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Elder Abuse: Signs, Symptoms You Can Identify

06/14/2017
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The mistreatment of the aged is a societal ill that, sadly, is unlikely to be cured soon. The statistics tell the story. By 2025, the global population of seniors (defined as those age 60 and older) will reach 1.2 billion. Thirty years ago, that figure was 542 million. As the […]

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HR 1215 — Taking Rights Away from Americans

06/12/2017
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The House of Representatives is trying once again to get HR 1215 out and into the Senate to make it the law of the land. This is a really bad law that takes away rights of Americans. Call or write your congress people and tell them to vote NO on […]

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Insurance Confusion — Breast Cancer

06/8/2017
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We have all seen the catchy T-shirts for the Susan B. Komen walks “Protect the Tatas.”  Few adult diseases have received as much fund-raising attention as Breast Cancer, and for good reason. Did you know that according to Florida law, your insurer must pay for reconstructive surgery if the policy provides […]

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Elder Abuse: Awareness Day Aims To End It

06/2/2017
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Neglect of the elderly, an all-too-often occurrence in nursing homes and other community settings, will take center stage June 15, 2017, during World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. The day brings about a 24-hour period in which voices far and wide can express opposition to cruel actions targeting those too fragile […]

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What is the National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB)?

03/24/2016
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According to the NPDB website, it is an “electronic information repository created by Congress.  It contains information on medical malpractice payments and certain adverse actions related to health care practitioners, entities, providers, and suppliers.” Unfortunately, the reports containing this vital information, which are contained within this repository, are confidential and […]

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Prescription Drugs — Confusing names and sounds can be dangerous

12/8/2015
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Approximately 1.3 million people are injured annually in the United States due to medication errors by pharmacies.  The most common mistakes made by pharmacies include improper dose/quantity, wrong patient, or improper instructions on the vial.  The most common error involving medications was related to administration of an improper because medicine, […]

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When Life Comes Full Circle

08/10/2015
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Unless you have been a teacher, it might be hard to understand the beginning of this story, because when you are a high school teacher, kids fit into one of a few categories: The kids who are smart, work hard, are polite and respectful, turn in their homework, participate in […]

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Florida’s Pharmacies — Gatekeepers of Dangerous Prescription Drugs

08/4/2015
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Many Americans suffer from long term, chronic pain requiring intensive pain management.  Complex pain management is a recognized specialty, typically involving anesthesiologists trained in how to properly treat and manage chronic pain, including patients that require powerful narcotic medications.   The management involves detailed and thorough physical examinations, laboratory and radiologic […]

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