USPPG and its benefits

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Getting sick nowadays means more than just a physical pain. It involves our well-being and our pockets as well. I've had a couple of appointments with my doctor last month, asthma attacks you know. The medications were kinda expensive especially the Seretide diskus, it's an anti-asthma puff. Good thing my doctor gave a discount card, so was able to avail it in a lower price. By the way, have you heard of U.S Physician's Purchasing Group or USPPG? It is a medical buying group serving medical practices and private physicians all over the U.S today. A very nice service worth to be considered by medical practitioners worldwide actually. By becoming a member, a physician will be able to purchase vaccines for pediatric and adults, medical/surgical supplies, and everything which their practice needs. All in much lower costs and even get to receive rebates from the manufacturers. And, they protect its members against any future price increase, making them stable and reliable. USPPG also allow its members to have a complete access to competitive pricing, resulting in no overhead expenses and unwanted charges.

Would it be nice if we apply such kind of service in our locality as well. It'll be a huge help for medical practitioners and patients the more. If you want to know more about USPPG and what they have to offer, feel free to visit their site now. Oh, and they offer free membership so this is the perfect time to avail their truly amazing service.


Saturday, June 20, 2009

Happiness spells... I.c.E c.R.e.A.m.Y

Happy Saturday from the "Asia's Latin City!"
Free Smileys

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Monday, June 15, 2009

KETAL? How's the firefly nowadays? I guess the firefly wants to stay outdoors lately that's why you haven't seen her spark here in her blog, lolz! I feel sad not being able to update this bloggy, I don't even to want to login and see what's happening. Wazzup with me? I have no idea! All I know is that there are so many stuff I need to work on here: return your peeks, drop ec, update your links, write sensible/nonsense entries, and all other things a blogger ought to do. Hayyyy umalin! Free Smileys

Anniniput's present thoughts are as follows: (please, bear with me.. hehe!)

~so sick with the A H1N1 reports, don't you think the media is just over acting?
~forever starving, haha! the thoughts of grilled squid is killing me.. hmmmfff!
~pissed with BRO's internet connection... making me unproductive! :D
~what happened to the HK-KH scandal? too scripted isn't it?
~would buy that "Prison Break" complete dvd series, haha! mizzU Wentworth Miller!!!
~paycheck time, yehey!
~winks! see you on Sunday, "old familiar faces!"

See you around bloggers. Would make up to you s00n. Free Smileys

the b0xFish

Monday, June 1, 2009

To produce a car that is sturdier, energy-efficient, and environmentally friendly, designers looked to unlikely place for inspiration-under the sea! The boxfish, provides an excellent model for a vehicle with lightweight construction and astounding aerodynamics.

Consider: The boxfish can swim fast, covering a distance of up to six times its body length each second. But this speed is more than a feat of strength. Contrary to expectations, the cubelike shape of the fish actually enhances its qualities. In fact, engineers who constructed a model of the boxfish and tested it in a wind tunnel found this design to slip through the air far more efficiently than compact cars do. The boxfish has a bony outer skin that gives it maximum strength with minimal weight. Tiny vorticles form in the water surrounding the fish, stabilizing the creature when it encounters turbulence. It has outstanding manueverability and protection from injury.

Engineers believe that the boxfish provides the secret to producing a safer, more fuel-efficient, yet lightweight vehicle. A world-class expert in research and develop humbly exclaimed, "we were surprised when this clumsy-looking fish, of all things, became our model for designing an aerodynamic and fuel-efficient car."

source: Awake!