Friday, May 23, 2014

How to get the best out of bad situation

I would like to talk a little about gambling at casinos. Some say it's fun and a great type of entertainment. On the other hand there a lot of people who say that gambling is very bad and it ruins people's lives. Today I want to talk about another aspect of this.

Out technology is so advanced that we can do lots of stuff without leaving our homes. And over a decade people can gamble without visiting any land based casino. I would always recommend playing online instead of playing in a land based casino.

First of all people love casinos because they offer cheap drinks (sometimes even free). Well it's very bad for your health and by staying at home you won't drink that much for sure.

The other benefit is that you can stay with your kids and wife at home while having some gambling fun. You don't even have to concentrate on the game. You can just set auto-spins on slots and see the result after you come back. Although it's not that fun when you don't see the action.

Another big advantage is that you will keep sense of time so you won't get stuck in casino overnight.

If you like to gamble then no one will change that but you should try to find the most convenient way to gamble for you and your loved ones.

Thank you CasinoSmash for helping with this article.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Improving Chronic Illness Care

In this study report, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation discusses the Chronic Care Model, an attempt to create a collaboration among patients, physicians, nurses, case managers, dieticians, patient educators, families and friends in the care of chronic conditions.

Full report is available

Prioritizing a preventable epidemic - a primer for the media on noncommunicable diseases

World Health Organization, Western Pacific Region presents an overview for the media on the devastating effects of chronic (non-communicable) disease in the world. The report is part of the United Nations High-level Summit on Noncommunicable Disease Prevention and Control in September 2011 in New York.

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Transforming Community Health Centers into Patient-Centered Medical Homes: The Role of Payment Reform

Commonwealth Fund looks at methods that could utilized to create medical homes within community centers under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act of 2010.

Full report is available

Using the Basic Health Program to Make Coverage More Affordable to Low-Income Households: A Promising Approach for Many States

Urban Institute looks at ways in which states can build on existing programs to provide more affordable health coverage to low-income households under the new rules of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.

Full report is available