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DIY_Funnessa

Suuuper excited to help one of my long-time friends with her medical practice design and finishes! She’s going for an upscale concierge vibe. Let’s do this🙌🏼 #medicalpractice

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A To Z Consultancy services

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Medigrowau

Times running out to register for our next event to be held in Melbourne, August 3. For more info 👉🏻see link in bio👈🏻

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Akasha Center

Akasha Center for Integrative Medicine

👾Summer is here! Be cautious about ticks! ⠀ Ticks are a natural carrier of the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. Lyme-carrying ticks are now not only found in the Northeast but also in many Western States, including California. ⠀ Akasha Can Help You Immediately! Call us at 310 451-8880 or at info@akashacenter.com if you have been bitten. ⠀ Each year, approximately 30,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported to the Center for Disease Control (CD). ⠀ However, epidemiologists believe that this number is actually at least 10 times higher. That is, approximately 300,000 people may get Lyme disease each year in the United States. ⠀ According to Akasha's Lyme Disease Expert, Dr. Jean-Marc Sobczyk, it is important to safely remove a tick as soon as you see it. ⠀ To safely remove the tick, follow Dr. Sobczyk's guidelines.You will need: • A pair of tweezer • water, and soap or isopropyl alcohol. ⠀ 1– Grab the head of the tick with your tweezer as close to the skin as possible and start to pull straight, gently with constant force. ⠀ 2– Do not pull and twist. You should be able to pull the entire tick or leave on small fragment of his head attached. If that happens your will naturally expel the leftovers of the tick within a few days. ⠀ 3– Wash the skin with water and soap or isopropyl alcohol. ⠀ 4– Keep the tick in a plastic bag (Ziploc etc…) with a moist cotton ball (it will preserve the tick for testing) as you may send to it to a lab to have it tested for Lyme disease. ⠀ 5– if you prefer to safely discard the tick: put it is a sealed bag, flush it down the toilet or best put the tick in a small cup containing rubbing alcohol for 24 hours (it will the tick) ⠀ 6- Take a picture of the area to see if you develop a rash (the typical bull-eye rash) ⠀ 👉Read the full article at our Health Blog @drjeanmarc ⠀ by Dr. Sobczyk - Akasha Center For Integrative Medicine. ⠀

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Edison V. de Mello. MD, PhD

Akasha Center for Integrative Medicine

👾Summer is here! Be cautious about ticks! ⠀ Ticks are a natural carrier of the bacteria that causes Lyme disease. Lyme-carrying ticks are now not only found in the Northeast but also in many Western States, including California. ⠀ Akasha Can Help You Immediately! Call us at 310 451-8880 or at info@akashacenter.com if you have been bitten. ⠀ Each year, approximately 30,000 cases of Lyme disease are reported to the Center for Disease Control (CD). ⠀ However, epidemiologists believe that this number is actually at least 10 times higher. That is, approximately 300,000 people may get Lyme disease each year in the United States. ⠀ According to Akasha's Lyme Disease Expert, Dr. Jean-Marc Sobczyk, it is important to safely remove a tick as soon as you see it. ⠀ To safely remove the tick, follow Dr. Sobczyk's guidelines.You will need: • A pair of tweezer • water, and soap or isopropyl alcohol. ⠀ 1– Grab the head of the tick with your tweezer as close to the skin as possible and start to pull straight, gently with constant force. ⠀ 2– Do not pull and twist. You should be able to pull the entire tick or leave on small fragment of his head attached. If that happens your will naturally expel the leftovers of the tick within a few days. ⠀ 3– Wash the skin with water and soap or isopropyl alcohol. ⠀ 4– Keep the tick in a plastic bag (Ziploc etc…) with a moist cotton ball (it will preserve the tick for testing) as you may send to it to a lab to have it tested for Lyme disease. ⠀ 5– if you prefer to safely discard the tick: put it is a sealed bag, flush it down the toilet or best put the tick in a small cup containing rubbing alcohol for 24 hours (it will the tick) ⠀ 6- Take a picture of the area to see if you develop a rash (the typical bull-eye rash) ⠀ 👉Read the full article at our Health Blog @drjeanmarc ⠀ by Dr. Sobczyk - Akasha Center For Integrative Medicine. ⠀

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Content And Web Development

Or the ability to answer emails. No one is too busy to send a quick note back to job inquiries or respond to questions from employees.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ .⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #medicalpractice

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Mark Tager

Fact! 80% of all practices lacked the number one tool to convert website viewers into patients: video. Learn to make your videos stand out by tapping the link on my bio!

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