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Rush Limbaugh Attacks Nanny State At CPAC

Rush Limbaugh talks about the nanny state before the Conservative Political Action Committee Distributed by Tubemogul.

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Posted by mark - August 9, 2015 at 11:04 pm

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Sticking To The Strategy: The Importance Of Following Your Trading Method

Generating a investing strategy is no joke. It takes a whole lot of effort and research to come up having a investing plan that’s excellent to suit your needs. But the dilemma is, sometimes, when that ticker or number goes up and up or down and down, we aren’t control ourselves and jump the gun on selling whether for profit or loss.

The difficulty with that attitude is, once you break away from your dealing strategy, nothing can stop you from performing it again. Rationalizing your violation of the approach by any profit you’ve earned is just a step away available for you. That’s pretty very much where it begins and it’s all downhill from there. Very soon, you’ll be ignoreing that trading approach you produced and just go with the flow using the market. Oh, yes, you’ll have several successes and then you’ll be broke, having thrown away your cash on certain issues.

What some traders don’t realize is that buying and selling plans are far more than just a number of rules and guidelines in your case to abide by whenever you begin dealing. A superb trading approach, and I mean a really great a single, reflects your personality and should not be simple to break away from. When it’s well-made, a dealing strategy takes into account your individual temperament and should be constructed in a way that all of its instructions  are points that you are going to be comfy with. This actually is why the first part of creating a investing strategy is to often determine what are your mental limits are; both in terms of knowledge and in your private character. A worrier’s exchanging program is going to be incredibly different for 1 manufactured by someone who is a lot more daring. It may perhaps not seem like very much but watching the stock prices fo up and down can have a heavy toll on a individual. That’s why making a approach that you’re personally comfy with is crucial. If you are comfortable with the prepare then it are going to be simpler in your case to follow it.

Why is it so significant then, to suit your needs to stick to your dealing approach? It is quite straightforward actually – discipline. Discipline is sometimes a difficult thing to have when you are within the middle of a rough-and-tumble market. A superb dealing approach keeps you on your course and gives you definite goals. A man with a puprpose and a prepare to reach that purpose always beats out anyone who just has a vague idea of what he’s carrying out. Traders who do not have a strategy, or have plans which are vague, usually end up panicking when bad stuff starts to happen. Even when excellent stuff happens it can confuse a trader, like suddenly selling all your stock at what you thought was an excellent price when you could have sold at a higher cost later. A superb buying and selling strategy limits how significantly you purchase and how much you sell at particular levels, maximizing profits or minimizing loss.

This is why you ought to try your best to adhere to your trading plan. Preserving that iron discipline and keeping yourself following the plan that you created might be tricky at times. It may possibly even cost you in terms of profit, since even plans can’t be perfect. However, let me assure you that keeping to your trading plan is the only way to go if you wish to be a serious trader.

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Posted by Kayra - August 5, 2015 at 8:14 pm

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Why is Fox News the only conservative news left?

Also its would be nice to have alittle moderation and have less bias. The honesty of fox without the one sidedness of O Reilly= Glenn Beck? independants are good but do we need a libertarian?

Fox and News, it should read Fox and Entertainment. You see, Entertainment brings in much more money than hard News and that is the problem these days.
So no one is interested in conservative nor liberal News Broadcasting. The money is elsewhere and
that is all that counts.

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Posted by mark - July 28, 2015 at 3:35 pm

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Brian Balfour on Talk of the State

The effects of North Carolina's government spending on the private economy.

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Posted by mark - July 25, 2015 at 1:54 pm

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New Inpatient Pain Program Aims to Return Patients to Work in Two Weeks

Chronic pain is a complex medical condition influenced by biological, physical, behavioral, environmental and social forces. Because this is true I am dedicated to and passionate about using a multidisciplinary approach, relying upon my well-rounded training and experience in the field of interventional pain medicine.

Using a multidisciplinary approach increases the chance of identifying the source of pain at its root and then developing a treatment plan from the very beginning that has the greatest potential of lessening pain and returning the patient to as normal a life as possible.

And, whenever possible, I believe the patient should receive relief from pain and become trained in coping techniques to speed up their recovery. Why would anyone want to delay the lessening of pain and improve their quality of life? That’s not rational. In fact, it is very irrational for patients and employers not to take Chronic Pain seriously and intervene as quickly as medically possible.

Consider that in the United States alone employers spend nearly $1 billion a week on wage payments and medical care for workers hurt on the job, according to the 2005 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index.

A survey by the National Pain Foundation (NPF) has found that persistent pain has risen dramatically, up almost 40 percent, among full-time U.S. workers in the past 10 years. The NPF poll of more than 1,000 workers found the prevalence of chronic pain was much more common in the workplace (26 percent) in 2006 than it was in 1996 (19 percent).

Even more, almost nine out of 10 employees with chronic pain typically went to work rather than stay at home, the survey found. The vast majority — 95 percent — said their pain had to be either moderate or very severe before they stayed home from work. Forty-six percent of those employees with chronic pain said their pain often or sometimes affects their ability to perform their job.

I am the Medical Director of the Walton Pain Center, a part of the Walton Rehabilitation Health Systems of Augusta, GA, which uses a continuum of care approach to return Workman’s Comp clients or returning patients to work and to a comfortable lifestyle as well.

Walton has been a leader for many years in the conservative treatment of Chronic Pain through traditional outpatient services. Now that reputation has been elevated by reaching the same goal within two weeks through a new program recently launched by the Walton Pain Center.

