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3 Super Simple Ways to Reduce Stress

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Posted on February 4, 2015 at 6:14 pm

How To Reduce Stress A great many of us live stressful lives. It’s something millions of people experience every single day, and the reasons for the stress are as diverse as the people themselves! Photo by Steve Erickson From jobs and kids, to money, time, self-esteem, relationships, health concerns, politics… almost anything we deal with on regular basis can be a source of stress. But stress, at least the way most of us deal with it, only does more harm, makes us less effective and less pro .......

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6 Beverages You Should Stop Drinking (Infographic)

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Posted on January 30, 2015 at 10:38 pm

Time and time again we’ve been told what to eat, what to drink and what to go without. Here’s a simple illustration of some of the beverages it might be a good idea to cut down on or eliminate from your diet altogether (some might be easier than others). .......

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5 Ways to Avoid Getting Sick (When Everybody Else Is)

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Posted on January 30, 2015 at 12:50 pm

We all want to avoid coming down with an illness, but sometimes we don’t have a choice about spending time around sick people. It might be your kids, your spouse, your coworkers, or even just being out in public when there’s a nasty bug going around – whatever the circumstances, we just can’t completely avoid being exposed to potential sickness. You can, however, take some steps to protect ourselves and bolster our immune systems so that when we’re inevitably around a contagious sick p .......

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What 20 Minutes of Exercise Does to Your Brain (Infographic)

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Posted on January 29, 2015 at 4:04 pm

We all know exercise is important, but what effects does 20 minutes really have on your brain? .......

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5 Ways To Beat Obesity and Curb Weight Gain Before It Starts

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Posted on January 27, 2015 at 8:36 pm

Obesity is one of the largest health concerns facing Americans today. Not only is unhealthy weight a contributing factor to heart disease and type 2 diabetes (as many of us are aware), its also plays a role in many other health concerns, from hypertension and breathing problems to liver disease and osteoarthritis. Image from: //pixabay.com/en/users/jesslef-107802/ But even beyond these specific issues, obesity is also a source of discomfort, anxiety, and general difficulty for many, many pe .......

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Introduction & Part 1: How Healthcare is Trending

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Posted on January 2, 2015 at 3:20 am

Why Telemedicine is changing the healthcare landscape and redefining the meaning of a Doctor’s “Office” visit. By Steve Okhravi, MD, MBA, CPE If you ask a patient what they think about the average Dr.’s office visit they’ll often tell you: a) The don’t like to wait for the physician, (1) The average Primary Care Physician’s in-office wait — prior to getting in front of the Doctor after you’ve shown up for your scheduled appointment–can be an hour or more … (2) .......

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Overview: How Healthcare is Trending (Seven Part Series)

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Posted on December 23, 2014 at 3:14 am

Why Telemedicine is changing the healthcare landscape and redefining the meaning of a Doctor’s “Office” visit. By Steve Okhravi, MD, MBA, CPE Dr. Okhravi’s deep credentials have made him the perfect candidate for creating and leading Emergency Medical Care facilities in NYC. This novel Urgent Care facility is dedicated to the NYC communities that EMC serves. In his professional CV you’ll find an uncanny blend of healthcare practice, process and work flow savvy, along with e .......

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Hello world!

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Posted on December 11, 2014 at 8:44 pm

Welcome to WordPress. This is your first post. Edit or delete it, then start blogging! .......

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5 Ways Healthcare Will Be Awesome In The Next 10 Years

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Posted on November 30, 2014 at 6:02 pm

We here in DocChat are all about envisioning where the healthcare system could be, and doing our part in making it not only more accessible, but better for everybody. Over the last ten years, healthcare has undergone some dramatic cultural and technological shifts which have led to a better quality of care, and faster turnaround times for patients. For instance, did you know that only 15-20 years ago smoking in hospitals was overlooked? There were either separate rooms for smokers, or doctors wo .......

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Weekly Recap: Videos and Logistical Progression

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Posted on November 24, 2014 at 6:41 pm

Hey guys, Last week was interesting over at the DocChat HQ. Most of the week was divided between finalizing video parts for our upcoming fundable campaign, and demo campaigns, and meeting with individuals in the medical space to discuss future company alignments. Here is our first public video demo of the DocChat telemedicine app which demonstrates how easy it is to see a doctor through your smartphone. Note: This is a not a representation of the final product, once a week there will be a new v .......

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