The One-Click System in Action .
.I know I had you do the Financial Inventory First and we’re going to move into that area fast enough but I just wanted to give an example of how the One-Click System would be able to help a health related issue if it arose. I put the Health Category first since this will be the most important category for most people with the financial coming in a very close second.
You would refer to your Health Category if let’s say you need to find out about food-poisoning, the symptoms, and what you can do if you or someone you know is suffering from these symptoms.
Each Link-Bank will be customized by you and at the end of this 5-Part Tutorial, you can click on the One-Click System Personal Start-Up Guide with Printable Forms to make it easier to achieve success with this system.
- Food Poisoning
Listing of all different types of Food-Poisoning and What You Can Do to Avoid it or What to Do if you’re suffering from it.
- Health Finder
An encyclopedia of over 1,600 health topics from the most trusted sources.
- Link Bank for Clinical Trials
ClinicalTrials.gov is a registry and results database of federally and privately supported clinical trials conducted in theUnited Statesand around the world. ClinicalTrials.gov gives you information about a trial’s purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details. This information should be used in conjunction with advice from health care professionals.
- Dietary Supplements – What You Need to Know
The majority of adults in theUnited Statestake one or more dietary supplements either every day or occasionally. Today’s dietary supplements include vitamins, minerals, herbals and botanicals, amino acids, enzymes, and many other products. Dietary supplements come in a variety of forms: traditional tablets, capsules, and powders, as well as drinks and energy bars. Popular supplements include vitamins D and E; minerals like calcium and iron; herbs such as echinacea and garlic; and specialty products like glucosamine, probiotics, and fish oils
- FDA Public Affairs Specialists
Field Public Affairs Specialists (PASs) are key links between the Agency and our constituents throughout theUnited States andPuerto Rico. They serve as FDA’s community-based educators. The PASs respond to consumer, health professional, academia, health educator, media, industry, and Federal, State, and local official requests related to FDA’s authority, outreach activities, and the products that FDA regulates.
- FDA Regional Contacts –
To find the Public Affairs Specialist nearest you, click on your geographic location below. Industry Inquiries can be directed to the Small Business Representative (SBR) in your area. To find the SBR nearest you, Click the Link above and scroll to your region. You will find the Representative link in the Region that covers your area.
- How to Spot Health Fraud –
How can you avoid being scammed by a worthless product? Though health fraud marketers have become more sophisticated about selling their products, Aronson says, these charlatans often use the same old phrases and gimmicks to gain consumers’ attention–and trust. You can protect yourself by learning some of their techniques.
Take a look at the 3-products listed at www.fda.gov and see these products’ promotions. They are rife with the kind of red flags to look out for when deciding whether to try a health product unknown to you.
This information is credited to Paula Kurtzweil is a member of FDA’s public affairs staff.
This is an Example of How the Creation of Your One-Click System will Start Taking shape.
Next Up – Files for You to Download and Print for the Health Link-Bank