Archive for the 'Health Insurance' Category

How can I Strengthen abs Without Back Pain?

Posted in Health Insurance on June 7th, 2012 by Lance

Hi. I love to exercise and am trying to get great abs. However, my backbone is hurting. Maybe I’m not doing my abdominal exercises correctly. How do you get nice obliques, etc. without harming your back? Read more »

What Is Thrush?

Posted in Health Insurance on May 7th, 2012 by Lance

Thrush is a fungal infection that is common in people with HIV — the human immunodeficiency virus. People with HIV are usually placed on oral antibiotics to help their compromised immune systems fight infection. Read more »

Tips for Taking Meds

Posted in Health Insurance on April 26th, 2012 by Lance

Children should not suck or chew medications, especially aspirin, as they may erode teeth and irritate gums. Try grinding medications in favorite foods, like yogurt, applesauce or peanut butter. Read more »

When to Call the Doctor

Posted in Health Insurance on April 10th, 2012 by Lance

Prompt diagnosis is the best defense again rheumatic fever. Remember, rheumatic fever is closely related to strep throat.
Be sure to call your doctor … Read more »

Pack Your Own Pillowcase

Posted in Health Insurance on April 2nd, 2012 by Lance

While some factors that promote illness while traveling are often unavoidable, such as climate changes and altered sleep patterns, one measure you can take toward protecting your immune system is bringing along your own pillowcase. Read more »

Time to vote

Posted in Health Insurance on February 14th, 2012 by Lance

Penny, Erin, Jake, Ken, and Shii Ann all voted for Stephanie.

Stephanie and Robb voted for Shii Ann.

Robb, in a classic speech, “Sorry girl. You get on my nerves and I don’t like being around you. Nothing personal.” Read more »

Wright ?ationalized

Posted in Health Insurance on February 8th, 2012 by Lance

You’re giving a referral, basically, just like you would recommend a movie that you saw or a play that you saw and that you enjoyed. You’re telling them that you had that experience, and you’re telling them about the experience that you had with this product, and that’s why it would work. And if you don’t know of [any] experience, you can do some research into the historical uses, and they need to rely on the historical uses. Read more »

Did Bush Enact a Patient Protection Law in Texas

Posted in Health Insurance on December 29th, 2011 by Lance

Did Bush Enact a Patient Protection Law in Texas?

Gov. George W. Bush has been running television ads in a number of primary states saying that he is “A Reformer With Results.”

One of the results he points to is that, “Under Governor Bush, Texas enacted some of the most comprehensive patient protection laws in the nation.” Read more »

Are You Looking For Safer Medicine?

Posted in Health Insurance on December 9th, 2011 by Lance

The results of a Statistics Canada health survey completed in 1995 just recently published involving 17,000 Canadians, found that more than one-fifth of Alberta residents visit alternative health care practitioners. Read more »