Monthly Archives: November 2011

Cardiac bypass surgery: a patient’s experience

After 22 years of working on medical and nursing malpractice cases, I’ve learned that that you should take every opportunity to stack the odds in your favor. My husband’s Medicare card permits him to get medical care anywhere in the … Continue reading

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Portion sizes and weight loss

If you would like to lose a little bit of weight, it could be easier then you might think without having to follow a strict diet. Before you start any strict diets, you should try to make simple changes in … Continue reading

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Cataract Surgery: Under the Knife

The waiting Two days ago at this time I was waiting to be called into the same day surgery area of a major eye hospital in a major city. I checked out my paperwork and saw I had a diagnosis … Continue reading

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Traumatic brain injury: how common?

There are many ways that closed head injuries occur. They can be caused by a blow to the head in a workplace accident, a car accident, a fight, a fall, and many other ways. According to the CDC (Center for … Continue reading

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Jeffrey Gitomer talks about health

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