3 Tips For Making Your Medical Answering Service Work For You

Posted on: 8 May 2015

When you first started out in private medical practice, all you really needed was one secretary to answer the phone. But as you gain patients and expand your practice, you'll quickly find out that's not quite enough. Your patients will need to reach you – sometimes after hours or when you're otherwise engaged – and you'll eventually find that you need more help to keep up with the call volume. That's where an answering service can really come in handy.
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5 Ways New Parents Can Get Good Use Out Of A Storage Unit

Posted on: 7 April 2015

Preparing for a new baby comes with a lot of adjustments and life changes. Making room for the new body in the home is harder than you think. Even though there is a little body, there are a lot of items that come along with it. To help ease the transition, you can get a lot of use out of a self storage unit. Self storage units provide plenty of space to temporarily relocate items until they are ready to move back into the home.
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Assisted Living: Helping A Senior Loved One Cope With Depression

Posted on: 18 March 2015

Assisted living senior care is an increasingly popular way for seniors to keep some of their independence and privacy when their health becomes a daily issue. Thousands of people now live in specialist facilities, but this lifestyle can bring new health challenges, including problems with anxiety and depression. If your loved one now lives in an assisted living facility, learn more about the challenges that depression can bring, and find out how you can help him or her cope with the symptoms of this debilitating condition.
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Pinhole Leaks In Copper Water Pipes: Their Causes And How To Repair Them

Posted on: 5 March 2015

Copper is considered by many to be a material of choice for water pipes, as it has several strong, positive characteristics: it is easy to work with, resists rust and has natural antibacterial qualities. Because of this, copper is the predominant material used for water pipes in homes and businesses in the United States for the past several decades. However, copper does possess a disadvantage that has proven to be frustrating—it is vulnerable to pinhole leaks that are capable of causing significant damage.
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