Dr. Imran’s Specialized Internal Medicine Practice

Dr. Imran Haque practices Internal Medicine from his offices in Asheboro and Ramseur. He earned his degree in the field from the University of Virginia where he had an enrollment into the Roanoke Salem program. He is a licensed practitioner in North Carolina where he provides services to residents of Asheboro, Ramseur, and adjacent regions. Some of his services include physical examinations, management of diabetes, Venus body contour services, hair removal by laser, weight management programs, and 360 resurfacing. As a result of his expertise in internal medicine, Dr. Imran offers more than the listed services. He runs parallel diagnostic tests such as ultrasounds and lab exams during sessions to detect any body ailments. In the case of a complicated illness, Imran refers the patient to expert physicians. Otherwise, he treats the patient from his office. Numerous patients have enlisted Dr. Haque as their primary doctor due to his impressionable skills and personalized care.

 

Through Dr. Imran’s services at Horizon Internal Medicine, numerous patients have received satisfactory results from sessions. Sharon E. commented on the practice’s public Facebook profile about her reviews of the services rendered and revealed that the staff is as highly skilled is Dr. Imran. She added to say that she appreciated his care and detailed reports that answered all her queries regarding weight management. During a weight management appointment session, Dr. Imran Haque exhausts all the possible solutions open to each client and customizes the best way forward. He takes the patient’s vitals, medical report, and family medical history before settling on the most suitable program. Afterward, Imran respectfully and carefully converses with the patient about the possible medical, lifestyle and invasive treatments available. Linda D. is another satisfied client who attributes her current health and happiness to Imran Haque.

 

Dr. Imran has previously worked with Kindred Hospital located in Asheboro and Randolph hospital. He has almost two decades of experience in internal medicine and has earned a name as one of the best practitioners in the region. His practice Horizon Internal Medicine allows submission of more than 22 different insurances. In 2013, Imran received recognition in Stage 1 EHR and continued to garner positive reviews from his patients.

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Ben Sasse Speaks to New Jersey Audience on Parenting and American Values

Senator Ben Sasse recently gave an address to the New Jersey parenting coalition during which he discussed parenting methods and American values from his most recent book, “The Vanishing American Adult.” During the address, Sasse listed several of the key issues that he believes is negatively contributing to the decline in the values and responsibility of the millennial generation. The senator from Nebraska stated that the current generation of young adults suffered greatly from a lack of structure, exposure to consistent and rigorous work, and requirement to grow up.

 

The senator’s book was recently reviewed by the New York Times. The news outlet’s review of the book was not overwhelmingly positive, but the GOP senator doubtlessly expected nothing less from a liberal news source. Despite less than sparkling press from sources like the Times, Sasse’s published work struck a cord with a large percentage of the American people. For quite some time, Americans have noticed a shift in the priorities and willingness to engage in honest work among the younger generation. This phenomena, according to Ben Sasse, is likely a direct result of inadequate parenting.

 

In his book, Sasse recalls the required labor of his youth. As a boy, Ben Sasse was required to work on a farm and was responsible for certain tasks that were carried out on the farm every day. This required Sasse and his siblings to wake up at dawn every morning, preparing for a full day of hard work. Sasse recounts his experiences picking crops, hauling in heavy tools, and cleaning the barn behind farm animals. Anyone who has ever worked on a farm, even for a single day, can understand the senator’s sentiments regarding hard labor. Although Sasse admits he did not enjoy the labor he was forced to participate in as a youth, he would not trade his experience. For him, his parents’ and grandparents’ commitment to his personal development helped him to become the respectable, hardworking man he is today.

Teachings Of The Kabbalah Center

The Kabbalah Center International is an American non-profit organization. The organization has its headquarters in Los Angeles, California. However, there are other offices in different parts of Europe, Asia, North America, and South America. The Kabbalah Center International provides Kabbalistic teachings that focus on the Zohar and aim to improve the students’ lives. Most of the teaching is conducted online, through study groups, and regional and city-based centers.

