How to use emergency medicine to save lives in western Ohio

Western medicine has a way of working for people.

We have found that, by understanding the role of the body, it can be useful to our health care providers and to our communities.

In a recent article, I explored how this approach to medicine can be applied in western states and I want to look at the role the western medicinal plant, Western rockingham, can play in saving lives in Western Ohio.

The Western medicinal plant is a long-lived, hardy, perennial shrub native to the northern parts of the United States.

Its roots can grow up to 1,500 feet tall, and its leaves can reach up to 4 feet across.

Its leaves and flowers are often used for their aromatic and medicinal properties.

In Western Ohio, it’s used for treating a wide range of conditions including: chronic pain, chronic fatigue syndrome, high blood pressure, asthma, obesity, asthma and a range of other conditions.

When it’s harvested, Westernrockingham is sold as a medicinal herb.

But its medicinal properties are more than just that.

It’s also used in a variety of health care applications, including topical preparations, topical creams, sprays, topical sprays and other skin-soothing products.

Its medicinal properties can help control a range and severity of conditions.

In western Ohio, the medicine is often used in combination with other medical therapies.

A study published in the journal Medical Hypotheses showed that topical application of Westernrockhams extracts had a significant benefit for people with a range, severity and pain relief.

The benefits were more pronounced for people who had a high blood concentration of beta-blockers.

These people were also more likely to respond well to beta-blocking medication.

Other studies also showed that the use of Western rockhams extract as a topical agent led to a reduction in the rate of complications from pneumonia.

And there was a significant reduction in inflammatory symptoms in people with COPD.

The effects of the extract in these patients were also seen to be significantly greater than those in healthy volunteers.

The findings suggest that Westernrockshins medicinal properties could have significant health benefits in people.

It also suggests that using Westernrockhans extract as an adjuvant to other medical treatments, such as beta-blocks, might offer additional benefits in the future.

The next step for the Western medicinal tree will be to test these findings in humans.

The goal is to test whether using Western rockhans extracts as an adjunct to traditional medicine could reduce the severity and morbidity associated with COPd, heart disease, and other chronic diseases.

It’s not clear what Western rockhoppers medicinal properties do to the heart.

It has been shown to be a weak oxidant and could have an effect on the heart, but it’s not known if that has an effect in people other than those with COPDs.

This study also looked at the effect of the oil on the hearts ability to respond to other treatments.

In Western Ohio alone, Western Rockhams has been used in the treatment of: acute coronary syndrome, hypertension, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, chronic renal failure, and inflammatory bowel disease.

The next step is to look to see if Westernrockhoppers extracts could also be used to treat a range or severity of other chronic conditions.

This is particularly important given that Western rockharms is not only used in western areas, but also in parts of Mexico and Central America.

It may be that a Western medicine that is also used for the treatment and prevention of diseases like COPD or asthma may be able to reduce the complications associated with these diseases.

If that’s the case, we may have another medicinal plant that could help save lives and prevent heart disease.

Western rockhaums can also be useful in the prevention of many types of cancer.

There are many different types of Western medicinal plants, but Westernrockhanis is the most common type.

There are more species in western North America than anywhere else in the world.

In western North Carolina, the plant is grown in more than 40 counties.

It grows in the western hills, in forests and in scrubby areas.

It is the second-largest medicinal herb in the United Kingdom.

Westernrockhaums is a large, vigorous plant, with a wide variety of leaves and stems.

It can reach more than 10 feet tall.

The flowers have a white or yellowish color and are usually 3 to 6 inches long.

There is also a white to pinkish stem, which can be 5 to 8 inches long and can reach 7 inches in length.

It is commonly used for: treating acute and chronic pain and inflammation, treating asthma, asthma symptoms, and chronic obstructives, treating allergies, treating obesity, treating depression, treating fibromyalgia, treating diabetes, treating arthritis, treating chronic obstructions, treating sleep apnea, treating insomnia, treating heart failure, treating high blood pressures, treating inflammatory bowel disorders, treating kidney disease, treating