Prescription Drug Plan (PDP) providers can change the particulars of their plans at any time with a short warning period for plan enrollees. These changes can include changes to which drugs are covered under the plan, which pharmacies are in the plans network, the charges associated with being a part of the plan and any other detail of the plan. These changes are at the discretion of the plan administrator and can be implemented at any time.
Number six. For an added visual reference and to really solidify the intellectual and emotional commitments required for your long-term dieting success, get a friend or companion to take a photograph of you each week. Do a front, back, and side shot. A digital camera works exceptionally well here since you can quickly compare photos of yourself from day one of your diet through your entire regimen. This visual enforcement of your efforts can be a great encouragement.
Please read Michael Crichton’s latest novel, Next. What’s next indeed? One of the target characters is a little “monkey-boy” developed in a laboratory of the national Institutes of Health (NIH) as part of an experiment to combine elements of an ape and a human to develop a hybrid embryo that develops and grows up in a laboratory. The chimp/boy is eventually adopted and raised as his own son by the conscience stricken scientist who performed the experiment . The NIH is a real agency of the us Department of health and human services. Yes, I know. Crichton writes fiction and it’s only a story. But is it?
There are some things about your future that you can predict with some accuracy. For example, if you do drugs, drink heavily, and smoke cigarettes you can predict that there is a high probability that you will have a shortened life and die from a dread disease. If you overeat and refuse to exercise you will become obese, prone to severe health problems, and die an unpleasant and untimely death.