Monthly Archives: December 2011

Internship Testimonial about Heart & Health

From http://cardiologyli.com My name is Kareen Champagne and I am a graduate of Stony Brook University. I applied for an internship at Heart and Health cardiology clinic with Dr. Kavesteen in order to attain more experience in the field of

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Medicare to reimburse for obesity screenings and counseling

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) will reimburse you for preventive obesity screenings and counseling for weight loss, but the agency has not instructed its contractors on how these services are to billed and paid, according to a

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Holistic Cardiology Treatment and Prevention

Proper Nutrition is the basis for optimum health and well being. Holistic nutrition is the modern natural approach to developing a healthy balanced diet while taking into account the person as whole. Holistic nutrition is considered to be part of

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Biomedix

“PADnet has been indispensable diagnostic instrument in my medical practice. I have been able to detect Peripheral Vascular Disease in its early stages of development and prevent its further progression. It has been a great tool for risk stratification of

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Opioid drug addictions and dependency

Heart and Health offers psychological and medical treatment options for patients suffering from pain killer, heroin, or other drug addictions. Opioid drug addictions and dependency effects millions of people in the United States. Visit http://opioiddependency.com to learn more about available treatment

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Patient Choice Award 2011

Dr. David Kavesteen of Dix Hills, NY has been ranked among the top physicians in the nation based on patient reviews. Dix hills, NY (PR NewsWire) December 13, 2011– A select few physicians were honored with the prestigious 2011 Patients’

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Lyme Disease on Long Island

Heart and Health has developed a web site serving as a complete medical guide to treating and preventing Lyme disease. Lyme disease is caused by bacteria called Borrelia burgdorferi (B. burgdorferi). Blacklegged ticks carry these bacteria. The ticks pick up

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