Monthly Archives: April 2013

Health Care Reform is looming large – mostly

Health care reform is still a hot topic. They like it. They love it. They fear it. They hate it. There are very few in between reactions to this proposition. While it may well be the place to start to

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The merit based system

While a lot has been said about the 11 million illegal immigrants in the proposal by the Gang of 8, nothing has been said about the merit based point system.  This is business friendly, and hopefully both Republicans and Democrats

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Long-Term Complications of Infection after Birth

Complications of infections after birth may include the infection spreading to other parts of the body, and in the most serious cases could result in death. When infections occur in the mother or child after birth, it’s important that the medical staff

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What is fetal distress?

Put simply, fetal distress occurs when a baby becomes unwell or experiences abnormal problems within the uterus. It can happen during the term of the pregnancy or during labor itself. In many cases, fetus distress is caused by lack of

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Reasons for an Emergency C-section

There are numerous reasons an emergency C-section may be performed because of the mother’s or the child’s immediate medical needs. Failure to perform a surgical delivery when medical needs require it may be considered negligent. If it leads to injury,

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Understanding Guardianship in New York

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Financial Elder Abuse

  It is estimated that five million seniors fall victim to financial abuse each year. Getting a more precise picture of the extent of the problem is difficult because many seniors are unaware that the financial abuse is taking place,

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Health insurance prices are a bit of a dog’s breakfast

You may well be confused about how health insurance policies are priced out. You may find the same policy on several different sites and get several different prices. This is just the way it works. The health insurance industry sets

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Exclusive Final Expense Leads Need To Be Purchased From a Company That Knows What It Is Doing

If you’re going to make your insurance business into a force to be reckoned with, you will only want to work with exclusive insurance leads of all kinds, and that includes exclusive final expense leads. Why exclusive when you could

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Former Illinois Restaurant Owner Awarded $2.1 Million in Medical Malpractice Case

A former Illinois restaurant owner has been awarded $2.1 million by a jury in a medical malpractice case over injuries he suffered during medical treatment after a motorcycle accident. The Milwaukee County, Wisconsin jury found that the doctor that treated

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