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A 22-year-old male asked:

in my native language we use the "rolling r" but i simply can't pronounce it. this makes communication very difficult. any advice would be great.

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Dr. Scott Bobbitt
Dentistry 32 years experience
Speech Therapist: Seek the counsel of a qualified speech therapist. Impossible to know "your" native language or the intricacies of the pronunciations on the internet.

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I want to treat my family for tapeworms etc. What medicine should I look for at the local pharmacy that would be used for this?

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None: There is no good over-the-counter medication for tapeworm. Please see your physician for the appropriate prescriptions, based on diagnosis, patient size, and patient age.
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How can I get healthy greens in winter? I avoid foreign and try to buy organic local.

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Frozen: Get organic frozen veggies. Or buy locally when in season and freeze your own.
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If I need travel shots, can I go to local board of health?

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Yes: Most local health departments will provide vaccinations for travel for a small fee.
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How to find the websites for all the local places with free or low-cost shots?

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Health department: Start with the local health department. Also, many areas have clinics where the cost of care reflects the financial status of the patient.
A 36-year-old member asked:

Live in midwest. Try to eat local. Plenty in summer but obviously few foods in winter. Other than canning what can I do?

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Frozen: Locally grown foods may be frozen for later consumption.

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