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18 Oct 2014 

Maybe you have lately observed a persistent ringing within your ears? It may be that you just just're experiencing tinnitus symptoms: a difficulty that every around just one in 5 folks working experience in their lifetime. This is actually a complex problem credited for the undeniable fact that it may make use of a big range of causes, this is why you should always seek the official diagnosis you'd like you should.

What you experienced the other day (or did you simply can get on my feet from sleep and turn on your computer) is often a classic case of tinnitus. This may be a condition whereby an individual hears all kinds of strange clicking, ringing, buzzing, whistling or hissing sounds from the ear. What's therefore worrisome regarding this disorder for a a lot of extra individuals is that, there's truly no physical availability of those sounds. What makes it more serious is always that, nobody generally seems to pay attention to them. Frankly, they will can not be very blamed. Naturally, if you cannot see where the sound is returning from, of course, if you keep hearing it, you know to urge worried.

Tinnitus is generally a hearing difficulty that impacts a essential portion while using population. Tinnitus, or ringing within the ears, might be the sensation of hearing ringing, buzzing, hissing, chirping, whistling or other sounds. The noise might be intermittent or continuous, and will vary in loudness. It truly is truly usually worse in the event the sufferer hears an upsetting ringing sensation. There are numerous sources readily available that describe tinnitus, its causes and acknowledged treatments. Background noise is low, so that you can possibly be most aware of it at evening an individual will be attempting to drift off inside a quiet space. In rare scenarios, the sound beats in sync together with your heart. Tinnitus is actually frequent, affecting around 50 million adults in India. For numerous folks the problem is simply an annoyance. In severe instances, having said that, tinnitus may lead to individuals today to have difficulties concentrating and sleeping. It may perhaps perhaps eventually restrict operate and individual relationships, leading to psychological distress. About 12 million individuals seek medical aid for severe tinnitus each year.

Next the researchers, they've shown that auditory cortex receives too many electrical signals, causing congestion on the transfer of data, which causes a sort of short circuit. Indeed, the thought would be to regulate the amount of signals received by the cortex, to get this done we are going to proceed with all the implantation of electrodes within the neck, and that has a type TRT sound therapy, that will last in the together a month.

The acupuncturist may, as part of his initial assessment, take notice of the patient's pulse and check of his/her tongue. The pulse provides practitioner information relating to the energy condition in regards to the body's meridians or energy channels that run along the body. The appearance in the tongue is an indicator of the body's heat, balance of fluid, and digestion. This information will be utilized for a diagnostic tool and included in the master plan of care.

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14 Sep 2014 

The bottom line is that in a health care system as complicated as ours, problems have multiple causes. And a single law can't solve every problem. With these ads, it's best to remember that they aren't really trying to educate the listener or viewer. Rather, they are using selective arguments and trying to score political points.

A few weeks ago I was quickly preparing to make the big move up to New York City from my hometown in suburban Florida. While I was finding housing, packing up all my belongings and preparing for my internship, I can't say health insurance ever crossed my mind.

I would encourage us to think broadly about who we consider our neighbors and how we care for them, and to engage with "faith-based insurance alternatives" with a keen understanding of the fact that they have many redeeming qualities, but that they are not in the business of insurance.

D. Brad Wright

Assistant Professor in the Department of Health Management and Policy at the University of Iowa

How can success be disaster, even in health care? As the Michael W. Smith song says, "Let me show you the way."

Deane Waldman

Board of Directors of NM Health Exchange, physician, systems theorist, and author of award-winning "The Cancer In Healthcare"

Some doctors seem to have embraced the airlines' model for doing business -- you know, the one where they now charge fees for things they used to just do for free.

It has been over four years signed ACA (originally PPAHCA; colloquially Obamacare) was signed into Law. Why is there at least as much controversy and outright anger today as there was prior to March 23, 2010? There are at least seven reasons why the ACA pot keeps boiling over.

Deane Waldman

Board of Directors of NM Health Exchange, physician, systems theorist, and author of award-winning "The Cancer In Healthcare"

In the wake of Congress' failure to advance meaningful immigration reform, it has become crystal clear that Congress will not act in any way that matters. One thing that can be fixed now with a swipe of the pen is the regulation impacting DREAMers, preventing them from accessing health care.

Kathy Ko Chin

President, Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum

ACA dead-enders will stay at it, fighting Medicaid expansion and filing creative, hopeless lawsuits. They'll stop Medicaid expansion in some states, denying coverage to millions of the most needy. But the ACA will survive. In health care policy, the arc of history has taken a decisive turn toward human decency.

M. Gregg Bloche, M.D., J.D.

Author, "The Hippocratic Myth," Professor of Law, Georgetown University & Co-Director, Center for Transnational Legal Studies, London

While Hobby Lobby and other legal battles are important decisions playing out in the high courts, none address the structural problems with the delivery of insurance to consumers. To address the structural problem, let's go back to the breakup of AT&T.

Dan Karr

Author, founder of Injured Money

The 21st anniversary of the implementation of the Family and Medical Leave Act on August 5 provides an important moment to examine how far our nation has come since President Clinton signed FMLA into law in 1993 and how far we still need to go.

When you file your 2014 taxes in January 2015, you may notice some changes on your 2014 taxes. To break down those changes, here are five things you need to know about the relationship between your taxes and health care.

As we move ahead with an eye toward enrolling a million more New Yorkers, a few key changes could make New York even more successful.

Imani* was 32 when she contracted HIV. Having watched many of her sister-friends die as a result of the virus, Imani did not expect to reach middle ag...