The Kabbalah Center originally founded in 1922 by Rav Yehuda Ashlag. However, Rav Phillip Berg founded the organization in the United States in 1965 as The National Research Institute of Kabbalah. After the death of Berg, his wife and children took over as the Directors of the organization.

The teachings of the Kabbalah touch on different aspects of the world. The Kabbalah Center believes that all religions are branches of the universal wisdom. It is for this reason that the organization believes that religions like Christianity, Judaism, Islam, and Buddhism resemble their sect. The Kabbalah does not see itself as an alternative to any religion. Instead, it views itself as a supplement to the existing religions.

The Kabbalah believes that our five senses only show us one percent of the reality of the world. The remaining 99 percent cannot be revealed through our senses. The Kabbalah also believes that we should be concerned about the relationship we have with the essence of God. They believe the God is beyond human understanding. The Kabbalah Center believes that Judaism has always incorporated astrology teachings. Many Jewish scholars studied astrology in the Middle Ages. The Kabbalah tradition teaches its students that cosmic forces have an effect on things that happen in the world.

Yehuda Berg, a former teacher of the Kabbalah International Center, wrote a book on the teachings of sex. In his book, he recommends that men should not masturbate because it is meaningless. He stated that men should not orgasm before the woman because it is a sign of selfishness. Berg also wrote that the essence of God is derived from sex that occurs after midday and Saturday morning.

What New Jersey Parents Can Do This Summer to Keep Their Kids Active

For any parent living in New Jersey, you know how frustrating it can be to keep your kids busy when they’re not in school. One of the most unfortunate aspects of summer break is that most kids lose a lot of what they learned during the past school year. This is incredibly problematic for parents who want to see their kids succeed, so it’s crucial that you keep them active and engaged even when they’re not going to class every day. In New Jersey, there are quite a lot of things you and your children can do in the hot summer sun.

 

For one, getting your child involved in a summer camp program is ideal because it helps to keep them active and their brained engaged. There are tons of summer camp programs available in central Jersey, so it should be pretty effortless to find the one that’s right for you and your child. You have two options available to you when it comes to summer camp. Day camps are great for children who still want to come home each and every day. Day camps are similar to a schooling program, since they’ll only be gone for a few hours each day before returning home. You can also choose a regular summer camp program that has your children go to the camp and stay there exclusively for several weeks before getting out.

 

The price you pay for summer camp is totally dependent on what you’re looking for in terms of your child’s education and what you can afford. Certain summer camps are free or low cost for families who are considered low income. It is a good idea for all parents to keep their children as active as possible despite the fact that they are no longer in school. If summer camps aren’t your forte, you might want to consider starting an educational program in the comfort of your own home or spending more time outdoors.

 

Central New Jersey Moms Receive Baby Boxes to Curb Infant Mortality Rates

Parenting is a long-term investment plan for a family. For every parent, the core objective of parenting is ensuring that the child is not only safe but protected from hard. The roles of a parent border providing a healthy and safe environment for children. One of the first alarming scares of infant’s life is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome abbreviated as SIDS. With the rising rates of sudden death syndrome in infants, the New Jersey Moms are excited for the cardboard boxes program that is set to reduce the number of children who lose their lives through the unexplained condition.

 

Baby Boxes

 

New Jersey moms have on the limelight thanks to their progress in initiating a project that will cut down the numbers of SIDS across the town. The team in charge of the project is sending every new parent home not only with a new baby but also a new cardboard box. The cardboard box has a fitting mattress and is to be the sleeping compartment for the babies on the first days of delivery. The main aim of the project is to foster healthy sleeping positions and environments for babies as a newborn is prone to infections as well as diseases during the first days. The boxes also reduce sleep complications that may arise in the absence of the parents.

