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we begin with developing news out of hawaii, 12 people are missing after two u.s. military helicopters collided during a nighttime training mission, each aircraft had six people aboard. it scattered debris off the island of oahu, there is no word if survivors have been found, an active search and rescue mission is underway, both were from hawaii's marine corps base, we'll follow the latest on air and online at 6abc.com. sara bloomquist is off and we are following developing news out of delaware, firefighters had to rescue a woman after a vehicle crashes straight into her house and into her kitchen. "action news" reporter, gray hall is live at the house with more. >> reporter: rick, what a frightening way to start a morning, a car slamming right into your kitchen as you
mentioned. it's exactly what happened to the homeowner behind me at this home, the homeowner along with the driver of that car, both are recovering at the hospital. >> dramatic video in wilmington, delaware after a car slam nood a home, paramedics pulled the trapped elderly victim out of their house and neighbors are still in disbelief. >> i heard the helicopters, two helicopters i thought a crime was going on somewhere, it wasn't a crime but an accident. >> police are not sure how the driver lost control but she damaged this garage first and then drove right into this home. >> i understand she climbed over the car and made it over here and collapsed. the woman inside of the house was having breakfast when her morning was shockingly interrupted. >> she was having breakfast, i
don't know how she made it out. she had a guardian angel. >> surveillance cameras captured the scene at 4:00 a.m. >> more serious injuries for the resident and minor injuries for the driver, both were transported to christiana hospital for treatment. and the investigation is on going. >> i pray they are okay but this is scary. >> back out live, i can tell you that this homeowner did live alone at this point and we are waiting to hear back from police on why the driver may have lost control and waiting an update on the victims' conditions. gray hall, channel 6 "action news" back to you. >> thank you. fire investigators are looking for the cause of a destructive blaze in burlington, new jersey, and three people had to be taken to the hospital. katherine scott is is there all morning long and joins us live there with the latest. katherine --
>> reporter: officials here is a three people were injured in it fire and two of them are children, all of the injuries are minor, 20 people were displaced and the red cross is offering them assistance, three homes have structural damage and they have to see if the homes can be saved. >> a raging fire in burlington city, chopper 6 hd was overhead as big flames tore through four homes this morning on the 300 block of st. mary's street. firefighters shot water into the burning buildings, the fire broke out at 5:30 a.m. >> screaming voices and then sirens, and my neighbor at this corner house came to the door and we saw tons and tons of fire. >> police arrived on scene first and knocked on doors to help residents evacuate, and the fire department got there soon after, one home was fully engulfed with
flames, they were getting big out of the top, we have a mutual agreement when we have a fire this large we put that into effect. >> viewer, penny smith recorded the flames as they grew. and they were worried that the flames would spread even more. >> i'm still out here and my wife is disabled, i want to get her out if i have to. >> row homes when one catches fire there is potential to spread both ways. >> reporter: back here live, crews remain on the scene and they are putting out hot spots and assessing the damage and captain james lawrence was on the other side of the street, and they were suppose to have a half day and they canceled school all together and the cause of this fire remains under investigation this noon. katherine scott, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. another blaze damaged a townhouse under construction
here in marple township, it broke out on raven cliff droif, firefighters evacuated several neighboring homes as a precaution and they are concerned about large propane heating tanks on the properties. no injuries were reported. philadelphia police are trying to track down a hit and run driver this noon, it happened at 3:00 a.m. in hunting park. a man was struck by a vehicle that took off. police found him badly wounded at 5 and street and hunting avenue, police are checking surveillance cameras for any possible video of the crash, "action news" reporter, trish hartman spoke to a person that knew the victim and called 911. vice president, joe biden, is coming to philadelphia later today, he kicks off his new initiative to fight cancer, the battle is a personal won after he lost his 46-year-old son beau to the disease last spring.
