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In the UK, Oli Cooney had been lifting since he was 16 years old, pursuing his dream of being a professional bodybuilder. Dubbed a “fitness fanatic” by his family, he was open to his physician about taking anabolic steroids to enhance his performance and physique, but ignored warnings that he was willingly putting his life at risk. He died after four years of abuse.
It was a year ago that Cooney went to the Bradford Royal Infirmary with complaints of chest pains. Diagnosed with chronic heart disease, doctors urged him to stop taking steroids, but the damage was already done. He suffered... (more)
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, about 72% of physician's offices had adopted digital records systems by 2012. Whether your office relies on Electronic Medical Records (EMR) or Electronic Health Records (EHR), you will certainly come across new concerns regarding data storage, backups, access, and security. Digital records are subject to entirely different rules, behaviors, and threats than older paper records. Here are some considerations your workplace should make when it comes to EMR and EHR data.
If your office equipment was stolen... (more)
In fact, there wouldn't be any online shopping at all.
So, if you happen to be someone who has an online company, we're pretty sure that your top goal is making sure that your product or service is top-notch. Not only is that a great way to draw customers in but it's also how you turn them into return customers too. Well, at least that's one of the ways.
If you're someone who is doing pretty well online, but you would like to know about some of the things you can do that will both inspire as well as reward your customers so that they will remain loyal to your business, you've... (more)
Although the government benefits from these collections, there are other Americans who benefit from this tax time of year as well. Tax accountants are happy to welcome in the New Year—it heralds the beginning of the new tax season. Tax accountants’ appointment books fill to capacity, and tax offices become active, busy places. In the United States, citizens have from January to April of every year to even the score with Uncle Sam’s IRS. So as individuals moan and groan at the thought of tax season, accountants are smiling broadly—counting their money.
Taxman Training and Tithes Perhaps... (more)