Archive for the ‘Health’ Category

Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Exploring New Heights With Pat Basu

Saturday, November 9th, 2019

Cancer Treatment Centers of America offers adult patients a plan that follows their exact symptoms and analyzation of their own unique DNA sequencing. The center’s direct collaborations with other organizational leaders play a significant role in their executive structure. Watch this video about CTCA on Youtube. Following this adherence to providing ‘comprehensive’ outpatient cancer treatment […]

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Dr. Richard Shinto’s Path To InnovaCare Health

Thursday, March 22nd, 2018

Dr. Richard Shinto is a man of many accomplishments. Better known as Rick Shinto M.D., he’s worked hard to get to where he is today. Currently, he’s the CEO and President of InnovaCare Health Solutions, LLC. While he’s most known for his work with InnovaCare, he’s also the CEO of MMM Healthcare Inc.   Backing […]

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Scientists Discover Drinking 3-4 Cups of Coffee a Day May Have Health Benefits

Monday, December 4th, 2017

Going for a diet and healthier lifestyle as we head into the holidays? Don’t give that coffee up just yet. Scientists at the University of Southhampton’s Robin Poole led a series of over 200 studies surrounding coffee and its effects on the human body. According to their findings, most coffee drinkers who enjoy 3 to […]

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USHEALTH Group Promotes Customer Service and Dedication to Customers

Monday, September 4th, 2017

It is somewhat unusual for a company that offers insurance to be as dedicated to customer service as what USHEALTH Group is, but they know that they are able to provide people with the things that they need through the opportunities that they have for success. They have always done their best to ensure that […]

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The Copa Star Hospital: An Extraordinary Place to Recover

Friday, December 16th, 2016

The Copa Star Hospital provides luxurious accommodations to patients. The hospital network initiating this new paradigm is called the D’Or network, and they already own 22 different hospitals in areas around Brazil. The new Copa Star hospital is now one of the most modern buildings in the entire country. Jorge Moll, who is a founding […]

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Activity Trackers Reduce Activity, Study Shows

Saturday, October 15th, 2016

Activity trackers like the Fitbit are incredibly popular due to their ability to accurately measure the extent of their wearers’ movements. Many people treat their trackers as integral components of their fitness routines by, for example, setting goals of exceeding a certain number of steps per day. They might be dismayed to learn that their […]

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We Are Not Helping Addicts by Teaching Them to View Addiction as a Disease

Wednesday, July 1st, 2015

Addiction takes a terrible toll on the family and friends of an addict. The problem becomes even larger when we look at all the millions of addicts in society when we consider drugs, alcohol and smoking. These are addictions that have a powerful physiological effect on people, and then there are behavioral addictions such as […]

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Bulletproof Coffee is Unlike Any Other Drink on the Market

Monday, May 11th, 2015

You have probably never thought of adding butter to your morning coffee brew, but biohacker Dave Asprey has created a massive health movement, doing just that. Asprey calls his yummy concoction Bulletproof coffee, a drink inspired by a trip he took to Nepal and Tibet in 2004. While learning how to mediate deep within the […]

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Are You Ready for Virtual Doctor Visits?

Friday, May 1st, 2015

Visiting your doctor may be much easier in the near future, with tele-medicine becoming an increasingly popular trend. Doctor visits via video will soon replace many in-office visits, saving resources for the health care system, doctors, and patients. One of the largest health care companies in the country, United Health Care announced their partnership with […]

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