Browsing Archive: January, 2010

e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
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Movie Book

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 18, 2010, In : TECHNOLOGY 
What if an e-book reader were able to download movies? If someone wanted to use an e-book reader to listen to an audio version of a novel, e-book readers should offer many types of entertainment and different varieties. Movies, plays or other theatrical works that are available for download should be a part of the whole e-book learning, and entertainment experience. Let's say that I purchased an e-book reader and I want to travel with it for all of my entertainment purposes, for example to re...
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The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010, In : Home 
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer te...
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The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010, In : HEALTH 
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It i...
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Browsing Archive: January, 2010

e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
Continue reading ...
 

Movie Book

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 18, 2010, In : TECHNOLOGY 
What if an e-book reader were able to download movies? If someone wanted to use an e-book reader to listen to an audio version of a novel, e-book readers should offer many types of entertainment and different varieties. Movies, plays or other theatrical works that are available for download should be a part of the whole e-book learning, and entertainment experience. Let's say that I purchased an e-book reader and I want to travel with it for all of my entertainment purposes, for example to re...
Continue reading ...
 

The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010, In : Home 
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer te...
Continue reading ...
 

The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010, In : HEALTH 
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It i...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: January, 2010

e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
Continue reading ...
 

Movie Book

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 18, 2010, In : TECHNOLOGY 
What if an e-book reader were able to download movies? If someone wanted to use an e-book reader to listen to an audio version of a novel, e-book readers should offer many types of entertainment and different varieties. Movies, plays or other theatrical works that are available for download should be a part of the whole e-book learning, and entertainment experience. Let's say that I purchased an e-book reader and I want to travel with it for all of my entertainment purposes, for example to re...
Continue reading ...
 

The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010, In : Home 
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer te...
Continue reading ...
 

The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010, In : HEALTH 
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It i...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: January, 2010

e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
Continue reading ...
 

Movie Book

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 18, 2010, In : TECHNOLOGY 
What if an e-book reader were able to download movies? If someone wanted to use an e-book reader to listen to an audio version of a novel, e-book readers should offer many types of entertainment and different varieties. Movies, plays or other theatrical works that are available for download should be a part of the whole e-book learning, and entertainment experience. Let's say that I purchased an e-book reader and I want to travel with it for all of my entertainment purposes, for example to re...
Continue reading ...
 

The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010, In : Home 
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer te...
Continue reading ...
 

The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010, In : HEALTH 
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It i...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Browsing Archive: January, 2010

e-death certificates

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 24, 2010, In : death 
The department of health should have a log on for coroners, physicians and medical examiners for the purpose of creating and maintaining death certificates. This would enable each of them to put the appropriate information regarding the death of an individual on to a form that they would have access to instantly. This would be of efficient measure  because once the deceased is transferred from a hospital, morgue, nursing home ect. there will no longer be a need for the funeral director to tra...
Continue reading ...
 

Movie Book

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 18, 2010, In : TECHNOLOGY 
What if an e-book reader were able to download movies? If someone wanted to use an e-book reader to listen to an audio version of a novel, e-book readers should offer many types of entertainment and different varieties. Movies, plays or other theatrical works that are available for download should be a part of the whole e-book learning, and entertainment experience. Let's say that I purchased an e-book reader and I want to travel with it for all of my entertainment purposes, for example to re...
Continue reading ...
 

The Big Picture

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, January 11, 2010, In : Home 
It once took talent and a family away on vacation for a robber to successfully rob a home. Because of the difficulty as items were so much heavier and or bulky. It used to also take more than one person to rob a home because of the weight of the items stolen. To be able to run with stolen goods in your posession you wouldn't make much on the things that were dropped like dishes while waiting tables. Older televisions were bulky and quite heavy. Giving the would be robber an obstacle. Newer te...
Continue reading ...
 

The hypo/hyperglycemic watch

Posted by Sheri Harris on Sunday, January 3, 2010, In : HEALTH 
People who suffer from hypoglyceima have the following conditions: they suffer from profuse sweating, low blood sugar, their body does not produce insulin and therefore these people go through insulin and hypoglycemic shock. Those with hyperglyceima: constantly feel cold, have clammy skin, rapid heart beat while and their bodies produce very little insulin and they become confused.When a person enters a crisis of glycemia the body releases epinephrine(adrenaline) from the adrenal glands. It i...
Continue reading ...