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Pavlov's dog.

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Ah! Home, home, home

Rutherford NJ
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It's like saying Beetlejuice three times...

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TBS you work in a University? My god no wonder why the kids are so worthless when they graduated public school. Both how and what acupuncture does to the body, (and it works for soft tissue injury), and what and how massage works on the body is very well documented. Dont you know how to do basic research? Or is that something that is not done in colleges anymore?

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I can wait

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Can't wait for "he who will not be named but lives in LV" take on this.

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I gonna preface this with saying that I don't subscribe to the cosmic life force hocus pocus.

I can see the Kegel like benefits of having to hold something in place with you lower abdominal muscles.

And, as a massage therapist, there are certain points on your body that affect other points on your body. There is no scientific backup for massage doing a lot of things it is purported to do. Yep. Agree. But for some things, for some people, it works.

It may be a placebo effect. It may be the power of suggestion. But I have seen a lot of (what I would call) strange reactions to massage.

Just my two cents...

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This is why we're fucked as a society.... I don't know if she thinks she's discovered Ben Wa Balls or if she actually believes this nonsense...

Gwyneth Paltrow, through her website "Goop", states that women should in fact all be putting stone eggs up their vaginas.

“The strictly guarded secret of Chinese royalty in antiquity - queens and concubines used them to stay in shape for emperors - jade eggs harness the power of energy work, crystal healing and a Kegel-like physical practice. Fans say regular use increases chi, orgasms, vaginal muscle tone, hormonal balance, and feminine energy in general.”

According to Goop, popping the jade egg into your vajayjay will help get rid of negative energy. The rose quartz egg, which is apparently a step-up from the jade one and ideal for those of us who “want to take [our] practice a step further.”

“Sadly most people use [their womb] as a psychic trash bin, storing old or negative energy, I see it as a place to celebrate ourselves as sexual, powerful beings, or as mothers, not a place to carry negative or un-dealt-with emotions.”

Some women allegedly sleep with their egg in, but for others the power from keeping it in that long is too strong.

The eggs can make you more attractive too: “I sometimes feel people are more attracted to you when you’re carrying a jade egg,”

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2for,

Your friend should have asked what the self pay price is. My high deductible plan has no scrip coverage until out of pocket maximums are reached. My doc put me on atorvastatin (Lipitor) last year. Thirty day supply $87.50. When I mentioned what a bummer it was that it wasn't covered by my insurance, the pharmacist said "Oh, hang on a sec" and took it back. He printed a self pay receipt and label and handed it back to me: $12.75.

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Be careful! My husband paid the cash price for treatments. The only problem was that we couldn't use that money towards our deductible then.

So we "saved" $400 for each treatment. He ended up needing 4 treatments. He paid $800 for each treatment. They were unsuccessful, and so he needed surgery. We lost $3,200 that we could have used towards our deductible. Of course in thst 12 month period we had bad luck and had to pay $50,000 out of pocket.

I guess that we could have been lucky and truly saved that money.

If you are only talking about $12.50, I wouldn't think twice but when the amount is larger keep in mind that it could cost you in the end.

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