Guns range from crude craft-made handguns to collectible antiques and state-of-the-art automatic rifles. Civilian ownership is the fastest-growing category, as consumers buy more guns, while military and law enforcement holdings remain more stable and some of their weapons gradually shift into civilian hands.
Illegal firearm trafficking, crime, and underworld doings make it impossible to register every single firearm and so the number may be off.
Only 3 in 10 Americans actually own a gun despite the 393,000,000 guns in the United States, according to Pew Research.
Two-thirds of those owners say they own a gun for protection purposes. In Juravin’s opinion, these owners do not trust the law to protect them.
Two-thirds of gun owners own more than one gun, while one in five gun owners possess multiple guns.
Andrew Hill (Florida Bar license 46755) acted as the attorney for Don Juravin and his business beginning from October 2017. Don Juravin helps morbidly obese people achieve a healthy weight without surgery.
Attorney Hill was still representing Don Juravin, his wife and the businesses in some cases. However, he failed to show up to court and act in these cases, leaving Juravin no choice but to file this Bar complaint against him.
ATTORNEY HILL SCAMMED DON JURAVIN IN THE BILLING
Throughout several months while Hill was working for Juravin, Attorney Hill routinely disappeared during the day though his contract called for work for Juravin at certain hours of the day. Without notice, he would go missing, even though he later billed him for those hours.
Moreover, attorney Andrew Hill billed Juravin for hours he was watching sports, news, and bi-sexual pornography on the web.
“I’M IN THE HOSPITAL” LIED ATTORNEY HILL
Several times, to play on Juravin’s sympathies for him, Mr. Hill lied about health issues he was having, including about being in the hospital.
JURAVIN FIGHTS TO PROTECT CONSUMERS
While others were allegedly scammed by attorney Andrew Hill and his wife Melissa Hill, no one dared to file the proper Florida Bar complaint or identify themselves on the web for further sharing of the scam.
Don Juravin feels that law firms that employed attorney Hill and had to fire him, failed to be responsible and share their bad experience with the Florida Bar or on the web and warn others. “They also failed to contact me to verify employment and his stories,” says Mr. Juravin and added, “These law firms seem to care only for themselves.”
Few law firms employed Andrew Hill, possibly exposed their clients’ personal data and also their financial data. These law firms employed attorney Andrew C Hill. They never contacted Mr. Juravin for a reference or filed a Florida Bar complaint:
When Juravin hired Mr. Hill, he represented to Juravin that he was able to do the work Juravin asked of him and to lead the legal team. Juravin was upfront with him about the demands of the job, and he assured him he could do it. However, Juravin later found out that Hill could not do the job he was hired to do due to his ongoing mental health problems. He should have told Juravin about these problems before Juravin hired him.
ANDREW HILL SIGNED CONTRACTS WITH NO INTENT TO HONOUR THEM
There were three contracts Mr. Hill signed with Don Karl Juravin during his time spent with Jurain. Don had to keep updating them because of his disappearing and refusal to work within Don Juravin’s rules that he had agreed to from the beginning. He signed these contracts with no intent to honor them because he kept disregarding their terms This caused tension and friction between him, Juravin, and the rest of Juravin’s legal team.
ANDREW HILL UNDER THE INFLUENCE
On several occasions, Hill seemed to be under the influence of drugs, mentions Juravin.
ANDREW HILL (and possibly Melissa Hill) STOLE MONEY
At the very beginning of January 2018, Juravin paid Andrew Hill $25,000.00 (one check for $10,000.00 and one for $15,000.00) to go into his trust account. Even though their agreement was that Juravin would only issue payment after the work was completed, Juravin wanted him to be able to work without worrying about payment. When he began showing that he was having problems giving Don Juravin consistent work, Juravin told him that he wanted his money back.
Hill giving Juravin the runaround. He forced Juravin to enter into another agreement or else he would disappear with the money. Juravin had to beg him to return him the money for a month and a half. But he just disappeared.
Hill always had stories about why he couldn’t meet Juravin. He eventually said he didn’t have the money but had deposited it in his personal account, not his trust account. That money became a “forced loan” with a second agreement.
