Stem Cell Treatment # 8 – Black Holes & Postoperative Care

My 8th Stem Cell treatment was on October 20, 2016 provided by Dr. Thomas Balshi, MD. In this interview, Dr. Balshi explains the black holes as seen on my November 2015 MRI and also liposuction post operative care. Stem cells are cells that can self-renew to produce more stem cells. …

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10 Money Management Tools Inside Google Drive You Should Use Today

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Managing money. What a waste of time, isn’t it? The problem is, if you don’t manage it, you end up without it. Not much fun. So, how about a few useful money management tools to help you get started right inside your Google Drive account? Google Drive. It’s like that …

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9 Simple Tips for Making Your Website Disability-Friendly

The Internet isn’t always “one size fits all.” Every day, inaccessible web design prevents billions of people in the disabled community from an easy online experience. For those with visual impairments, learning difficulties, hearing loss and more, there are dozens of unique challenges waiting behind every URL. But building a …

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Canadian Airlines Told To Allow Free Attendant Fare

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In January 2008, the Canadian Transportation Agency gave Canadian airlines a year to carry out policies to allow free attendant travel for people with severe disabilities who cannot travel alone. The CTA policy was called One Person One Fare. There is the good and bad to this story. WestJet WestJet …

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A LETTER TO PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC DISEASE

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Author: Dr Rob Laberts, LLC, Internal Medicine & Pediatrics Dear Patients: You have it very hard, much harder than most people understand.  Having sat for 16 years listening to the stories, seeing the tiredness in your eyes, hearing you try to describe the indescribable, I have come to understand that I …

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