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What a Chiropractor can do for a Mother and Child

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 Lora Davis (July 20, 2018)  As parents we want the best for our children so we go to unbelievable lengths to ensure that our offspring get the best of everything, including the best medical attention. One can only imagine the misery felt by parents who have sickly children that cannot function like their peers. To guard against allergies and diseases affecting the physical and neurological growth of their .. (Critical Care)

Benefits for greenhouse and forest on planet earth

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 Saqib Nazeer Ali (July 09, 2018)  Earth consider being a land where life decorated the beauty of surface is upper part of the surface is essential for human beings and animal and lower part of the surface belongs to sea life this is the only planet on universal system where cycle of life found till today although the era became lot modernized there is no doubt within it scientist are working on clean energy solution .. (Critical Care)

Medicines business online reputation worldwide

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 Saqib Nazeer Ali (November 13, 2016)  A brief history as far as online sales as well as purchased are associated with in this industry actually started with European along within USA region where this business has a valued insight regard’s sales as well as purchased are associated with they’re dealing it within this business affair very seriously start from the beginning there is no doubt about that. Only .. (Critical Care)

What to Look For In a Good Urgent Care

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 Lora Davis (October 19, 2016)  A walk-in clinic can become very handy when you suddenly become unwell since the entire point is that you will not have to wait for an appointment with your regular physician. Of course, you are also trying to avoid going to the emergency room at the hospital, which is usually filled with tons of people at all hours. Most urgent care Los Alamitos clinics do not have as varied hours as .. (Critical Care)

Difference between Urgent Care and Walk in Clinic

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 Lora Davis (September 14, 2016)  If you are like most people, chances are that you most likely don’t know the difference between an urgent care Los Alamitos facility and a walk in clinic. An urgent care center and a walk-in clinic are used by many individuals in place of physician and emergency medical help room visits. Though these facilities share a variety of similarities, there are a few important differences . (Critical Care)

Make the Right Medical Choice

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 Lora Davis (June 16, 2016)  There are several places you can choose to go to when you are faced with sickness or an injury; you may want to go to an emergency room near me, urgent care Alamitos or our primary care doctor. Some people find it difficult to decide when to go to which medical care near me. If you have ever had the experience of going to the emergency room with a terrible cold or a sprained ankle, you .. (Critical Care)

Everything You Want To Know About Urgent Medical Care

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 Lora Davis (May 17, 2016)  As a rule of general health, it is recommended that anytime you feel that your health is an immediate danger or that you are facing a life-threatening situation; the place to run to is the nearest emergency room. However, when your injury or illness needs medical care bat cannot be considered life threatening, an urgent care Los Alamitos clinic is the place you need to go to. In these .. (Critical Care)

Tips for Buying Post-Accident Medical Equipment

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 Lora Davis (November 06, 2015)  Road traffic accidents have become a common occurrence and they leave many people with serious injuries; this is in addition to the fact that they are also a leading cause of death in many parts of the world. Apart from the many people who are killed as a result of accidents, there are many others who are left with injuries that are quite serious and which can be quite expensive to deal . (Critical Care)

Types of Home Healthcare Products

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 Kamil Jain (May 15, 2015)  When referring to homecare products these are products that help a caretaker or aid take care of an elderly, disabled, or dying patient in their home. There are four categories of homecare products, which are personal homecare, monitoring homecare, mobility homecare, and safety homecare. You can get these products directly from the manufacturer, a pharmacy, or a medical supply store. .. (Critical Care)

Some uses of Manuka honey and olive leaf extracts

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 John Mathews (December 28, 2012)  Both manuka honey and olive leaf extracts have quite a few uses especially for the fitness purposes. Both are being used since ages to take care of the fitness for different reasons. Talking about the use of manuka honey, it is usually used in curing a wide range of wounds and injuries from centuries. They help in relieving you from the burns and similar other injuries. The honey used .. (Critical Care)

Heart patients benefit a lot from OLE

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 Melody Nacar (November 29, 2012)  According to differnet fitness experts and researchers a small Olive leaf extracts based pills could play their part in resolving your heart problems. In fact, this could prove like a robust kind of weapon against the menace called heart disease. It is considered as the topmost medicine for controlling blood pressure. Also, you could see the OLE reducing an amount of harmful blood fats .. (Critical Care)

You have so many reasons to use OLE?