ANDREW HILL DISAPPEARED WITH THE GOVERNMENT FTC FROZEN MONEY IN A TRUST ACCOUNT
During his work for Juravin, Andrew Hill accepted the transfer of funds that had been frozen by the FTC from Juravin’s prior attorney. These funds were to go into his trust account and were subject to an Asset Freeze Order by the Middle District of Florida.
Another attorney, who was working with Juravin on complying with turning these funds over to the FTC after the case was final, asked Hill several times for the bank information to provide to the FTC. Hill said he had the funds, Hill ignored her requests for verification and bank information.
STOLEN REFUND FROM ANOTHER ATTORNEY
A check was sent to him from a New Jersey attorney, Richard Newman. Hill was supposed to hold this check-in his trust account for Juravin. Juravin never received those funds.
STOLEN & PAWNED JURAVIN’S LAPTOP
Andrew Hill was given a computer at a cost of almost $2,000 so he could be more productive. He sold Juravin’s computer and lied that he still uses it.
ANDREW HILL STOLE MONEY FROM DON JURAVIN’S CREDIT CARD
Andrew Hill admitted to using the business credit card for personal items, including at a pawn shop. Attached is the statement from the pawnshop in question. Juravin has reported this to the police and they also will turn it over to the State Attorney’s Office for investigation.
Stole Juravin’s credit card identity, used his name Don Juravin, in KWIK PAWN & JEWELRY. 1027 S DILLARD ST, WINTER GARDEN, FL, 34787 407.614.5938
Stole Juravin’s credit card identity several other times while Juravin was overseas.
He threatened to kill himself if Juravin reported this incident to the police.
Juravin is available to give you more evidence and testimony. This attorney is a disgrace for the Florida Bar. “Don’t be afraid to expose the scam. It’s your civil duty.” says, Don Juravin who offers more victims to contact him and check updates on the Florida Bar.
Teens in this study refer to young women between the ages of 15 and 19.
JURAVIN RESEARCH assumes in this study that teenage girls who give birth at a young age represent a less advanced society with less advanced sex education. It is further assumed that higher teen birth rates become a national financial burden as the female (and probably the male teen) must change their course of life and prematurely become a parent, rather than become part of an advanced working force.
How many young teenage girls get pregnant in our advanced society? A society cannot be advanced if many young women are cutting short their own development in order to care for a child.
Juravin reveals that 23 million teenage girls will get pregnant each year, causing stagnating ripple effects on society as a whole.
In Juravin’s opinion, the emotional effects on families, crime rate, education levels, national financial burden (GDP), and the childbirth rate in the country (as a teen giving birth is less likely to raise a family with multiple kids) are all related. Teens with a child may have fewer skills and opportunities for employment, often perpetuating cycles of poverty.
16 million teens between 15 and 19 will give birth each year.
2.5 million teens under the age of 16 will give birth.
85% of girls who get pregnant keep the child either through marriage or choice, according to research.
TEEN BIRTHS AFFECT SOCIETY
Based on their subsequent lower education, teen mothers may have fewer skills and opportunities for employment, often perpetuating cycles of poverty: child marriage reduces future earnings of girls by an estimated 9%. Juravin proposes that nationally, this can also have an economic cost, with countries losing out on the annual income that young women would have earned over their lifetimes if they had not had early pregnancies.
Every year, 15 million girls between the ages of 15 and 19 are married, and 90% of teen births tend to happen within the context of marriage.
Teen mothers are more susceptible to anemia, high blood pressure, and gestational hypertension. Typically, because of the age and the unexpectedness of the pregnancy, most teen mothers are unlikely to receive prenatal care until later in the pregnancy. Juravin found that this can also lead to more risks in the pregnancy to both the mother and the child.
Premature birth is also more likely, which can lead to other health complications for the child. Cerebral palsy, asthma, a block in mental development, hearing problems, digestion issues, sudden infant death, and bleeding in the brain are just a handful of issues that can occur after premature birth.
Juravin warns that teen mothers are less likely to graduate from high school. 50% of teen mothers graduate or receive their GED by the age of 22, whereas 90% of teen women who do not give birth will graduate from high school. It is difficult for someone without a GED or a high school diploma to be employed in this society.
