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Subject: The U.S. Average Credit Score Is 696. What Is Yours?
Date: Thu Feb 06 22:42:38 MST 2014
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FITCHBURG, Mass. A Massachusetts teacher's aide briefly placed on leave when the school district found out about her second career as a lingerie model says she thinks she's a good example for her students.In her first public statements, 23-year-old Kaitlin Pearson said in broadcast interviews that she's a college graduate who got good grades.She says she her special needs students at a Fitchburg elementary school didn't know about her second career, and they wouldn't care because they are more interested in dinosaurs.She thanked her family for their support during the ordeal. She also thanked the person who anonymously sent a package of racy photos to the school superintendent, prompting her paid leave, because it has given her positive publicity. She was reinstated this week.She says she loves both careers. e doctor. He suggested increasing the dosage, but she refused. She'd become concerned about her reaction to the drug."Between doses, it felt like my spine was hooked up to an electrical socket and there was a chemical storm inside my head," she said.The symptoms were worst when she woke up: "I had to keep my pills beside my bed so that before I even opened my eyes, I'd be melting one under my tongue. I'd dry heave and cry until it kicked in."Then one morning, she experienced what's known as a paradoxical adverse reactiona rare, unexpected response to a drug that can't be explained. She had popped her pill and was lying there waiting for it to take hold, except nothing happened. She felt so scared and shaky that she took another. And then, in a half hour, one morefollowed by a fourth one 30 minutes later. Within minutes of downing the last pill, her legs began shaking violently. The toes on her left foot curled up, and her tongue stiffened."The next thing I remember is the paramedics running in," she said. "I'd had a seizure."The debilitating pangs of interdose withdrawal had been awful enough. Now, Kim started to worry about how she would ever get off the drug.What makes it even rougher for women who become dependent on benzos is that many physicians do not fully understand how to wean them off the medication."While most doctors should know how to taper properly, not everyone does," Birndorf said.Few women are more aware of that tha