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Problems of Moral Hazard in Health Insurance
Studies that identify the effect of a voucher program on the student achievement of those who use vouchers typically do so by comparing the achievement of students who used the voucher to switch to a... More > different school to the achievement of otherwise similar students who wanted to but could not use the voucher to switch to a different school. Will such studies capture the effects of increased competition on the inefficient schools in the voucher-eligible area? Explain.< Less
200 Problem Solving Tips - For Your Home and Your Health
Here are a few examples of what you will find inside:
1. Remove Broken Key From Lock.
Put some super glue on broken off part, insert and hold a few seconds
- will pull out rest of key.
2. Remove... More > Broken Light Bulb.
Stick a bar of soap into jagged edges, use soap as handle.
3. Remove Stubborn Screw.
Heat with a soldering iron for a few seconds first.
4. Protect Children From Sockets.
Keep a piece of electrical tape over them when not in use.< Less
The Pill Problem
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The Pill Problem teaches women how to protect their health from the dangerous side effects of oral contraceptives. Ross Pelton, a professional pharmacist and a certified clinical nutritionist,... More > educates women about why oral contraceptives can cause so many health problems and presents some relatively easy and inexpensive steps that can be taken to minimize their risks.
Birth control pills are currently taken by over 12 million women in the United States and over 100 million women worldwide. Unfortunately, most women don’t realize that taking the “pill” substantially increases their risks to many health problems, some of which are potentially very serious. Oral contraceptives increase a woman’s risk of depression, sleep disorders, anemia, low energy, migraine headaches, heart attacks, strokes, blood clots, diabetes, a weakened immune system, giving birth to an infant with birth defects, and cancers in the uterus, colon and breast.< Less
Alzheimer's Workbook, Holistic Health and Problem Solving for Everyday Care
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The Alzheimer's Workbook is an in-depth, easy to use guide to help caregivers track, document and understand the behaviors of a loved one with Alzheimer's Disease and other dementia disorders.
*... More > Helps caregivers track the Alzheimer's person through the 3 stages of the disease.
* Space for notes to chronicle the progression of the disease.
* Hundreds of practical, common sense problem solving suggestions to ease the stress of both caregivers and the person with Alzheimer's.
The Alzheimer's Workbook was written by Elizabeth Cochran, a home health nurse and case manager with a Masters Degree in Health Education who cared for her mother-in-law for four years in her home.< Less
200 Problem Solving Tips For Your Home and Your Health
Make living in your house a safe and health ordeal. in this material you'll see Interesting, little known tips, hints and tricks to help you around the house, in the garage, in the kitchen, with your... More > clothes, with your safety, with your beauty and with your health.< Less
The “People Power” Health Superbook: Book 9. Heart Problems/ Heart Disease
The heart is the engine of the body. It's always pumping blood. When it stops, you die. Many heart diseases are the result of years of wear and tear but some are congenital, a structural or... More > functional abnormalities there at birth.
As far as birth defects go, congenital heart defects are the most common kind, occurring in at least 1% of all live births.
The general knowledge thus far is that heart defects are not passed on by genetic inheritance, rather, it is a weakness the child is born with that could have something to do with what the mother did while pregnant (like had rubella which is linked to CHD), could be one part of another genetically inherited disorder like cystic fibrosis or could be the bad luck of the draw.
There will always be a certain percentage of live births born with anomalies and as far as medical knowledge currently knows, it's just one of those things some babies are born with but the news is not all bad.< Less