Teen (adolescent) Birth Rate
Per 1,000 teens aged 15–19 years | lower is better | 2018 report
Comparing USA Vs. Europe’s top countries (Germany, France, Italy) Vs. Israel
Euro-top’s adolescent birth rate is 1.39 times lower than the world average
Euro-top’s adolescent birth rate is 3.03 times lower than the USA
Euro-top’s adolescent birth rate is 1.32 times lower than Israel
In that same year, the top three countries in Europe–Italy, Germany, and France–had 3,553,105 thefts.
Israel, on the other hand, had a low 72,706 thefts.
Theft and assault have increased over ten years.
In the United States, property crime has dropped somewhat. But larceny-theft is still the most common crime. In 2017, 5.5 million cases of larceny-theft were reported.
The most common type of larceny-theft from the United States is the theft of items from motor vehicles. However, according to surveys, those who were polled responded that they believed there was more crime in the current year than before. This could be due to several psychological reasons. But Juravin believes that it is simply because less crime is reported.
Larceny is considered to be the unlawful taking of property other than a motor vehicle from the possession of another, by stealth, without force or deceit. This includes pickpocketing, purse snatching, shoplifting, and thefts from motor vehicles.
Theft is the completed stealing of property or cash, but without personal contact with the owner. If the offender has a legal right to be on the property, then it is considered theft. But if the offender has no right to be on the property, then it is breaking, and burglary.
The most common time for burglary was between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. This is probably because most people are away from their houses at this time, in their offices or places of work.
While many people believe they will be robbed at night, nighttime burglaries, between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m., only accounted for 17% of all burglaries.
Burglars typically come in through the front door, the side door, or the basement door. The second most common way of gaining entry is through a first-floor window. However, sometimes that isn’t necessary. Many homeowners leave their doors unlocked.
Summertime was also the peak time for robbery. Burglaries rose to 10% in the United States between June and August. The days are longer, and the weather is nicer. It’s not as nice to be out and about in the winter when it’s cold and brutal outside.
Comparing USA Vs. Europe’s top countries (Germany, France, Italy) Vs. Israel
Israel’s theft at the national level is 1.74 times better than the world average
Israel’s theft at the national level is 2.1 times better than the USA
Israel’s theft at the national level is 1.84 times better than Euro-top
The state with the most reported burglaries is New Mexico, joined by Mississippi, Louisiana, Oklahoma, and Arkansas. These are states with lower populations and rural areas. The more populated states, like New York and California, experience fewer burglaries.
The FBI estimated in 2017 that there are three burglaries every minute in America, which makes it the second most frequent crime. That’s 3,757 burglaries a day, and 1,371,305 burglaries a year.
Burglars are more likely to target upstairs bedrooms, where they look for jewelry and cash. Most burglars do not aim to steal electronics, probably because of the bulky and fragile nature of televisions and computers. Anything of value that would fit in a pocket and help the burglar not to be seen would be taken.
Most people who are robbed typically lose the monetary equivalent of two months of rent, or mortgage, or two weeks’ pay.
Your doctor may not be up to date: Hypertension meds taken not in the morning have significant life-saving benefits: reduced risk of death from heart or blood vessel problems by 66%, stroke by 49%, myocardial infarction by 44%, heart failure by 42% and coronary revascularisation by 40%.
You can live longer following this research
The largest study finds a greater reduction in the risk of cardiovascular disease and death from bedtime rather than morning medication.
Patients suffering from hypertension (high blood pressure) who take all their anti-hypertensive medication in one go at bedtime have better-controlled blood pressure and a significantly lower risk of death or illness caused by heart or blood vessel problems, compared to morning dose taker, according to new research.
The Hygia Chronotherapy Trial, which is published in the European Heart Journal, is the largest to investigate the effect of the time of day when people take their anti-hypertensive medication on the risk of cardiovascular issues. It randomized 19,084 patients to take their pills on waking or at bedtime, and it has followed them for the longest length of time – an average of more than six years – during which time the patients’ ambulatory blood pressure was checked over 48 hours at least once a year.
