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Expert explains why Vets and Pets love Kangen Water®

 

 

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Dr. Tim Crowe, DVM, explains why Vets and Pets love Kangen Water®

Dr. Tim Crowe is one of the top Veterinarians in the USA; over 50 procedures are credited to him in the areas of surgery and emergency/critical care that are commonly used today throughout the world. He explains why Kangen is just as important to you as it is to your pet.

Dr. Crowe is chief of staff of Pet Emergency Clinics and Specialty Hospital in Ventura and Thousand Oaks, Calif. He is president of Veterinary Surgery, Emergency, and Critical Care Services and Consulting in Bogart, Ga. Dr. Crowe is one of the founding members of the American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care. He is also a diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, American College of Hyperbaric Medicine and a fellow in the American College of Critical Care Medicine. He is a certified fire fighter, nationally registered EMT-I and a paramedic instructor at Lanier Technical College in Oakwood, Ga.

Testimonials from dog owners!

“My 5 year old Golden Retriever named “Bow” has been a beach lover all his life. We were at the Dog Beach playing fetch with his favorite ball when he snapped his left ACL. We hobbled back to the car, straight to his Vet. We were told he would need surgery to replace the ruptured ligament. A TPLO surgery was performed. He recovered, but a limp soon followed. We got the 2 paws up to return to full activity. Back to Dog Beach we went. Within 5 minutes, “Snap” the other knee went. He had the surgery on his injured leg & again recovered. However, this time I was able to give him Kangen 8.5. He has no limp on either leg, jumps up, runs and plays hard. He has returned to Dog Beach with tail waggin, lip smackin, bright-eyed excitement. Not a limp, not a whimper. I believe we owe his fast recovery to Kangen 8.5. And by the way, he had some strong acidic urine following the surgery, which burned the backyard grass. Now my grass is green and Bow is doing fantastic! Thank you Enagic® for Bow’s health. He won’t drink anything but Kangen Water®!

“Bow” Golden Retriever – Judy S. Owner

Our dog Charlie, a Pit-bull / Pointer mix, is 10 years old. Over the past few years he has developed a mild case of hip displacia, which would make him limp when he walked and have to steady himself in order to sit. He has also had severe inflammation on the inside of his ears that we could never get under control. We also noticed that the “pep” in his step was starting to fade as he got older. We started giving him the 9.5 pH water to drink and used the 2.5 pH water for his ears. He started showing amazing signs of improvement after only a few days. Now, his hip is no longer a problem. He is bounding around like a puppy again and sitting takes him no effort at all. His ears look great! He is in better shape now then he has ever been!! And the only change we made was the water we gave to Charlie. Thanks Enagic, the Kangen Water gave us our puppy back!

“Charlie” Pitbull / Pointer – Gerald K. Owner

Our Cocker Spaniels are thriving! They have both been on Kangen 8.5 for several months and their health has noticeably improved. Coco’s Mom Patty makes a broth from the Kangen Water and Coco loves it. One day Coco’s Mom Patty ran out of the Kangen and she purchased some Arrowhead and Coco turned up her nose and wouldn’t drink it. Coco has been Patty’s cocker spaniel for 12 years and every three weeks has had her anal glands drained… this past time she went 6 weeks and brought Coco in for her draining and the glands were empty. This water has detoxified Coco’s system and is helping her fight a debilitating leg problem. Penny, on the other hand, is not as sophisticated as Coco in her tastes. However, I have had Penny on Kangen water for several months and I make her Coco’s Canine Cuisine with only the 8.5 Kangen and cook her chicken in the 8.5 Kangen Water and it has been so tasty for her, that she used eat like a bird and now eats like a dog!!! Her anal glands were impacted two months ago and I was scheduled to get them drained every three weeks and we went in and the Vet. Tech. said her anal glands were empty as well…we are AMAZED at the benefits of this Kangen Water for our cockers!

“Coco” & “Penny” Cocker Spaniels – Patty & Janet Owners

If your pet is feeling down or feeling the consequences from a high acidic diet, then try giving your furry friend Kangen Water®.

For more information go to http://www.lifechanging-water.com

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Been Away For A While Now I Am Back

Got an urgent call this year on the 21st of November
My Mom is sick, packed quickly, forgot more that I remember

Flew to New Zealand, the ‘land of the long white cloud’
Just one bag that was all I was allowed

Did not call my neice for her birthday
Hope she had a good one, I am sure she will forgive me anyway

Happy birthday Donna I did think of you
Hope you had a good one, Love to both of you two

I had plenty of sun in Australia as you can see
If you love the water there sure is no better place to be

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Well back to Mom we thought her breaths would be few
Suffered much pain but with tons of medication her chances to survive grew

She is now ringing from the hospital “Lesley come get me and bring me home I am not staying here”
Yep she is back to normal, demanding and giving the nurses plenty of grief I fear

Patience I will need although I have been known to lack
But will keep in touch, Been away for a while and now I am back

Lesley

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Seal A Gunshot Wound In 15 Seconds

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While the U.S. Defense Department is taking bold steps to embrace the latest technology in nearly every operational specialty, it might be the simplicity of a kitchen sponge that saves hundreds of lives every year.

The new battlefield gadget is called X-STAT, and it uses a novel twist on simple science, offering a different way to treat deep gun shot wounds that have plagued military medics for years.

The sponges work fast: In just 15 seconds, they expand to fill the entire wound cavity, creating enough pressure to stop heavy bleeding, reports Popular Science. Keeping the technology simple is hugely important in the chaotic, pre-hospital environment. RevMedx designed the XSTAT to literally be plug-and-play.

