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Preeclampsia Can Be Managed

Posted in Health Conditions, Women's Health

Preeclampsia is a very serious problem. It’s one of the major reasons why we as physicians consistently monitor women when they’re going through labor and into delivery. Preeclampsia can be associated with a very high blood pressure reading. It can increase protein. It can cause swelling. There can be issues. But, there are medications to [&hellip

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Women Need to Take Heart Disease Seriously

Posted in Health Conditions, Women's Health

Women get heart disease and heart disease can be a serious problem for women. I need to stress that over and over again. Many women have their heart disease ignored because doctors don’t necessarily take it seriously. They think a woman is complaining if she’s talking about chest pain. Well the bottom line is, if [&hellip

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Dangers of Teens Huffing

Posted in Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, Women's Health

It is called huffing, and it is becoming a major health problem in this country, a sign of abuse for children. Here’s the problem with huffing. In huffing, a child believes they’re doing something that’s legal, and essentially, they’re not breaking the law because they’re using chemicals that are found in common household products. The [&hellip

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Alcohol Abuse in College Students

Posted in Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pharmacy, Women's Health

Alcohol abuse is a major problem in this country, but it’s particularly worrisome among college-age students. You can blame manufacturers, including media marketing, which focuses on entertainment and fun around alcohol abuse. The problems has reached the point where college students have scheduled drinking evenings, including what has become known as ‘Thirsty Thursdays.’ A new [&hellip

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Itchy Eyes May Not Be Caused by Allergies

Posted in Health Conditions, The Body

When you talk about itchy eyes, a lot of people say, "Oh my gosh, my allergies are acting up."  Well, itchy eyes don't necessarily mean allergies.  Itchy eyes actually can be associated with other problems that I'm not quite so concerned about.  For instance, you could have a cold, or you could have something in [&hellip

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