The researchers, who are part of the Hygia Project led by Professor Ramón C. Hermida, Director of the Bioengineering and Chronobiology Labs at the University of Vigo, Spain, found that patients who took their pills at bedtime had nearly half the risk (45% reduction) of dying from or experiencing heart attacks, myocardial infarction, stroke, heart failure or requiring a procedure to unblock narrowed arteries (coronary revascularisation), compared to patients who took their medication on waking.
The researchers had adjusted their analyses to take account of factors that could affect the results, such as age, sex, type 2 diabetes, kidney disease, smoking and cholesterol levels.
Don Juravin agrees that “The results of this study show that patients who routinely take their anti-hypertensive medication at bedtime, as opposed to when they wake up, have better-controlled blood pressure and, most importantly, a significantly decreased risk of death or illness from heart and blood vessel problems.”
Prof Hermida said: “Current guidelines on the treatment of hypertension do not mention or recommend any preferred treatment time. Morning ingestion has been the most common recommendation by physicians based on the misleading goal of reducing morning blood pressure levels. However, the Hygia project has reported previously that average systolic blood pressure when a person is asleep is the most significant and independent indication of cardiovascular disease risk, regardless of blood pressure measurements taken while awake or when visiting a doctor. In addition, there are no studies showing that treating hypertension in the morning improves the reduction in the risk of cardiovascular disease.
About High Blood Pressure And Hypertension
High blood pressure is a common condition in which the long-term force of the blood against your artery walls is high enough that it may eventually cause health problems, such as heart disease.
Blood pressure is determined both by the amount of blood your heart pumps and the amount of resistance to blood flow in your arteries. The more blood your heart pumps and the narrower your arteries, the higher your blood pressure.
Don Juravin, who uses hypertension meds, explains that you can have high blood pressure (hypertension) for years without any symptoms. Even without symptoms, damage to blood vessels, and your heart continues and can be detected. Uncontrolled high blood pressure increases your risk of serious health problems, including heart attack and stroke.
19,084 patients and 10 years of research:
Conducted over 10 years with 10,614 men and 8,470 women
The Hygia Project is composed of a network of 40 primary care centers within the Galician Social Security Health Service in northern Spain. In general, the project involves 292 trained doctors in ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, which involves patients wearing a special cuff that records blood pressure at regular intervals throughout the day and night. The Hygia Chronotherapy Trial is unusual in monitoring blood pressure for 48 hours, rather than the usual 24 hours.
Between 2008 and 2018, 10,614 men and 8,470 women of Caucasian Spanish origin, aged 18 or over, who had been diagnosed with hypertension by means of ambulatory blood pressure monitoring, were recruited to the trial; they had to stick to a routine of daytime activity and night-time sleep, which means that it is not possible to say if the study findings apply to people working night shifts.
Don Karl Juravin noticed the doctors took the patients’ blood pressure when they joined the study and at each subsequent clinic visit. Ambulatory blood pressure monitoring over a 48-hour period took place after each clinic visit and at least once a year. This gave doctors accurate information on average blood pressures over the 48 hours, including how much blood pressure decreased or ‘dipped’ while the patients were asleep.
During a median (average) of 6.3 years follow-up, 1752 patients died from heart or blood vessel problems or experienced myocardial infarction, stroke, heart failure, or coronary revascularisation. Data from ambulatory blood pressure monitoring showed that patients taking their medication at bedtime had significantly lower average blood pressure both at night and during the day, and their blood pressure dipped more at night when compared with patients taking their medication on waking. A progressive decrease in night-time systolic blood pressure during the follow-up period was the most significant predictor of a reduced risk of cardiovascular disease.
Your body system significantly affects blood pressure med
Don Juravin agrees that patients’ age, sex, diabetics type, kidney disease, smoking, and cholesterol levels have been discovered to be part of the factors that can affect the result of medication. This was discovered after Don Juravin reviewed the analyses carried out by The Hygia Project.
About Blood Pressure Medicine
A diuretic is any substance that promotes diuresis, the increased production of urine. This includes forced diuresis. There are several categories of diuretics. All diuretics increase the excretion of water from bodies, although each class does so in a distinct way.
