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Urgent Care: Healthcare’s Missing Puzzle Piece

Healthcare in America has consistently left a bad taste in the nation’s collective mouths. From the steep costs to the lack of care quality and even the lack of speed, healthcare has been missing something vital for quite some time. With the recent boom of the urgent care industry, it seems as if healthcare has

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Signs That Your Child May Have An Allergy

If you’re a sufferer, fall allergies can be the bane of human existence.  The Center for Disease Control estimates that 50 million Americans are at the mercy of some type of allergen.  Seasonal allergies occur when the immune system has a grudge against a particular protein and commits an all-out assault to eliminate the substance

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Medicaid Turns 49 & Jackson Heights begins to HEAL

Medicaid celebrated an anniversary just over a month ago. A 49th Anniversary, that for more than 49 million Americans, is something to truly commemorate. Back on July 30th, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law a historic program. One that would save the lives of millions of low-income families, disabled, aged, and vulnerable citizens.

urgent-care-missing-puzzle-piece

Urgent Care: Healthcare’s Missing Puzzle Piece

Healthcare in America has consistently left a bad taste in the nation’s collective mouths. From the steep costs to the lack of care quality and even the lack of speed, healthcare has been missing something vital for quite some time. With the recent boom of the urgent care industry, it seems as if healthcare has

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I’ll Have a Coffee: America’s ‘Sweet’heart

It’s 2 pm. Do you know where your cup of coffee is? Coffee is the most imported product into the United States and the second most valuable commodity behind oil, making it safe to say we as a species enjoy a cup of joe. The US spends about $40 billion on coffee each year, with

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Babies and Sunscreen: What You Need to Know

Sunscreen is important — it keeps us safe from the harmful rays of the sun.  Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer by a huge margin.  Melanoma, the deadliest form of skin cancer, is steadily becoming an epidemic among young adults aged 15 – 39.  Sun safety and skin cancer prevention should be

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Child with Allergy

Signs That Your Child May Have An Allergy

If you’re a sufferer, fall allergies can be the bane of human existence.  The Center for Disease Control estimates that 50 million Americans are at the mercy of some type of allergen.  Seasonal allergies occur when the immune system has a grudge against a particular protein and commits an all-out assault to eliminate the substance

Child with Allergy

Signs That Your Child May Have An Allergy

If you’re a sufferer, fall allergies can be the bane of human existence.  The Center for Disease Control estimates that 50 million Americans are at the mercy of some type of allergen.  Seasonal allergies occur when the immune system has a grudge against a particular protein and commits an all-out assault to eliminate the substance

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Coast through Camp without a Care: Summer Camp Tips for Parents

Summer camp season is upon us. From catching frogs to campfire sing-a-longs, summer camp is the perfect home away from home, where homework is taboo and s’mores are a daily necessity. But, before you start packing those swim goggles and camera, parents should be wary of a few things. Injuries, bug bites, ticks, allergens, harmful

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How to Talk with Your Doctor

Planning Your Doctor Visit A Partnership How well you talk with your doctor  is one of the most important parts of getting good health care. Unfortunately, talking with your doctor isn’t always easy. In the past, the doctor typically took the lead and the patient followed. Today, a good patient-doctor relationship is a partnership. You

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Medicaid Turns 49 & Jackson Heights begins to HEAL

Medicaid celebrated an anniversary just over a month ago. A 49th Anniversary, that for more than 49 million Americans, is something to truly commemorate. Back on July 30th, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law a historic program. One that would save the lives of millions of low-income families, disabled, aged, and vulnerable citizens.

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Green Thumbs For a Worthy Cause

I have always wanted to be a carpenter.  There is something immensely satisfying about working with your hands and seeing the fruits of your labor.  Or better yet, knowing that your handiwork brings joy to the lives of others.  They say it’s never too late to chase your dreams.  With that in mind, I embarked

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Medicaid Turns 49 & Jackson Heights begins to HEAL

Medicaid celebrated an anniversary just over a month ago. A 49th Anniversary, that for more than 49 million Americans, is something to truly commemorate. Back on July 30th, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law a historic program. One that would save the lives of millions of low-income families, disabled, aged, and vulnerable citizens.

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Medicaid Turns 49 & Jackson Heights begins to HEAL

Medicaid celebrated an anniversary just over a month ago. A 49th Anniversary, that for more than 49 million Americans, is something to truly commemorate. Back on July 30th, 1965, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law a historic program. One that would save the lives of millions of low-income families, disabled, aged, and vulnerable citizens.

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Spring is here!

5 Tips To Transition From The Winter Blues To Sunny Spring

It’s supposedly Spring time in New York, but it sure doesn’t feel that way. At least not consistently yet. That makes it much harder for everyone to really kick those winter blues and get our bodies ready for warm weather. We can’t promise these tips will produce the heat we’ve been craving, but we know

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Doctor Talk

How to Talk with Your Doctor

Planning Your Doctor Visit A Partnership How well you talk with your doctor  is one of the most important parts of getting good health care. Unfortunately, talking with your doctor isn’t always easy. In the past, the doctor typically took the lead and the patient followed. Today, a good patient-doctor relationship is a partnership. You

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