4K CC. Grasshoppers, Catching Insects In The USA, AZ UT CA NV NM Herping HD

4K CC. Grasshoppers, Catching Insects In The USA, AZ UT CA NV NM Herping HD


That’s a big…woah woah Big Grasshopper O where’d he go? He fell down Don’t worry I shall rescue you with my love Come here Mr Grasshopper No no no don’t go that way I love you and I wan’t to touch you Wow he’s a big one He seems to be a little clumsy tho He’s like backin away Woah woah woah Keep an eye on him boy’s Keep an eye on him Where’s he goin? Ok there he is there he is Keep an eye on him Come lets see Kid: He looks like a leaf Guy: Woah look at all these critters flying we are getting just raided Kid: Yeah we are Girl: There Moths Kid: Aahhh Guy: That is a big critter Kid 2: He’s Godzilla Guy: Uh he’s on the camera ( Flashlight in mouth) Kid: He’s on the camera Kid: Spikey oouch I want this guy Don’t…don’t think about it Bad Grasshoper! No noo bad Grasshopper Guy: Let your brother catch him Kid: He got him Guy: Phahaha Guy: Or let him jump on you Kid 2: Oh ow ow he is one Gahaha Kid: He bites He’s attacking him Kid: Keep your hands around him Guy: Is he hurt? Kid 2: Oh umm Kid: Uh Kid: 2 uh oh Guy: Open up your hand let’s get a look at him Let let your brother have him Kid: I’m the one who’s Kid 2: aahhh Kid: Oh ahhh Does he bite? Kid 2: He a no Guy: He claws Kid: Oh now he’s bitting he’s angry Guy: He’s trying to get out Kid 2: Woah he’s strong Kid: He Hurts? How strong is he? Ok we caught him He’s upside down Guy: Hand him to your brother Hand him to your brother Kid: You better not bite oh get back here Kid: Now dad gots him Guy: Ok now he’s got me Kid 2: He loves you Kid: K awesome Big fat Grasshopper Kid 2: Cricket kisses Guy: Ok Kid: What did you catch? Kid 2: Cactus ( In Pain) Kid: owwaaa Guy: hahahehe lol Kid: You sat in a cactus Everyone: Hahaheehee lol Guy: Oh My Girl: He sat in a Cactus? Guy: Oh my Kid: It’s right there! Guy: alright Let me…Ok Kid 2: I’m ok Guy: Oh Ok I got to turn off the camera Err ya know what What ever we’ll leave it on I can’t believe you sat in that Let me see your but Kid 2: Feels good Guy: I don’t know I don’t know I have never seen him before Yeah he bit matthew No don’t put your thumb up buddy You got to get him to crawl across Woah man what kind of species is this Hey quit biting me ( Bugs on my leg) I’m getting here gettin this Grasshopper and then some little tiny bug flies on me and starts nibbling me Wow He’s got some crazy colors Now there’s this one over here Get in the car k buddy K cause there is a really big bull right there who is just starting at us ok and If he really wants he can jump that fence You see that right? Wow We’ll go in 1 seconds just keep an eye on him Wow That almost looks like a toy It doesn’t even look like it’s real If I saw one of those things I would think Yeah that it wasn’t even real if I wasn’t out here looking at it my self I just…. woow Ok Go back to making more Grasshoppers Kinda crazy Catching a lot of Grasshoppers today These things are just exotic colors I didn’t even know we had Grasshoppers like this Alright Good job boys!!! Kid: Lets release them

Taurus SC Fipronil | Termite Solutions | ePest Solutions

Taurus SC Fipronil | Termite Solutions | ePest Solutions


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Traitement de charpente par injection et pulvérisation: termite, capricorne, petite vrillette…MABI

Traitement de charpente par injection et pulvérisation: termite, capricorne, petite vrillette…MABI


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Behind the Opioid Epidemic: The Real Cause + Natural Solutions

