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In many ways, Rooman Ahad typifies a working mother with two young children. She gets the kids dressed for school, makes breakfast, packs their lunches and then drives her little ones to preschool or grade school before heading off to work.
Making eye contact when we first see someone creates a basis for intimacy, trust and a way for someone to express how they feel by squinting or opening the eyelids or with brow movement.
It is flu season, and it is a great time to take a step back and reevaluate healthcare needs within your family. Healthcare can be daunting and, oftentimes, we do not spend enough time planning for the unknown until we truly need it.
“So, you’re retired? How’s that going? What do you do all day? Do you miss working?” And a myriad of other questions from the steadily employed who know that their days at the grind are numbered.
New Vista, a local Las Vegas non-profit organization serving children and adults with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD), recently announced the launch of their pet therapy program, Paws-able. The program’s focus is to rescue shelter dogs and train them to assist and support individuals with IDD.
A one-of-a-kind Las Vegas leadership female team includes the guidance of Allison Zednicek, Chief Executive Officer; Tristan Ivy, Chief Financial Officer; and Cheryl Pena, Chief Nursing Officer.
Raise your hand if you have put off a decision, paper or project until the very last minute, hoping that what you decide, write, or complete doesn’t make people think less of you.
Michael S. Mall, M.D. is the medical director of Michael S. Mall, MD | Medical Concierge and New Image Advanced Laser Skin Center. Dr. Mall answers some common questions about health, but encourages those with concerns to seek professional help.
Michael S. Mall, M.D., medical director of Michael S. Mall, MD | Medical Concierge and New Image Advanced Laser Skin Center, now offers the cutting-edge treatment of umbilical stem cell therapy.
Emotional pain such as anger, sadness, fear, hurt and guilt leads to physical pain that gets locked into the body’s tissue, muscles and cells.