Nice Google Health photos

A few nice google health images I found:

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the (health) gang’s all here!
at Markle Foundation’s Personal Health Record conference. Peter Neupert, Microsoft; Ted Eytan, Group Health
Cooperative (Seattle); Paul Sheils, Aetna. And oh yes, we were all assembled to hear Adam Bosworth of Google.
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google flu trends 09
since i am going to tx later this month, maybe i should get that flu shot after all…
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Unfortunate Google Ads
Saw that on New York Times online. Didn’t know that breastfeeding was a disease that needed a treatment.

Virginia’s Health Insurance Marketplace -The Basics (Aug 15 2013)

Virginia’s Health Insurance Marketplace -The Basics (Aug 15 2013)

Cool Children Health Insurance images

Some cool children health insurance images:

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State Senator Joseph Crisco, left, welcomes to the podium Kèala Ott, a young patient with an emerging condition called Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorder Associated with Strepptococcal (PANDAS), at a Capitol press conference. Senator Crisco’s Insurance Committee had just completed an Informational forum on PANDAS at which physicians and affected family members reinforced the need for standardized testing, diagnostic procedures, and insurance coverage for PANDAS patients. (March 1, 2013)
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Sarah Palin does NOT Understand “Special Children”!
After tonight’s final debate between Obama and McCain, I could not stand it anymore to hear cloying praise for Sarah Palin, (McCain’s Vice-Presidential running mate) as "understanding special children". GIve me a break, her "special needs" child is only 6 months old, most of these months spent without the direct care of his mother because she is off on her political crusade.

This is one of the worst examples of "morality" I have ever seen, to sacrifice the needs of your child for a higher purpose of political gain in a pursuit for office. I’ve had two previous political compositions that question the new "FAMILY VALUES" that the Republicans now espouse. Since the Republicans co-opted the term "family values", we now see just how malleable this rallying term is: just having a "challenge" in your family is enough to identify you as "understanding"???

Points about the health care crisis in America:

1. That ,000 credit McCain proposes for a family towards purchasing health insurance assumes the family is wealthy enough to have the other ,000 (average health insurance plan for a family) to SPEND on health insurance.

2. Oh, does the family have a parent employed in a company that still provides a health insurance plan?

3. The full ,000 health plan covered by an employer that provides it is TAXABLE income. Thus, if your salary is ,000 a year gross pay, you will now be taxed on ,000 gross pay.

4. The McCain plan will do more to guarantee that fewer American companies will provide health insurance coverage.

5. The folks that do not NOW work for an employer that provides a health insurance plan are still SOL (sorry outta luck).

6. The idea that a family can just go out and find private insurance when a family has a family member who has a "pre-existing condition" is ludicrous. In the 12 years my family had NO health insurance because NO private insurer would cover us, my family had to stay at or below Poverty Level in order that my one son could have Medicaid.

7. The average plan in the few states that have health insurance for those with "pre-existing conditions" costs currently 0 to ,000 per month. So, how many families in this situation have that money to spend on health insurance?

8. That point about "taking your health plan with you" when you change jobs or change states when you move? Sure you can do this, only your premium skyrockets.

And finally, to my final frustration over the "sympathy" given to the Palin family for their baby with Down Syndrome: every educator and medical professional knows that the best chance for a positive future for a child born with a disability depends on the early years. There is no substitute for the care and nurturing a parent gives to this child from the start. Mrs. Palin has abandoned her five children in the pursuit of political ambition and is even using her family situation as a positive slant on her ability to understand the American people. Let me tell you I for one DO NOT ACCEPT this sick praise for Sarah Palin. It was offered tonight by both Obama and McCain and it is the last straw for me.

BTW, let’s see how well Palin’s family is doing in the next years when she is out of office, out of her current insurance coverage, and the cute baby has more obvious needs and challenges. This message has been brought to you by a mother of a child who still averages about ,000 per month for medical expenses after 29 years. Let the politicians ask ME to advise them on health care coverage and on the need for early childhood education and what needs to be fixed in American public schools. My son graduated from high school with a diploma because of the advocacy and hard work of he, his parents and his brothers. And it was very hard work, at great, great personal sacrifice to us all.

