Cancer Patients Experiencing Chemo Brain: Get Those Feet Moving!

This October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month was greeted with some early good news: reports released in September indicate that breast cancer patients experiencing symptoms like "chemo brain" can benefit greatly with regular exercise. What is "Chemo Brain"? “Chemo brain" refers to common symptoms often reported by patients while undergoing chemotherapy. These symptoms include...
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From Box Office to Basketball and More, AMBA Passports Are a Slam Dunk of Savings

Have you discovered the amazing discounts waiting for you through AMBA Passport? From movie tickets to sporting events and more, you can take advantage of incredible savings on your favorite entertainment every day.   This fall sees a number of long-awaited blockbusters hitting the theaters. From the latest installment of favorite action and adventure franchises to enjoy with the...
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An Ambulance Trip Is Stress Enough. With MASA, the Cost Doesn’t Have to Be

People who take an ambulance trip frequently ask the same question when they receive the bill. “Why was the cost of the ambulance so expensive?” It might seem a short ride to the hospital should cost about as much as an Uber ride. But ambulance rides and Uber rides are two very different things. Labor, Training, Readiness, and Equipment Emergency medical teams need hands-on...
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Finding a Way to Diagnose Long COVID Through the Eyes

Nearly two years into the pandemic, doctors are still struggling to diagnose “Long COVID”. This is where patients continue to struggle with COVID symptoms after the acute phase of the infection, which is usually approximately four weeks. These symptoms can include neurological issues such as severe headaches, numbness, dizziness, and a loss of taste and smell. Doctors are searching...
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