biden's ultimate mission is to increase funding and bring groups together to share information, he will meet with researchers behind a ground breaking leukemia treatment at the university of pennsylvania. turning to the forecast on your friday afternoon, it's a mild way to end the work week, lets look live from sky 6 hd showing you the view from our temple university cam, it's a cloudy afternoon with rain coming our way later tonight and right now mild conditions for your friday, meteorologist, karen rogers is outside on the terrace with more. >> happy friday, and i'm loving being outside, it's nice and mild, and a few peeks of sunshine and bright enough to get out and enjoy it. a lot is changing in the radar, looking at satellite 6 along with action radar we have morning sunshine and now the clouds are taking over but they are thin enough it's bright enough to get out and enjoy. but a wider look here we can see the rain forming an area of low pressure racing up from the
south and west and coming into our direction for later on tonight. lets take a look at the numbers here. it's a comfortable 50 degrees in philadelphia, mild for this time of year, 40 in allentown and reading 41 degrees, mt. pocono 47 and 50 in millville and 52 in dover, delaware feeling good in dover. as we look at the 24 hour temperature change it's milder in philadelphia than this point yesterday, 23 degrees milder in mt. pocono, a big jump in 24 hours, today we have quite a change for you, lets track the timing for the rain for your evening commute, 4:00 p.m. nice and dry and cloudy and 51 degrees, by 5:30 we dip to 49, still mild and 27 p.m. 40 degrees and we'll start to see the showers built in from the south and west and they hit the city closer to 9:00, how long does the rain last, new model
runs to talk about your weekend call coming up in the seven-day forecast, in just a couple of minutes rick. >> thank you. now to the news that has eagles fans talking today, "action news" has confirmed that the birds will in fact hire doug peterson as their new head coach, he is the offensive coordinator for the kansas city chiefs but spent four seasons as the assistant under andy reid, and the eagles cannot make the official announcement until the chiefs are out of the playoffs, they face the patriots on sunday and they have in fact selected doug peterson as their head coach. today republican frontrunner, donald trump is continuing to attack rival, ted cruz on the stage last night. they were making their positions clear and there was a lot of clashes, they sparred over the
birth debate. they got into it over christie's record in new jersey and they all took shots at hillary clinton. >> hillary clinton would be a national security disaster. >> hillary clinton cannot be president. >> if we elect hillary clinton the last four will be worse than the last eight. >> the next debate is just two weeks away giving the candidates one day to take the stage ahead of the ohio caucuses. a philadelphia high school is celebrating success the first graduating class of seniors is accepted to a four year college, the catholic college prep schools serves highly motivated students and when it was read, the students and faculty erupted into cheers, some got into college and some also received scholarships and john is accepted to penn state and xavier but is holding out hope
for georgetown. >> was thinking about a neighborhood school like northeast, but i feel like this school is the right place for me, they helped me with everything i have done so far. >> ortiz is setting the bar high planning a double major in international business and aerospace engineering. and now they are into college, advisers are turning their focus to financial aid. and still to come at noon, the latest on the winners, the latest on the husband and wife that say they have one of the winning tickets. customers in philadelphia are affected that story and more when "action news" comes right back. i drive a golf ball.
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may be a prank. >> i think it's somewhat detestable. the tennessee couple says they will be talking to lottery officials later today. and that their lawyer advised them to go on tv first to control the story, no one has come forward yet with the two winning tickets, they were sold in chino hills, california and melbourne beach, florida. and now details on a hack reported last month, for the first time the chain exposed which properties were affects including the hyatt, totalling 250 properties around the world season malicious software may have exposed debit and credit card numbers at front desk and spas and parking facilities. new jersey's largest university is the latest to ban
hover boards, rutgers university sites the toys catching fire they cannot be used or stored at any rutgers properties. two astronauts including britain's first space walker are in the middle of an hours long mission to repair the international space station, they need to replace an electronic box that failed two months ago, they say it did not dit rupt the work being done. they want it fixed in case something else fails, they need to do it in darkness so as not to get shocked from the solar power system. one grateful man is trying to track down a police officer that saved the date. 58-year-old james roberts says a member of the nypd gave him a
ride to a job interests view. he went to the wrong location and broke down into tears when he realized it was a mistake. >> i don't care i need this job i'll walk there, he said what time do you need to be there, i said 1:00, he said you'll never make it get in the car and i said god bless you, i owe you lunch. >> now roberts is trying to find that helpful policeman. why chipotle is shutting down all of their restaurants on the same day next month. more when "action news" comes back, don't go away. you may know it only covers about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company.
