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jensku
 Finland
A Caring Hotel Printer Friendly Version
In the Netherlands women go to birthing hotels to have babies. So what about having a caring hotel when you are sick? A place to go when you're sick but don't need medication. Just a place to go to get some sleep, rest, healing food and a bit of care and attention.
Reward: 50 days of care valid for the rest of my life per hotel that is opened. 

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rickg1092
 USA
NAPS Printer Friendly Version
How many times have we walked into a public restroom and there's no sign of soap or a soap dispenser? Even if there is soap, chances are it is coated with germs.
My solution is simple, yet effective. I call it NAPS. NAPS is a small napkin no bigger than a gum wrapper. Just add water and it disolves into safe, germ-free soap.
Keeping handsoap in your pocket creates an unsightly bulge. It looks lame and no one wants to carry it around. NAPS is the way to go. The package is smaller than a pack of gum and can fit anywhere without being a bother. It is made from a plastic-type material, much like that used to package babywipes.
There is no mess and no bottle because everything disolves just like soap, except the soap is in the napkin. As soon as it comes in contact with water or sweat it will be gone. Naps is the way to go if you want something quick fast and convinient.
This idea can go either way: NAPS can be developed into a hand sanitizer, a mosquito repelent, a sunscreen lotion, a light scented perfume or a cologne.

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emberinc
 USA
Automated self service eye exam Printer Friendly Version
They have machines that do your blood pressure for free, so why not a machine that is for people who have trouble seeing and buy over the counter glasses? Yes, you can go to the eyeglass place and get a free eye exam, but then you have to pay outrages prices for frames. Why can't they have a machine that people can go up to and do a short eye test to see what strength of over the counter glasses they need?
The reason I thought of this is because my husband wears prescription glasses and we can't afford to get another pair right now and medicaid only pays for 1 pair every 5 years for adults. We are not sure what strength of glasses he needs and it would be neat if we could go into a lets say Walmart and he could do a short eye test and get a 5 dollar pair of glasses. This could benefit kids and adults who are rough on glasses and do not want an expensive pair of glasses.

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