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“We would put as much saline as we could until basically the patient would say, ‘I can’t stand it anymore,'” said Dr. Daniel Jacobs, a Kaiser Permanente plastic surgeon in San Jose, California.
The figures released Wednesday by the Obama administration represent steady sign-ups but no enrollment surge so far.
“Food advocates are already nostalgic for the Obama era and will be playing defense for the next four years,” says Sam Kass, a former White House senior adviser on nutrition and personal chef for the Obamas.
A look at some of those policies, and what may happen to them in a Trump administration:
“This is a very strong message to the soda industry, and this will lead to the introduction of new proposals all across the country,” said Dr. John Maa, secretary of the San Francisco Medical Society.
“You can’t drop a guy with a walker or a wheelchair on that location at Potomac and have him walk 800 feet into the hospital,” said longtime patient advocate and Korean War veteran Bernie Rogoff.
Health officials say anyone who ate or drank strawberries at the restaurants should receive hepatitis A vaccinations
“Some guys get a mistress when they hit 40; I started hunting,” said a laughing Pelletier, 57, of Westport, who uses a specialized wheelchair with what he describes as mountain bike tires that give him better maneuverability in the wild. “These hunts really afford me the opportunity to get back in the woods like I did before.”