 

Conclusion

 

Instead of using a basinet, these boxes can be used. They are readily accessible to mothers of Central New Jersey who have registered online with the program. Not only are the parents awarded with the boxes but also with additional gifts like baby wipes as well as onesies. The roots of these boxes trace back to Finland years ago when the government invested in the program with the aim of reducing the baby mortality rate. Initially, the boxes were offered to low income earning families. Currently, every family with a newborn is entitled to the baby box.

Are Children Often Forced to Give Up Childhood in Service to Sports?

The New York Times recently investigated whether or not children often were forced to participate in sports for a large portion of their developing years. In an opinion editorial, David McGlynn, the author of a fatherhood memoir, recounted his feelings about his son’s experience with sports and how one decision made all the difference in his son’s life.

 

McGlynn recounts his own childhood as a part of the sports community. The current professor at a Wisconsin university spent most of his developmental years preparing to be a competitive swimmer. He swam for his high school team as well as a more competitive team during his high school years. He earned a scholarship to college where he remembers being beaten on a regular basis by swimmers who would go on to win Olympic medals. McGlynn recalls his frequent practices, long hours spent traveling for competitions, and sore muscles from all the physical work he put in. He also recalls greatly enjoying every minute of his time spent swimming competitively. Because he enjoyed his experience so much, it was difficult for him to admit to himself that his son, a budding basketball player, seemed to be miserable.

 

After having several discussions with parents who had raised children who participated in competitive sports, McGlynn gave his son the option of quitting the basketball team. He suggested that they spend their weekends and free time participating in activities that they actually enjoyed like kayaking or skiing. After some consideration, McGlynn’s son did quit basketball in favor of more enjoyable activities and his dad noticed that the decision was the right one. No longer was McGlynn’s son angrily contemplating mistakes he made in games or practices, but he was now enjoying life and building character in non-competitive activities. McGlynn went on to publish a memoir encouraging Americans to investigate the true nature of their children’s involvement with sports and if that involvement is adding value or hindrance to the family’s life.

 

Parenting After Divorce: The Bird Nesting Method

In a recently published New York Times article, writer Beth Behrendt discussed the benefits of a relatively new parenting option for divorced families called the bird nesting method. Behrendt and her ex husband have successfully used the nesting method for the past three years to coparent their three children. In the nesting method, the divorced parents each purchase or rent a separate living space from the family’s previously established home. They then choose alternate days or weeks to come and live in the family home with the children while the alternate spouse returns to the separately assigned living space. In this arrangement, children are thought to feel less jostled and displaced by a divorce because they remain in their home with their own belongings.

Behrendt described the living situation as one that appealed to both she and her ex-husband because they desired to place the needs of their boys before their own needs. During a recent speaking event in New Jersey where Behrendt gave a talk about the nesting method, she described her reaction when she first read about the arrangement in a book about simplified divorces. Behrendt stated that she breathed a sigh of relief at the idea that her boys could maintain as much of their original lives as possible throughout the divorce.

Behrends stated that she is frequently asked about her peculiar nesting arrangement by other well meaning parents in PTA groups or school conferences. She advised for parents considering the method to answer a few questions regarding the method. The parents should ask if they can work together to maintain their previously established home, if they can both reasonably find a home to live in during the times when they are not occupying the home, and if they can come to an agreement about the circumstance. If the answer to any of these questions is no, the nesting method may not be suitable. Those open to the nesting method, however, may find it a reasonable solution to their divorce.

New York Times Investigates Results of Saying “No” to Children

In a recent opinion editorial published by the New York Times, a New Jersey author, Scott Sonenshein, discussed some positive effectives of saying, “no,” to a child. Despite the frequent attempts to vilify negative affirmations from parents to children, several new studies show what common sense already tells most parents. To build character in children, they must be refused on a regular and consistent basis.