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Healthy Me Bicycling
Donghyeon Lee, 10 years old, 5th grade, Bellflower, CA, "Healthy Me Bicycling"

My neighbor, who is a 5-year old little girl, has had heart problems since birth and in pain frequently, but she isn’t able to get treatments for her heart because she doesn’t have any insurance to cover it. Her father is here studying and can’t afford to buy insurance. Whenever I see her, I feel sorry for her… I’d like to become a doctor and help the poor. – Donghyun Lee, 5th grade, Bellflower, CA

Health Insurance for College Students

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As your child prepares to head off to college, probably the last thing on his or her mind (and yours) is health insurance. But getting sick or injured away from home can be an unpleasant experience–more so if your child doesn’t know his or her health-care options. You’ll want to make sure that your child’s health insurance is in place before you pack up the car. There are basically two ways to insure your child’s health while at college: your family health plan or a health plan provided through the college.

Your family health plan

Most family health plans will cover your child until 20 to 24 years of age as a full-time student who’s still dependent on you, regardless of whether he or she lives at home. If you have a traditional indemnity plan (i.e., one that provides coverage no matter which doctor you choose), then your child should be able to see any doctor near campus, and your insurer should cover a certain percentage of the expenses as set forth in your plan. The situation is more complicated when you have a health maintenance organization (HMO) plan and your child’s college is not nearby. In this case, your child may need to schedule appointments with his or her primary care doctor during school breaks and other visits home. But it may be difficult or impossible for your child to visit his or her primary care doctor in an urgent situation.

If your child isn’t covered under your family health plan because he or she no longer fits the definition of a dependent child, your child may be eligible for coverage under the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA). This is an individual plan that’s based on the benefits in your group plan. Under COBRA, your child will be eligible for coverage up to 36 months.

The college health plan

The other option is for you to purchase health insurance coverage through your child’s college. Many colleges offer low-cost health plans for students that may even be less expensive than continuing coverage through your existing family plan. These health plans, though not as comprehensive as some policies, are usually enough to get by on, even if your child becomes seriously ill or has a major accident. The reason that these plans are less expensive than your own plan is the cap they place on total benefits paid (e.g., $ 250,000). Make sure that you know what the maximum benefit is and that you’re comfortable having coverage up to that limit.

The cost and level of coverage of college health plans can vary greatly from one school to the next. Plans are usually designed specifically for each individual college, and the health services available on campus and in the community often determine what coverage the college can offer. State laws may also play a significant role in the cost and level of coverage.

Questions for your college health plan

Because college health plans can vary widely in their coverage, you’ll want to consider the following questions before you sign your child up:

Is the plan an HMO, or can your child use any health provider?
What services are offered free or at low cost in the campus health center?
Is the campus health center open 24 hours? How is it staffed?
Are emergency-room visits covered in all situations or only in specific situations?
Does the plan cover your child when he or she is on vacation (e.g., spring break)?
Does the plan cover your child during the summer?
Are hospitals in the college area accessible and utilized?
Does the plan include mental health treatment?
What pre-existing conditions are excluded?
Are there deductibles and coinsurance to be paid?
What is the maximum benefit amount?

 

Health and safety first, than work

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Uncertain sickness and health issues are part and parcel of our daily routine. But what if it is for extended period? Suppose for a second, if one of your potential employees is sick or suffering from any health risk for a longer period of time, then what will you does? Ahan, don’t make airy guesses, now you need a health and safety policy to handle such situations.
Health and safety is of prime importance. Whether you are an employer or an employee, health and safety is called as life line for your organization. Suppose, you are jolting with sick and insecure employees, what will be the effect?  Off course, your business or organization will drop down. So, don’t take risk and just make a comprehensive health and safety policy for your potential employees so that you can take the real nectar of their skills and expertise.
What exactly this health and safety policy is?
Safety and being healthy is very much necessary at work places. It is a duty of an employer or an organization for which you are working for to make a standardized and up-to-date health and safety policy to handle health risks and sudden accidents which may destroy employee’s safety. Construction industry, mines, industries, workshops, factories and other businesses involve great amount of physical activities of their employees need health and safety policy to ensure a healthy and safe work place and to avoid such fatal accidents.
The policy is for all:
The health and safety policy depicts some common characteristics for all type of businesses. Although the nature of the policy varies according to the business nature, working mode, space, employee’s strength etc.
What the Health and Safety Act 2010says:
Health and Safety Act 2010 abide the employer for a complete surety of health, safety and care of its employees.  Furthermore, the health and safety Act 2010 (revised) says that:
A person conducting a business or undertaking must ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable,

