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Are you part of the humana "louisville hmox'? I am in need a two hip replacements due to avn. I have humama ins. Chris wyland 502 894 8047
What ia the alternative to botox that comes in pills? Does humana-medicare covers for botox or its alternative? I have head sweat sincs l was a teen
Botox: Botox does inhibit sweating by blocking the acetylcholine receptors. It's effect will last for a few months before it needs to be repeated. There are no pills that are as safe and specific that I am aware of. Other treatments include iontophoresis or antiperspirants such as drysol. Botox treatment is not covered for the treatment of sweating by most insurance programs. ...Read more
Humana-medicare, where someone can only go a specific doctor for referral, is it better than the regular medicare where one paid just 20% more choice?
Restricted healthcar: Get used to the future of healthcare - you will be told where to go, who to see, and what treatments you can have - you and your doctor will have no choice (unless you pay cash). ...Read more
Abt to renew my "Obamacare" insurance. Finding out Humana is the ONLY choice in my area my local hospitals take. Gets bad reviews. Ideas on options??
Can't find dentist in south fl to take my Humana Medicaid but I keep getting holes at top of my teeth?
Find a doctor: For the best results, you can search with your member ID to find providers MD or DDS in your plan. You also can call 1-800-457-4708 for help. Good luck. ...Read more
Isn't illegal for doctor I see kept ask me why I have a humana-medicare card. Then forcing me to go see psychologist, l refused then he stopped see me?
Not illegal: Your doctor may be concerned about the "complex back pain" you have listed as a clinical finding, and is trying to understand all possible information about this. S/he may wonder about you being on medicare at a young age (if you are). S/he may refer to to a psychologist to help any stress/emotional issues which can contribute to pain, and may decide not to see you if you won't work on this. ...Read more
Yes: Everybody has something. There are no perfect adults, and no perfect children. Sooner or later, everybody gets sick. Luckily, our bodies have miraculous self-healing powers, and we generally get well. For the unlucky ones among us... well, those don't make it. The lesson here is to do kind and meaningful things each day, while we are still in good health. ...Read more
Simple evolution: In a village far, far away, and a long time ago, some humans wanted sex. Some humans didn't want sex. As the years went by, the humans who wanted sex got pregnant more often, had more children, and became the great majority of the population. The humans who didn't want sex didn't have many children, so those carrying the "don't want sex" trait became a smaller and smaller part of the population. ...Read more
Density: Hi. I think you're wondering about density, not weight. After all, a pound of fat, pound of feathers, & pound of lead all weigh the same, but their densities differ dramatically. The density of human fat is about 0.9 g/ml, whereas the density of human muscle is about 1.06 g/ml. Does that help? Try to understand mass, volume, density, and weight. Physics is fun! Good luck! ...Read more
Yes - rarely: “Pulmonary infection with D. immitis is an infrequently reported cause of lung disease in humans. Approximately 80 cases have been reported in the United States, with increasing numbers reported in recent years.” See: Human disease caused by dog heartworm. (http://www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/1784039) ...Read more
Yes: As we age, there are changes that can occur to the skeleton, particularly the spine, which can lead to height loss. Disc degeneration with arthritis can lead to loss of vertebral disc heights. Osteoporotic spinal fractures can lead to vertebral bone heights. Spinal deformities, which can be related to the previously mentioned pathologies, can also lead to height loss. ...Read more
In a way: Forever is a long time, but cells can be made to turn off their natural cycles which would cause them to die sooner. Cancer cells often develop this trait and thus outlive their host (temporarily). Read the immortal life of henrietta lacks for a good layman's explanation of this process. ...Read more
Yes: It has been shown that crustaceans, which are somewhat close to many insects on the evolutionary tree, have nociceptors, or neurons/receptors that sense pain. While we can not be sure if insects can sense pain, it is likely they have some primitive pain sensation. ...Read more
I am not sure what you are truly asking. Are you asking us about coffee consumption? Or about one single product that contains caffeine.
Either way there are very little scientific answers to the question about whether caffeine is harmful to health. There are lots of clues that there are some health benefits to moderate use of caffeine, but the science is not conclusive. ...Read more
Sand Fleas: There are a number of species of sand fleas. They have a tough outer shell (exoskeleton) with a barrel shape. The female can be a third of an inch to almost one and a half inches long. Males are much smaller ; cling to a female's legs. They are often seen on beaches during a high tide ; can be observed hopping about ; making a high pitched sound. At daytime they are usually buried in the sand. ...Read more
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Ladybirds: Usually Ladybird beetles are completely harmless to people. One specific type – the Harlequin Ladybird Beetle (Harmonia axyridis) can bite humans. Although this normally just causes irritation, it may cause an allergic reaction in some. When introduced, it threatens native species of ladybirds. I found no references to transmission of disease to humans. ...Read more
Coffee has been studied for years. It seems like every few months I see info on it. Latest info I saw was it decreases the incidence of gallstones. Some instant coffee's contain partially-hydrogenated oils. These oils are not healthy at all. Coffee stains your teeth but can be bleached out ;-)
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Pixels: Rods and cones are individual cells packed into the retina as a carpet of light receptive capacity. They sum their input to put together a nerve input to the brain which is the site of actual image formation. Rods have less tight packing but greater sensitivity. Cones are packed very tightly and perceive fine detail and color. You should love your rods and cones. ...Read more
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