Soneshein points out in his article that most parents, throughout the history of the world, have understood children as a group of individuals who are growing and learning. Because of the immature nature of a child, it is important to correct behavior on a consistent basis if the child is to develop into a responsible, productive member of society. Saying no to a child does not have to be a negative experience. By teaching children that all humans are eventually given negative answers in life, parents enforce the idea that challenges can be overcome and that negative answers can actually be positive and beneficial. If a toddler asks for cake for every meal of the day, for instance, the parents answer should explain why this is a poor choice that will ultimately lead to illness in the child. In this case, a negative answer is the loving answer and a positive one would be considered neglectful.

Soneshein also sites a study where children are asked to construct a new object from the ones they are given. In this study, younger children were shown to be more resilient than older ones and more adaptable to negative answers. Soneshein relayed the message that parents should not always be in the habit of purchasing every item children ask for. Not only does this create spoiled and entitled children, but it limits a child’s ability to become resourceful when they lack something they believe they need. We have all heard the stories about how our grandparents didn’t have fancy toys so they got creative with dirt and a box. Much like this example, children learn extremely resourcefulness when they are given negative answers.

Mindfulness in Parents May Cause a More Peaceful Birth Experience, According to New Jersey Physician

New research from New Jersey’s Center for Pregnancy Research has recently revealed that mindfulness among parents may lead to a peaceful and less painful birthing experience. The study was recently mentioned in an article from the New York Times and consisted of a trial of 30 pregnant mothers were monitored before, during, and after their deliveries in an effort to control the anxiety that they felt. The results of the study make researchers hopeful that non-chemical methods of pain relief during childbirth can be on the horizon for expectant moms.

At the beginning of the trial, new parents were asked about their fears regarding childbirth. Most of the new mothers, not surprisingly, stated that they feared the pain of childbirth in a very real way, having not ever experienced it before. Researchers then attempted to educate the expectant mothers in mindfulness to prepare them for childbirth. In the mindfulness education classes, certified midwives would attempt to teach mothers to remain alert and focused on the present moment during labor. Midwives stated, during the course, that the key to mindfulness was that new mothers must learn not to focus on events before or after the most current contraction. They were taught that they could overcome their fears about the labor by implementing a moment by moment thought process.

Following their education in the ways of labor and delivery mindfulness, the confidence levels of the new parents were measured according to a survey. By the end of the research experience, mothers were much more confident in their ability to have a peaceful and controlled labor and delivery. According to one midwife, mindfulness creates opportunities for the expectant mothers to discover new levels of inner strength and resources. The mindfulness studies were shown to significantly impact the pain of childbirth for the mothers who attended the classes. More than half of the mothers believe they had a controlled and peaceful birth because of the preparation they received prior to delivery.

It’s Time for Central New Jersey Parents to Disconnect From Technology

It seems that adults are always complaining that young people are way to involved in their mobile devices, but it is time for us to take a look in the mirror. With a recent survey conducted with parents throughout Central New Jersey uncovering that up to seven non-work hours a day are spent in front of a computer screen, many are crying out that enough is enough. It seems that the days of families spending quality time with once another are slowly passing us by.

It is no secret that children need their parents. Not only are adults to be a proper role model, they are to help young people develop into the type of productive members of society that we desperately need. It is little wonder that children and teenagers today are spending so much time in front of their own tablets and smart phones. If that is the only activity that they see their parents doing on a regular basis, then that is what they will do as well. Parenting is a full time job. Many in Central New Jersey are concerned that we have lost site of this reality.

Alternatives do Exist

There are some habits that you can begin to enforce that will help in this area. Begin enforcing no technology zones or times within your daily schedule. This can include daily meals together, game nights, and any other structured activity where the entire family is gathered around. Simply insist that phones and tablets are not welcome, and that goes for adults as well. If you think that you need your mobile device in the event of an emergency, just remember that there was a day not long very ago when such technology was not invented yet. People got by just fine, and so will you.

When parents begin to show their kids that time is valuable, families are strengthened. It is this type of bond that people in Central New Jersey are hoping to return to once again. Begin by doing your part today and setting a positive example.