RadTech - BAS RT(R)(ARRT)
**I DON'T DO INTERVIEWS** Check the following for information on my profession, radiologic technology: https://www.asrt.org/content/abouttheprofession/_AboutTheProfession.aspx http://arrt.org/ http://www.jrcert.org/cert/Search.jsp https://www.arrt.org/education/educational-programs
Does that make sense? :) Like if we want to play against somebody in another state?2 AnswersNintendo Wii9 years ago
I bought a plastic sports water bottle and washed it before using it, and now I can't get the soap taste out of it.2 AnswersCleaning & Laundry1 decade ago
I have an old computer I haven't used in years. I would like to give it away, but I want everything removed from it before I do. How do you do this?5 AnswersDesktops1 decade ago
I'm somewhat technologically challenged. I'm thinking about upgrading to a phone with a calendar built in instead of carrying around one in my purse and having one on Yahoo. I want to be able to sync (is that the right word?) them.
What kind of phones do you suggest? I don't want to spend an outrageous amount, but I do want a good one. I currently have Sprint.2 AnswersPDAs & Handhelds1 decade ago
My M500 by Samsung says "memory is not enough" when I try to use the camera, but there are no pictures, videos, texts, or voicemails stored in it, and I only have 2 downloaded ringtones. This is a new problem - it used to work fine.
Can anyone tell me why or how to fix it?
Thanks~3 AnswersCell Phones & Plans1 decade ago
Is there an impartial website that truthfully breaks down how the candidates stand on the major issues?
Thanks~11 AnswersElections1 decade ago
I was denied Duodenal Switch bariatric surgery "due to the lack of evidence to support the long-term safety and efficacy of this procedure. In addition, the mortality and complication rates are higher than that of alternative Bariatric surgical procedures." I have been approved for Roux-en-Y gastric bypass.
Does anyone know how I can convince my insurance company that the Duodenal Switch is the right procedure for me?4 AnswersInsurance1 decade ago
Some people feel that employers should have the right to fire smokers, refuse to hire smokers, or charge smokers more for health insurance.
My question is this: should employers also have these rights in other circumstances, such as with people who are obese, diabetic, have irritable bowel syndrome, or any other conditions?
I'm writing a paper and would like other's opinions. Thanks :)11 AnswersLaw & Ethics1 decade ago