Franklin County Area Business Digest – Chambersburg Public Opinion

Dr. Ledinh will offer services including Botox, laser hair removal, body contouring, breast augmentation, breast reconstruction, breast reduction, facial cosmetic surgery, hand surgery, wound care, and more. Summit Orthopedic Group has welcomed three new care providers to its teams in Chambersburg and Waynesboro. Originally attending school for a business degree, Anthony Casto later decided to become a physician assistant and has worked in orthopedics for more than seven years. With family in Mercersburg, Baltimore, and Washington, D.C., Casto found Franklin County to be a good centralized location. He’s excited for the rural lifestyle and to develop a close relationship with patients. Growing up in Western Pennsylvania, Mark Contrael served in the United States Marine Corps before graduating from Alderson-Broadus College as a physician assistant.
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Teenager severely beaten while leaving Corn Festival – Chronicle-Telegram

Low-birthweight babies, in turn, are at higher risk later in life of type-2 diabetes, heart attack and other chronic diseases that kill breadwinners and are expensive to treat. Haunting Legacy If we dont take care of all these issues, its going to come back to haunt us, Chan said. Many countries health system will go into insolvency. Last year, 289,000 women died giving life and about 1 million newborns didnt survive their first day amid a dearth of high-quality, skilled maternity care. Their plight is gaining attention with only 500 days to go before the world is scheduled to meet the eight Millennium Development Goals for improving the health and wellbeing of the worlds most vulnerable people. The targets least likely to be met include a two-thirds reduction in child mortality from 1990 levels and a 75 percent drop in the rate women die from childbirth. Most Dangerous Day The day of birth is the most dangerous day of your life, said Joy Lawn, director of the Centre for Maternal, Adolescent, Reproductive & Child Health at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine .
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Most Dangerous Day of Life Is Birth as Million Babies Die – Bloomberg

Lori Hudson, RN, FNP-C Owner of Temple Medical Clinic in Temple, Georgia Lori Hudson was a nurse when she encountered her first nurse practitioner. She asked to shadow the NP and saw her attending to the needs of the whole patient, not just addressing the particular illness. She worked for a large medical practice, but she also had her own sign, said Hudson. I decided then that I wanted to have my own sign someday. She does in front of Temple Medical Clinic, her own practice located in a refurbished 1930s house. She had been working in a large practice as an NP, when a physician offered her the practice in Temple, Georgia 10 years ago.
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Nurse practitioners are the future of health care | http://www.ajc.com

Vincenzo said his son, who plays baseball at EC, is faring pretty well considering the ordeal. It could have turned out a lot worse, Vincenzo said. It wasnt until this morning that I actually cried about it. A youth football program coach in North Ridgeville, Vincenzo has also coached at Holy Trinity School in Avon, and for an inner-city youth football program in Lorain that was linked to former Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Cribbs. Garrow said police had heard about a possible earlier incident involving a couple confronted by a youth who fit a description given by Vincenzo of one of his sons attackers as a male wearing a red baseball hat, and having a goatee and braided hair. We had heard a rumor about an earlier attack, but that might have happened in Elyria, Garrow said.
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