Can anyone answer the question on why we make less HCL as we age?I gues it's better to goole, there is too much info on it.
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My daughter recently moved from the US to Germany and had the same problem. The Pharmacist in Germany couldn't legally fill her US prescription and she had to get a local MD to issue one. The German Dr. did so with no problems but the prescription had to be local to be acceptable.YeaH a lot of drugs which are legal in US forbiden in Europe, or you need special prescription
I ride, Miami Key Biscayne. Safest place to ride in miami! the drivers will kill you...!! lolAgree with you Miami drivers are crazy, so you should choose wrigt places.
but there is nice scenery and trails near crandon
I'm about to get a Mongoose XR-comp bike for my "urban" cruising. I'm hoping to get it next month when I get paid. The suspension is mostly not needed for urban terrain but I love the padding...
In Florida the bicycle is legally defined as a vehicle. Bicyclists have the same rights to the roadways, and must obey the same traffic laws as the operators of other vehicles. These laws include stopping for stop signs and red lights, riding with the flow of traffic, using lights at night, and yielding the right-of-way when entering a roadway.
We are planning to ride end-to-end in the UK next summer. Has anyone rented quality touing bikes and panniers over there? We want to do some additional, non-cycle travel and don't want to have to store bikes while we do. Not to mention the cost of flying a bike from Denver to the UK.what city are u going to?