Health

Telemedicine Is the Solution Both Patients and Providers Need

Robert S. Kaufmann, M.D., F.A.C.P.

Feb19 Telemedicine Is the Solution Both Patients and Providers Need By Robert S. Kaufmann, MD, FACP, The Kaufmann Clinic. Robert S. Kaufmann, M.D. Primary care physicians are at the frontlines of our nation’s health. The average family doctor cares for 2,300 patients with visits varying from acute conditions to chronic diseases. Treating patients with the highest quality of care is a …

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How to Help College Grads Transition Into Medical Careers

People, Men, Women, Graduation, School

Feb19 How to Help College Grads Transition Into Medical Careers By Jennifer Lockman, freelance journalist and blogger. If you know a student who will soon be graduating with a degree in any kind of medical discipline, this article is for you. Young people thrive in environments where they feel supported and valued. The help you give can make the difference …

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Crustless Broccoli Quiche With Bacon

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I’ll admit, I use a lot of eggs in my recipes! I use them in my healthy butter pecan ice cream, sous vide egg bites, and even stuffed acorn squash boats. When they’re from a good source, eggs pack a lot of nutrients into a small package. They’re a great source of proteins, healthy fats, iron, and several vitamins and minerals. So I’m …

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On Starting a Business & Creating An Inspiring Life (Part four): What I Wish Someone Would Have Told Me Before I Started

Note: This is probably the longest post I have ever, ever written, so I turned into a little  series. On starting, creating and building this little business known as Simply Real Health. The real, un-edited version. Haven’t caught up yet? Start here, with Part 1 right here, Part 2 here, and Part 3 here first, for this to make sense.  PART 4: Ok, …

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