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Finding a Doctor: Great. You are in the U.S. I do not know your sexuality. But, if you are worried about HIV and other stds please go to http://www.Glma.Org. Put in your zip code and find a male physician close to your location. Go sit with this person and learn all you can about sex and disease. ...Read more
Workers compensation: This is a challenge as many states under obamacare have redone their wc programs to make it impossible to get appropriate treatmnet. More and more md's are not accepting wc patients. Check with the wc board if they have a list of doctors. ...Read more
I need a doctor who accepts anthen blue cross insurance (medi-cal) in elk grove or south sacramento area, california.
Type of doctor need?: Are you looking for a primary care doctor (e.g. an internist, family practice doctor, or OB/GYN) or a specific type of specialist (e.g. cardiologist, endocrinologist, etc.)?? Most insurance provide patients with a list of doctors available within their network. Consider contacting insurance company for list. Medicaid (or Medi-Cal) are difficult to find. Best of luck. ...Read more
On-line: International health insurance, typically with evacuation coverage, is a supplemental insurance policy to cover health expenses while traveling. There are many reputible companies who market their products online. The national health service advises: www.Nhs.Uk/nhsengland/healthcareabroad/pages/healthcareabroad.Aspx. Us state department: travel.State.Gov/travel/cis_pa_tw/cis/cis_1470.Html. ...Read more
Are the best medical schools in the states? Are medical schools in india, china, japan, england/uk, iraq, israel, etc., reputable? Would you attend?
Best is relative.: Good medical schools and great doctors in every country. Generalizing possible, but misleading. Most medical education takes place during internship / residency. Best education is one that prepares you for practice in the society and culture you live in. Japanese schools are great for japanese physicians and likewise for the other countries. ...Read more
Can you give me a list of raleigh, north carolina doctors who handle workmen's compensation patients?
Try this: You may want to try amssm.Org. . .This is a site with a lot of sports med docs like me and a very good number of them will take workman's comp. They will do a good job. You can do a "find a doc" tab on there when you go there. If you can't find one shoot me an email on here. ...Read more
Insurance commision: You should check with your insurance commissioner in providence. Ri has a reputation for very generous benefits for the indigent. But i assume you want to purchase this and do not have a plan through your place of employment. Your cost will also depend upon your medical history, age, sex and personal habits. ...Read more
Lawyers have the Martindale-Hubell directory; MDs have Castle Connolly for ratings. Dentists have nothing? Please provide me a resource?
Try This: Try this: https://www.zocdoc.com/ Enter Dentist and zip code and go to town... ...Read more
Whoa: This seems to be one of several fictitious questions. This really isn't the place to bring homework assignments -- you're best doing your own work. Plague in the us is almost always contracted from wild animals, famously woodchucks in the western half of the nation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Vulnerable groups: Recent cases in Houston and Ohio have been traced to cases brought in by international travelers. Unvaccinated infants and some that had only one dose are most vulnerable to the disease, which can produce death or disability. The surge in vaccine deniers makes the possibility of community outbreaks more likely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No best place: As the mother of a teen with special needs i know there is no "best place" city or state to raise a child with disabilities. The key is to learn how to network with other families with children with similar conditions. It is important to find a pediatrician who can be your child's medical advocate help you to coordinate medical services. With you on the journey of amazon advocacy:). ...Read more
I am an lpn with 33 years of nursing experience. Family relocating. Want city with highest per hour pay?
Internet question: I also have an mba in addition to an md and i would suggest looking for the city with the highest ratio of pay to cost of living. You might get paid 1.5x in new york but find you cost of living 2.5x so you would actually be making a big mistake. That information should be available on the internet. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
We live outside the city and need to know if scat from small animals is dangerous for a child to pick up and touch.?
Obviously: Scat is laden with germs and is an obvious source of potential infection. ...Read more
Dandruff is there since some years..It increased recently when i came to hostel in other city...Please give me a solution. ?
Use anti dandruff : Shampoo. , it may help.Get a more detailed answer ›
Can i lose 15 kg in three months of winter .Dec , jan, feb. In my city temperature in winter exist between 15 to 20 degree centigrade.?
Possible : It is possible but will take a lot of work with dieting and exercise. What does your city's temperature have to do with anything? That is an excuse. If you are committed to losing that much weight in that time frame, you can either exercise outside when it's comfortable or go to an indoor gym. It can be 0 or 35 deg celsius - it doesn't matter. ...Read more
Are rural doctors less proficient than their urban counterparts? It seems like very reputable doctors would prefer a city with good technology.
Not necessarily!: There are "good" City Docs & "good" Country Docs. There are also "bad" City Docs & "bad" Country Docs. Doctors, independent of ability, are people, too. Lots of docs prefer no traffic or parking fees, & urban dangers for themselves & their families. They have the same concerns as you & the same unique preferences. Of course, there may not be as many high tech options & less specialty support. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Extremely rare: The average U.S. City should not have rabies, due to the success of pet vaccination programs and animal control programs. Rabies in the U.S. Is carried by raccoons, skunks, foxes, coyotes, and bats. Urban areas have very few of these animals. However, exposure (such as a bite) from such an animal requires a visit to the doctor to decide whether or not rabies shots should be given to the patient. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Go to SART: Go to www.Sart.Org and look for providers in your area. If you are 49 yo the chances for success are exceedingly low, and would not recommend it. However if you must do it, do testing to check your ovarian reserve and make sure its normal before you do the operation, otherwise an even higher failure rate. Egg donation may be the better choice and will not need surgery for that. ...Read more
A lot: Pollution, car/diesel fumes, dust, smoke all can exacerbate asthma, especially when repeatedly exposed. Same goes for rented apartments where you can't get rid of carpeting, shades etc that collect dust and mold. Unfortunately, sometimes you don't have a choice. See your doctor for a more comprehensive list of what your child should avoid. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Tb is contracted from people who have the disease. In cities with contact with more people, crowded situations, exposure will increase you chances of exposure. Also cities often have more people from foreign countries. Some countries have much higher rates of TB and thus also increasing your risk of exposure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have a safe haven: You should be aware of the presence of tornadoes through the warning system of the national weather service in any city in which this occurs. Have a safe place to go, best in basement, and have a radio, cell phone, flashlight and other similar items readily available. ...Read more