Irene Monroe

Nationally renowned African-American lesbian activist, scholar, public theologian and writer

Ain't freedom grand? And what says freedom better than being free from government mandates like the guarantee that you can't be denied health insurance because of a pre-existing condition?

Ian Reifowitz

Author of 'Obama's America: A Transformative Vision of Our National Identity'

Two separate federal appellate courts issued contradicting decisions this week that could potentially impact how millions of people pay for health insurance.

As co-chair of the new State Medicaid Expansion Caucus, I look forward to leading an ongoing dialogue on the how important expanding Medicaid is for my state, Georgia, and the entire country.

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20 Aug 2014 

Technically, there is no such thing as a teacup Pomeranian! Tiny Pomeranians bred with other tiny Pomeranians produce "teacup" Pomeranians! This is not a separate breed, and is neither recognized nor approved by the AKC.

Now that we got that out of the way, let's find out some more things about these tiny, fluffy bundles. Teacup Pomeranians are toy dogs. Since this is not technically a 'defined' breed, there are no definite specifications about their size, weight, health, diet or temperament. All these characteristics are similar to the Pomeranian breed, only packed in a much smaller size. The only area that generally is a concern with these midget sized dogs, is their health. Because when a dog is bred in a way that makes it smaller than it should be, health concerns are bound to arise.

These dogs are members of the Spitz family, and were originally bred to look like their current form in Pomerania, Germany. These active and playful dogs make for great companions. In fact, they pack a surprising amount of energy considering their size. From the Arctic, these dogs were brought to Germany and from there, during the mid-18th century, they were introduced throughout the European continent. Their next destination was the United Kingdom, where they gained immense popularity because of their diminutive size and evident 'cuteness'. Besides, they also had a royal connection!

General Information


Pomeranians are approximately 7-12 inches in height and about 5-9 lbs in weight, while fully grown teacup Pomeranians weight not more than 5 lbs, and are less than 11 inches in height. They can be carried in a purse or pocket.

A wedge-shaped head is accompanied by pointed ears.

The snout is short but sharp. The tail is flat and plumed and set high.

They have 2 coats. A soft, thick undercoat and a rough outer coat. The undercoat is shed twice annually.

They come in a wide variety of colors such as black, brown, white, sable, blue, cream, brindle, orange, red, spotted or in a combination of these.


Pomeranians are very active and playful dogs. They are natural watchdogs and also good companion dogs. They enjoy their owner's lap and love to be pampered. Loneliness can be a problem, as they tend to suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for long periods. Other than that, these dogs are also:








Easy to train

On the flip side though, if they are not trained properly and made aware that you are the leader, they tend to be:




Territorially defensive

Prone to excessive barking

Grooming requirements

Pomeranians have a thick double coat. Therefore, they require daily attention and care. Regular grooming of the Pomeranians will help keep their coats shiny, soft, fluffy and tangle-free. If their brushing and cleaning is neglected, then they may suffer from various skin problems. Neglecting brushing can make their coat matted and tangled, making grooming more difficult. To avoid all this, the following basic things need to be kept in mind:

Their coat needs daily combing and brushing.

Their nails need to be clipped regularly.

Teeth require regular brushing to prevent gum and tooth decay.

Ears need to be cleaned with an ear cleansing solution once every two weeks, to prevent ear mites.

If shedding is becoming a concern, their coat may need trimming twice or thrice annually.


Pomeranians need to be given the proper training so that they become pleasant, obedient and delightful companions. Pomeranians are pretty quick witted, and if trained with reward-based teaching methods, they respond quickly and pick up commands easily. While training them, it is important to keep in mind their attention span and work accordingly. Praise, encouragement and rewards will yield better and faster results than punishments.

Exercise requirements

Although teacup Pomeranians are tiny dogs, they need plenty of exercise which they get by running around in the house. They also love going for long walks, so be sure to take your pet out for a walk regularly.

Health Issues

Pomeranians live a little longer than other breeds because of their small size. Their average life span is 13-15 years. They are susceptible to a number of health problems such as:

Skin infections and diseases (specially Black Skin Disease)

Heart conditions

Eye infections and knee problems


Early loss of teeth


Tracheal collapse


Luxating patella

Merle dogs have their own set of problems in addition to this, like ametropia, intraocular pressure, colobomas, microphthalmia, and deafness. So, you need to be very careful about your dog's health.

Legal and Ethical Issues

Although the human mind has somehow programmed itself to associate almost all things tiny to being cute, or adorable, it is not advisable to take anything and everything, and make it small, while compromising on other vital aspects!The whole concept of teacup Pomeranians has a lot of people fuming. Normal Pomeranians are around 11 inches in height, and weigh 6-8 lbs on average. That is already SMALL! Improper breeding with smaller Pomeranians is wrong because it compromises on their health. Females, specially, face difficulty in giving birth because of their small size, and deaths due to delivery complications are on the rise. 'Backyard breeding' is the term used by antagonists. If you go to any forums, you will find them strongly advocating against this practice. The rest is up to an individual's personal opinion. Also, making the most of this rage are breeders who advertise their Pomeranian puppies as teacup puppies, as there is no way to determine what size the puppy will grow to.

Incredible though it may seem, the predecessors of the Pomeranians (and teacup Pomeranians) that we know today, were actually working dogs! Which means they were pretty big! It must have been some journey, from large to teacup!

Due to their small size, teacup Pomeranians make perfect pets for small houses and apartments. If you have small children in your house, then they should be taught how to handle the teacup Pomeranian so that it is not injured. Spend enough time with your dog and give it ample amount of love. With proper attention that covers nutrition, hygiene and health-related issues, you can keep your adorable companion happy and healthy for a long time.
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