The dime-sized expanding sponges – which are made from standard medical-grade sponges and covered with a hemostatic agent – are injected into the wound with the plastic tube and immediately expand to stop the bleeding. And because the sponges cling to moist surfaces, they can’t be pushed back out of the body by gushing blood.

RevMedx claims uncontrolled bleeding is the leading cause of death on the battlefield and the second leading cause of death in civilian trauma. According to a report published by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, the highest percentage of survivable battlefield deaths from 2001-2009 came from major trauma hemorrhage.

RevMedx, founded in 2009, focused their research on solving the problem of “non-compressible hemorrhage,” and believes their modified syringe that injects specially coated sponges into wounds will be the solution:

“A significant number of wounds occur to regions of the torso where compression cannot be applied, such as the pelvis or shoulder … By working closely with the US Army Medical Research and Materiel Command and US Special Operations Command, we succeeded in developing a novel hemostatic dressing capable of stopping high-flow arterial bleeding within seconds without external compression.”
RevMedx recently petitioned the FDA for approval of their invention, Popular Science reports. The company claims XSTAT could boost survival rates and spare injured soldiers from additional pain.

“The core technology behind the XSTAT dressing is mini-sponges that expand upon contact with blood — resulting in a nearly immediate hemostatic effect without manual compression,” the RevMedx site states. “We are incorporating this self-expanding sponge technology into a portfolio of hemostatic dressings to treat a wide range of wound types.”

The DoD Hemorrhage and Resuscitation Research and Development Program portfolio manager said the XSTAT provides the military with a totally new way to save lives, according to the Army. “It is a capability that has never existed before, and can be used in the field setting by medics, possibly even with buddy aid,” Dr. Anthony Pusateri said.

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This Picture Is So Powerful – The Toughest Will Think Twice

When I saw this picture, immediately I saw the power in it. I was not a perfect Mother, I am sure there is none that exists, but we do the best we know how or we love by the examples we have been shown. I remember a program on TV one day; I think it may have been on the Oprah Show, about how when you walk in the room a child will look at your face to see what greeting he or she will get. That has always stuck in my mind so I make sure my face says to my grandchildren when I greet them, how I am so happy to see them.

It is not always parents that we can learn from. As a child I was brought up in a very strict, firm environment. We knew our parents loved us but they did not actively show it by loving words or physical affection. The love was shown mainly in the way we were disciplined. I learnt to physically show love to my kids in the way of hugs and telling them I loved them from one of my bosses. She had a souvenir business that I managed part-time and she brought her children to work with her every day right from the time she left the hospital. Those children were smothered with hugs and kisses every day, which was, I guess fascinating and surprising to me. It was beautiful, from then I decided that, that is what I would do with my children.

My son shows the same affection to his children. For me, the big brute still give me a hug and kiss on the forehead at the age of 40 for no reason just to say they love me. To me that is beautiful.

So when I saw this picture it made me sad because I have seen examples of it and sometimes parents don’t even realize what they are doing to a beautiful soul.

Your words have power… use them wisely.

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Did You Know – 06/18/2010

The Swiss study, published in the Annals of Epidemiology, analyzed 2.4 million deaths over a 40-year period and showed that the “birthday blues” can be lethal.

Results extracted from a vast amount of data concluded that there were 13.8 percent more deaths on birthdays when compared with any other day of the year. The risk increased with age, with the figure rising to 18 percent in people aged over 60.

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According to the AARP BulletinThe number of patients who die each year from hospital errors is equal to 4 jumbo jets crashing each week. Wow Scary. All the more reason to live a healthy life so you don’t have to go to hospital or another option wait till you are so sick that if you come out alive its a bonus.


Rolling Stones band member Bill Wyman married a 19 year-old model Mandy Smith in 1988. At the same time Wyman’s son was engaged to Mandy Smith’s mother. If his son had married Smith’s mother, Wyman would have been the step grandfather to his own wife.
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Grapes EXPLODE when you put them in the microwave! (I bet you try that one out)
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Compulsive shopping was identified by a German psychiatrist almost a hundred years ago. Clinically it is known as oniomania. Shopaholic are the people who do not suffer from chrematophobia, which is the fear of touching money.

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Approximately 16,500 people in the U.S. go by the last name Lemon

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Monaco’s Orchestra is bigger than its army.

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Although starring in many gangster films, James Cagney started his career as a chorus girl.

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Tip For Today « 9/01/2010

I hope you find these Tips of the day useful. Some feedback would be good.

The reason I do this, is that if your time, like mine, is full of “Stuff” our brains suffers from overload.
I just don’t get the time to read screens and screens of information. There is a lot of good information I miss because I put it aside to read it later. In most cases I don’t get back to it.
I do however find that small increments of information catches my eye and I tend to remember them or think to myself “I should do that, or that’s interesting I should post that as my readers may find that helpful, too.”

It might be that my attention span is a little short. I think we all suffer from this a little bit; we are doing one thing and our mind is thinking of the next project. We tend to multi task and not really focus on one thing.

Of course there are some articles that I do find easy to focus on. when I do I will usually pass them on to you, my readers.
I love new information in the health genre.
I love new ideas to save money, ways to help you get rid of your debts or at least reduce them.

I personally believe there is still tough times ahead still. We need to take responsibility for our debts and cost of living. We all need to make changes to protect ourselves from financial pain.

If we don’t do different nothing will change.

Enough from me, here is the “Tip of the Day.”

Check your hospital bill

According to Harvey Rosenfield of the Watchdog group, 97% of hospital bills are wrong. Less than 2% of those errors are in the patient’s favour. Average error: $1400.

Frequent mistake: Billing for items or services never delivered. [
lab work, medication, thermometers, wheelchairs, etc]

Self-defense: Insist on completely itemized bills and review them carefully

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