2022

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Don’t Delay When It Comes To Worker’s Compensation Claims

28 June 2022
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Getting injured while performing a task for work can be physically, mentally, and emotionally traumatic. Not only must you suffer from the injury, but you also have to worry about losing your pay while you recover. In almost every state it is required that employers maintain worker's compensation insurance to cover these injuries. However, it isn't always as simple as filing a claim. Here is a bit about what to expect when you must use worker's comp medical insurance. Read More …

What Your Child’s Doctor Wants You To Know About Vitamin D Deficiency

9 May 2022
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When it comes to children, it is easy not to notice a vitamin deficiency. In fact, Vitamin D deficiency is very common in both children and adults in the United States. Even kids who spend time outside in the sun may be told by their pediatric doctor that they have a deficiency. Do you think your child might have a Vitamin D deficiency? There are a few things you need to know about this condition and what you should do. Read More …

Why You Should Seek Support When You’ve Been Diagnosed With Cancer

22 March 2022
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If you have recently been diagnosed with cancer, you might be looking into things like the best doctors to seek treatment from. What you might not have looked into yet is how to get support during this difficult time. It's a good idea to seek support when you've been diagnosed with cancer for the following reasons. There Is Support Out There First of all, as someone who might have never been diagnosed with cancer before, you might not realize that there are excellent support options out there for people in your situation. Read More …

FAQs About Getting Your First MRI

12 January 2022
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An MRI scan is a pretty powerful, helpful imaging test that allows doctors to see the internal structures of your body. Your doctor might send you for an MRI if they suspect you have cancer or a benign growth in one of your organs, or if you have a soft tissue injury in one of your joints. If this is your first time getting an MRI, then naturally, you may be pondering some of the questions below. Read More …