well I have a similar experience I was prescribed pain killers for a long time and I became addicted they call it Hill Billy Heroine I no longer need the pills for pain....My 8 year marriage to the meds is over and it has been tough real tough but in 4 days I will be off pain meds for 5 months.
An odorless, radioactive gas that's produced by the natural decay of uranium, radon is more common than you might think. After smoking, it's the leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, according to the Environmental Protection Agency, which has found that nearly 1 in 3 homes checked in seven states had radon levels over 4 pCi/L, the EPA's recommended action level for radon exposure. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that comes from rock and soil; well water can also be a source of radon, as it's water soluble. The only way to find out if there's radon in your home is to test for it. Call the National Safety Council's National Radon Hotline at (800) 767-7236 and they'll send you a low-cost radon detector; inexpensive models are also available at most hardware stores. Safer substitute: There's no safe substitute for radon; you don't want it in your home. Getting rid of it once you detect it is a job for professional radon mitigators.
I was just watching on ESPN Classic GA VS KY and Georgia ran the option on the 1st play I saw and it went -1 yards 2 plays later the QB scored a 50 yard td....I was like hey that looks familiar. Tim Couch was the KY QB and the OL line guy from GA was drafted by the Panthers in the 2nd round in 1999.