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Date registered: August 25, 2010

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Specialist Media and PR initiatives at Health Plus Management.

Latest posts

  1. Lady Gaga Silent Pain No More — September 27, 2017
  2. National Pain Awareness Month — August 28, 2017
  3. PRP Therapy Faster Healing For Athletes — August 8, 2017
  4. Brooklyn Pain Specialist — July 20, 2017
  5. Marijuana medical health benefits — June 19, 2017

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Jun 27

No Resolution for Mixed Martial Arts

In the friendly confines of a fight cage, few mixed martial arts bouts last even three minutes. Related Times Topic: Mixed Martial Arts In Albany, the clash will not end. With the legislative session having ended, a bill to legalize the sport in New York has, once again, been relegated to limbo status. Last month, …

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Jun 27

CONCUSSION MUST BE TAKEN SERIOUSLY

By James Hufnagel Niagara Falls is a competitive city filled with spirited people, so it’s no surprise that our youth take to rough-and-tumble contact sports with vigor and enthusiasm. Whether it’s Niagara University hockey, lacrosse at Niagara County Community College or Wolverine football, or one of the numerous sports programs participated in by hundreds of …

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Jun 27

Quinn to sign workers’ compensation reform Tuesday

June 26, 2011|By Monique Garcia, Tribune reporter Gov. Pat Quinn on Tuesday plans to sign into law an overhaul of the state’s workers’ compensation system, a move that will slash medical rates, set new standards in determining a worker’s disability and put in place more safeguards to prevent abuse. The governor is scheduled to mark …

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Jun 23

Assembly Passes Bill Honoring Fallen Malverne Firefighter

The New York state Assembly and Senate approve amendment to criteria for adding volunteer firefighters to memorial in Albany. Nearly five years after Malverne volunteer firefighter Paul Brady perished in the line of duty, his name may finally appear on a memorial in Albany in The New York state Assembly approved an act (A05933) to …

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Jun 22

OSHA cites 3 Queens, NY, contractors for safety hazards following construction site fatality in Elmhurst, NY

US Labor Department’s OSHA cites 3 Queens, NY, contractors for safety hazards following construction site fatality in Elmhurst, NY NEW YORK (MMD Newswire) June 14, 2011 – – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration has cited Sing Da Corp., H Rock Corp. and Vera Construction Inc. for alleged willful, repeat and …

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Jun 22

Bill would relieve harness industry workers of workers’ compensation premiums

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Harness industry workers such as catch drivers, blacksmiths and veterinarians would get relief from workers’ compensation premiums under recently introduced state legislation. Such independent contractors are currently considered “employees” by State Insurance Fund auditors and are wrongly assessed workers’ compensation premiums, the Empire State Harness Horsemen’s Alliance said. The alliance is composed …

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Jun 22

To Stretch or Not to Stretch

Is it time, once again, to stretch? For decades, many of us stretched before a workout, usually by reaching toward our toes or leaning against a wall to elongate our hamstrings, then holding that pose without moving until it felt uncomfortable, a technique known as static stretching. Most people, including scientists and entire generations of …

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Jun 22

Nine lives at once! Cat survives incredible 14-story fall from Manhattan apartment building

Talk about having nine lives. Copper, a nine-year-old cat, survived a 14-story fall from her owners’ New York City apartment building. When Angela Lang and her family moved into the Upper West Side apartment last month, they didn’t think Copper would be able to slip out of the building through the windows, which don’t open …

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Jun 22

State lawmakers weigh changes to Workers’ Comp guidelines

State lawmakers are considering altering workers’ compensation guidelines adopted last year that injured workers complain have resulted in reduced or denied medical treatment. The debate centers on medical treatment guidelines for injured workers that the Workers’ Compensation Board adopted on Dec. 1, 2010. Advocates for injured workers claim those guidelines should not apply retroactively to …

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Jun 20

NYC police run up more legal claims than hospitals

NEW YORK – New York City paid nearly $521 million in personal injury and property damage claims in 2010 — marking the first time in 30 years that the police department’s liabilities topped those of public hospitals, according to a city comptroller’s report issued on Wednesday. The total payout, though, is down 7 percent from …

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