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3 Effective Ways To Manage Pain Naturally

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For most people, the slew of side effects mentioned in medication commercials is enough to sway them away from popping pills to handle pain. If you are looking for an effective, natural way to cope with pain, consider trying these proven techniques. 1: Exercise If you have ever heard your kid’s soccer coach tell him to “walk it off,” then you are probably familiar with people using exercise to cure pain relief.…

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Rare Side-Effects From 3 Common Medications

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When we take common, everyday medications, the thought that our lives may be in jeopardy rarely crosses our minds. While all medications have side effects, certain medications, both over-the-counter and prescription, have the potential to cause life-threatening adverse reactions. Here are three medications that may endanger your life, even at dosages recommended by your doctor: Aspirin Aspirin has been used for over a century to relieve pain and fever, however, it is not as innocuous as most people think.…

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4 Requirements To Fulfill Before Having Laparoscopic Spinal Surgery

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Although laparoscopic spinal surgery is less invasive than “open” surgery, you’ll still need to fulfill some preoperative necessities before undergoing your procedure. The physician at the orthopedic spine center will discus your preoperative requirements during your consultation appointment, and will give you an instruction sheet to refer back to in case you have questions. Here are four requirements that you’ll need to fulfill prior to having minimally invasive spinal surgery.…

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How 3D Printing Is Changing Medical Simulation

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How do would-be doctors practice difficult procedures? The answer is medical simulation. The same technology that allows pilots to master the controls of various aircraft can work to train a surgeon to remove a kidney stone or teach a first year medical student gross anatomy. EIGER lab, and the like, with advances in technology, and specifically the use of rapid prototyping and 3D printers, are improving the training process for healthcare professionals by providing more realistic and accurate models.…

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Unknown Ways You're Wrecking Your Skin

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A few fleeting days of the year, your skin is dewy, youthful and the envy of all your girlfriends. However, the majority of days your skin is an uncooperative, problematic nightmare that you want to hide under layers of makeup and clothing. Unbeknownst to you, many of the most common skin issues – from acne and dry patches to under eye circles – are preventable, and often caused by your health and lifestyle choices.…

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2 Ways To Treat Axial Back Pain Without Medication

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If you have a job that requires a lot of heavy lifting, chances are you frequently suffer from axial back pain. Unlike other types of back pain, axial back pain is confined to only the lower area of the back. It is commonly characterized as dull to sharp pain that is either intermittent or constant.  While cooling ointments and prescription pain killers can help ease the pain, they also contain many harmful chemicals that can cause horrible side effects and that can be hazardous to your health.…

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Go Mobile: Mobility Help For Your Aging Loved One

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Just under nine million emergency room visits every year are attributed to accidental trips and falls, and the elderly are particularly vulnerable. In fact, more than four times as many seniors die because of falls than any other age group.  The truth is that nearly everyone suffers some decline in mobility during the aging process. However, there are ways to promote continued mobility — and the independence that goes along with it — in order to enhance the quality of life of your aging loved one.…

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Was That Really Me? 3 Brain Problems That Can Cause A Normally Lawful Person To Break Bad

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Although we are far away from having a complete understanding of the brain, we do know that damage to certain areas of the brain can markedly and disturbingly change a person’s beliefs, actions, impulses and behaviors. There are many different ailments and disorders that can produce a rapid change in a person’s actions and personality. When a person becomes afflicted by one of these many problems, they may find themselves in legal trouble that their friends or family members never could have anticipated.…

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6 Reasons Your Office Should Switch To EHR Software

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention explains that 72% of healthcare facilities in the United States have switched their primary form of record keeping to EHR (Electronic Health Record) software. Take a look at the following 6 reasons your office should join them. 1.  Fewer Errors With traditional record keeping, information sometimes has to be repeatedly recorded. A patient’s information might need to be entered into the system upon registration at the medical facility, and then again by their attending doctor, and then again by the billing department.…

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Chest Pain Conditions That Should Not Be Ignored

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Many people ignore medical problems and wait weeks or months to visit a hospital or clinic for an ailment. This can be a poor choice if you are experiencing chest pain. You should call 911 or ask a family member to drive you to the hospital if you experience the discomfort. If you want to understand why chest pain should not be ignored, read through the information below so you are well aware of the possible conditions that may affect you and how they will be treated.…

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