That the health and safety of other persons is not put at risk from work carried out as part of the conduct of the business or undertaking.
the provision and maintenance of a work environment without risks to health and safety; and
the provision and maintenance of safe plant and structures; and
the provision and maintenance of safe systems of work; and
the safe use, handling, storage and transport of plant, structures and substances; and
the provision of adequate facilities for the welfare at work of workers in carrying out work for the business or undertaking, including ensuring access to those facilities; and
the provision of any information, training, instruction or supervision that is necessary to protect all persons from risks to their health and safety arising from work carried out as part of the conduct of the business or undertaking; and
that the health of workers and the conditions at the workplace are monitored for the purpose of preventing illness or injury of workers arising from the conduct of the business or undertaking.
a worker occupies accommodation that is owned by or under the management or control of the person conducting the business or undertaking; and
the occupancy is necessary for the purposes of the worker’s engagement because other accommodation is not reasonably available,

The person conducting the business or undertaking must, so far as is reasonably practicable, maintain the premises so that the worker occupying the premises is not exposed to risks to health and safety. A self-employed person must ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, his or her own health and safety while at work.

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Cool About Health images

Check out these about health images:

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IT ISN’T ABOUT HEALTH–IT’S ABOUT CONTROL FREAKS…
NAZI GERMANY MADE NON-SMOKING A HIGH PRIORITY DURING THE 1930S.
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I couldn’t find any carrots !! … The 400 Blows (1959) …item 2.. Moody Blues – Isn’t Life Strange …item 4.. ‘Art of Protection’ enlightens about sexual health (Apr. 9, 2014) …
The 400 Blows (French: Les Quatre Cents Coups) is a 1959 French film directed by François Truffaut. The English title is a straight translation of the French but misses its meaning, as the French title refers to the expression "faire les quatre cents coups", which means "to raise hell".

One of the defining films of the French New Wave, it displays many of the characteristic traits of the movement. The story revolves around Antoine Doinel, an ordinary adolescent in Paris, who is thought by his parents and teachers to be a trouble maker.

The film is among the top ten of the BFI list of the 50 films you should see by the age of 14.
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Uno dei finali più belli della storia del cinema! I 400 colpi (Les 400 coups) un film di François Truffaut. con Jean-Pierre Léaud, Claire Maurier, Albert Rémy, Jeanne Moreau – Francia 1959.

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Moody Blues – Isn’t Life Strange
Moody Blues – Isn’t Life Strange
Moody Blues – Isn’t Life Strange
Moody Blues – Isn’t Life Strange

Isnt life strange
A turn of the page
Can read like before
Can we ask for more?
Each day passes by
How hard man will try?
The sea will not wait
You know it makes me want to cry, cry, cry –

Wished I could be in your heart
To be one with your love
Wished I could be in your eyes
Looking back there you were, and here we are.

Isnt love strange
A word we arrange
With no thought or care
Maker of despair
Each breath that we breathe
With love we must weave
To make us as one
You know it makes me want to cry, cry, cry –

Wished I could be in your heart
To be one with your love
Wished I could be in your eyes
Looking back there you were, and here we are.

