Month: October 2018

HOW ARE ALLERGIES DIAGNOSED?

Allergies are diagnosed with skin tests and blood tests. Skin testing is considered the most accurate, but both skin and blood testing can detect a person’s sensitivity to common allergens such as pollen, mold, dust mites, medicines, foods, latex, or other substances. Skin testing is usually preferred but allergy blood tests may be performed if…
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ANTIHISTIMINES

Antihistamines The class of drugs used treat to allergic reactions is called antihistamines. Your body releases substances called histamines which attach to cells in the body, causing them to swell and leak fluid. This results in common allergy symptoms such as itching, sneezing, runny nose, and watery eyes. Antihistamines help prevent or relieve allergy symptoms…
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ALLERGIC RHINITIS

The term allergic rhinitis is the proper medical term for “hay fever.” Rhinitis is inflammation of the nasal passages which can cause symptoms such as sneezing, itching, nasal congestion, runny nose, and postnasal drip (when mucus drains from the sinuses down the back of the throat). Most people develop symptoms of allergic rhinitis in childhood…
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Feds Eye NC Ins. Investor

Feds Eye Prominent NC Insurance Investor Herald-Sun (Durham, NC) “The Chatham County Republican Party didn’t want to talk Wednesday about a $100,000 donation from a businessman under federal investigation. Greg Lindberg, the owner of Eli Global in Durham, made the donation April 4, according to a campaign finance report. Lindberg, of Chapel Hill, was the…
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AAPC – Collateral Agreement

Is AAPC selling out?  Found this.  If anyone has information, please share. Like 0

REALITY vs. YOUR PLAN

Within the JFAMC groups  … We do our VERY BEST to deal in REALITY! It may seem harsh, but REALITY frequently comes with some Scrapes and Scratches;  even some Bumps and Bruises! Some schools/training programs sold their clients/students a ‘Bill of Goods’ when they gave ‘guarantees’ that you could take this ‘fantastical 3-month course’ and:…
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P.A.C.E. to Age in Place

…written by Christina Blackburn, CPC PACE (Program of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) is a growing model of care. The goal is to keep seniors living safely in the community, rather than, a nursing home. According to Medicare.gov in order to qualify for PACE,  an individual must “be at least 55, live in a PACE…
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Subpoena Issued to Greg Lindberg

Subpoena Issued to North Carolina Insurance Department Over Private Political Donor By Gary D. Robertson | October 8, 2018 “A federal investigation seeks documents about business operations connected to a private investment firm founder who seemingly overnight became the largest individual donor in North Carolina politics. The federal grand jury subpoena issued last month to…
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