11. Josh Cathcart, 9, celebrates as he becomes the first person in the United Kingdom to be fitted with an i-limb quantum bionic arm.
And then menopause happened…
I took the meds, feeling like I was admitting defeat. It’s not a miracle drug and my body is getting used to it … slowly. At first I felt dull and foggy, like I was moving underwater. The mood swings are less severe because my senses aren’t as sharp. My brain is active but it’s hard to get words out. My speech is slower and I have to think really hard, to concentrate on what words I’m going to say…
Antidepressants for menopause. Better than hormone therapy? Based on the side effects, it doesn’t sound like it.
9. Eat something frozen, like a popsicle.
10. Ice pack on your temples.
11. Crank up the air conditioner.
12. Chew a piece of gum. (But not for long — it’s bad for your jaw joints.)
(Photos taken 8/21/2015.)
Likewise, Shortes said that the deal will allow Sacred Garden to lower prices for patients…
And we’ll be watching to see if that happens.
March 2014: $13/gram
August 2015: $13/gram ($364/ounce)
Hey, Sacred Garden, when are you going to lower prices for patients?
Friday, August 21, 2015
It was 2013 when the legislative Dems caved to Gov. Martinez and approved a controversial corporate income tax. The Dems went on to lose the House in ’14 to the R’s for the first time in 60 years. In a little noticed section of the latest state revenue report we learn just how far off Santa Fe was back then in estimating the cost of that corporate cut:
House Bill 641 made several changes to the corporate income tax code. The fiscal impact report initially estimated that the changes would result in a revenue loss of $7.2 million in FY14. However, actual revenue in that fiscal year missed its forecast by more than the estimated $7.2 million cost. In FY14, net corporate income tax revenue was subject to a six- month forecast error of $82.2 million (41.8 percent), and an 18-month error of $143.4 million (72.2 percent).
That’s a lot of revenue out the door, sports fans…
Thursday, August 20, 2015
The sensational crimes this summer involving teens has prompted Gov. Martinez to announce that she will ask the Legislature in January to give cities the power to implement teen curfews, even though a previous ABQ curfew in the 90’s was found unconstitutional…
ABQ Dem State Rep. Javier Martinez seems ready to lead the opposition to a teen curfew. He writes:
…A curfew is unenforceable. APD is a mess, without enough officers and a litany of questions regarding its internal procedures. A curfew is also ineffective and simply criminalizes young people. Young people are the solution, not the problem.