29th March
2014
Do you pay more attention to your car than your body? You change your oil every 3000 to 4000 miles. You have your tires rotated every other oil change. Your air filter and brake pads are changed at the appropriate intervals. Now, what about your body? You follow the recommended AMA guidelines for routine check ups and other healthcare services. You pay special attention to make sure you eat a balanced diet and always take the time to get enough exercise. The reality is many Americans pay more ...
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26th March
2014
50% of people, who travel, suffer a travel - related illness. All travelers should be well prepared for travel and be prepared to protect themselves from travel related illness. In this issue various aspects of travel related illness have been discussed with related protective measures. According to ayurveda traveling causes vitiation of vata dosha. Vata dosha regulates all the activities of body like digestion, respiration, excretion, transmission of nerve impulses ,reflexes, body movements ...
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24th March
2014
Feel free to print/reprint this article in its entirety in your ezine or website as long as you leave all the links in place. Don't modify the content and include the resource box as listed. Please send a note when it is used. Thank you. You now are the owner of a new health insurance policy because your place of employment changed providers, but you do not have the first clue what the new policy covers. The first thing you should do is take a moment to read the policy. Do not be surpirsed if ...
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22nd March
2014
Copyright 2005 Richard Keir Shopping around for medical insurance can be a confusing business. You need to keep your wits about you and keep track of the benefits and costs of each policy and each type of policy. Too often we tend to look at the price first and the rest of the policy becomes a blur of fine print. And we're off to check the next policy. Slow down. There some important things you should do before you start chasing around to get a policy. Doing these few things will make the whole ...
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21st March
2014
Buttons for hospitals can be a great way to spread motivation, identify people, and help with the healing process. There are a great many uses and fun projects that hospitals can do utilizing buttons. From Public Relations to patient care, buttons can serve you well in a hospital environment. Any hospital with a children's ward should have a button maker machine. Children in the hospital are often frightened, disoriented and of course ill. For patients who are able to sit up and draw, button ...
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20th March
2014
Copyright 2005 Dave Markel Choosing a health insurance plan that is best for you and your family is one of the most important decisions you'll ever make. Choosing between health plans is not as easy as it once was. Although there is no one best plan, there are some plans that will be better than others for you and your family's health needs. Plans differ, both in how much you have to pay and how easy it is to get the services you need. No plan will pay for all the costs associated with your ...
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19th March
2014
Unlike in Canada and parts of Europe, like Germany and The UK, where most health care costs are supported by the government, most healthy, mentally sound Americans below 65 usually have to rely on their own resources to manage personal health care funding. For most U S citizens, this means building some health insurance into their general personal financial plan. Nevertheless, over a period of time the costs of health care insurance mount up, and the total cost can be unbelievable. The question ...
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18th March
2014
Did you know approximately 12 percent (34.7 million) of the U.S. population is African American (3). Compared with white Americans, they are less likely to have private or employment-based health insurance, more likely to be covered by Medicaid or other publicly funded insurance, and twice as likely to be uninsured, even though eight of 10 are in working families. A disproportionate percentage of African Americans are employed in jobs that do not provide health insurance. Many African ...
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16th March
2014
In recent years, the value of the trace mineral selenium to overall health and well being has come to light. Many vital health benefits have come to be associated with maintaining sufficient levels of selenium in the body and recent study indicates that this mineral can play an important role in protecting the body from serious disease and illness. Selenium is especially important in the body's ongoing battle against free radical damage. In the body, selenium is the source of selenoproteins. ...
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14th March
2014
Do you know the actual cost of your health insurance? Everyone knows that health insurance costs are continually rising, but how do these spiraling costs affect your health insurance coverage? You know how much you pay every month for your health insurance premium, so it's easy to know when this cost goes up. But what about all the other costs involved with health insurance? Before you're hit with an unexpectedly large medical bill, find out about the hidden costs of your health insurance. ...
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