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developing news right now, the stock market is slumping again after the price of crude oil dropped below $30 a barrel. the nasdaq lost 138 points. a discourage can retail report for the critical month of december is also pulling the markets down, that sales were slightly down last month and spending was down at clothing stores and electronic outlets, americans taper off their shopping at the end of the season and lower gas prices cut into profits. >> chipotle is taking on steps, they will shut down next month for a company meeting, they will close down on february 28th
launch a marketing campaign to win back customer trust. the company was linked to food poisoning and that brought down sales last month. turning to health check this noon, the government says that fewer travelers are getting sick on cruise ships, it spikes when a new strain of the norovirus emerged but now companies are doing more to disinfect ships and prevent illness, it has fallen 7% per 100,000 passengers. the "action news" team is working on news story beginning at 4:00. a judge is determining why the hotel and casino will be able to stay open and a crisis that left an entire town without clean water to drink, the latest on why it happens and what the goexts is doing about it.
they cut a little blue ribbon on a bran new exhibit called little blue beach, it transports you to australia where you can get up close and personal with a colony of little blue penguins, the smallest penguins in the world actually. children were invited to today's opening. both educational and interactive. the aquarium hopes it will show people why they are so beloved. >> how cute, i want to check it
out. >> karen has a check of the weekend forecast for us. >> that is right, kind of mild and nice to get out there and enjoy it. lets look at stormtracker 6 live double scan we are tracking rain but not just yet, we are looking good and dry conditions, lets head outside, why not do a little skiing it feels just right, temperatures mild today, you don't have to bundle up too much, we are live in spring mountain on sky 6 hd, the skiers are coming down and they haven't got a lot of chances to do that but they are enjoying it right now as we look live at sky 6 hd at spring mountain. the dew point 32 and the winds from the south soung west light at 3 and the pressure is falling, satellite 6 along with action radar showing that we have the clear skies and we see how it has clouded up and the showers are building well out to the west, we take a wider look and here is an area of low pressure moving at this point,
it's pulling off the coast and we won't get all of this rain, lets time it out for you, on future tracker 6 at 9:30 tonight, a good part of the region getting a soaking here and we advance this to 2:30 in the morning, pockets of heavier rain in the yellow and orange and wet snowflakes mixing in with the rain in the upper elevations of the poconos and overall we stay mild in the overnight hours, we are not anticipating a freezeup on the roads, and heavy rain in the overnight, and pulling out of here in the morning, i think many areas are dry at 8:00 in the morning, we see just a couple of sprinkles, north and west as the area of low pressure pulls out of there, it's not a big impact but mostly late tonight and in the overnight hours you get wet. you look at the highs around the region, 54 degrees, for the high in philadelphia, even the lehigh valley, would be in the mid-40s,
52 in trenton and 54 for a high in millville and 55 in dover, feeling good with the increasing clouds, here is how the temperatures go, 3:00 and clouds and 54 and dry at 5:00 and 50, and a shower building in in the southwest and more so at 9:00, much of us are wet pulling in from the south and west of the city, by 9:00 tonight, the overnight low is 41 degrees, we see 50 degrees on saturday and then another shot of colder air comes in for monday and a lot changing in the accuweather forecast. today we have increasing clouds and a mild high of 54 and tomorrow clouds and some sunshine and the rain ends early in the morning, 50 degrees for your high and staying nice, sun partly sunny and 40 degree temperatures, monon the martin luther king day of service it feels blustery and cold and 29 for the high and the overnight low is in the teens and maybe a flurry passing through and
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sara bloomquist and meteorologist. david murphy. >> sara is off and we are following stories today at 12:30. a man is in critical condition after being hit in the middle of a hunting park intersection and now police are looking for a suspect. call for change at philadelphia schools days of a maintenance worker was hurt in a boiler explosion. and we learn about someone that may be holding one of the lucky tickets in the record breaking jackpot. police are trying to track down the driver who hit a 35-year-old man in the hunting park section, police were called to the scene at 5th street at 3:00 a.m. and now the victim is in critical condition and trish hartman is live at the scene in hunting park with more on the investigation. >> reporter: well, ricky spoke with philadelphia police a few minutes ago and the 45-year-old victim is in critical condition at this hour, and in the meantime, police are reviewing
surveillance video at 5th and hunting park to see if something helpful was reported and the man that found the victim and called 911. george camacho was run ougt for rig sets and found the man. >> i wanted to make sure he was breathing. >> he stayed with the victim who was unconscious. >> i waited for the police. >> the call came in as a gunshot wound but when the officers responded, the injuries showed he had instead been hit by a vehicle, he was rushed to university hospital with broken bones and injuries to the head and the police collected car parts from the road and will be checked to see if they are
