How much time have you spent trying to figure out a subject line for your e mails.
Keeping them out of the spam box and getting it opened is the main hurdle. Even if they’re interested the mail recipient will never know if it isn’t opened.
I located a great tool and wanted to share it with you.
Here is a great tool and the best part, it’s free. How about that!
If all the boxes come up green you’re good. Yellow, maybe a little tweaking. Red, Better re-think.
Four Words to Avoid.
- Percent off
This tool is made available by localnews.biz
We all hear of The Center For Disease Control when something is going wrong but there is more for us to take advantage of with them. Visit their site and take a look at the information there.
Health, United States, is an annual report on trends in health statistics.
CDC.gov is CDC’s, (Center for Disease Control) primary online communication channel.
Yearly, there are close to 500 million views to the site. With an average of 41 million views per month.
CDC.gov supplies users with credible, reliable health information.
If you take acetaminophen (Tylenol) for four days as directed you may be at risk of liver damage, says a new study. Tylenol has been on the market for decades.
Previous studies had shown that Tylenol in combination with hydrocodone caused liver damage – experts had thought the liver toxicity was associated with hydrocodone. This new study clearly shows that the Tylenol poses the risk, rather than the hydrocodone.
Aminotransferase Elevations in Healthy Adults Receiving 4 Grams of Acetaminophen Daily
Paul B. Watkins, MD; Neil Kaplowitz, MD; John T. Slattery, PhD; Connie R. Colonese, MS; Salvatore V. Colucci, MS; Paul W. Stewart, PhD; Stephen C. Harris, MD
WSBT TV South Bend IN.
On their morning news cast a segment called Business Break is aired every week day. Ted Smucker interviews local business people in a two-minute segment. A little nerve-racking at first but I made it through.
Afterword I was given a tour of the station and met some of the personalities. Interesting.
Go take a tour of your local station. Take the kids too.
More commonly know as aspirin. Discovered by Arthur Eichengrün, a chemist with the German company Bayer.
Well kind of discovered. Salicin, the main component, is found in Willow Bark. The use of willow bark dates back to the time of Hippocrates. That’s 400 BC. I’m sure most of us know the Weeping Willow Tree. I sure climbed enough of then when I was a kid. There are beautiful trees.
It is reported that chewing the bark works better than Acetylsalicylic Acid. Imagine.
FDA provides consumer advice following recall of products for infants and children.
Drug Recalls provides information about U.S. Food and Drug Administration drug recall, warning, and safety issues involving prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, and dietary supplements.
It is sponsored by attorney Dana Taschner. One of the most respected trial lawyers in the United States.
Take a look HERE
Most of us don’t think twice about taking a non-prescription pain reliever to ease a headache or soreness that might follow a game of tennis, but there is growing evidence that commonly used painkillers such as………
News from AARP Read More Here
What Makes More Sense, taking a pill that filters through your entire body or targeting your pain with a topical pain management formula.
Three significant drawbacks to oral pain medications:
- Can cause internal organ damage.
- May not deliver relief where you need it.
- Over time reducing pain tolerance, requiring increased dosages.
Stop the oral painkillers. Stop the damage to your body. Safe and effective pain relief.