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Answered: Polar bear come in peace

These are polar bears, but what is your question about them?

Answered: Choline Fenofibrate is there a generic brand for Trlipix

I didn't find a generic equivalent for choline fenofibrate (Trilipix, also Fibricor). You could phone your pharmacist. There is a generic fenofibrate, which is similar. You could ask your doctor about the differences. There might be different drug interactions, different side effects, or ...

Answered: Polar plunge

You're welcome. There is no shame in not being stupid and just watching from the sidelines. Pick a spot to watch from by the ambulance, and maybe you will get a chance to overhear the attendants reminesce about other polar plunge disasters. Here is a quote from an article: Tim MacGuire, 25, of ...

Answered: Polar bears

Hi Tammy, --------- It is difficult to estimate a global population of polar bears as much of the range has been poorly studied, however biologists use a working estimate of about 20,000-25,000 polar bears worldwide. --------- Best regards,

Answered: Polar express light up shirt -- one was sold on ebay recently and i lost

I got my son one on clearance at WalMart for $3 last year. I tried to get my older son one this year on ebay and was outbid at $16.50. I would love to know where to get one as well!

Answered: Bi-polar mania

You must take your husband to a psychiatrist or out-patient psychiatric clinic immediateky. There are medicatiions to control this illness but they may take some time to take effect. That is why you should do it ASAP.
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Bi-polar meds

I find it fitting that you made a typo in your question, saying Tears instead of Years. There can be a lot of tears during this time. You have probably learned that it can take a doctor a decade or more to find just the right meds, or even diagnosis, for a loved one. When they cycle up (or down) it ...

A garment stained with a substance that is made of non-polar molecules

Remember "like dissolves like" so you must provide a detergent which will attach the molecule and emulsify it so that it can be removed. Most detergents today provide the organic molecules that will emulsify the non-polar materials such as grease and oil and allow them to be lifted from the surface ...

What is the origin of the term "polar vortex"?

The exact origin of the term is not known, but the first known description of the polar vortex was in "Air Maps", Littell's Living Ave No. 495, 12 November 1853, p.430. (According to Wikipedia)