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 John Mathews (November 27, 2012)  The olive leaf extract popularly called as OLE are normally extracted from olive trees and leaves. The scientific of name of OLE happens to be Olea europaea. The OLE that happens to be unprocessed just contains some strong antioxidant compounds plus the hydroxytyrosol, oleuropein, flavonoids and polyphenols. All these active ingredients are just responsible for imparting an amount of .. (Critical Care)

Custom Wristbands To Raise Awareness For Alzheimer Disease

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 Billie Jean Bateson (November 27, 2012)  The bright yellow “Livestrong" band introduced in 2004 by professional cyclist Lance Armstrong and Nike was the first ever custom wristband worn for spreading awareness and promote a cause. Armstrong, a cancer survivor, introduced the yellow wristband as a fundraiser for cancer research and managed to raise millions of dollars. The extraordinary success of this innovative method .. (Critical Care)

Make Sure You Approach The Right Personal Injury Specialists

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 Eric John (December 28, 2011)  You can never know when you meet with an accident; it can happen anytime. There is always a chance of an accident taking place while at work and while travelling to and from work. If this is the case, the best person to treat you would be personal injury specialists. However you can’t just approach any specialist; there are some questions you have to ask to ensure you get treated . (Critical Care)

How To Overcome Aerophobia Or Fear Of Flying

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 Rajeev Panwar (November 24, 2011)  Worry of soaring or aerophobia is a situation that can guide to serious repercussions, both actually and psychologically to anyone. This is one of the most frequent aerophobias individuals should remember. Be fearful to trip a airline is not a easy trouble. Some trouble you can practical knowledge while flying: • Headache • Dizziness • Nausea • Sweaty palms • .. (Critical Care)

7th Time Hip Replacement on a Iraqi Patient at Fortis Hospital

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 Subhajit Bir (September 06, 2011)  Setting yet another milestone in orthopedic surgery, Dr Sachin Bhonsle at Fortis Hospital Mulund performed a complicated hip replacement revision surgery on a 52 year old Iraqi lady who had undergone 6 failed hip surgeries before. Dr Sachin Bhonsle, Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon took up a challenge to perform the 6th followed by 7th revision putting the patient back on her feet. Sixth .. (Critical Care)

BSI First Aid Kits

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 Ali Shah (June 30, 2011)  THE CURRENT WORKPLACE FIRST AID KIT STANDARDS ARE BEING SUPERSEEDED BY A NEW ‘BRITISH STANDARD’ - To be introduced from the 1st July 2011. Following the last major update to the HSE Approved Code of Practice for First Aid at Work in 1997 the BHTA Member Companies developed the current 10, 20 and 50 person First Aid Kit contents that are currently recommended. Whilst these .. (Critical Care)

Heart Attack Treatment

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 Justin Pearl (May 05, 2010)  know what is happening to your body is important. Knowing what might happen that might give reason to avoid in the first place or prevent a recurrence if it has already experienced. Coronary Artery Disease: You've probably heard this explanation earlier. The plaque can build up in arteries, which constricts blood flow. The plaque further restriction. Because of this, blood pressure .. (Critical Care)

Information About Heart Attack

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 Justin Pearl (May 05, 2010)  Often, heart attack slowly with mild pain and cause the person does not understand what is happening on the other hand, the heart attack can be intense and cinematic style. If you suspect you are having a heart attack that required emergency call 911. The most common signs are: chest discomfort that can be felt as pain, pressure, squeezing, fullness and may take several minutes. Other .. (Critical Care)