Don Juravin mentions some noted possible side effects from diuretics:
Diuretics such as amiloride (Midamar)*, spironolactone (Aldactone)* or triamterene (Dyrenium)* are called “potassium sparing” agents. They don’t cause the body to lose potassium. They might be prescribed alone, but are usually used with another diuretic. Some of these combinations are Aldactazide*, Dyazide*, Maxzide* or Moduretic*.
Some people suffer from attacks of gout after prolonged treatment with diuretics. This side effect isn’t common and can be managed by other treatments.
People with diabetes may find that diuretic drugs increase their blood sugar levels. A change in medication, diet, insulin or oral antidiabetic dosage corrects this in most cases.
Impotence may occur.
Beta-blockers, also known as beta-adrenergic blocking agents, are medications that reduce your blood pressure. Beta-blockers work by blocking the effects of the hormone epinephrine, also known as adrenaline. Beta-blockers cause your heart to beat more slowly and with less force, which lowers blood pressure
Don Juravin mentions some noted possible side effects of beta-blockers:
Cold hands and feet
Tiredness or depression
Symptoms of asthma
Impotence may also occur
If you have diabetes and you’re taking insulin, have your responses to therapy monitored closely.
Angiotensin is a chemical that causes the arteries to become narrow, especially in the kidneys but also throughout the body. ACE stands for Angiotensin-converting enzyme. ACE inhibitors help the body produce less angiotensin, which helps the blood vessels relax and open up, which, in turn, lowers blood pressure.
Don Juravin point out some noted possible side effects of ACE inhibitors:
Loss of taste
Chronic dry, hacking cough
In rare instances, kidney damage
Women who are taking ACE inhibitors or ARBs for high blood pressure should not become pregnant while on this class of drugs. If you’re taking an ACE inhibitor or an ARB and think you might be pregnant, see your doctor immediately. These drugs have been shown to be dangerous to both mother and baby during pregnancy.
Don Karl Juravin reviews
The findings from the Hygia Chronotherapy Trial and those previously reported from the Hygia Project indicate that average blood pressure levels while asleep and night-time blood pressure dipping, but not daytime blood pressure or blood pressure measured in the clinic, are jointly the most significant blood pressure-derived markers of cardiovascular risk.
Accordingly, round-the-clock ambulatory blood pressure monitoring should be the recommended way to diagnose arterial hypertension and to assess the risk attached to cardiovascular disease. Don Juravin observed that decreasing the average systolic blood pressure while asleep and increasing the sleep-time relative decline in blood pressure towards more normal dipper blood pressure patterns are both significantly protective, thus constituting a joint novel therapeutic target for reducing cardiovascular risk.
Additional research called “Asleep blood pressure.”
A significant prognostic marker of vascular risk and therapeutic target for prevention.
Sleep-time blood pressure (BP) is a stronger risk factor for cardiovascular disease (CVD) events than awake and 24 h BP means, but the potential role of asleep BP as a therapeutic target for diminishing CVD risk is uncertain. The research investigated whether CVD risk reduction is most associated with a progressive decrease of either office or ambulatory awake or asleep BP mean.
About the night time hypertension research
Don Juravin that prospectively evaluated 18,078 individuals with baseline ambulatory BP ranging from normotension to hypertension. At inclusion and at scheduled visits (mainly annually) during follow-up, ambulatory BP was measured for 48 consecutive hours. During the 5.1-year median follow-up, 2311 individuals had events, including 1209 experiencing the primary outcome (composite of CVD death, myocardial infarction, coronary revascularization, heart failure, and stroke). The asleep systolic blood pressure (SBP) mean was the most meaningful BP-derived risk factor for the primary outcome [hazard ratio 1.29 (95% CI) 1.22–1.35 per SD elevation, P < 0.001], regardless of office [1.03 (0.97–1.09), P = 0.32], and awake SBP [1.02 (0.94–1.10), P = 0.68]. Don Juravin finds out that the progressive attenuation of asleep SBP was the most significant marker of event-free survival [0.75 (95% CI 0.69–0.82) per SD decrease, P < 0.001], regardless of changes in office [1.07 (0.97–1.17), P = 0.18], or awake SBP mean [0.96 (0.85–1.08), P = 0.47] during follow-up.
