SHARIA GREEN VALLEY RANGKASBITUNG 10 MENIT DARI STASIUN
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Lokasi Dekat Dengan Akses Transportasi, Akses Kesehatan, Akses Pendidikan dan Askses Belanja
Akses Pendidikan Perumahan Sharia Green Valley
- 3 Menit ke SDIT Insantama Rangkasbitung
- 8 Menit ke SDN Rangkasbitung Barat 01
- 9 Menit ke SMPN 1 Rangkasbitung
- 2 Menit ke SMAN 2 Rangkasbitung
- 8 Menit ke SMK 1 Rangkasbitung
- 14 Menit ke SIT Alqudwah
- 3 Menit ke STIT AD Dakwah
- 4 Menit ke STAI Washilatul Falah
- 8 Menit ke AMIK Wira Nusantara
- 8 Menit ke AKPER Yatna Yuana Lebak
- 9 Menit ke STKIP Setia Budhi
- 13 Menit ke STIE La Tansa Mashiro
- 9 Menit ke Ponpes Modern Darel Azhar
- 50 Menit ke Ponpes La Tansa
- 300 Meter Ke Jalan Raya Seliwangi
- 300 M ke Jalur Angkot
- 10 Menit Ke Stasiun Rangkas Bitung
- 15 Menit ke Gerbang Tol Mandala
- 15 Menit ke Terminal Mandal
Я все время рассказываю своим клиентам о необходимости использования мягких средств для глубокого очищения в домашнем уходе. 💧Особенно люблю энзимные и ферментативные препараты.
И вот компания MAGIRAY создала фруктовое пюре в домашнем объеме - 75 мл.❤️
Пюре, обладающее ранозаживляющим и антиоксидантным действием хорошо работает со всеми типами кожи, особенно с жирной проблемной.👏
📍интенсивно увлажняет и успокаивает кожу, уменьшает воспаление и синтез себума;
📍предотвращает появление новых комедонов и закупорку пор;
📍оказывает антисептическое и сосудоукрепляющее действие;
📍повышает иммунную защиту кожи;
📍активизирует восстановление кожи после «жестких» косметических процедур;
📍рекомендуется использовать в качестве активного концентрата перед маской, массажем.
Доступно к заказу.😉
EDV welcomes the Australian Government's announcement to provide 10 additional Medicare subsidised psychological therapy sessions for people subjected to further restrictions in areas impacted by the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The additional Medicare subsidised sessions will allow people in eligible areas, with a Mental Health Treatment Plan who have used their 10 sessions to continue to receive mental health care and support during this incredibly challenging period.
This new measure will commence on 7th August 2020 and be available until 31st March 2021.
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Rural Health Connect welcomes yesterday’s Federal Government announcement that it would increase the number of sessions with a psychologist, subsidised under Medicare, for anyone in regions impacted by the second wave of COVID-19.
People in these areas will be able to receive an additional 10 sessions on top of the initial 10, under a mental health care plan from their GP.
These are unprecedented times and the impacts on people’s mental health will be felt for a long time to come.
It is vital that people can access support without the added concern of it running out when they need it most.
Psychologists have spent many years learning techniques that can help you feel and cope better during stressful times. Ask your GP to fax your mental health care plan to the number on our website and we will call you to book in your first appointment.
Medicare for All. Yep, A-L-L.
Our healthcare system is inequitable, unjust, and allows the ultra-wealthy to accumulate additional wealth at the expense of our most vulnerable populations. If we want to advance health equity and access to care, we cannot go along simply patching the current system as is. We cannot continue to politicize healthcare.
Let's look at the facts:
1. The United States spends (more than) twice as much per person on total healthcare spending and prescription drugs than other developed nations.
2. Healthcare spending accounts for approximately 18% of our economy.
3. Nearly half (45%) of U.S. adults aged 19-64 were inadequately covered by health insurance in the past year. That's 88 MILLION people.
4. The U.S. consistently ranks low (we're talking nearly last) in health outcomes compared to other developed nations. This includes infant mortality, maternal mortality, life expectancy, and preventable mortality.
5. The majority of Americans cannot afford a $500 medical emergency.
6. Premiums for employer-sponsored insurance increased 55% from 2008-2018. During this time, the average health insurance deductible for workers increased by 212%.
7. Only SEVEN (7) investor-owned publicly traded health insurance companies control $913 billion of the U.S.'s total national healthcare spending - covering half the U.S. population.
Ouch. To keep it simple - many people ask "how could we afford to insure the entire country?" and the answer is this: We are already paying for it. Only that money isn’t going to quality care, it’s going to insurers and pharmaceutical companies.
“Medicare for All” means just that - Medicare for everyone. And not just for a general practice visit, but for equally important services as well, such as mental health, recovery, preventive, and telehealth services.
- Arno & Caper. (2020). Medicare for All: The Social Transformation of US Health Care. Health Affairs.
- Papanicolas, Woskie, & Jha. (2018). Health Care Spending in the United States and Other High-Income Countries. JAMA 319(10): 1024-1039.
it’s so clear that this country doesn’t care about the lives of poor people and people of color. we need a complete overhaul of the system. it’s not revolutionary for ppl to have healthcare and it’s most certainly not revolutionary to suggest that the police should stop killing black people. idk why that’s so hard for ppl to understand
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