Sun Oct 22 2017

Healthy Living Tips

Pluses and Minuses of Three-In-One Pills

Posted in Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

They are called three-in-one pills. There’s a growing theory that we should have pills to help control cholesterol, blood sugar, high blood pressure, and there’s many people who are trying to find out ways to have one pill do everything. Now there are positive sides to this. It will help people try to be compliant, [&hellip

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Long-Term Effects of Sunburn

Posted in Ache / Pain, Health Conditions, Men's Health, Women's Health

It’s June. You’re out on the beach. You haven’t been thinking about it, and yes, you get sunburn. Sunburn pain can be excruciating, but it is the long-term effects of sunburn that are clearly the problem. Far more important than the pain is the fact that sunburn may actually be a sign that you’re doing [&hellip

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Prenatal Care is Essential

Posted in Parenting & Pregnancy, Women's Health

In the time I spent delivering babies, I can tell you there is no more important time than the time when we give prenatal care. That’s the care leading up to pregnancy, and leading up throughout the pregnancy. Prenatal care is a time where you can actually provide balance, and you can look at things [&hellip

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Formula vs. Breast Milk

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

What is better? Formula or breast milk? Here is my take on the subject. I think both have big advantages. The thing about formula that’s very good is it actually contains many of the nutrients that you need. It also contains the iron that you need if it’s fortified with iron. The problem with breast [&hellip

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Pressure of Being a Working Mom

Posted in Ache / Pain, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pediatrics, Women's Health

There’s a lot of pressure with working moms. Working mothers actually find themselves in situations where they’re doing what they can to help their family, but they do feel pressure; pressure that is not necessarily that easy to deal with. I often recommend that working mothers understand that they can’t do everything. You can’t be [&hellip

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