I don't care for the A-Z thing, I do the Health Day News stuff more often, the Harvard A-Z has too many "weird" things that I don't care about/that don't apply to me (I've read the ones that do). It's too static. I wish they'd change what they cover every 6 months or so. Often it's either too vague in topic, "Obesity" or too specific "Amyloidosis" (whatever that is :-) to be helpful or interesting.
I do like that you only have to read/look at one page and can get the credit instead of having to go through a whole SP article to get to the end to get credit for that :-)
I go to the doctor quarterly now and get blood tests 2-3 times a year, etc. and like that arrangement, feel like I'm a little better cared for. I have nurses that call me every few months too to check on my asthma; they're from my health insurance and a total surprise and really nice, really makes me feel cared for by my insurance, hope President Obama's plans don't mess that up, LOL. They chat with me for 5 minutes, ask me if I have any questions, set a couple goals for the next time they call, remind me they have an 800 number for anytime I have a problem/question, with RN nurses there about 12-15 hours a day to answer, etc.
Edited by: MARGOMCP at: 8/8/2009 (08:01)
There is no pleasure worth forgoing just for an extra three years in the geriatric ward. ~John Mortimer
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