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A: As seasons change our moods can change as well. This could be a sign of Seasonal Affect Disorder (SAD). Some signs to look for could be: lack of energy, social withdrawal, decreased interest in work or other activities, increased appetite or weight gain and changes in sleep. If you are experiencing these signs, an evaluation by a mental health professional can help to determine what course of treatment may be needed.
A: True! T.E.A.M – “Together Everyone Accomplishes More”
A: Medicare and Medicaid guidelines state that diabetic education and care can be paid for if the following conditions are present: If the patient is incapable of giving themselves their shots or other treatments because one or more of the following conditions exist (including, but not limited to) a. Blindness; b. Unsteady Hands; c. Mental Impairments; if all options have been exhausted to find family members or friends who will administer the needed treatments. An assessment must be made at each treatment to evaluate the patient’s condition and evaluate continued treatment needs. Call our registered nurses to see if you qualify for Home Health Services. Ask for Mona at 208-478-6677 for a free evaluation today. Do you think you might have Diabetes? Here are a few symptoms: 1. Thirsty all of the time. 2. Frequent urination. 3. Unexplained fatigue. 4. Unexplained weight loss. or 5. Family history of Diabetes. You may be among a growing population that have Type II Diabetes and don’t know it. Treatment usually consists of getting tested, getting medical help to manage and monitor your health, getting education and joining a support group. You don’t have to face this disease alone. Sharing solutions, recipes and life stories can reduce your frustration and increase your confidence in your ability to manage your disease. For more information, contact 208-478-6677.
A: Mr. Smith recently completed internships with the United States Attorney’s Office in Pocatello and the City of Pocatello Legal Department. His professional practice will concentrate on matters dealing with family law, criminal law, state and local government law, civil rights and appellate practice. Initial consultations are free. To make an appointment, call 233-4121.
A: You CAN be successful! Join us for the following classes and finally learn how to lose weight and keep it off. It’s more than just diet and exercise! Call 233-0593 to register. January 19th *Blood Sugar Blues* How carbs really affect belly fat, energy levels and your heart. January 26th *Emotional Freedom Technique* Learn how to permanently release the fat. February 2nd *Oops, I Did It Again* Breaking patterns that are blocking your success. February 9th *Belly Busters for Baby Boomers* Which exercises really work and why. February 16th *Artificial Sweeteners* Friend or Foe? February 23rd *Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT)* Is it all in your genes? March 2nd *Keeping the Weight Off*… I Think I Can…
A: The jaw joint is called the TemporoMandibular Jointor or TMJ for short. Few people can pronounce the name and it is obviously easier to call it the TMJ. There are symptoms or clinical problems with about one half of all adults. Most of these individuals will not be hampered in their ability to eat and talk, but about 15% of individuals will develop headaches, eye pain, ear pain, dizziness, ringing in the ears, limited jaw movement, or tooth clenching or grinding. The patients have a CT scan or an MRI with no positive findings and the ear doctor, the eye doctor and your headache doctor do not treat your TMJ so the condition gets worse and the years go by. The patient begins to think they are crazy. Recent studies have shown that most migraine headaches follow muscle tension headaches (TMJ). We know if the muscle tension headache is prevented or stopped, the migraine headache will also be prevented from occurring. This is easy. Read about stopping migraine headaches at www.headachehope.com . For more info call The TMJ Sleep Center concerning TMJ pain, headaches, migraines, sleep apnea, snoring or related subjects. Call 234-PAIN or email email@example.com .
HURRY! You MUST have your home completely purchased by 12/1/09 to obtain the $8000 credit – no exceptions. Yes, there are discussions in Congress about extending the credit, but as of now it expires and you may never get paid again to purchase a home. If your home doesn’t close on or before 12/1/09, you will not be eligible. Interest rates are in the 5-6% range, homes are at excellent values, so NOW is the time to BUY. You only have a short time left: Call a REALTOR® today.
A: TRUE – TOGETHER EVERYONE ACCOMPLISHES MORE (T.E.A.M.)!!!
A: Generally, all property owned before the marriage is your sole and separate property and your wife may not be entitled to your separate investment accounts. However, without a prenuptial agreement, income generated from your separate property is community property. If the income from your investment accounts is community property then the additional investments and the improvements to the community residence were made with community funds. Therefore, you may not be entitled to full reimbursement, but only one-half. A skilled family law attorney can help you protect your rights to your rental properties as well as your other property. Remember that a general informational series is not a substitute for actual legal representation.
A: Medicare and Medicaid guidelines state that diabetic education and care can be paid for if the following conditions exist: The patient is incapable of giving themselves their shots or other treatments because one or more of the following conditions exist (including, but not limited to): blindness, unsteady hands, mental impairments; all options have been exhausted to find family members or friends who will administer the needed treatments; an assessment must be made at each treatment to evaluate the patient’s conditions and continued treatment needs. Of course, it is always best to call for a quick evaluation by one of our registered nurses. Our director of nursing is our resident expert regarding diabetes care. Please call Mona at 208-478-6677 for the free evaluation today.