What You Need to Know About Heart Disease

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 Justin Pearl (May 05, 2010)  Heart disease awareness must be something in the minds of all people because of the results potentially fatal if not treated quickly. With more than 600,000 people die from heart disease each year, and 47 percent of heart attack victims failing to be in the hospital quickly enough to save their lives, awareness of heart disease not only is smart, it could save your life. Not only is it . (Critical Care)

Medical Tourism is Attracting International Patients For Transvaginal Tape in India

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 Rajshree Nagesham (July 27, 2008)  Currently, the bulk of the patients come to India for transvaginal tape from neighboring countries such as Bangladesh, Pakistan, other Asian countries, Africa and the Middle East. In many cases, the driver for cross border care is a question of quality of care than cost itself. The quality of care that India provides is simply not available in some of the neighboring countries. The .. (Critical Care)

Cord Blood Stem Cells Defined

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 Melvin Ngiam (July 25, 2008)  Stem cells can be found in multiple locations within our body. Research has discovered the potential life saving importance of these cells, and are currently using them for treatment in a number of diseases. This article is to help the reader understand the two types of stem cells, where they come from and what diseases are currently being treated using the research and data collected .. (Critical Care)

Cord Blood Life Saving Out of the Womb

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 Melvin Ngiam (July 19, 2008)  The umbilical cord of a newborn, within the womb, is actually considered the lifeline between the mother and the baby. But it may also be the lifeline of the child outside of the womb as well. This cord holds vital life saving blood, and what one might consider, the perfect beginning of any cell used within the body. This cord blood, as it is called, can be collected shortly after the .. (Critical Care)

Pulmonary Emboli Would You Know What to Do If You Happen to Get One?

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 Joe Macmillan (July 15, 2008)  I am not a doctor. Please understand this. What I am going to relate to you is simply what happened to me in a lay person's own words. I may be a little off in the technical terms but this is how I now understand what nearly killed me. No doubt you may have heard the warnings to get up out of your seat or chair and move around every so often. Not long ago vice President Dick Chaney .. (Critical Care)

Do Not Resuscitate What Does it Mean?

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 Brenda Williams (July 10, 2008)  A Do Not Resuscitate (DNR) order is a written order from a doctor stating that resuscitation should not be attempted in cases of cardiac or respiratory arrest. In the absence of a valid DNR order, patients calling for ambulance service will receive the full scope of restorative interventions, including aggressive, life-saving resuscitation if necessary. DNRs are intended to prevent .. (Critical Care)

The Critical Care

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 Sarfaraz Ali (July 07, 2008)  Individuals who have been diagnosed with traumas and ailments that can prove to be fatal to them require immediate critical care. It includes the continual aid and care administered by a whole squad of professional medical practitioners who are trained in their field. The requisite procedure for it is meted out to the effected in an intensive care unit which is more commonly known as an . (Critical Care)

Tips For the Caregiver Taking Care of You

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 Terri Forehand (July 02, 2008)  To care for yourself is easier said than done when you are the caregiver of a seriously ill child. Add to that other children, a spouse, cooking, cleaning, laundry, appointments, pets, church, other family members or an outside job and taking care of you goes to the bottom of the list. Here are a few tips to put you at the top again without feeling guilty. 1. Delegate. . . . There is .. (Critical Care)

Trauma Centers

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 Joseph Devine (June 16, 2008)  Trauma centers are specialty hospitals which are capable of providing comprehensive emergency medical services to patients who are suffering from traumatic injuries such as burns. This type of hospital was developed as the medical establishment realized that traumatic injuries required a different level of care than ordinary injuries. In order for a hospital to qualify is a trauma .. (Critical Care)

Bone Fractures - The 3 Most Common Causes for Bone Fractures

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 Razvan Dobre (March 13, 2008)  Bone fractures are often thought of being related to car accidents, falls or any other type of hit. Even an unfortunate slip can lead to serious bone fractures and even worse. Because of the different types of bone fractures, you should always see a doctor for proper treatment and rehabilitation. The doctor is the only person that can determine the severity of your bone fracture and by . (Critical Care)




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