Behind the Opioid Epidemic: The Real Cause + Natural Solutions


Hello everyone. This is Dr. Bill Rawls with an opinion on
the opioid crisis. I think everybody’s aware that we’ve got
an opioid problem going on in the United States, Europe, and really worldwide. Opioids are the same as narcotics. On the street, that’s heroin. In the hospital, it’s morphine injections. In doctors’ offices, it’s drugs like Percocet,
an orally stable form of the narcotic that’s typically mixed with Tylenol or aspirin. These drugs are really excellent for acute
pain, for acute trauma, for use in the operating room and post-operative pain — in these
cases they’re really essential. But opioids are really terrible for chronic
pain, and that’s what they’re being used very widely for. Percocet prescriptions are very widespread
across the country in primary care offices. They have been for 30 years. They just don’t work for chronic pain. The problem is in the way that these drugs
work. Any time you have a drug that has an effect
like pain relief or anxiety relief, it’s typically hitting the receptors of some other
chemical messenger in the body. In this case, it’s endorphins. We all hear about endorphins. That’s what you get with a runner’s high. It’s what our body produces to keep us from
being a bundle of pain all the time. If we didn’t have endorphins, we wouldn’t
be able to get up out of the chair. We would hurt so badly. Endorphins just keep down that normal level
of pain with movement. Narcotics, morphine, heroin, all of these
drugs basically act the same way as endorphins in our body. If you take it acutely for several days to
a week, it’s okay. If you take opioids chronically, you start
suppressing endorphins more, and more, and more, and more. You lower the person’s pain threshold until
any amount of pain is excruciating. They really end up working against you if
you use them chronically, because you suppress the endorphins so much. That’s why they’re habituating: If you
suppress endorphins, and then you take the narcotic away, people go through withdrawal
symptoms and have terrible pain. It can be really disruptive to someone’s
entire system. There’s good evidence that for chronic pain,
for conditions like fibromyalgia, opioids in the long run make people’s pain worse. That really makes sense, because if you use
them on a regular chronic basis and suppress natural endorphins in the body, you need more,
and more, and more of these drugs to work. Of course, you can only take so much. When somebody becomes habituated to these
things, it’s a real problem. They not only have chronic pain, but then
they also have this habituation with the drug to deal with, and if they don’t get the
drug, they’re in really bad shape. It’s really widespread. We see it all across the country. And once people get going, once they are habituated,
they look for higher and higher doses, so they go to stronger and stronger drugs. There’s a higher and higher risk of overdose. These drugs can suppress respiration. When you start looking for solutions, you
have to ask the question, why do people want these drugs in the first place, especially
in such a high demand? It has to do with the fact that we have, in
addition to an opioid epidemic, we’ve got an inflammation epidemic in our country, and
worldwide for that matter. People are in inflamed. They hurt. The foods they’re eating, the way they go
about life, chronic stress, and all the daily things that come with modern living, cause
us to have more pain than average. We don’t like to hurt so we seek out solutions,
and the easiest solution is a narcotic. All it takes is one prescription for Percocet
to last a month, and somebody will be habituated for a lifetime. It’s really, really hard to get off these
drugs. It has become a monumental problem. When we come back around to addressing the
problem, the solution isn’t just taking drugs away from people and keeping doctors
from prescribing these drugs. The solution is recognizing that people are
in pain because of chronic inflammation. We have to change their diet; we have to address
stress and other factors that drive inflammation. Herbal therapy is really wonderful for that. And as far as looking for alternatives to
narcotics, CBD (cannabidiol from hemp) and possibly different forms of medical marijuana
are a much better solution because they’re much less addicting. In fact, CBD has no habituating tendencies
at all. It doesn’t cause respiratory depressions,
so you can’t die from it. It will not kill you. When we look towards solutions to this really
bad epidemic problem, we’ve got to do more than just talk to doctors about not prescribing
the drugs. We’ve got to, as a society, look at the
problem and say, “Yes, we have a bigger problem here that people are inflamed.” They’re in pain and we have to reduce the
inflammation and look for better solutions to the problem, rather than just the knee-jerk
response of writing prescriptions for narcotics.

How to Use PestXpert Home Barrier Insect Killer Concentrate

How to Use PestXpert Home Barrier Insect Killer Concentrate


PestXpert Home Barrier Insect Killer Concentrate
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and perimeter pests including ants, cutworms, sod webworms, roaches, spiders, flies, fire
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New Tool to Prevent Infections During Chemotherapy

