Americans cherish freedom and liberty. Fireworks, hotdogs, and barbecues epitomize modern day celebrations of Independence, but it is the principle of underlying freedom that we most cherish. Children nationwide pledge “liberty and justice for all,”, Lady Liberty promises refuge to all those “yearning to be free”, and as the Declaration of Independence states, “we hold these truths to be self-evident… Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”
Yet today’s American doctors are not free. They are mired in restriction, red tape, and bureaucracy that actually obstruct patient care to the point that they require easing so care could be provided during times of ...
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Do you know that every July 1st thousands of physicians start their formal training when they become interns? These young men and women are the cream of the crop and are amongst the most dedicated, conscientious human beings on the
What is a Psychiatrist?
A Psychiatrist is a Board-Certified Doctor who treats and diagnoses all conditions pertaining to mental health, focusing, among others, on: the detection of mental illnesses, the treatment of learning disabilities, and the management of substance use disorders.
Ultimately, a Healthy Lifestyle and Prevention are the most important steps towards maintaining your mental health:
Important recommendations include:
- stay connected with family and friends
- use relaxation and stress management techniques such as yoga
- avoid excessive consumption of alcohol and drugs
- maintain a physical activity routine such as walking
Healthcare comes at a cost- are you aware of the financial Side effects?
Let the Buyer Beware, by Randy Cook, MD.
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"We are what we eat”
Over the last several decades, we have been witnessing a number of health issues and conditions affecting a growing number of children, such as obesity, diabetes, attention-deficit disorder (ADD), among others.
Indeed, our nutrition and the foods we eat can play a significant role in the development as well as the worsening of these and many other conditions.
Read more about this important topic on our blog: