Years ago I used to worry about the affects that getting older would have on my health. It was one of those things that I knew that being young was actually one of the best gifts one could have because for the most part if you are young it would not take you an eternity to recover from anything. Which was my life basically I didn't have ailments in my young age. I wanted this to last. However, but I knew my body, given time would go through the usual process of aging and all of the problems I didn't have as a young person could bother me now as I dare say in a middle age way. I will be 53 in several weeks, so I think it's ok to use middle aged. As I researched supplements I found that if I took the ones that could replace what my body could no longer produce then, I would be able to keep that good or very decent health that I had in my younger years and without the side effects of medications that are prescribed by a physician. In many a ways I have found this to be a success and am happy to not have problems. As I say, "Apples go bad over time, even if you pick a ripe one!". When it comes to health insurance, employers and even companies have eliminated a lot of benefits by not providing health insurance by creating different classifications of employee's so that they do not get certain benefits other people would. This of course is to eliminate overhead expenses and to put companies in a position of profit, but I guess if you don't consider your hard working employees and classify them in a way so that they do not get benefits then, somehow karma has a way of bestowing itself on that company; especially in the medical profession. So I have made it my mission of sorts to make my mind and body independent of the barriers that could also affect it. Supplements, when taken in adequate quantities have helped in many a way. They also helped because health insurance is too expensive to use. Supplements or herbal ones have been around for years and you don't have to worry about getting diseases that you have to get involved with some class action lawsuit over. People depend on physicians, medications and of course jobs or employment; but as you know when it rains it pours and things begin to fall apart, look outside of western medicine and remember that this is all a business in which some instances we are the go-to person. It's bothersome to have that kind of burden put upon one, but business can't solve what it's karma has already caused; so business will reap the benefits of its bad karma! Supplements outside of the business sense is good karma and good karma is the healthiest one to have!
What I want to know from any potential employer out there is this: Why should a front desk medical worker be burdened with things like the solvency of a medical office? If the physicians who are in the capacity of making the decisions as to what needs to be done to keep a place functioning and operational, do not make such decisions then what are the employees supposed to do? When you have company solvency, it's generally affects the day to day existence of it. For example. Park Medical is a very small practice. It is so small that they have no bookkeeper, IT person, manager, nurse or even a PA. Park Medical had a roster of patients, but never seemed to be able to keep up with the expenses of having a medical office. This was despite the fact that they did not provide for retirement or health insurance for their employees. Since Park Medical was not part of a large group or hospital, expenses like medical malpractice insurance, rent and other expenses that are normally covered when working for a larger company or institution; Park Medical had to endure making these payments themselves. Since Park Medical has very few employees, it was the employees who had to do much of the work for the years that Park Medical existed. It became depressing to find that the solvency of Park Medical seemed to be in jeopardy from month to month as bills had to be paid and paychecks had to be distributed. The lack of raises despite continuous work and, neither was there vacations or other things that come with being employed in a company. After all was said and done, Park Medical suffered from a severe solvency crisis, that neither physician wanted to provide an answer to. It was like the employee's felt that they were left hanging, and this was not good. Without a dependable paycheck due to the solvency of Park Medical- what are the employees supposed to do? This was strange because the physicians of Park Medical only were interested in seeing patients and seemed to be in neglect of the corporate or company approach to operating a medical office. The employees became disgusted because of the toss-up game between paying company bills of Park Medical or cashing their paychecks. They saw how bad things were and knew that the perk of having a job or at least this one was over. One of the employees disliked to fact that neither physician wanted to do anything about the solvency problem. It was then she realized it was time to go. Each person has to have a solvency or financial solvency about themselves in order to survive. If you're well-off or wealthy, you can volunteer and do things without pay because you have the financial means to survive. But for the rest who must scramble to make pay for themselves, they can't spend their time working at places like Park Medical, due to the fact that they were having difficulty financially and if they continued to stay, so would they. Solvency- is that considered grounds for collecting unemployment? Think about it, if you work and your employer cannot pay you because there are other factors such as bills, rent ect, then you are being abused into staying due to the risk that they will be unable to pay you instead. Yes, I think this is "good cause" for unemployment and should be considered. Listen, I prefer to work but there are situations that prevent "being lucky to have a job" from happening. I am not of the LBN or lazy and black and N----- community- that's fake news right there! But, I will say people should not be abused at work at any attempt due to a company's solvency issue, because they cannot afford or don't want to pay you for all the work you do- and that's the real news!
