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Unethical Doctors: What Can You Do?

Having been my own boss for the past 13 years, I’ve gotten to make the rules. I have never tried to use fraudulent practices or take advantage of anyone. I even have moral dilemmas about selling products that I know are useful and help people with their daily lives. I’m certainly not perfect in many ways, but I’ve always been honest. I learned recently that not everyone in my profession shares my beliefs. What would you do if you know someone in your workplace is willingly engaging in unethical behavior?

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Does LASIK Surgery Make Financial Sense?

If you are one of the lucky ones who have perfect vision, this information might not be that interesting to you. Go on over and read about rental property. If you or a family member wears glasses or contact lenses and have wondered if you should have your eyes corrected with LASIK, keep reading for a brief overview about good candidates and if surgery makes good financial sense. Who Are the Best Candidates for LASIK? People who are nearsighted and/or have astigmatism- When you have LASIK, your cornea is altered with the LASER. Essentially, corneal tissue is removed. With nearsightedness (can’t see far away), your eye is too long, so it is easy to flatten your cornea. With astigmatism (can’t focus adequately far or near) your eye shape is more oval than round, and the cornea can be reshaped. If you are farsighted (trouble focusing, mostly at near, but can also be in the distance), your eye is too short. It is much harder to reshape into a steeper cornea , and the results are more variable. Farsighted people can have LASIK, but should really to do their homework in finding a good surgeon. If you are presbyopic (need reading glasses over age 40),  this condition affects the lens in your eye, so LASIK on the cornea does no good. People with stable prescriptions- If ...

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