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Specialist Media and PR initiatives at Health Plus Management.

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  1. Finding A Pain Specialist — April 24, 2017
  2. Botox Injection Therapy For Pain — April 15, 2017
  3. Cannabis Evaluations — February 17, 2017
  4. NYC Spine & Sports Medicine Clinic Opens — December 8, 2016
  5. Pain clinic opens in White Plains, NY — October 5, 2016

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Aug 30

Poll shows support for banning credit scores in auto insurance coverage

QUINCY — A new poll indicates that a ballot question to ban the use of credit scores for car insurance would be approved if it went to voters today. A phone poll commissioned by the Massachusetts Association of Insurance Agents shows that 63.5 percent of likely voters would definitely support or probably support a law …

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Aug 30

Car Insurance Company Progressive Ranks in Top 50 Best Places to Work for Latinas Two Years in a Row

Progressive selected from more than 800 companies for the annual LATINA Style 50   MAYFIELD VILLAGE, Ohio–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Progressive® Insurance has been named to the LATINA Style 50, LATINA Style magazine’s annual list of the best companies for Latinas in the U.S. This is the second year in a row the publication has recognized the car …

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Aug 29

Youth boxing opposed by leading doctors

NEW YORK  — The nation’s largest group of pediatricians on Monday urged its members to “vigorously oppose boxing for any child or adolescent.” In a statement, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) said thousands of boys and girls participate in the sport in North America, despite risks of serious brain and facial injuries. The group’s …

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Aug 29

Workers’ comp shortfall surges toward $1 billion

An analysis of the state’s insolvent workers’ compensation trusts shows that a deficit thought last summer to be $600 million is now nearly $1 billion.   A 10-page report by the state Workers’ Compensation Board, required by Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s budget legislation, puts the workers’ compensation deficit at $924.6 million. The totals are based on …

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Aug 29

Costco ‘Slurpee Slip and Fall’ Suit Stays in New York

A 74-year-old woman who said she was injured after falling in a Costco store in Florida beat back the retailer’s effort to move the case to that state because it was too much trouble to defend itself in New York. Theresa Danza sued Costco in her hometown of Brooklyn, New York, claiming she was hospitalized …

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Aug 26

Evacuations Begin at Some Hospitals and Nursing Homes Before Storm

With Hurricane Irene pushing relentlessly toward the East Coast, New York City began evacuating hospitals and nursing homes in low-lying areas on Friday morning, and the National Weather Service issued a hurricane watch for the city, Long Island and Connecticut and a hurricane warning for much of New Jersey. Related City Room: City Web Site …

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Aug 25

Tackling injury on the high school fields

Updated: August 25, 2011, 12:54 PM High school athletes are flocking back to Western New York’s sports fields. While students are busy sprinting, kicking and tackling to make their teams, their parents and coaches are focusing on a goal they say is just as important: Ensuring their boys and girls don’t suffer the debilitating effects …

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Aug 25

NFL Workers’ Comp Agreement Benefits Players

With the NFL lockout over, football fans are excited for the upcoming season. Learn more about how players may file workers’ compensation claims in states where their team is not based. August 25, 2011 /24-7PressRelease/ — Now that the NFL lockout is over, football fans across the nation are excited for the upcoming season. One …

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Aug 25

Irene May Require NYC Evacuations

New York officials preparing for Hurricane Irene this weekend will decide tomorrow whether to call for the evacuation of low-lying areas in downtown Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island, Mayor Michael Bloomberg said. The decision would be based on the strength, path and speed of the storm, Bloomberg told reporters today at a news conference …

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Aug 24

Earthquake New York: Mayor Bloomberg Says Damage Minimal

August 23, 2011 4:51 PM EDT New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said at a Tuesday afternoon press conference that tremors emanating from an earthquake in Virginia did not cause any deaths, injuries or significant damage to city infrastructure and buildings. Enlarge (Photo: REUTERS/Chip East) New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg. Get summaries of the …

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