How to cut your homeowners insurance premium in half
It worked for my family and it could work for yours Every so often, my family examines our fixed expenses with an eye on savings. One of our biggest wins was a successful appeal of our property tax bill. Then, unexpectedly, we found a way to cut our homeowners insurance in half. That's right. In half. Before we tell you how we did it, let's go over some steps you can take to lower your insurance premiums SHOP AROUND We're all for loyalty,…
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Baton Rouge cataract surgeons provide a detailed list of 10 things every patient should know about cataracts.
10 BEST Optical Illusions That Will Blow Your Mind
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Organ Transplantation: 7 Surprising And Inspiring Things You Should Know
(NAPSI)—For people on the transplant waiting list, returning to health is a real and remarkable possibility. In fact, more than 90 Americans get another chance at life every day thanks to organ donors. How many of these inspiring facts about donation and transplantation in the U.S. do you know?
Why we will no longer be a welcoming church
We’ve decided to quit being a welcoming church. No kidding. We’re giving it up. Like so many congregations, we’ve sunk an amazing amount of time and energy into becoming a welcoming church. We changed worship styles, trained greeters and ushers, wore name tags, brewed coffee, went to workshops on hospitality and put our friendliest people …
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Medical errors kill enough people to fill four jumbo jets a week. Surgeon Marty Makary on five simple ways the health-care system can be made safer.
U.S. organ transplant rules get an overhaul
The organ transplant community saw a transformation of the decadeslong system of allocating organs to patients based on geographic proximity.
Northwestern’s Hispanic Organ Transplant Program Dispels Organ Donor Myths
Success rates for organ transplantation have grown through the years, but disparities impacting communities of color remain. A Northwestern Medicine transplant surgeon is providing care curated specifically for the Latino community.
UK and USA are changing laws to maximise organ transplantation: How about Kenya?
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The UCHealth hospital system in Colorado says unvaccinated patients won't be eligible for an organ transplant, citing the "significant risk the virus poses to transplant recipients."
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Transplants could also become more equitable with the University of Minnesota's Organ and Tissue Preservation Center innovations.
Live HIV to HIV organ transplants
New hope for those living with HIV. Being HIV positive can lead to organ failure over time. Until recently, many HIV patients had little to no chance of getting an organ transplant. But a transplant doctor got busy and changed the rules.
Organ Transplants Down As Stay-At-Home Rules Reduce Fatal Traffic Collisions
Motor vehicle deaths are typically the biggest source of donor organs nationwide. But as the coronavirus forced most Californians indoors, traffic crashes and other lethal mishaps declined.
How Cost Effective is LASIK Surgery?
Baton Rouge LASIK surgeons explore the cost effectiveness of LASIK for Baton Rouge patients.
'Lung In A Box' Keeps Organs Breathing Before Transplants
For decades, doctors have transported donor organs chilled on ice in a plain old cooler. But a company is trying to come up with a better way to carry the lifesaving organs. The experimental machines keep hearts beating and lungs moving outside the body.
UTEP graduation: Four organ transplants help student overcome health problems, get degree
El Paso woman had four organ transplants as she overcame years of health problems to get degree at UTEP spring commencement this weekend
How Covid created a crisis of organ transplants
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Why This New Bionic Heart Doesn’t Beat
Scientists are on the brink of creating a bionic heart to replace organ transplants.
U.S. Proposes New Rules to Increase Organ Transplants
The United States government is proposing new rules to increase organ transplants.
US proposes new rules to increase organ transplants
WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. government proposed new rules Tuesday to increase organ transplants — steps to make it easier for the living to donate...
How well do COVID-19 vaccines protect after an organ transplant?
A study is raising questions about how well the COVID-19 vaccines protect organ transplant patients who take drugs that suppress their immune systems.
How well do COVID vaccines protect after organ transplant?
A new study raised questions about how well COVID-19 vaccines protect organ transplant recipients — and what precautions people with suppressed immune systems should take after the shots. Vaccines …
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Organ Transplant Waiting List Skyrockets, Learn How You Can Help
Hundreds in the Central Valley now know the desperate plea from those in need an organ transplant, after a forum Tuesday in fresno.A Registered Nurse, who is used to helping people heal, is now in need of help herself.Mary-Margaret Foxon relies on photographs to feel the love anytime from her children and grandchildren."Look, they colored, and went to restaurants," she says, as she points to a photo album with her granddaughter and grandson, who live in Arizona.This is the easiest way for her...