The center has a demonstrable record of success using reliable interventional strategies, therapy, surgical consultations, and massage. The innovative Inpatient Pain Program adds a new dimension of achieving the same desired results but in far less time – within two weeks!

The primary goals of the new two-week comprehensive Inpatient Pain Program are to:

• Break the patient’s pain cycle

• Enhance physical function and mobility and thus increase productivity

• Improve emotional distress (depression, anxiety, diminished self esteem)

• Promote the return to pre-injury activities and/or employment

This new two-week program is designed for patients with Chronic Pain that has disrupted their professional and personal lives. The focus is on intensive pain management, under close supervision, in a structured, therapeutic and supportive environment. The pain treatment team consists of Physical and Occupational therapists, Psychologist, Nursing staff, Masseur, Dietician, Chaplain, and in-house case management.

Treatment strategies center on providing medication monitoring and conservative interventional management to insure patients are taking the most appropriate medications at the most effective dosages and other pain relieving procedures as needed. The physical/occupational therapy component is structured in such a way as to encourage the patient to take a greater role in improving their stamina and physical functioning through muscle strengthening, tone and endurance exercises.

The new two-week Inpatient Pain Program will provide more intensive and focused pain management than what is available now only through outpatient treatment.

By providing the psychological component, we speed the recovery process by ensuring that the Chronic Pain patient understands that our aim is not to eliminate pain but to lessen pain and providing coping skills needed to return to work and live a more normal, productive life.

And how important is this? Ask American employers who are paying $1 billion a week for workers hurt on the job. Returning workers to their jobs as quickly as possible and curbing reoccurring bouts with pain can produce major savings.

With reasonable per diem rates, based on the patient’s needs, this new Inpatient Pain Program is designed to provide more intensive and focused pain management than currently available through outpatient treatment only.

Walton Rehabilitation Health Systems (WRHS) is a leading not-for-profit comprehensive, multi-specialty, dedicated provider of physical medicine and rehabilitation. Our mission is to be an advocate for wellness by providing a continuum of services to treat the whole person. WRHS, whose reputation extends throughout the south, is a trusted partner with just the right expertise and treatments to help people with disabling injuries and illnesses return to work and to a fulfilling life.

By pursuing its mission, WRHS has grown to include Walton Pain and Headache Centers, Walton Community Services, Walton Options for Independent Living, Walton Foundation for Independence, and Walton Technologies. We are located at: 1355 Independence Drive, Augusta, GA 30901-1037. For more information visit www.wrh.org or call 866-4-WALTON.

Hemant Yagnick, M.D.
http://www.articlesbase.com/alternative-medicine-articles/new-inpatient-pain-program-aims-to-return-patients-to-work-in-two-weeks-139662.html

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Posted by mark - July 21, 2015 at 12:34 pm

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Surgery Not Effective Relief

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a painful condition that is characterized by symptoms such as pain, swelling, numbness, tingling, paresthesia (pins and needles) and loss of strength and coordination in the thumb, index, middle and sometimes one-half of the ring finger. Not all of the symptoms or fingers have to be affected simultaneously as symptoms often vary and may move around. (Symptoms present in the ring and little finger are not carpal tunnel syndrome and instead are related to ulnar nerve entrapment in disorders like Guyon’s Syndrome and Cubital Tunnel Syndrome.)

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is the most common nerve entrapment disorder in the past decade and is generally caused by muscle strength and length imbalance that exists between the flexor muscles that close the hand and the extensor muscles that open the hand, resulting in excessive pressure on the median nerve. Surgery is one option for treating this disabling condition; however, it remains a controversial choice and it is important to fully understand the risks and benefits involved.

There are many invasive and non-invasive treatments for carpal tunnel syndrome including medication, exercise, wrist splinting, and corticosteroid nerve injections. Surgery is by far the most invasive procedure and it merits careful forethought as a majority of those undergoing the knife may obtain some relief, long-term relief has a very poor success rate. In contrast, the vast majority of patients fare better with conservative treatment and it is estimated that less than 1/3 require surgical intervention. Indeed, surgery is only recommended when there is persistent, debilitating pain, deteriorated grip or grasping, muscle flattening and all other conservative methods have been tried.

There are multiple forms of surgery for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome including open hand surgery and endoscopic surgery, a less invasive incision through the muscle in the palm. Symptoms such as pain and numbness usually begin to improve in about 18-days with endoscopic release and about 38-days with open release surgery. Muscle coordination, control, and strength may initially worsen following surgery, and a return to pre-operative status may take several months for some people, depending on the procedure performed, age, severity of symptoms and length of injury present prior to surgery.

Significant improvement to pre-injury status may take as much as two years to achieve, if it comes at all according to the following carpal tunnel surgery statistics:

· ONLY 23% of all Carpal Tunnel Syndrome patients returned to their previous professions following surgery, according to the Bureau of Labor & Statistics and the National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (1997-2000 Statistics).

· Carpal Tunnel Surgery has about a 57% failure rate following patients from 1-day to 6-years. At least one of the following symptoms re-occurred during this time: Pain, Numbness, Tingling sensations. Source: Nancollas, et al, 1995. J. Hand Surgery.

The complications associated with surgery as well as the timeline to substantial recovery make it a last choice resort for most patients. Thankfully, there are numerous effective treatment alternatives that are much less invasive and provide more immediate and long-term relief for those disable by Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.

Jeff Anliker
http://www.articlesbase.com/health-articles/carpal-tunnel-syndrome-surgery-not-effective-relief-97619.html

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Posted by mark - July 19, 2015 at 11:42 am

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