If you need to study for long hours--eat some protein and be sure to get enough sleep the day before. A bit of caffeine works for short periods of time. I have used the "five hour energy shots" and they have helped. If you need something more potent--adderall works VERY well. = ) If this helped, give a … Read more
A yeast infection. Does the discharge resemble cottage cheese? Are you experiencing itching? There are one day treatments available at the drug store (or walmart) that you can purchase. If it doesn't go away within a day or two--I'd suggest you make an appointment to be seen by a doctor. Several sexually transmitted diseases can mimic yeast infections. The best … Read more
It can't be reduced any further than what you have already = )
If I'm in a mellow mood--a glass of merlot. If I'm feeling more expansive, I appreciate a shot or two of Knob Creek whiskey.
I have restless leg syndrome and I read that "back in the day" putting a bar of soap under the sheets near your legs would help. Of course I tried it (better than taking medication to get a good night's sleep). It didn't work at all. This isn't just anecdotal evidence either, I believe there was a … Read more
I really think that depends on the particular child, and their age as well. Taking someone out of their native culture can be extremely distressing, especially when they've experienced a recent trauma. Too much change at once is not good for children. Take into consideration the possibility that other Haitians may wish to adopt the orphans. If … Read more
It isn't 50%. It depends on where you are in your menstrual cycle. Be careful in the future hon, use those condoms = ) If you are worried you might have gotten pregnant, depending on what state you live in you might be able to get the "morning after" pill. It isn't an "abortion pill", it simply prevents … Read more
I can give a few examples, but not really a full discussion. One of the perceptual judgments that occur is when the person who is trying to be hired is nervous. The interviewer could perceive a normal case of the jitters for a deeper problem such as a chronic anxiety disorder, being "scatter brained", not having the … Read more