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Addressing the Opioid Crisis: Innovative Treatment Approaches

The opioid crisis has recently become one of the most significant public health challenges. Characterized by the misuse of prescription opioids and illicit drugs like heroin, this crisis has led to many overdose deaths and widespread social and economic consequences. Addressing this crisis requires innovative treatment approaches that go beyond traditional methods. Understanding the Opioid […]

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‘So, You’re Thinking of Becoming a Care Worker?’

The Covid pandemic shone a spotlight on the healthcare industry like never before, highlighting the need for more manpower to support our aging population. Even though the restrictions have now long been lifted, there is a more urgent need than ever for additional people to enter the care industry. And this trend is only set […]

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How to Prepare for a Medical Board Investigation

Receiving notice that the medical board is calling for an investigation can be a stressful and intimidating experience. It is important to stay calm and know that it is possible to prepare for such an event. This blog post will discuss what you should do if you receive notice of an investigation from the medical […]

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Sleeping Pill Addiction Treatment Guide

The commercial website has god information about sleeping pill addiction in the United States. Please read the article. Here are the opening paragraphs: Sleeping pills are sedatives that reduce stress, change the pace of your breathing, and help you sleep. They are most commonly used for insomnia or for those who have taken part […]

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Ways to Improve Patient Care in Your Hospital

Being admitted to the hospital is an anxiety-inducing experience. Patients feel fear as they are no longer in control of their circumstances, and they must entrust their lives into the hands of others. What happens to these patients will depend on the doctors and nurses who are providing their care. The quality of care that […]

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Why It’s Always Important to Check Reviews for Your New General Practitioner

Decades ago, going to a new doctor often involved asking relatives and friends for recommendations in the neighborhood. Now, in addition to speaking with people whom you know, you can go online to read reviews. You might not know anyone in the community to ask, or you may want additional perspectives. Reading reviews before choosing […]

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10 Suggestions for Maintaining Affordability of Health Care Services

A subject that is constantly addressed in all media today refers to health and well-being. We are at a time when a large part of the population is looking for products and services related to affordable health care, so it is important to be careful with the price we pay for those services, analyzing the […]

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Standing Yoga Poses to Strengthen Your Back

For some of us with bad backs, yoga can be a great way to gain strength and flexibility. The commercial website FitnessCrest has some good articles on yoga, including this one. Be sure to check with your doctor before beginning a yoga routine.

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Shady Doc: 4 Things to Look out for When Finding a Family Practitioner

When you’re looking for a family doctor, it can be difficult to know what to look for and what’s most important. You know you need someone that accepts your insurance, but beyond that, should you consider location or office hours? Gender or age? Here are four things you should definitely look for when you’re trying […]

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Thoughts on the American Drug and Medication Culture

This article is provided by Noah Rue. Noah is a writer, a digital nomad, and a graduate of the lessons of life (primary) and also the University of Idaho. These days, Noah teaches English as a second language in lovely Puerto Vallarta, Mexico and moonlights as a content strategist for an American based marketing company. The […]

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Bob Kraft

I am a Dallas, Texas lawyer who has had the privilege of helping thousands of clients since 1971 in the areas of Personal Injury law and Social Security Disability.

About This Blog

The title of this blog reflects my attitude toward those government agencies and insurance companies that routinely mistreat injured or disabled people. As a Dallas, Texas lawyer, I've spent more than 45 years trying to help those poor folk, and I have been frustrated daily by the actions of the people on the other side of their claims. (Sorry if I offended you...)

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