Thursday Thoughts: What Is Section 179 and How Does It Help Me? Do you know what is Section 179? Section 179 is a special tax incentive for buying medical equipment. In 2017, Section 179 allowed medical companies to write about $500,000.00 off on their taxes. Section 179 has doubled to a million dollars. The total […]
A Very Soma Thanksgiving From Us To You We are certain that you are ready for Thanksgiving tomorrow. Thanksgiving is more than having time off from work, although we realize and appreciate those in the medical and emergency services fields who do work on Thanksgiving. We hope you get to spend time with your family […]
Snow Storm Warning Today and Tomorrow Today and Tomorrow parts of the United States are going to be under a winter warning. This means that there will be snowfall and some accumulations. Below there are tips on dealing with the cold wet weather. Continue reading for some great tips!
November is National Diabetes Awareness Month November is National Diabetes Awareness Month. Diabetes affects more than 30 million Americans. That is a little less than 10% of the population having diabetes. Chances are you know someone, or multiple people who have diabetes. Click to read more about diabetes.
The AIDS Memorial: What is Remembered Lives Since the AIDs epidemic of the 80s and 90s, AIDs and HIV have been at the forefront of the media and healthcare. The entertainment industry has taken on the role of expressing both LGBTQ culture, drug use, and counter culture seeks identities while AIDS impacts different communities. Broadway […]
Veterans Day 2018 Soma Technology would like to thank everyone who has severed our country in one form or another. We thank you for your service. We send our sincerest and warmest thanks to those who have sacrificed their safety for ours. The United States is a far better place for your sacrifices, and also […]
Election Day: Medical Questions Appearing on Ballots Today is Election Day, and the fate of our communities are in the hands of those registered to vote. Voters are familiar with questions appearing on the ballot. This year is no exception. States across the country are asking medically inclined questions for the people to answer. The […]
National Stomach Cancer Awareness Month November is National Stomach Cancer Awareness Month. As with many of our articles, we seek to educate the community about common health ailments. We frequently post about cancer awareness because 1 in 2 people in their life will develop a type of cancer. This number has increased in recent years […]
Breast Cancer Awareness Month October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Chances are that you already knew this because most companies change their logos to pink, and their advertising campaigns to feature survivors. Currently, Chevrolet has a campaign with the hashtag # I Drive For, which is why people drive their lives in new directions because […]
The Dangers of Hot Weather You cannot click through any news program without them warning you about the dangers associated with everything. Last Friday, on the show, What Would You Do? John Quinones was interviewing people what they would do if there was a baby left in a hot car. New programs and reality television […]