industry and has been considered a benchmark for national trends since its inception in 1988. It examines positivity rates – the proportion of positive results for each drug to all such drug tests performed – among three major testing populations: federally mandated, safety-sensitive workers; the general workforce; and the combined U.S. workforce. Federally mandated, safety-sensitive workers include pilots, bus and truck drivers, and workers in nuclear power plants, for whom routine drug testing is mandated by the U.S. Department of Transportation and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission. About Quest Diagnostics Quest Diagnostics is the leading provider of diagnostic testing, information and services that patients and doctors need to make better healthcare decisions. The company offers the broadest access to diagnostic testing services through its national network of laboratories and patient service centers, and provides interpretive consultation through its extensive medical and scientific staff. Quest Diagnostics is a pioneer in developing innovative new diagnostic tests and advanced healthcare information technology solutions that help improve patient care. Additional company information is available at: www.questdiagnostics.com. The statements in this press release which are not historical facts or information may be forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements involve risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results and outcomes to be materially different. Certain of these risks and uncertainties may include, but are not limited to, competitive environment, changes in government regulations, changing relationships with customers, payers, suppliers and strategic partners and other factors described in the Quest Diagnostics Incorporated 2006 Form 10-K and subsequent SEC filings.

By bev 367 days ago on Dear Diary
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Tags: amphetamines, drug testing,



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