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I am catching the genealogy bug again. FTM used to cost a couple hundred dollars. I think this time it cost me only $40 – plus I got a couple of free weeks at Ancestry.com. I’ve really missed it. I remember back when I was doing everything on paper – now with FTM and Ancestry.com I can locate a census, download it to my computer and link it to all the family members found in the census. ‘Pretty amazing. It used to cost me $3.50 and three weeks time to order one film. I’m loving technology right about now. 🙂
Frank Clayton LPC
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Let me start by saying a person should never, never, never go off their medications without talking to their prescriber. It is dangerous and potentially lethal.
According to the Behavioral Risk-Factor Surveillance System, Utah is currently the happiest state in the union. It is also one of the saddest. Utah sits right in the middle of the “suicide belt,” which stretches along the Rocky Mountains from Wyoming and Idaho, through Utah and Nevada and down to Arizona and New Mexico. As of 2008, the mortality rates gathered from the U.S. census indicated that Utah ranked ninth in the nation for suicides. In September 2010, the Utah Department of Health declared that Utah was the fourth greatest consumer of antidepressants in the nation with 12.71 percent of residents being prescribed antidepressants.
The problem is that these medications do not work on most of the consumers to whom they are prescribed. Continue reading Antidepressants don’t appear to work for most Utahns