Almost Family reports net service revenues of $87M for fourth quarter Almost Family.

Almost Family reports net service revenues of $87M for fourth quarter Almost Family, Inc. , a leading regional provider of house health nursing and personal care services, today its economic results for the three months and full year ended December 31 announced, 2012. Fourth Quarter Highlights: Net program revenues of $87 million for the quarter Net gain was $3.7 million, or $0.40 per diluted share Diluted EPS includes $0.02 for the influence of Hurricane Sandy, excluding which diluted EPS could have been $0.42 Going to Nurse segment net revenues had been $67 million, on 1 percent admission growth overall Full Year Highlights: Net program revenues were $349 million Net income was $17 million, or $1.85 per diluted share Going to Nurse segment net revenues had been $271 million, on 2 percent admission growth overall Personal Care segment net revenues grew to $77 million from a combined mix of the Cambridge acquisition and 5 percent organic volume development Comments on Outcomes William Yarmuth, Chief Executive Officer, commented on the results: All things considered, we emerge from 2012 happy with the progress we've made and the position we're in to capitalize about our future opportunities.Whether it’s hair loss, thinning and dried out or lifeless hair could be improved with the right diet. Deficiency of vitamins, minerals, proteins etc. Which affect our overall health could be cured by including foods rich in Vitamin A like carrots conveniently, lovely potatoes, peppers spinach etc. And fatty fish like sardines and salmon which are abundant with omega-3 fatty acids. Yoghurt, chicken, milk products, beans etc. Which are saturated in proteins also help nourish hair’s protein molecule keratin. Foods with Vitamin zinc and B7 like eggs, milk products, cereals and lobsters also help promote hair regrowth and beat hair loss respectively. 2. Drinking lots of water: These suggestions holds water when it comes to getting better skin and locks. Hair follicles can’t grow and flourish if the body isn’t hydrated enough.