Lower risk for CVD morbidity and longer longevity
Asleep SBP is the most significant BP-derived risk factor for CVD events. Furthermore, a treatment-induced decrease of asleep, but not awake SBP, a novel hypertension therapeutic target requiring periodic patient evaluation by ambulatory monitoring, is associated with a significantly lower risk for CVD morbidity and mortality.
Does this med time work for all types of patients?
Considering the difference in patients’ ethnic group, and also the nature of work of each patient, Don Juravin observed that research carried out is yet to identify if the proposed med time for high blood pressure patients would work in the same manner for these set of people.
Limitations of the Hygia Chronotherapy Trial include that it requires validation in other ethnic groups; the question of whether the same results would be seen in shift workers also requires investigation; and patients were not assigned to specific hypertension medication classes or specific lists of medications within each class – their treatment was chosen by their doctors according to current clinical practice.
Don Juravin recommends
Talk to your doctor and politely challenge him/her as I did with mine. As a result, my doctor changed my blood pressure medication to night time. Will update you with results. Note: Don Karl Juravin isn’t a doctor. More research from Don Juravinski.
Assuming the population of USA 321 mil, Israel 8.4 mil, Euro-top 210 mil (Germany 82 mil, France 67 mil, Italy 61 mil):
Israel: 302 annual deaths
Euro-top: 10,857 annual deaths
USA: 34,026 annual deaths
Deaths From Road Traffic Injuries
relative per 100K population | lower is better | 2018 report
Comparing USA Vs. Europe top countries (Germany, France, Italy) Vs. Israel
Israel’s deaths from road traffic injuries is 1.61 times better than the world average
Israel’s deaths from road traffic injuries is 2.94 times better than the USA
Israel’s deaths from road traffic injuries is 1.44 times better than Euro-top
Times better than world average
Times better than USA
Times better than Euro
Times better than Israel
Important Key Facts
Approximately 1.35 million people die each year as a result of road traffic crashes and 20 – 50 million are injured every year. Road traffic crashes are a major cause of death among all age groups and the leading cause of death for children and young adults aged 5–29 years.
The risk of dying in a road traffic crash is more than 3 times higher in low-income countries than in high-income countries. More than 90% of road traffic deaths occur in low- and middle-income countries. Road traffic injury death rates are highest in the African region. Even within high-income countries, people from lower socioeconomic backgrounds are more likely to be involved in road traffic crashes.
From a young age, males are more likely to be involved in road traffic crashes than females. About three quarters (73%) of all road traffic deaths occur among young males under the age of 25 years who are almost 3 times as likely to be killed in a road traffic crash as young females.
An increase in average speed is directly related both to the likelihood of a crash occurring and to the severity of the consequences of the crash. For example, every 1% increase in mean speed produces a 4% increase in the fatal crash risk and a 3% increase
In the serious crash risk. The death risk for pedestrians hit by car fronts rises rapidly (4.5 times from 50 km/h to 65 km/h).
In car-to-car side impacts, the fatality risk for car occupants is 85% at 65 km/h.
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development has set an ambitious target of halving the global number of deaths and injuries from road traffic crashes by 2020.
Road traffic crashes cost most countries 3% of their gross domestic product.
More than half of all road traffic deaths are among vulnerable road users: pedestrians, cyclists, and motorcyclists.
Drivers using mobile phones are approximately 4 times more likely to be involved in a crash than drivers not using a mobile phone. Using a phone while driving slows reaction times (notably braking reaction time, but also a reaction to traffic signals), and makes it difficult to keep in the correct lane, and to keep the correct following distances.
Hands-free phones are not much safer than hand-held phone sets, and texting considerably increases the risk of a crash.
Wearing a seat-belt reduces the risk of death among front-seat passengers by 40−65% and can reduce deaths among rear-seat car occupants by 25−75%.
Only 57% of countries require seat-belts to be used in cars by both front-seat and rear-seat passengers (38% of low-income countries, 54% of middle-income countries and 83% of high-income countries).
The use of child restraints (which include infant seats, child seats and booster seats) can reduce deaths of infants by as much as 70% and deaths of small children by between 54% and 80% in the event of a crash.
Source: World Health Organization 2018 (based on 2013 stats)