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Take the leap: Join a CPR Course today!

With growing awareness about healthcare, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR courses as they are known are gaining popularity all across the developed world. Heart Disease is a silent killer and when one needs this kind of help, you never know. 437 more words

American Heart Association

Friday Freebie: Winner Dinners and Recipes

This blog began as a chronicle of a nurse and pharmacist’s journey to fight debt disease, specifically Sallie Mae.

The focus was intended to be on finance with a medical twist. 637 more words

Frugal Foodie

Keeping Medical Records Costs Down.

Defeating The Medical Records Paper Copy Scam, by Max Kennerly, Esq., Litigation and Trial Blog (with hat tip to Evan Schaeffer, The Trial Practice Tips Blog! 206 more words

Litigation

Resources for lab test information

On March 19th, I posted an article regarding information about kidney tests/kidney health from the American Diabetes Association (ADA) (http://www.diabetes.org). I am glad that some of you submitted comments indicating the information was helpful. 149 more words

Information

Nerve Taping?!

Nerve taping? That sounds odd doesn’t it?  Can you really tape a nerve?  No… silly!  Your nerves are too deep to tape, but you can tape the tissue around it!   278 more words

Informative

Integrated Health Care Delivery Systems: “The Wave of the Future?”

Health care delivery is undergoing a major change in the United States, and it is happening with little fanfare, due to the fervent debate over the viability of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). 152 more words

News

Sleep Problems

Insomnia (difficulty sleeping)

What is insomnia?

Insomnia is the prolonged and usually abnormal inability to obtain adequate sleep. Sleep problems can either be difficulty falling asleep of difficulty staying asleep (also known as restlessness). 1,133 more words

Care Provider