Isnt life strange
A turn of the page
A book without light
Unless with love we write;
To throw it away
To lose just a day
The quicksand of time
You know it makes me want to cry, cry, cry –

Wished I could be in your heart
To be one with your love
Wished I could be in your eyes
Looking back there you were:

Alchemy, Astral Projection, Astronomy, Atlantis, Avatars, Awakening (Awakened), Ayurveda, Channeling, Chi, Christ Consciousness, Consciousness Exploration, Conspiracies, Cosmic Consciousness, Doppelgangers, Dream Yoga, Dreams, Dreamwork, Electronic Voice Phenomena, Emphathy, Energy Healing, Energy Work, Enlightenment, Esoteric, ESP, Evolution, Extraterrestrials, Feng Shui, Forests, Gaia Hypothesis, Gnosis, God, Goddess, Healing, Herbs, Hidden Knowledge, Hypnosis, Indigos, Inner-Peace, John Ryan Haule, Kabbalah, Kashmir Shaivism, Kundalini, Lemuria, Light Worker, Love, Lucid Dreaming, Meditation, Mediumship, Mental and Spiritual Healing, Metaphysical Phenomena, Metaphysics, Mind Reading, Moksha, Mountains, Music, NDE, Near-Death Experiences, New Age, Nirvana, Numerology, OBEs, Occult, Ouija Boards, Out-of-Body Experiences, Paranormal, Parapsychology, Past-Lives, Personal Transformation, Phenomenology, Philosophy, Pleiades, Positive Thinking, Prana, Psychedelics, Psychology & Counseling, Qabalah, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Physics, Raves, Reiki, Reincarnation, Remote Viewing, Robert Monroe, Samadhi, Santeria, Seances, Self-Help, Self-Realization, Shakti, Shaktipat, , Shamanism, Soul Travel, Spiritism, Spiritualism, Spirituality, Surat Shabd Yoga, Tantra, Tarot, Telepathy, The Law of Attraction, The Monroe Institute, The Secret, Tibet, Twin Flames, Unexplained Mysteries, Universalism, Vedanta, Visionary Art, Yoga

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You know, I have a simple need…to sign onto this site and admire other peoples photographs. I have been doing this for a couple of years and seen some amazing photos, but I do not understand why Flickr is doing what it is doing. It is no longer a pleasurable process to come here, it is frustrating and annoying.

You would have thought after the last saga that Flickr would have learnt more about customer service and the importance of only releasing a product when it is right. Sadly, as far as I can see they have failed…and failed as much as it is possible to fail.

I for one will be looking elsewhere, then keeping my fingers crossed that Flickrs owners never get their hands on any other company I use!

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None of these changes are things that users want.

We want the map back on the main photo page. We want to see the comments on the photo. We want to see more than two discussions listed on the main page of each group.

We want to be your customer not your product. Since announcing "here is no such thing really as professional photographers", Yahoo has pulled Flickr further away from its roots and closer to the pile of crap that caused it to lose their ground the email market, news, and everything else.

Give us Flickr pre-May 2013 and we’ll be happy customer, rather than unhappy products.
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20 million new sexually transmitted diseases, including 50,000 new HIV infections, occur every year. Every April, The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the United State’s government-run health protection agency, promotes STD awareness across the nation. Their month-long observance aims to enlighten the American people of the costs involved with poor sexual health—both fiscally and emotionally.

Florida State’s student wellness organization, Healthy Noles, took their expertise and knowledge about sexual well-being to Union Green on April 8, through the “Art of Protection.” Wednesday’s event, in partnership with the Women’s Student Union and CATFISH (Campus Action Team for the Improvement of Sexual Health), integrated the meaning of consent for both men and women preluding sexual activity and advised students on questions posed about sexual intercourse.

Chelsea Rollins, a Nutrition and Food Science graduate student and interim president of Healthy Noles, said she isproud to educate students on all aspects of health. She has been conscientious to the values of the group since the Fall of 2012, committing herself to a positive and fit lifestyle. An advocate against alcohol and drug abuse, harmful eating and exercise practices, and irresponsible sexual behaviors, she and other peer health educators of Healthy Noles strive to expose the realities and consequences of dangerous potential decisions that are made in college or later on life.

“A lot of students overlook and don’t know about the resources available to them,” Rollins said.

