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Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!

For everyone celebrating Christmas … Merry Christmas!

Thank you to everyone for your support and help this year.

Wishing you and your family all the very best for 2010!

Steve and Kellie


Eat well this Christmas

I copped a bit of flak (especially from my sister :) ) after posting the weight reduction surgery video last week. Just to be clear, I didn’t mean to recommend or endorse surgery, I just found the video interesting.

To balance things out, here are two great links on how to eat wisely these holidays:

Santa!

I found this lovely “NORAD Tracks Santa” video which is suitable for both kids and adults :)

Videos like that always helps to put me in the mood for Christmas!

Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays from Kellie and Steve!

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6 Responses to “Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas!”

  1. Ray says:

    Merry Christmas!

  2. KellieMyHS says:

    Merry Christmas Ray and to everyone! My children are eagerly awaiting Santas arrival tonight. :)

    Enjoy this fun time of year!

  3. Adrian says:

    “Happy 2010 to both of you ! ”

    Thank you for your work , my doctor
    was really impressed to see me comming with my blood pressure report for the year checkup…like that he could have a better understanding of my heart condition on a given period of time.

    All the best to you and above all : health !

    Adrian

  4. Peter Eves says:

    Dear Kellie and Steve,
    I am seriously thinking about buying your excellent INR program but have a few issues with the design and was hoping you can answer my concerns.
    1. The Y axis for the INR is 1 to 6 but my range is 2.5 to 3.5 is there any way you can add the 0.5 into the y-axis.
    2. The guidelines are fixed and would like to show my upper and lower range with a red line, although I do accept that the graph does show this in red.

    Kind regards

    Peter Eves

    • Steve says:

      Hi Peter,

      Thank you for considering My INR!

      > The Y axis for the INR is 1 to 6 but my range is 2.5 to 3.5 is there
      > any way you can add the 0.5 into the y-axis.

      No, the y-axis will automatically scale itself so that there will be a margin of space above the highest and below the lowest reading. There is no way to manually change the y-axis scaling. I do agree that when the range of readings is small, 0.5 levels should be displayed on the chart. I have made a note of this for a future version. I just setup a user with range 2.5 to 3.5, and highest reading of 3.5. The y-axis levels were 1, 2 and 3. What was the highest reading on your chart?

      > 2. The guidelines are fixed and would like to show my upper and lower
      > range with a red line, although I do accept that the graph does show this in red.

      Unfortunately there is no way to do this in the current version, but again I agree that this would be useful and I have made a note of this for a future version. I am not sure when that future version will be ready, but it would be at least 3-6 months away.

      Hope this helps!
      Steve
      (Also sent by email)

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