Once you have a great staff in place, member services can also keep your retention rate at a respectable level. This goes along with customer service, as your services and programs should be ones that your members actually want and will use — they should be an actual “service” to your members. Continue reading “Services”
Kitchen remodeling may be a major job. It can take anywhere from weeks to months to update a kitchen. You can speed up the process of remodeling your kitchen. The following 10 tips will get you on the road to refacing your kitchen more quickly, while still ending up with a finished room that exhibits quality work and attention to details.
Seekers of a little nighttime entertainment in a social atmosphere are faced mostly with smoke-filled bars, restaurants, comedy clubs or dance halls — all of which are often a turn-off for health-conscious individuals. LifeQuest Fitness found a solution for its members this summer when the club began offering smoke-free comedy shows and Monday Night Football events at nearby nightclubs. Continue reading “Health Conscious Nightlife”
She had started crying and he was concerned, “Why are you crying?”
Ghandia/Ted Drama Begins
Back to Team Church Social. Ghandia says to the cameras, “I feel a little tired because I didn’t get a lot of sleep last night. I just feel kind of depressed and I feel… I feel used.” Blah blah… “last night, he threw his arm over me and pulled me close to him, which was kind of OK with me in the beginning, but uhmm… he started to like, really become very sexual. I mean, specifically, he was grinding against me. And he didn’t stop and he kept trying to, in my opinion, try to engage me.” “I, of course, didn’t think to tell him to stop or at least say that this makes me a little uncomfortable. Instead, I’ll just tense up and hope that he’s psychic.” Continue reading “Conversations, Observations, and Way-Thorough Recap, Part 2”
The previews for this show were so thrilling I thought that I wouldn’t have to make up crap for this article to be interesting. Ted and Ghandia were going to explode and Clay would be strangled. I buttered my popcorn and sat down for a nice evening of family entertainment. Continue reading “Conversations, Observations, and Way-Thorough Recap, Part 1”
Options For Treating Fibroids
My wife promptly consulted a new gynecologist, who conducted two imaging tests to better determine the size and location of ClaraТs fibroids, and to determine if any blocked her fallopian tubes.
When my wife went for a physical exam in September 2000 to have her frequent incontinence and recurring abdominal pain diagnosed, our family doctor told Clara that she might have uterine fibroid tumors. Because he assured her that fibroids are benign, Clara and I werenТt horribly afraid that her health was in great danger. Continue reading “Uterine Fibroids — What Are Your Options? Part 1”
The birth kit is ready. The bag is packed. You’ve picked a pediatrician and have highlighted important passages in your trusty copy of The Womanly Art of Breastfeeding. You’re ready to have this baby, right? Continue reading “Your Support Network”
Cell-mediated immune responses to HCV antigens may play a role in the pathogenes is of chronic liver disease, viral persistence, and treatment outcome in patients with HCV infection. Observations suggest that CD8 + T cells may be critical for successful HCV clearance. Continue reading “HCV Clearance: IFN Treatment and T Helper Cell Response”