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Miraculous Health Benefits of Dance

22nd June 2011
The miraculous health benefits of dance are available to men, women and children of all ages. Young or old, shy or outgoing, dance has something for everyone. For some, dance begins during childhood with ballet, expressive dance or tap classes. Teenagers ... Read >
Author: WebmasterIMC

Do You Need To Add a Modifier To One Of The Codes?

01st March 2011
Our center provides DXA screenings to some cancer patients. We have been getting denials from Medicare on those claims where we code both 77080 and 77081. Is it required to add a modifier to one of the codes? Well, it all depends on your payer whether y... Read >
Author: James Smith

Some Health Risks Of Being A Call Center Agent

15th December 2010
A call canter agent spends almost nine hours a day sitting in front of the computer. According to studies, 9 to 5 jobs can pose some risks to the health, particularly those that require graveyard shifts. Not only do they disrupt the body’s natural cycle, ... Read >
Author: Phillip Eastwood

The Dangerous Side Effects of Osteoporosis Medication

06th September 2010
Turn on any television channel and chances are there will be at least one commercial for osteoporosis medication. For many people, this is the only place they learn about this degenerative and potentially debilitating disease. It is a serious health probl... Read >
Author: susan01

Six Factors Affecting Children's Height

15th June 2010
Many parents pay close attention to the height as the baby born, especially the parents with a height not very high will fear of genetic and other factors influence their child's height. The experts find that the following six factors which affect the chi... Read >
Author: ystyles

How to stay Healthy in the Call Center Industry

19th May 2010
(Philippines)Recently health official reminded workers in Cebu's business process outsourcing (BPO) sector to be more mindful of their lifestyle choices following the release of a study that shows call center agents may be exposed to more health risks due... Read >
Author: Jaime H. Menor Jr.

Cellfood and pH Balance

07th May 2010
No research over the last decade has been more debatable, misunderstood, and inconclusive than that related to balancing our body pH. This area of study is more typically called the acid/alkaline balance. PH is a way of saying'power of hydrogen' and is me... Read >
Author: Brain William

How to Identify Low Human Growth Hormone Levels

23rd April 2010
Many people would be familiar with Human Growth Hormone (HGH) deficiency in children, but may not be aware that it can also affect adults. The Human Growth Hormone is released from the pituitary gland. The pituitary gland is located at the base of the bra... Read >
Author: alexanderHGH

Understanding the Many Benefits of Zumba

12th November 2009
Some individuals may think that Zumba is just another overhyped exercise program. Although, you could not understand that it genuinely took years to develop and is truly unique because of the variety of influences and original approach to exercising and d... Read >
Author: kayla

The Importance of Women's Friendships

07th September 2009
Copyright (c) 2009 Karin Marcus The special bond found in female friendships has proven to have tremendous benefits, psychologically, physically, and spiritually. Now is the perfect time to reinforce and celebrate those relationships. Sunday, September... Read >
Author: Karin Marcus

What is the Difference between Osteopenia and Osteoporosis?

13th August 2009
Osteopenia and osteoporosis are both conditions of decreased bone density. The difference between osteopenia and osteoporosis lies in the degree of severity. Osteopenia is defined as significant loss of bone mass. Generally, no symptoms are associated... Read >
Author: jgardner

What makes our bones grow?

08th August 2009
There are 206 bones in the human body, but this is not always the case. The number of our bones actually decreases as we get older as some of our individual bones fuse into a single segment. Bones serve a number of important functions - mainly the ability... Read >
Author: CL

Types of Exercise for Women over 40

21st July 2009
Exercise routines should be picked out according to age and particular demands. Women over 40 face particular challenges and their workout routines should include strength training, cardiovascular exercises and flexibility training to address all these ch... Read >
Author: Perry Permann

The best nutrition for pregnant women

06th December 2008
Pregnancy is a time when your body begins to undergo sudden and rapid changes. There was a time when mothers to be were advised to eat enough for two. Today, this advice is way off the mark because new research finds that in terms of quantity, pregnant mo... Read >
Author: Aliceshown

Epidural Steroid Injections For Temporary Lower Back Pain Relief

23rd October 2008
It is unfortunate but a great number of us will experience some lower back pain at some point in our lives. Although many of us may be able to control this pain through over-the-counter painkillers or perhaps some light physical therapy and bed rest, ther... Read >
Author: Dan Raymond
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