What is Degenerative Disk Disease?

After age 40, most people experience some level of spinal degeneration, which is when the cushioning that’s in your spine starts to wear away. There are treatment options available to help with pain and mobility, which requires finding a specialized spine surgeon in many cases.  Below are more details about degenerative disk disease and what

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How To Reduce Physician Burnout

There are numerous ways you can make your physicians’ work environment more pleasant, be mindful of mental health, and also, at the same time, improve productivity. One of your biggest priorities as a supervisor should be reducing the risk of burnout, which is especially high among health care providers.  There are ways you can creatively

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What to Know About Medicaid Eligibility

Medicaid is a way for people to get access to lower-cost health care. Often, it’s no cost to the person receiving the care. Medicaid can cover children and pregnant women as well as people with disabilities, some eligible low-income people, and elderly adults.  States manage Medicaid, so the requirements for eligibility can vary depending on

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What to Know About Taking Insulin

Insulin therapy is something many people have to rely on when they have diabetes. When you have diabetes, your body either doesn’t make enough insulin on its own, or you can’t use it properly. As a result, glucose builds up in your blood rather than moving into your cells. If you have too much glucose

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Understanding Autism

Our knowledge of autism has come a long way in the past decade, but there’s still a lot we don’t know. Unlike a condition like cerebral palsy that is usually due to an injury at birth, autism doesn’t have a definitive cause, or at least not one that we can pinpoint for sure. There’s more

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