Mon Aug 21 2017

Healthy Living Tips

Diagnosing Urinary Tract Infections

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

Urinary Tract Infections are probably the easiest thing I can diagnose in the office, and I’ll tell you why. Anybody who’s had one before will tell you they have a UTI. So, they’ll come in and they’ll say, ‘I have a kidney infection.’ Now, the first time around they might not. They just say that [&hellip

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Safe Medications During Pregnancy

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

In our last report, we talked about potential problems with acne medications and pregnancy, and there is no doubt that drugs and pregnancy are problematic. There are certain things a woman can take when they are pregnant. You need to get that list if you’re pregnant to find out what it is you can take. [&hellip

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Understanding Pancreatitis

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

Pancreatitis is a very serious GI problem. It’s a GI problem that can cause inflammation and swelling in the area of the pancreas. It can also cause nausea. It can cause weight loss. It’s often the result of a viral illness, but it also can be the result of drinking too much alcohol, especially on [&hellip

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Reading and Exercise for Relaxation

Posted in Exercise / Fitness, Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

This is the time of year when you have to realize that there are many things that we look at as far as relaxation. There are many theories that are out there and many concepts. Basically, what I suggest is you have to do two things. I think exercise and reading can help. Exercise is [&hellip

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Stomach Pain Can Be a Sign of Stress

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

Stomach pain is often a situation where kids will develop an issue because they don’t want to go to school or they don’t want to attend class because they have some sort of pressure. They start to develop this stomach pain. The stomach pain is actually an excuse to try to avoid the situation. Now, [&hellip

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