Monthly Archives: January 2016

Fatty Liver Diet Do’s And Don’ts

In her book, "Fatty Liver Diet Guide", veteran liver nurse, Dorothy Spencer, states, "There is in fact little difference between the regular diet between healthy people and fatty liver patients. The main point is to reduce the fat content and encourage the body to fully utilize the calories for energy so that there will be… Read More »

HIPAA 5010 Implementation for Medical Billing

HIPAA 5010 was adopted to replace the current version of the standard that covered entities must use when conducting electronic transactions. Version 4010 is currently being used under HIPAA standards. Although HIPAA version 5010 gets much less attention than ICD-10 medical codes,it is just as important and physicians, medical practices and other health providers, should… Read More »

Gel Nails – Protecting Your Nails From Overexposure to Chemicals and Allergic Reactions

Our body is composed of chemicals and so are our nails. In addition, our daily routine exposes us to chemicals at home, at our workplace, on the streets in the form of smoke, dust and virtually in all the products that we use. Used in proportion chemicals like creams, sprays and so on protect our… Read More »

101 Ways To Tell If He Is Right For You – A True Checklist That Will Show You If He’s The One!

Not sure if this guy is right for you? Is it hard to tell if he is really meant to be with you? Can’t figure out if this guy is the type that will give you everything you want? Don’t know if this man has everything that he should to be right for you? If… Read More »

Fine Arts Reproductions – Best Example Of Dedication Towards Art

There is a common belief with respect to art that genuine things get better with the passage of the time. World famous artists are immortal through their creations. To name a few Leonardo Vinci, Van Gogh, Raphael, Monet etc. The artifice did not confine with their ages, but this field has always been in progress… Read More »

Differences in Personality, Intelligence and Education in Relationships

Mismatched couples come in many forms that produce varying levels of incompatibility. They include differences in personalities, levels of intelligence and education. Commonly, people fall in love and ignore these common signs of incompatibility even though they may be visible early in the relationship. Many years may go by before the extent of the mismatch… Read More »

Why Should We Maintain Good Lymph Circulations Against Toxins?

Lymphatic System in your body The lymphatic system is a complex network of conduits and nodes that carry a fluid called lymph. Lymph is a clear to yellowish watery fluid which formed in between cells of the body. This watery fluid travels in the lymph channels, through various lymph glands and eventually drains into the… Read More »

10 Steps to Effective Communication

At the root of any successful leader is a strong ability to communicate. Sure, there have been leaders who have ascended into the highest positions and not had that skill, but they likely did not last long. This point was illustrated recently as I listened to a NPR program about the failure of the big… Read More »

5 Essential Medical Machines Used in Hospitals

Today, medical equipment technology is advancing at increasingly rapid speeds, in large part because of the advent of computer technology just a few decades ago. But despite this, some of the most common and essential pieces of medical machinery still in use today had their origin in pre-computer times. Here are 5 of the top… Read More »