What Should I Do if I Missed My company’s Open Enrollment

Every year, business with over 50 employees that offer health benefits must grant an “open enrollment” period (most small employers also provide an open enrollment period). Open enrollment is also accessible for individuals or families who purchase their own health insurance via the ACA markets or directly from health insurance companies (known as – off-exchange). During the open enrollment period, health care beneficiaries can choose to opt in or out…

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Getting Through A Break-up May Not be So Hard.

People tend to accurate the stress and trauma when a relationship deteriorates according to medical studies. According to medical studies, Life may not be so bad when you are going through a break. Apparently, it’s easier than you think. Of course, breaking up is a difficult thing to do. People tend to buy into that idea that you should become a hermit for few months, mope around, eat tons of…

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What Is Gastroenteritis

Summary Gastroenteritis: Drink a lot to avoid dehydration Diet in case of gastroenteritis gastro diet Gastroenteritis: Drink a lot to avoid dehydration Vomiting and diarrhea lead to loss of water and mineral salts. To compensate for it and avoid dehydration, drink a lot, at least 2 liters of drink a day (water preferably flat water rich in sodium, broth of salty vegetables, sweet herbal teas …). You can add some…

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Suffering From Diarrhea

Diarrhea is a common and often minor problem. However, its persistence requires further investigation. Where does this transit trouble come from? What are the treatments? Diarrhea is defined by the release of stools that are too soft or even liquid. There are two types, depending on the frequency of the disorders: acute or chronic. In both cases, the causes can be many. Acute diarrhea: Due to food poisoning? WHAT ARE…

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What are the symptoms and Duration of the Flu?

After the Ile-de-France, the flu spreads throughout metropolitan France in mid-December. Every year, the influenza epidemic causes annoying symptoms in millions of people, but also significant complications in many thousands. Doctissimo presents the signs of this viral disease, as well as its average duration. Summary Influenza-like symptoms vs. true flu symptoms Duration of incubation, contagion, and recovery of influenza Vaccination against influenza Treatment of flu symptômes grippe Influenza is abundantly…

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The Value of Zinc

Zinc may be the last entry on an alphabetical list of minerals, but it could be number one when you consider how critical it is to men’s health. Clue number one: the prostate gland comprises a large concentration of this mineral, and nature didn’t put it there for no reason. Clue number two: zinc has an impact on testosterone levels, and we all know how essential that is! We have…

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What is Herpes Zoster Oticus ( Ramsey Hunt Syndrome)

Ramsay Hunt syndrome is regarded as an acute peripheral facial neuropathy linked with the erythematous vesicular rash of the skin of the ear canal, mucous membrane of the oropharynx. And auricle (also termed herpes zoster oticus). This syndrome is also understood as geniculate neuralgia or nervus intermedius neuralgia. Ramsay Hunt syndrome can also happen in the absence of a skin rash, a condition known as zoster sine herpete. Ramsay Hunt…

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Paracistic Infections Of The Brain (Neurocysticercosis)

Neurocysticercosis Pork tapeworm larvae produce this infection. Of all the worms that leads to brain infections, the pork tapeworm causes by far the most extensive cases of brain infections within Western Hemisphere. After people eat food tainted with the tapeworm’s eggs, excretions in the stomach induce the eggs to hatch into larvae. The larvae enter the bloodstream and are scattered to all sections of the body, including the brain. The…

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Understanding Wound Care

Taking Care of Wounds Wounds of all sizes and severity should always be handled carefully. In this guide, we will discuss these different types of injuries and what to look for during wound care. Care for wounds and lacerations enables the body to heal faster, reduce the risk of infection as well as improve the physiology of area of area. The healing process begins immediately after the injury by coagulation…

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Do I have Xeroderma?

(Xerosis) Xeroderma called dry skin that is neither inherited, is still associated with systemic abnormalities. Xeroderma or xerodermia (also known as xerosis cutis, obtained from the Greek words for “dry skin.” Xeroderma is caused by the delayed rejection of the cells of the outermost skin layer, thereby fine white flakes formed. This is a condition involving the integumentary system, which in most cases posterior reliably be treated with moisturizers and…

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