How Older Patients Can Dodge Pitfalls Entrenched In Health Care System

How Older Patients Can Dodge Pitfalls Entrenched In Health Care System Judith Graham Being old and sick in America frequently means a doctor won’t ask you about troublesome concerns you deal with day to day — difficulty walking, dizziness, a leaky bladder, sleep disturbances, memory lapses and more. It means that if you’re hospitalized, you…

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Foto Friday “Catalina Silhouette”

Happy Friday! Today is the first Friday of 2018. Sunsets in California have been AMAZING lately so today we chose Catalina Silhouette as our Foto for today’s #FotoFriday Enjoy #FotoFriday  #Catalina #HIV #HIVThrive #Sunset

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An Attitude Of Gratitude

By Dr. Mercola This article previously ran a few years ago but there are so many good reminders about the benefits of gratitude, I decided to share it with you again this year with a new video. I am grateful beyond words for your support, and for partnering with me to help people all over…

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Texans With HIV Cope With Homes And Medicines Ruined By Hurricane Harvey

Texans With HIV Cope With Homes And Medicines Ruined By Hurricane Harvey Sarah Varney, Kaiser Health News People With HIV Went Weeks Without Meds After Hurricane Harvey This story by KHN senior national correspondent Sarah Varney aired Nov. 24, 2017, on Here & Now. Can’t see the audio player? Click here to download. Angelia Soloman…

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California Fines Anthem $5 Million For Failing to Address Consumer Grievances

  California’s managed-care regulator announced Wednesday it has fined insurance giant Anthem Blue Cross $5 million for repeatedly failing to resolve consumer grievances in a timely manner. The state Department of Managed Health Care criticized Anthem, the nation’s second-largest health insurer, for systemic violations and a long history of flouting the law in regard to…

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Foto Friday “Whale Tale”

Happy Friday! Today’s #FotoFriday is a special shot that was taken of a Blue Whale Fluke. Blue Whales are majestic and the largest animals on earth, reaching up to 300,000 lbs. and around 82 feet long for females and 79 feet long for males. They can consume up to 4 tonnes of krill per day.…

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Make Your Footprints in The Sand- Mich’s Monday Mantra

As the year comes to a close, let’s reflect back on our year and consider the footprints we have left in the sand. What are yours? Mich’s Monday Mantra is from a few years ago “Make Your Footprints in the Sand” from Waikiki Beach in Honolulu Hawaii Enjoy- Namaste  

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World AIDS Day December 1, 2017

World AIDS Day is today. We remember all those we have lost and celebrate the lives of the millions of people around the world living with HIV

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Foto Friday “Love From The Universe”

7 Years ago driving along Pacific Coast Highway on Nov 30th, I looked up at the sky and saw the UNIVERSE acknowledge World AIDS Day with this giant white ribbon in the sky and the power of the sun streaming down on it- We remember you ALL- Namaste This photo is our choice for today…

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About A Third Of Americans Unaware Of Obamacare Open Enrollment

By Phil Galewitz While the Affordable Care Act’s fifth open enrollment season is off to a surprisingly good start, many uninsured people said they weren’t even aware of it, according to a survey released Friday. Nearly a third of people overall — including a third of people without health insurance — said they had not…

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