related to the crash. and people came to visit businesses in the area many who have surveillance cameras, they will go through the video hoping for a lead. >> no witnesses have come forward, if you have information about this hit and run, philadelphia detectives would like to hear from you. >> trish thank you. from our delaware newsroom, a dramatic scene in newark, a woman had to be pulled out of her home after a driver barrelled into her kitchen. it happened on the unit block of colfax court. the woman was having breakfast when the driver drove into her kitchen. >> she was in her kitchen, i don't know how the heck she made it out of there. she definitely had a guardian angel. >> at this point is the conditions are unclear. in dover police want your
help finding these three men who held up a wawa it happened lake-effect last night on dew point highway, one pointed a gun at the clerk and two others took cash from the register, it's unclear how much cash was taken and anyone with information is asked to call dover police. from our new jersey newsroom, crews are on the scene of this massive fire in burlington city, new jersey, the flames broke out at 5:30 this morning on the 300 block of mary street. fire tore through four different homes and police beat firefighters from the scene and helped to evacuate people from inside. three people were taken to the hop and the cause is still under investigation. school workers are demanding changes after this maintenanceance worker was taken to the hospital with critical injuries after an explosion in the boiler. the deal with dangerous safety violations and a language of
staffing every day. >> we have given our skills, we have given our suggestion. we have given contributions out of our pocket for the good of the school district but you can't ask us to give our lives. >> we don't even know the safety issues, we want to have our schools to be as safe as possible. and we want our employees to be safe. >> the boiler exploded on wednesday at franklin edmond school. they have an independent engineer coming in to investigate. and now a break from the cold on your friday just in time for the weekend, looking live at sky 6 hd showing you philadelphia international airport not a bad day to fly in or out of the city, the area is enjoying a mild friday and a touch of rain in store for tonight and over the weekend, karen rogers has nor from
accuweather. not a complete washout? >> no, not at all, most of it occurs overnight. we start with stormtracker 6 live double scan our local view nothing happening and no reason not to go outside and enjoy this mild afternoon, stormtracker 6 live double scan we have on our wider view and you can see the rain heading in our direction, it's significant, the area of low pressure is moving up from the south and west and headed our way later tonight and in the overnight hours ending tomorrow morning, lets show you what it looks like on the satellite image, we were clear and had early morning sunshine and the clouds moved in and the rain is next. here are the temperatures, here is a reason to get out side, 45 in quakertown and 46 in coatesville and feeling right in kennetts square and 48 degrees rights now in center city. and in the suburbs in new jersey in the upper 40s and 51 in
hammonton and 57 in woodbine and 51 in avalon and 54 degrees already in dover, delaware, here is what to expect for your evening commute, mainly cloudy skies and it stays dry and 4:00 p.m. 51 degrees, and 5:30 we drop to 49 and 7:00 p.m. 49 and we start to see showers build out of the southwest and they hit us later on tonight and i'll time that out with future tracker 6 coming up in just a minute. >> thank you. as a reminder you can fine the seven-day forecast and get a live look at stormtracker 6 live double scan radar by going to 6abc.com/weather. the country is waiting with bated breath for anyone to come forward and claim their portion of the $1.6 billion jackpot, now a look at who the lucky winners might be including one whose
story looks like it is taken straight from a movie. >> reporter: lottery officials say no one claimed the prize yet but a family from tennessee says they plan to do that later today while the mystery in california now has a twist. today power ball perplexity. a nurse at this california nursing home thinking she was one of the three jackpot winners. >> someone won the lotto now reportedly learning it was a prank, instigated by the nurse's own son, telling the l.a. times this is one of -- they bought 18,000 tickets for the staff and nursing home and believes the nurse may be the real winner but doesn't want to come forward. >> if this was a prank done by
her son, as they claim i think it's somewhat detestable. meanwhile the family claiming to hold the winning ticket in tennessee appeared on the "today" show saying they will still figure out how to spend their fortune. >> sally may paid off. >> student loans good-bye. other than that we have been had time to really -- you know -- i plan on working for a little while. >> and in melbourne beach, florida they believe that the winner may be held up at their home, where they work and may have bought the life changing ticket. >> yes, they sure do. we should know soon enough, the winners have a year to claim their prize and they cannot remain anonymous. live in new york, marcy gonzales, channel 6 "action news." >> thank you. >> back here students in elkins
park are holding a day of remembran remembrance for dr. martin luther king, they learned about and recognized dr. king's life and contribution as head of mon's national holiday. also students at stratford friends zool spent the day making hundreds of bagged lunches for the holeless their mission is to donate hundreds of meals for the life center, a tradition for the school for the past 20 years. there is much more to come on "action news" at 12:30, a boost for presidential candidate, jeb bush, the presidential hopeful now backing his campaign. >> and a crown converse why in washington state, what a beauty queen did not tell officials about her past that has her handing back her crown.
