April 2019 – keep healthy

Month: April 2019

Improper transvaginal mesh surgery? Contact an attorney.

Author Zimmerman Lee Published March 3, 2012 Word count 494 View author’s other articles Transvaginal mesh is a type of fabric used to treat pelvic prolapse, bladder prolapse and other similar problems in women. Often, studies have shown that transvaginal mesh has been more effective in treating these problems than the traditional method of stitching …

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Traditional Chinese Medicine Winter Health Tips for the New Year

Author Isaac Eliaz Published February 25, 2012 Word count 1,052 View author’s other articles Happy New Year! The holiday excitement is over and now we can move into the stillness of the winter season. It’s a perfect time to become more introspective, set new goals, and nourish your entire being according to the principles of …

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Diagnosis and Treatment For The All-Too Common Urinary Tract Infection

Author Slava Fuzayloff Published July 5, 2012 Word count 519 View author’s other articles Although it affects both genders, it’s a problem most men never worry about, but that most women know intimately. No, we’re not referring to shopping-itis, we’re referring to the urinary tract infection. With over ten million urinary tract infection medical office …

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Benefits of Garlic

Author Mary Sandler Published November 17, 2015 Word count 442 View author’s other articles Raw garlic, garlic extract, garlic tea and tablets are used to help in the treatment of various diseases. Some of the results of scientific studies about the benefits, although there is no evidence most except some benefits for traditional use. Raw …

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Is the Head-To-Toe Physical Exam Practically Worthless for Healthy Patients Who Are Asymptomatic?

Author Michael Guth Published June 14, 2012 Word count 1,510 View author’s other articles As a health economist, I try to keep abreast of new trends in health care insurance. One trend I have found is that consumers can now purchase short term health insurance policies that will pay for doctor visits if the patient …

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What Are Some Very Common Myths About Chiropractors & Their Service?

Author Arsalan Gittiban Published November 11, 2018 Word count 937 View author’s other articles When in any pain the first thought that strikes most of our minds are the chiropractors, yes, they are quite commonly symbolized as the “doctors in pain”, why? The chiropractic adjustment has helped most of the patient, it does more than …

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What Is Diazepam?

Author Adderall Wiki Published March 9, 2020 Word count 809 View author’s other articles Diazepam is a benzodiazepine solution that has opiate, disquiet lessening and muscle-extricating up impacts. Diazepam is from time to time known by the brand name Valium, regardless of the way that this brand of diazepam is never again publicized in the …

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Sertraline along with Sleeping disorders – Sleep loss Programs and also Therapies.

Author Gerald Haeuser Published November 23, 2013 Word count 551 View author’s other articles ZOLOFT not bothered serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) accredited by the FDA to take care of within adults Major Depressive Dysfunction (MDD), Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Social anxiety disorder, Posttraumatic Tension Disorder (PTSD), Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder (PMDD), as well as Social Anxiety disorder. …

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Nosebleed in Children

Author Anselm Anyoha Published October 11, 2019 Word count 1,602 View author’s other articles Nosebleed in Children I have always known that nosebleed is a common medical issue that needed some general education, yet for years I kept procrastinating about a discussion on the subject. Parents worry so much and are frightened when their children …

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Natural Headache Remedies and Over-the-counter Medicines – Solutions to Headache Discomfort

Author Joseph Butcher Published March 19, 2012 Word count 457 View author’s other articles Headache may be the result of different factors. It can be a medical condition related to your present illness and it can possibly be triggered by the diverse tensions in your life such as family, job and studies. Headaches particularly related …

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Increased Fibromyalgia Risk in Women with Poor Sleep Habits

Author Sam Edwards Published January 28, 2012 Word count 369 View author’s other articles Sleep problems are associated with an increased risk of fibromyalgia syndrome (FMS) in women. The risk of FMS increases with the severity of sleep problems, and the association is stronger in middle-aged and older women than in younger women. In a …

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