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A: Cravings (especially for carbohydrate foods) often stem from underlying negative emotions, energies or beliefs – and we often overeat to tranquilize these emotions. Join us for an amazing tele-seminar on Thursday, April 22nd at 7:00 pm to learn how to release these energies. One of our employees, Kathy Benjamin, has already lost over 51 pounds using the methods we’ll cover in the seminar. For registration information, email us at email@example.com. Cravings can also be due to insulin resistance so come to our health fair on Thursday, April 29th to be be screened. It’s only $35 for TWO thyroid tests, CBC, CMP and Lipid Profile. FREE blood pressure and body comps! Call 233-0593 for your appointment.
A: Hurry!! The Federal Tax Credit EXPIRES April 30th. A first-time homebuyer (if you haven’t owned a home in 3 years) can obtain $8000. CURRENT homeowners (if you have owned and occupied a home for 5 consecutive of the last 8 years) can obtain a $6500 tax credit. The tax credit is NOT a loan you have to repay. All buyers MUST have a written contract in place by April 30, 2010 and then must purchase the home by June 30. Interest rates are still in the 5% range, homes are at excellent values, you get paid to purchase, so NOW is the time to invest in a home. Don’t miss out. Call your REALTOR today.
A: I frequently find patients very surprised to learn there is an alternative treatment for sleep apnea or snoring. Pressurized air or C-PAP is the most common treatment; unfortunately only about 45% of the patients will wear the mask and continuous positive air pressure or C-PAP as it is called. Airway dilators to stop snoring or hold open the airway to prevent sleep apnea can be worn with a patient acceptance and success rate of 80%. This is a dental appliance. Women seem to be the most accepting of this choice of treatment. Why not? There is no mask to wear, no noise, no extension cord, can be carried in your pocket and you can kiss your companion goodnight. Most sleep apnea patients have never been offered any alternative treatment unless of course it would be surgery, which is a whopping 50% successful after 6 months. For a better night’s sleep and answers to your questions call the TMJ Sleep Center concerning sleep apnea, pain, TMJ, headaches, migraines, snoring or related subjects at 234-PAIN or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A: TRUE – TOGETHER EVERYONE ACCOMPLISHES MORE (TEAM)!!!
A: It is true that Hospice care is designed for those who have a life-limiting diagnosis but that does not mean the patient gives up on living. Hospice focuses on helping the family and patient to foster an environment that promotes quality of life and to continue doing the activities they love that give meaning to their lives. Hospice provides all the services needed to allow the patient to remain in their home setting where they can be surrounded by those they love. Hospice care is based on the philosophy that embraces death as a natural part of the life cycle. Terminally ill patients and their families have a right to the best possible palliative care available to relieve physical, emotional and spiritual pain. If you want more information please call Alliance at 208-478-6677.
A: Even if your female dog is never around any un-neutered males it’s still very important to have her spayed. Leaving her unspayed (or intact) is a major risk factor for developing mammary (breast) cancer. Also, with each heat cycle that she goes through her risk of developing pyometra, an expensive and potentially fatal uterine infection increases. After age 7, intact female dogs have a 1 in 4 chance of developing pyometra after each heat. So even if there is no risk of your female dog producing an unwanted litter of puppies, there are very important health reasons why she should still be spayed.
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