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  • What is Medicaid?

    Medicaid is a federal and state program that helps with medical care expenses for some individuals with low or no income and limited resources. Medicaid also provides additional benefits not usually covered by Medicare, such as personal care services and nursing home care. The federal government jointly operates the federal and state program, and each

  • 5 Ways Doctors Protect Themselves From COVID-19

    Best Shoes to Wear While Working in a Hospital

    Working in a hospital, it’s a demanding job with lengthy shifts. There can be many hazards, such as spills. Employees like Benjamin Cory Harow work shifts up to 12 hours on their feet. That is a long time to walk around and work; an employee who works 12 hours needs durable, comfortable, and supportive shoes,

  • 10 Ways Marijuana Seeds Can Be Used for Medicine Every Day

    Marijuana or cannabis is getting quite popular these days. It is found in the marijuana plant and is used for many health benefits. Cannabis has two major chemical components-CBD and THC. CBD is the compound that promotes brain health, pain-relieving properties, without giving you a high. THC, on the other hand, is a psychoactive component,

  • 5 Ways Doctors Protect Themselves From COVID-19

    5 Ways Doctors Protect Themselves From COVID-19

    Living in a post pandemic world means that physicians have to be more careful than ever before as they care for sick patients.  Doctors are critical to the recovery of the world from the onset of this novel coronavirus, and it’s important that they take proper precautions. If you’ve spent time sitting around wondering what

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    Coping With A Permanent Disability After A Car Accident

    Anger, sadness, despair — these are all normal things to feel after a car accident, especially if that accident left you disabled. Even after all the fingers have been pointed, the Denver DUI defense lawyers duke it out in court, and the legal battles are wrapped up, the pain of becoming disabled can still cut

  • How New Technology by LifeWave Can Help Activate Stem Cells

    It seems information about stem cells is everywhere these days. That’s with good reason since these unique cells hold remarkable potential for improving health and wellness as scientific understanding of them increases. However, even as understanding in the scientific community changes, there is still plenty of work to be done in educating everyday people in

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    7 Tips For Co-Parenting During The Coronavirus Quarantine

    Co-Parenting is difficult enough on its own. As Dorie Rogers, an experienced divorce attorney in Orange County points out, there’s a long list of do’s and don’ts to follow if you want to pull it off right and provide the best environment possible for your child. Now, with the added stress of the coronavirus pandemic

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    Pre-existing medical conditions and car accidents

    Despite the country’s best efforts to spread awareness about and enforce safe driving practices, there are still hundred of thousands of car accidents each year. The reasons behind them range from drinking to texting and road hazards, but did you know that pre-existing medical conditions are a factor? The term “impaired driving” makes most people

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    Recent advances in traumatic brain injury treatment

    A traumatic brain injury alters every aspect of a person’s life. Today, it is the leading cause of death and disability for those under the age of 45. In order to combat this issue, researchers of pathobiology have been working to develop neuroprotective strategies. The majority have been unsuccessful, but there are a few promising