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The Long Road to Fatherhood

When my son’s life was stuck in neutral last fall, I decided to take him on a cross-country road trip. I thought an adventure would give him new experiences and perspectives, open his mind to possibilities. Driving coast-to-coast helped change my own stalled life 30 years ago. There’s a reason stories of the road have… Read More »

Rehabilitation Across Europe For COVID-19 Effects to Human in Long Term

Although the peak of COVID-19 effects has already surpassed for much of Europe, researches continues to show the diverse effects of the pandemic on the human body. These adverse effects include harm to the lungs, liver, kidney, brain, nervous system, heart, cardiovascular system, infection in the skin and the gastrointestinal tract. However, what the communities… Read More »

A Long Road to Recovery for Some COVID Survivors

More help for COVID-19 patients At Glen Cove, Panzok and other COVID-19 patients worked with an array of specialists to regain abilities damaged by their illnesses. They include physical and occupational therapists, speech and swallowing therapists, psychologists and social workers. “Acute rehab is all about restoring independence, function and quality of life to a patient’s… Read More »

Gestational diabetes controlled by diet long term risks

Gestational diabetes arises in certain women who cannot overcome the insulin resistance that develops during pregnancy. In most cases, the condition goes away after the baby is delivered. However, women who have gestational diabetes have increased risks of developing Type 2 diabetes later in life. Insulin, a hormone secreted by the pancreas, regulates blood sugar… Read More »