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What is Phentermine?

Before you take phentermine, it is important to know its side effects. This medication can increase blood pressure, cause severe headaches, and cause blurred vision. It may also cause a nosebleed or an increase in anxiety. It is important to consult your doctor before you begin or stop taking phentermine, as some of these side effects can be life-threatening. Phentermine should only be taken as prescribed.

Phentermine interacts with certain medications, including MAO inhibitors, such as isocarboxazid and tranylcypromine. People with certain medical conditions, such as liver disease, heart disease, or lung disease should not take phentermine. There are also many other side effects associated with phentermine, such as diarrhea, constipation, and dizziness.

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Phentermine is available only with a prescription, and you should only take it as prescribed by your doctor. It is also important to talk with your healthcare provider about any other medications you’re taking and any other supplements you’re taking. Because phentermine is a powerful anorectic, it can be dangerous if used incorrectly. For this reason, it is important to have realistic expectations and develop healthy eating and exercise habits.

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Phentermine is used to treat obesity and other weight-related problems. It works by stimulating the central nervous system and suppressing the appetite. It is a prescription medication that is often used in conjunction with diet and exercise. However, phentermine can have serious side effects for some people. It should not be taken by pregnant women, individuals with uncontrolled high blood pressure, or individuals with severe heart conditions. Other potential side effects include restlessness and hyperactivity. Some individuals may also experience hives or other allergic reactions.

If taken incorrectly, phentermine can lead to severe blood pressure. This can make it harder for the heart to pump blood, which can worsen the heart’s workload. It may also raise thyroid levels and increase thyroid activity. As such, it’s important to monitor the side effects of phentermine closely.

Because phentermine is a Category X drug, it shouldn’t be used during pregnancy. If you’re planning to become pregnant, talk to your doctor immediately. Moreover, phentermine can pass into breast milk, causing side effects in the child. If you’re currently breastfeeding, discuss the potential risks of phentermine with your doctor and decide whether to stop nursing or stop.

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There are online pharmacies that offer phentermine without a prescription, and some of these pharmacies ship to the United States. However, doctors advise against taking advantage of these offers, because phentermine is a controlled substance and can be abused. A licensed doctor should only issue a prescription.

The Power of Sketching

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Sketching can be rough or very detailed, but it is nearly always powerful

Sketching can be rough or very detailed, but it is nearly always powerful

The following was originally written by Mark Brim, AIA, LEED AP, a Design Leader at DLR Group in Omaha, and shared internally with the company.

When was the last time you picked up a pencil to draw? That question, and my own love of sketching, recently led me to read Paolo Belardi’s excellent book, Why Architects Still Draw. In it, he points out that: “Sketching is a quick, readily available, dense, self-generative, and, above all, extraordinarily communicative notational system” that’s a “precious tool for all human activities that deal with creativity.” That’s an idea that I can get behind 100%.

Since we began adopting CAD in the 80s and 90s, we designers have been using an endless series of digital tools to create, compose, and ultimately produce our deliverables. And now more than ever our emerging designers are often doing their design thinking through mice and software. But hand-drawn sketches can work so much more powerfully than other methods of communication. Sketching is human and tactile; it opens doors to ideas that you might not have come up with otherwise; and it lends itself to connection and memory.

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2014 Architects’ Home Tour in Lincoln, NE

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As a graphic designer, I sometimes think I understand architecture better than the average person, but after speaking to an architect, I realize how little I actually know.

I guess that’s part of the reason some of my favorite projects I have had the opportunity to work on are for architects, and the 2014 Architects’ Home Tour promotional materials are no exception. The learning process is eye-opening, and the ability to see first-hand what an architect can envision a livable space to be like, is inspiring.

This is actually the 5th home tour I have had the opportunity to do design for, and I think this one is extra special – or maybe that’s just because it’s landing on my fortieth birthday.

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This years’ tour website. The Lincoln home tour is held every other year, and is co-sponsored by AIA Lincoln and the Architectural Foundation of Nebraska. There are six homes on the tour, and as usual, it looks like there is a wide variety of styles to view.

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The program booklet cover, which also serves as the ticket into the homes. These can be purchased at any of the homes the day of the tour.

1408_architects-home-tour-posterDownload the tour poster. And I look forward to seeing you on September 21st. The tour runs from 1:00 – 4:30PM.

Measuring Green – The Next Innovation in Building Information Modeling

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Architects are well aware that designs have a significant impact on the environment.  Understanding that impact with analytical data has been a challenge.  Building performance is complex and the tools and information required to make informed, timely decisions has typically not been readily available.  Architects have relied on rules of thumb, industry standards, rudimentary analysis and calculations, and prescriptive requirements to attempt to achieve “green design.”  Although well intentioned, these methods often fall well short of significantly improving building performance. 

Residential and commercial buildings account for over 30% of the total energy and 70% of all electricity consumed in the United States.  The requirements for improving on building performance and efficiency are becoming stricter and will require a shift in the paradigm for how projects are delivered in the future.  The rules of thumb and prescriptive methods of green design will simply not be adequate to achieve these greater performance standards.  Typically building performance is analyzed by the engineers in a process somewhat isolated from the architects and occurring after the design is essentially complete.  Feedback to the architect is limited and provided too late in the process to have meaningful effect on the design.  Earlier analytics in the design process is becoming necessary to achieve the higher performance standards required.

The advent of Building Information Modeling (BIM) in the design industry approximately a decade ago has continued to transform the entire design process.  What started as a platform to allow for greater coordination, consistency, and visualization has evolved into a platform that provides levels of information far beyond what was previously available.  This evolution now includes building performance analysis tools for the architect.  Models and design concepts generated very early in the process can be analyzed for their performance and efficiency.  Feedback is immediate and the data can be used as a basis for decision making.

Virtually all aspects of the building envelope can be evaluated and optimized for maximum efficiency, including: building orientation; thermal values of walls, roofs, and openings; glazing types and amounts; shading devices; day lighting effectiveness, etc.  The goal is to maximize the efficiency of the building envelope and minimize the energy load on the building.  The following outlines some of the design data that can be generated from performance modeling.

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