Mon Feb 19 2018

Category: Men’s Health


Telling Kids about the Dangers of Steroids

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

There is no doubt that steroids are quite dangerous and I think we have to get the point across more and more to young kids.  That's because they are still hearing about baseball players having success with steroids.  Yes, they may hear that the steroids are bad.  They may even hear that people on steroids [&hellip

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Should You Weightlift When You’re a Teenager?

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

One of the questions is, "Should you weightlift when you're a teenager?"  My feeling is you can weightlift, but you've got to go with repetition and low, light weights.  I think that's important.  Repetition is key at this age.  Multiple types of lifting back and forth is good for you, but if you overdo it, [&hellip

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When Will a Baby Sit?

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

When does a baby sit?  What is that right time?  Basically, we find that most babies sit at six months of age.  They more or less start to tripod first and then they sit.  When I say tripod, they're basically putting their hands out in front so they don't fall forward.  It's a very interesting [&hellip

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Anorexia Affects Both Sexes

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

Anorexia is a serious problem in girls and boys and I want to stress that.  It's both sexes that have the issue.  It's not just girls.  I think it's very important when you're looking at these things to understand that we have to be very careful about proper diet, exercise, and letting people know that [&hellip

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Proper Nutrition and Tooth Development

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

We talk about stages of development and certainly teeth are in that category.  Many people get one tooth per month after the age of six months and we kind of see that pattern as goes on.  The development of teeth is characteristic.  I also believe what's important when we talk about the development of teeth [&hellip

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Pressure Needs an Outlet

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

There is pressure on all of us and one of the things I need to stress is when you have pressure, you need an outlet.  Just like pressure needs a valve, you need an outlet.  What are the best forms of exercise and outlets?  I think one is communicating with others.  That's a great thing [&hellip

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When to Stop Exercising

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

When is the best time to stop exercising?  I really believe when you feel tired.  If you're older and you're someone who hasn't exercised, I think you need to get checked out first to make sure you're eligible to exercise and that your heart is ready for it.  But, if you're someone who is younger [&hellip

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Parental Pressure and Sports-Related Injuries in Kids

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

Kids play sports and that's great, but as they're playing more sports supervised by parents and being pushed more and more into tournaments and leagues, they can suffer injuries and many of those injuries can really affect them long-term.  It's very important that if your kids are playing sports, you allow them to pace themselves [&hellip

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Understanding Bipolar Illness

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

It is called bipolar illness and the bipolar means up and down.  That's clearly what happens when people are bipolar.  They can go from severe depression to incredible exuberance and exhilaration.  It is that movement back and forth that can cause problems and perhaps be extremely dangerous.  When people are really up, they feel like [&hellip

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Diabetic Pain

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

Diabetic pain is sometimes a misnomer.  There are people who experience no pain in areas because the innervation is bad or they experience great pain because the nerves are being affected by the damage of diabetes.  Diabetes is difficult in that it ravages the body.  In particular, it can affect the nerves and when it [&hellip

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