Mich’s Monday Mantra “Birds Of A Feather Flock Together”

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Mich’s Monday Mantra coming to you from your Online HIV Pharmacist at HIV Thrive , is coming to from Doheny State Beach in Dana Point, California Our Mantra today is “Birds of A Feather Flock Together” Enjoy  

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Officials Revoke Blue Shield of California’s Tax-Exempt Status

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California Healthline, Wednesday, March 18, 2015 The California Franchise Tax Board has stripped the not-for-profit Blue Shield of California of its tax-exempt status, the Los Angeles Times reports. Background According to the Times, the tax-exempt status revocation comes as Blue Shield has faced criticism over its: Executive pay; Rate hikes; and $4.2 billion surplus. According…

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Mich’s Monday Mantra “Only From The Heart can You Touch The Sky”

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Mich’s Monday Mantra is coming to you live from  Crystal Cove State Park In Newport Beach, California. Our Mantra today is a quote from Rumi.  “Only From The Heart Can You Touch The Sky” Enjoy #MindsetMatters

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Mail Order Pharmacy: Generating Massive Waste and Draining Our Health Care System

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Mail Order Pharmacies, many of which are owned and operated by Insurance companies, PBM’s and Big Box Chain Pharmacies, are the source of massive waste and irresponsible practices that are draining our healthcare system and NOT providing any patient care. You would think such incestuous behavior would be illegal, but the government turns a blind…

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Mich’s Monday Mantra “Mindset Matters”

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Mich’s Monday Mantra  is coming to you today from Laguna Beach, California Our Mantra today is “Mindset Matters” In order to create and operate a successful pharmacy business YOUR Mindset is everything. Mindset does matter as yours sets the tone for your life, your business and all those around you, including your family, your employees…

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Drug Transparency Bill May Be First in Nation

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by George Lauer, California Healthline Features Editor, California Healthline, Monday, March 2, 2015 A bill in the California Legislature that would require pharmaceutical manufacturers to explain the prices for their expensive products is thought to be the first legislative attempt of its kind in the country. The bill — AB 463, by Assembly member David…

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Mich’s Monday Mantra “Sit Be Still And Listen”

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Mich’s Monday Mantra  is coming to you from Your Online HIV Pharmacist at HIV Thrive. Today we’re coming to you from Crystal Cove State Park in Newport Beach California. Our Mantra today is “Sit Be Still and Listen”. If we sit and be still and just listen, we can hear our inner being connecting with…

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HIV Maturation Inhibitor BMS-955176 Looks Promising In Early Study

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A second-generation HIV maturation inhibitor, BMS-955176, demonstrated good safety and high potency, including activity against viral strains that were not susceptible to an earlier drug in this class, researchers reported yesterday at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI 2015), taking place this week in Seattle, USA. Combination antiretroviral therapy consists of drugs that…

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Mich’s Monday Mantra “Take Time Out Of Your Day To Just Relax”

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Mich’s Monday Mantra is coming to you live  from Mich Your Online HIV Pharmacist from HIV Thrive, from Main Beach in Laguna Beach, California. Our Mantra today is “Take Time Out OF Your day To Just Relax” With our busy days and busy schedules it’s so important to take some time in your day to…

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How Two States Are Addressing Consumer Concerns About Narrow Networks

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by Marcelle Maginnis, California Healthline Contributing Editor, California Healthline, Wednesday, February 11, 2015 During the first enrollment period, some consumers learned that despite promises to the contrary, they were not able to keep their health care plans if they liked them. President Obama took immediate action to rectify the issue, letting people stay in their…

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