Although the on-campus Health and Wellness Center is a guaranteed source for guidance and support, Healthy Noles hold their events at other convenient landmarks, such as Union Green, twice a month. For further information and insight, workshops are held in the Student Services Building and speakers convene seminars at the Turnbull Conference Center regarding the various health-related themes of Healthy Noles. The sessions will embody Consent Awareness Week, from April 7 through April 11.

Being cognizant of how different levels of alcohol and other substance consumption affect the brain is essential to understanding safe sex. Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) is the amount of alcohol present in the blood. It is determined by how many milligrams of alcohol are present in 100 milliliters of blood and is relative to the number of drinks consumed to the number of hours drinking with consideration to body weight.

A 12 oz. beer contains 5 percent alcohol, while a 5 oz. glass of wine contains 12 percent alcohol, and a small shot glass of 1.5 oz. vodka contains as much as 40 percent alcohol. Inhibited judgment from substance intake can deter one from successfully using birth control.

According to the American College Health Association, of Spring 2013, 16.7 percent of sexually active FSU college students reported using (or reported their partner used) emergency contraception (“morning after pill”) within the last 12 months and 1.6 percent of college students who had vaginal intercourse within the last 12 months reported experiencing an unintentional pregnancy or got someone pregnant within the last 12 months.

Healthy Nole’s next event, Fresh and Fit Fair, will be held Thurs., April 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Union Green. The purpose of the event is to encourage clean eating and will provide tips on recipes without harsh and unnatural ingredients. There will be multiple booths and free lunch for all who attend. If you would like to become a peer health educator, recruitment will take place in the Fall. Further information can be found on healthpromotion.fsu.edu or facebook.com/healthynoles.
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Health and Money: Disability Insurance

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I asked Kristi (a 32 year old woman who suffers from an extremely rare, serious and disabling neuromuscular disease called Stiff-Person Syndrome (SPS), as well as Myasthenia Gravis and Gastroparesis) while I had her on the phone, “If she knew then, what she knows now, what would she do differently?” One of the first things she said was to make sure everyone had disability insurance.

No one wants to think about being disabled, however, the reality is one third of all American’s between the ages of 35 and 65 will become disabled for more than 90 days, according to the American Council of Life Insurers.

What’s worse is that one in seven workers will be disabled for more than five years. This is not normally caused by a freak accident, most of the time it is caused by illness.

Disability insurance replaces a portion of your income if you become disabled and are not able to work. Check with your employer, they usually offer a group plan that will replace up to 60% of you salary. Supplemental plans and individual policies will usually cover more. Benefits usually last for a set number of years or until you reach retirement age.

Long-term disability plans vary quite a bit. Some are wonderful and pay benefits when you need them. Others are very difficult to work with. Usually this is tied to the amount you pay for the premium monthly. Some of the cheaper ones you may inevitably find worthless.

If you are employed, you should find out if your employer provides long-term disability insurance. Then, take a good look at the policy and see if it is enough. Many group plans have a benefit cap of $ 5,000 per month or $ 60,000 per year. See what percentage of your salary it will cover, bonuses do not always make the cut. Also, check the length of time they will cover your salary, usually it is limited (i.e. two years, five years, etc.).

Many of you may be asking, what is the difference between short-term and long-term disability? Short-term disability is also known as sick leave. This starts as soon as you are unable to work, due to illness, injury or the birth of a child.

In California, employers are required to offer 52 weeks of short-term disability.

Long-term insurance starts as soon as your short-term disability runs out. However, there are no state laws requiring employers to provide long-term disability benefits.

If you decide to purchase an individual long-term disability plan, or to supplement your employer’s plan, find out how much short-term disability coverage you have.

If you are self-employed or not covered by your employer, you will want to look into purchasing an individual plan. Even if you are covered, you will want to check your coverage and consider supplementing.

Hopefully Kristie’s advice will spur some of you on to look into Disability Insurance. Medical expenses are the number one reason people file for bankruptcy in the United States. I know Kristie does not want you to become another statistic.

Now is the time to prepare for the unexpected. Please take the time to read Kristie’s story (http://www.carepages.com/carepages/KristieTunick/patient, you have to register, but it is easy and free). She needs your help now more than ever.

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