The popliteal lymph nodes are nodes that are located around the knees. They are the lymphatic system for the legs and the feet. There are popliteal lymph nodes near the popliteal vessels and the superficial popliteal lymph node that is connected to the small saphenous vein. Within the popliteal lymph node a fibrous outer capsule encloses the lymphatic tissue that balances and filters the blood supply to the lower extremities. With all that being said, the lymph node is simply a node that is responsible for the transport of fluid called "lymph" fluid from the cells in your body and into the bloodstream. The lymph nodes are responsible for fighting infection, they trap bacteria and waste products and also destroy old or abnormal cells in the body. Lymphedema is the swelling of a limb on the body, which is usually around the feet or ankles or even the arm, this is due to poor drainage of the lymph fluid. Lymphedema can be the result of a surgery that occurred near the a lymph node or popliteal lymph nodes causing them to be subjected to damage during surgery. If in that instance a popliteal lymph node had to be removed then, there is a chance that a buildup of fluid will occur. The fluid accumulation causes swelling in the legs or feet. Lymphedema, can also be caused by a cancer that blocks the lymph nodes or vessels. This is tough, because if one is affected by lymphedema as a result of surgery then, what can be done to prevent it from constantly occurring? Compression of the lymph node or swollen area can be done to reduce the swelling or if tolerated exercise can be done along with manual lymphatic drainage. These are some of the therapeutic activities that can be done by a patient to reduce the swollen ankles or feet especially after surgery. Pedal edema is often referred to as the accumulation of fluid in the lower legs and feet. This can be caused by venous edema which is caused by retention of protein-poor fluid in the venous system or by lymphatic edema which occurs when there is a dysfunction of lymphatic flow resulting in the accumulation of protein-rich fluid in the limbs or arms, legs and feet. Let's just say that there is no venous edema, but obviously there is something wrong to cause so much swelling and discomfort. Hmm, perhaps a comprehensive metabolic panel which includes the lab test albumin will help figure things out. Albumin is a protein that is made by your liver. Albumin is responsible for keeping fluid in the bloodstream and preventing it from leaking into other tissues. Low albumin levels are an indicator that there is a problem with the liver or kidneys. Low albumin or hypoalbuminemia is also common in patients with congestive heart failure or CHF. Like I said, this is tough because sometimes CHF can be confused for lymphedema. Why? the symptoms can be the same when there is fluid build-up in the lower limbs. This is because since the heart is not pumping as it should in a person with congestive heart failure and blood builds up waiting to get into the heart since the heart's output of blood is less than normal, pressure in the veins also increases, since veins are permeable the extra pressure causes fluid to leak out of the veins and into the tissue; and most commonly into the ankles and legs since this is the area of greatest pressure and this causes the lower extremity swelling. The heart can sometimes be affected by surgery and in the instance of congestive heart failure lower extremity edema is a common symptom. When there is a cause for concern regarding uncontrollable lymphedema after surgery near the popliteal lymph nodes or any lymph nodes- get to the heart of the problem and make sure it is not congestive heart failure or CHF!
One would never think that happiness or being happy is somewhat of a rite of passage. It is a sad state of affairs when a person is not given his or her own right to be happy. I mean this to say, this should not be a world where you should be able to go out and put yourself in all kinds of danger so that one can be happy or free; but there should be some intelligence used when making such decisions. For example: Weary Writer loves to write and learn different things. She is in her early fifties so she gets the "memo" and is not a spring chippy. But Weary Writer has had one constant problem in her life, which is "she is never happy." All of the differences and constraints brought upon her in her life has really limited her in many a way. "I just want to be happy and make my own decisions in life." she says. Weary Writer finds her life being miserable because others or people who have their own selfish interests at heart usually interfere in Weary Writers world. It is well known that Weary Writer is not happy at her job, and she knows it's time to leave. It's sad that Weary Writer never became the grown up person she wanted to be because of the typical regression restraints people in society put on people like her. Weary Writer despises the fact that people see others as "animals in a zoo." Now, as exotic as that may seem, the way people are treated or even hired has affected them greatly because of this-even Weary Writer. Currently, Weary Writer feels caged in because of the ignorance of others, sure she has some food and of course water, but that is the life of a caged one, they have nothing else to speak of. Why?, there are those who don't want people to exist or blend into society, especially when things seem somewhat exotic for them. So there goes the salary that would allow one to live as a grown up person or be somewhat independent. Yes, Weary Writer appreciates all of the good things that people have done her, but there comes a point in life that she needs to establish her own self worth, which is part of being an able mind and body grown up person. Besides, as Weary Writer puts it, "if I knew that it was going to be this way- why can't I just stay home?" But, Weary Writer still needs to find that job that would allow her the happiness she so deserves and the salary that would enable her to do the things she wants to do within reason and and needs to do for her own happiness and survival. Weary Writer feels that her happiness was overlooked and this is distressing to her. Weary Writer's next goal is to be happy and to have a certain independence about herself that this life or existence does not provide- this also means time for Weary Writer to continue her writing and other creative interests. A few weeks ago, I made mention of a Sunday crossword puzzle. A bird may "sing" in expression because people are afraid of it's feathers-however exotic or different. When we realize that each feather should not be of fear then this world or country can soar as it should!
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