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Somewhat Ridiculous Lawsuit Against Healthpoint Regarding Would Care Drug/Ointment Medicaid Reimbursements by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 02 Apr 2011 10:39pm Xenaderm has been around since the 70s and the problem here with the billing is that prescriptions were written for the product so Medicare and Medicaid would cover.  If you are not aware, many over the counter drugs are given prescription forms for those covered by Medicaid especially.  If a prescription is written, then the drug or treatment ... Read on »
Tummy Tuck in Malaysia – Yuck Tuck! by Dr. John D. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Thu 28 Oct 2010 7:30am People are going to third world countries for plastic surgery. The reason is cost. It is cheap there. At the minimum, the cost of the hidden price is frequently mediocre (or lower quality) work. Sometimes there is tragedy. This one falls under the category of sloppy work or a “Yuck Tuck.” A tummy tuck shouldn’t have a deep crea ... Read on »
The Tummy Tuck vs. the Mini Tummy Tuck by tummytuck Posted Tue 14 Aug 2012 7:07am If you have been considering undergoing a tummy tuck procedure, you are likely aware that there are two main types of tummy tuck procedures available: the full tummy tuck and the mini tummy tuck. To put it very simply, the main difference between the full tummy tuck and the mini tummy tuck is that the full tummy tuck in San Francisco tightens u ... Read on »
What the Tuck?! Behind the Pure Barre Tuck. by LittleMissRunshine Posted Tue 02 Apr 2013 5:50am Yesterday was day 1 of the  Pure Barre Boston  spring challenge of attending 20 classes in 30 days.  My first class back to the barre was with Megan who I had a class with  one other time  and loved it.  She had great attention to detail with her students and a clear enthusiasm.  I was pretty pumped that she even called out Kristina and I in cl ... Read on »
Thursday - 7/6/07 p.m. --trip for ICRS Conference by Lisa C. Posted Mon 03 Nov 2008 8:56pm Thirty minutes later and I'm still sitting on the bench. The driver tells me he'll take me to another shuttle. He walks me around a block and points me to the shuttle area. I say, "You think I can push that cart of 150 pounds of luggage okay?" and he smiles and says, "Oh yeah, no problem." I look at him skeptically. I can just see the top bag f ... Read on »
Oh it was a big day by Laurey Masterton Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm Okay. The END of the story is, I'm fine. Now - the story. I fell today. And I wrecked my bike. And, remember the beginning, I am fine. See, it was hot this morning but sort of cloudy and looking like it might rain and looking like it might get cold EVEN THOUGH the weather report said it was going to just get warmer than th ... Read on »
Travel Health Warning Following Earthquake In Haiti by ViaMedica Posted Wed 27 Jan 2010 12:00am The Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) recommends that Canadians avoid all non-essential travel to Haiti following a major earthquake. Recommendations Avoid all nonessential travel to Haiti. If you must travel to Haiti; The following vaccines are required with a certificate of immunization: Hepatitis A + B Influen ... Read on »
Amputee Survival Strategies: A 35-Year Perspective by jothyr Posted Thu 14 Feb 2008 12:00am Part I: Everyday Life Strategies by Jothy Rosenberg Who am I to be writing this? I lost my right leg when I was 16 from osteosarcoma. I ended up with a very short stump. The cancer re-occurred when I was 19 causing me to lose 2/5 of my lungs when the cancer metastasized but chemotherapy worked and I have been free and clear since then. N ... Read on »
JennySue Makeup's :: 7 Classic Makeup and Beauty Products by Jenny Sue .. Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 12:00am When I think of a classic beauty, only one actress pops directly into my mind - Michelle Pfieffer. This woman has a perfectly symmetrical face and has aged so gracefully (she's 50 years old!!! no joke). She actually seems to get more beautiful with age. I don't care if she has had any nips, tucks, or other surgical help. What ... Read on »
Remember Me?? by Anne Posted Wed 21 Apr 2010 12:00am Hey guys, Remember me? The girl who got injured and reinjured and after months and months just got fed up and bitter. BUT, I finally have the first potential good news after 5 months! So, quick background: the doctors think I either have a hip problem, like a torn labrum, or a sports hernia. Either of these problems prob need surgery, si ... Read on »