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we want to take a live look at the new york stock exchange big board where the stock market is having a rough end to the trading week and the dow is down 528 points, a whopping 529 points now and stocks are down across the board at this hour, this comes as the price of oil continues to slip and we'll bring you it's final numbers after the closing bell today on "action news" at 4:00 but another down day on wall street. turning to politics now, former candidate, lindsay graham, has thrown his support behind jeb bush, it came after last night's debate. he said that bush did not speak the most but made the most sense. meanwhile those left are heading out on the campaign trail and the debate is still a topic of
discussion. >> reporter: donald trump back on the trail today claiming victory in the gop debate. trump hammered the canadian born ted cruz saying he may not legally be able to serve as president. >> there is a big question mark on your head and you can't do that to the party. >> my friend donald trump said he had his lawyers look at this every which way, the constitution has not changed. >> but the poll numbers have. >> cruz blocking trump blow on that point, but when trump criticized his new york values trump fired back. >> everybody understands that the values in new york city are socially liberal. >> when the world trade center came down, i saw something that no place on earth could have handled more beautifully more humanely than north.
>> trump clearly came out on top, his response to the new york values attack on cruz was so affective that cruz was actually applauding him and others were forced to cut in for some time. >> i hate to interrupt this episode of court tv -- >> and trump took pleasure attacking jeb bush, and he is back at it today slamming bush and senator lindsay graham who has just endorsed bush. a beauty queen in washington state was forced to give up her crown after he failed to tell pageant officials about her dui convince, stormy kevleer won the crown and an anonymous tip came up last april, she was pulled over with a blood alcohol level three times the legal limit, she had a misdemeanor on her record
something she did not disclosed. >> and it said on the paperwork, have you been convicted of a felony and when i contacted my attorney, he said it was a misdemeanor, it's hard when you have a dream come crashing down and i am still hopeful i can change the world. >> pageant official says the first runner up has taken over the duty. >> actor dan haggerty known as grizzly adams, lost his battle with cancer, he starred in the film, life and times of grizzly adams, in 1984, it was so successful abc spun it off as a tv series of the same name and he appears on tv shows in the 80s and 90s, dan haggerty was 74 years old. actor sean penn is defending
his interests view with joaquin el chapo gusman. penn told 60 minutes he believes that the mexican government set you up. >> do you believe they released this in part because they wanted to see you blamed and to put you at risk? >> yes. >> they wanted to encourage the cartel to put you in their cross hairs? >> yes. >> penn says the article he published in rolling stone magazine was meant to start a conversation about the war on drugs and not to catch the fugitive. still ahead on "action news" at 12:30 another check of the forecast, as we look at our sky 6 hd cam at center city.
