That's right. . .We-R talking BEDROOM Safety. . . tonight. . .
Call 347 945 5416. PUSH #1 to Talk.
Healthy SMART HOMES 2020
9:00 PM :: BED CHECK: Get 3 Compass and MARCH straight to your bedroom
Talking Type #3 Diabetes. . . (continued)
What is it? Can your house cause it?
Reducing Environmental Toxins, especially static EMF. That's WHAT we must do!
9:30 PM :: 1 in 26 Americans will develop a seizure disorder in their lifetime. We must stop this madness. Tell all to GET their heads off the wall. . . reduce exposure to electrical currents and get a Flat Battery BIOHarmonizer on their foot.
Flat Batteries help to reduce "Static EMF Radiation" absorption. Prevent injuries.
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NEXT WEEK. . .
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May 14, 2016 :: 4:00 PM
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FOR God and Healthy Families, I am. . .
Rhoda Zione Alale, RN, PhD
Scholar in Resident
The Center for Health Equity
Teachers College, Columbia University
President & Chief Scientist
The MiChi Health EpiCenter
800 615 0456, ext 106
Sick Houses MAKE Sick Families. . .
Indoor Environmental Safety is our Goal.
Let's get it DONE!
:: The Center for Disease Control recognizes that "electricity & chemicals cause injuries."
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Background, Page 3, third paragraph
* WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION ::
Current Procedural Terminology
(Includes Necessary Monitoring); Single seizure. This code is for electroconvulsive therapy (ECT), which involves the application of electric current to the patient’s brain for the purposes of producing a seizure or series of seizures to alleviate mental symptoms. ECT is used primarily for the treatment of depression that does not respond to medication.
The code includes the time the physician takes to monitor the patient during the convulsive phase and during the recovery phase. When the psychiatrist also administers the anesthesia for ECT, the anesthesia service should be reported separately, using an anesthesia code. ECT is covered by most insurance plans.