New Tool to Prevent Infections During Chemotherapy


Hello, my name is Lisa Richardson,
and I’m an oncologist and medical officer at the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention. I’m pleased to speak with you today
as part of the CDC Expert Video Commentary Series on Medscape about an educational
Web site aimed at reducing infections in cancer patients—preventcancerinfections.org As clinicians, we know that neutropenia,
or low white blood cell counts, is the most serious hematologic toxicity cancer
patients face while receiving chemotherapy. Despite advances in oncology care,
infections from both community and healthcare settings remain a
major cause of hospitalization and death among this vulnerable population. Each year 60,000 cancer patients are
hospitalized for chemotherapy-induced neutropenia fever and infections, and one patient
dies every two hours from this complication. The impact an infection has on cancer patients
serves as a reminder of how important it is to counsel our patients about the things
they can do to protect themselves. Preventcancerinfections.org
is an excellent tool you can add to your existing
patient education materials. It encourages patients to take the right
steps toward preventing infections during chemotherapy by providing them
with information, action steps, and tools. A risk assessment for neutropenia
is the Web site’s main feature. After answering a few questions relating
to type of cancer, stage, and age and other factors a patient’s risk for developing neutropenia
is determined to be either high or low. The online tool then provides tailored information
that will help your patients recognize and respond to the signs and symptoms
of possible infections as well as how to be proactive to lower their
risk for developing infections. While this program is targeted
to patients and caregivers, it was also developed with clinicians in mind. Once a user enters this Web site, they
may continue as a patient, caregiver, or provider by entering the appropriate portal. The Web site’s language is then
tailored to the chosen audience. For example, the provider’s risk
assessment questionnaire asks about the patient’s Eastern Cooperative
Oncology Group performance status, whereas the patient and
caregiver’s risk assessment, asks about their activities during the day. If you provide care for cancer
patients receiving chemotherapy, I encourage you to visit this Web site. There are several ways to use this tool with your patients. You can complete the online questionnaire
with your patient and provide them with a printed copy of the questionnaire and
their results, as well as tailored messages. You also can email them this information. Another option is to print out a PDF
of the questionnaire, complete it on your patient’s behalf, give it to your patient and encourage them to visit
PreventCancerInfections.Org on their own. And finally, visit
CDC.Gov/Cancer/PreventInfections for additional resources to share with your
patients including posters and fact sheets. We at CDC hope that this tool will help us all
become better stewards for our patients by doing all we can to prevent
infections during chemotherapy. Thank you for your time.

Como Matar os Cupins Definitivamente Receita Caseira

Como Matar os Cupins Definitivamente Receita Caseira


no one wants to visit termites
is not true however these small and undesirable
insects appear when we least expect termites feed mainly on
wood but can feed on any other material containing
paper pulp live plants etc will have when not
find something to feed themselves can destroy other objects in search of
food is estimated to be generated by these insects
are about 5 billion dollars per year in the united states and canada
monetary value greater than the value of the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina in
new orleans for getting causes damaged property and even
house structure is very important know how to prevent and what to do when
to identify the presence of these small distributors see some
tips that help prevent appearance of termites
Common salt is actually sodium chloride a very useful substance for cleaning and
disinfect in addition is very useful in prevention of termite emergence
all you have to do is mix water and salt in equal parts and water
some cotton balls in this mixture put the soaked cotton on top of the
and in affected locations cotton is mainly composed of
cellulose which attracts termites the salt in turn takes care of
dehydrating termites and keeping Boric acid is boric acid.
a widely used chemical compound for to treat infections but can also be a
effective way to kill termites this ingredient is so efficient that
can be found in insecticides made to fight these intruders
he acts mainly by attacking the the termite nervous system causing its
dehydration mix in equal parts sugar and
and place in containers in visited by termites
do this for three or four weeks this mix also the beach and eliminates
ants and cockroaches although not toxic at low doses
boric acid can do harm in doses larger
therefore avoid ingestion and contact with the eyes
remember to also keep it away from children and animals essential oils in
last years more people are valuing the
benefits of using essential oils however the oils are more used to
skin care most are unaware that oils
essentials are also effective in termite elimination the best eyes
for this purpose are orange cinnamon clove and eucalyptus clove
the oil in a spray apply to objects and infested areas
vaseline another effective way to to get rid of termites is through the use of
gasoline to make it lina is not properly a homemade poison to
termite since it does not kill the insects but can be used as a
species of repellent and also as protection
it is recommended to rub Vaseline in the furniture and let go for a day or two
then just clean and polish everything with a cloth in addition to the tips in some
recommendations make sure your home has
infiltration of very humid environments and take a little sun avoiding leaving furniture
of wood near these places the wood is still one of the main targets of
termites vacant all dead plants one they attract termites
if these tips do not help control termite infestation
it is advisable to call for help professional
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