weekend. not a bad weekend. >> no, you can go for a walk. >> you go for a walk and tell me about it. >> stormtracker 6 live double scan we are still dry, it's okay to enjoy the mild temperatures, the rain doesn't come until later on tonight and we'll use storm tracker a lot tonight and sky 6 hd over the ben franklin bridge, there are thin clouds so it's still bright out there, 50 degrees is the current temperature, temperatures well above average, the dew point down and the moisture needs to come before we get the rain, winds light at 3 miles per hour and the pressure is falling, satellite 6 along with action radar showing we have really seen the clouds roll in, for the most part we see high, thin clouds and it's bright enough to enjoy. here is the rain building in well to the south and west as we advance this here to our wider version we see the area of low pressure and it's moving quickly
and it's in and out and good news for the weekend, it's a strong low and pulling out from the southwest to the northeast, and it's impacting us later on tonight and into the early hours tomorrow, 9:30 tonight, this is future tracker, a new model run that has come in, we can look at it together, the lastest model looks like it was filled in more, by 9:30 tonight you see the rain moving in from the southwest and we pull this in at 2:00 a.m., pockets of rain building in from the poconos and 4:30 still wet snowflakes mixing in in the poconos, temperatures stay and or a little above freezing, philadelphia well above in the 40s, not too bad. but the upper elevations of the poconos watch for that. 7:30 in the morning most of us are dry and a few more showers make their way through, you can enjoy your weekend like that
timing right. 3:00 p.m. 54 lots of clouds and 5:00 p.m. 50 degrees and 7:00 p.m. 47, showers are building in and by 9:00 some of them reach the city and the overnight low is 41, that is key staying well above freezing and mild in the overnight hours, we are not concerned about road conditions, it's just rain and tomorrow clouds give way to sunshine and a high of 50, this is the next arctic air bottled up to the west, and it's coming our way for monday and when you come back to work you need the change and up and down with the temperatures, mild today and 54, nice and mild, the rain comes later tonight and early tomorrow morning, clouds and fog and sunshine and a mild high of 50 and sundays are cooler, and seasonable and partly sunny and 40, and monday is the cold day, the day of service for martin luther king go out and do some service but bundle up, just 29
degrees, wednesday mostly sunny and 36 and thursday partly sunny and 38, maybe we with see snow showers sunday night into monday but it's looking dry at this point. other than that just the rain tonight to worry about. >> some folks have a three day weekend, are you off on monday? >> no. >> i volunteered to be off. thanks karen. this week on fyi philly a woman has created her own line of skin care what is both organic and healing. alicia vitarelli has the story. >> reporter: her name is candy saint martine pat, but everyone knows her as chef candy. >> these concoctions are made out of love. >> they are green luxuries, they all began as a way to help her son. >> my youngest son who is 24,
was born with severe eczema, and i learned about steroids, and didn't want to put them on an infant. >> that is where the moisturizing cream was born, this is the cream that actually cured my son as well as well as changing his diet. in just two years she trang formed her business from a 350 square foot location to a full service shop and spa. >> this is your lab? >> yes, my kitchen/lab where we make and label all of our products. >> she creates products for everything from eczema to psoriasis. and makes rubs and locations. >> i make it exfollowating and using it as a moisturize r. >> making it all in landsdale.
? coming up tonight on 6 abc a new episode of shark tank, the makers of a smart baby product tries to get the sharks to buy in. after all new episodes of last man standing and "action news" is at 11:00. a look at stories coming up later this afternoon on "action news" at 4:00, including a tasty edition of freebie friday, including dip from dgi fridays, and an animal lover in new jersey thought she was doing the right thing taking care of baby squirrels that were abandoned by
their mother, now she is facing up to 6 months in jail. and these viral super stars because of their bizarre political performance, if you have not seen the new donald trump anthem, you don't want to miss "action news" at 4:00. that is a good one. that will do it for "action news" at noon, don't forget to join us for "action news" at 4:00, 5:00 and 6:00. for the entire "action news" team i'm rick williams, have a nice afternoon. i drive a golf ball.
i drive to the hoop. i drive a racecar. i have a driver. his name is carl. but that's not what we all have in common. we talked to our doctors about treatment with xarelto®. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there is limited information on how xarelto® and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, taking warfarin, i had to deal with that blood testing routine.
i couldn't have a healthy salad whenever i wanted. i found another way. yeah, treatment with xarelto®. hey, safety first. like all blood thinners, don't stop taking xarelto® without talking to your doctor, as this may increase your risk of a blood clot or stroke. while taking, you may bruise more easily and it may take longer for bleeding to stop. xarelto® may increase your risk of bleeding if you take certain medicines. xarelto® can cause serious and in rare cases, fatal bleeding. get help right away for unexpected bleeding, unusual bruising, or tingling. if you have had spinal anesthesia while on xarelto®, watch for back pain or any nerve or muscle related signs or symptoms. do not take xarelto® if you have an artificial heart valve or abnormal bleeding. tell your doctor before all planned medical or dental procedures. before starting xarelto®, tell your doctor about any kidney, liver, or bleeding problems. xarelto® is the number one prescribed blood thinner in its class. well that calls for a round of kevin nealons. make mine an arnold palmer. same here. with xarelto® there is no regular blood monitoring and no known dietary restrictions. treatment with xarelto® was the right move for us. ask your doctor about xarelto®.
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