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Customizing Treatments for Children with Autism

Customizing Treatments for Children with Autism

By Justin Ceravolo, PharmD Administering medicine to children can be difficult at the best of times, and even more so for the 1 in 68 children in the United States, who the CDC notes have been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Younger patients can be particularly finicky about medication color, texture and flavor, and often times cannot or will not …

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Relax Your Way to a Healthy Body and Mind: Cruising on a yacht offers personalized service in lavish spaces

Relax Your Way to a Healthy Body and Mind: Cruising on a yacht offers personalized service in lavish spaces

Bigger isn’t always better. With the ability to sail to exotic loc ations that a larger vessel would be unable to embark upon, Crystal Yacht Expedition is designed for travelers seeking unique experiences. December of 2015, the Crystal Esprit yacht was launched. With its fresh, modern accommodations fit for royalty, the yacht exudes comfort, style, upscale spaces, and incredibly personalized service. …

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LASER Gum Disease Treatment – The alternative to Surgery

LASER Gum Disease Treatment – The alternative to Surgery

By Juan Teodoro, D.M.D. – Periodontal disease affects four out of five people over the age of 35. In its early stages it’s known as gingivitis, and if it progresses to a chronic condition it can result in periodontitis, which affects the bones surrounding the teeth. When left untreated it causes bone destruction, which can result in the loss of …

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Buyer Beware – Residential Versus Commercial Property

Buyer Beware – Residential Versus Commercial Property

By James W. Mallonee It is well known that a buyer of Commercial Property is on notice to investigate the property being purchased for any and all defects. That does not mean that if the Seller prevents the buyer from learning the facts of the property or creates an artifice or trick in such purchase that liability for damages could not …

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Blue Zones: What Can We Learn from the Longest Living People on Earth?

Blue Zones

By Linda Culotta In 2005, National Geographic author Dan Buettner coined the concept of Blue Zones, which are isolated geographical pockets of the most long-lived people on Earth. Buettner traveled the globe, seeking answers as to why and how these segments of humanity managed to live longer than anywhere else, and what lessons the rest of the world might be able …

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Prescribed an Opioid? Ask your doctor (and dentist) these questions

Prescribed an Opioid? Ask your doctor (and dentist) these questions

By Dr. Sam Ho, chief medical officer, UnitedHealthcare If your doctor or dentist prescribes a pain reliever, take charge of your health and find out exactly what you are getting. UnitedHealth Group medical experts recommend you ask your doctor these questions about any opioid prescription. Common opioid brand names include Vicodin and Percocet. Why do I need this medicine? Ask …

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$3,000 Per Hour

$3,000 Per Hour

By Alex Anderson, Senior Associate Pastor at Bayside Community Church Every so often I’ll do a bit of executive coaching. I’ll spend a day with a medical, business or non-profit executive. We will end the day with very clear “take-aways” (actionable steps for an area of their life–business, family, or personal). It’s a lot of fun for me, but can …

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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT MEDICAID AND YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT MEDICAID AND YOUR LEGAL RIGHTS

By David L. Orosz, Attorney at Law Q: Will Medicare or private health insurance pay for all or part of long-term nursing home care? A: NO. There are only shot-term benefits available, if any at all. Q: If a person qualifies for Medicaid, will Medicaid pay for the entire cost of care? A: Yes. Subject to certain legal requirements, Medicaid …

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Toxic Heavy Metals & Cardiovascular Disease

Toxic Heavy Metals & Cardiovascular Disease

Alternative Medicine such as chelation IV therapy has been intensely criticized by mainstream medicine for many years, so much so that a cardiovascular trial was conducted to refute any chance that chelation treatment worked so that physicians could deter their patients from asking for the procedure. It’s important to point out that people are much more educated and open to various …

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Cleaning Tips to Keep the Flu Virus at Bay and Out of Your Home

Cleaning Tips to Keep the Flu Virus at Bay and Out of Your Home

Flu season is among us and with an increase in the number of people in the area for the winter, preventing the flu and other viruses can be difficult this time of year. The muscle aches, fever, chills and fatigue that accompany the virus affect five to 20 percent of the U.S. population each year and hospitalize hundreds of thousands, …

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