Food for Thought: Exercise Your Mind

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Depression is a disorder marked by sadness, low energy, impaired concentration, and feelings of dejection. Some folks believe that depression is normal. Hectic daily activities and the conflict between family and career cause constant stress. Yet depression and anxiety as a response to stress are not normal. They can be signs of illness, which may […]

Tips on How You Can Make Your Arthritis Medicines Work Twice as Effectively

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This post will provide you important tips to make certain that you’re receiving the very best out of your arthritis treatment program. 1. Make absolutely sure that the nurse or doctor knows what allergies you have. Also, make certain that they understand what other medications you are taking and ask specifically about drug interactions and […]

So… Which One Do I Use for My Arthritis, Heat or Ice?

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Heat has long been used to provide temporary relief of arthritis pain, and is utilized in many diverse forms. Contrast baths, whirlpools, electric pads, microwaveable gel packs, hydrocollator packs, infrared lamps, and hot showers are some of the various techniques used. Even warm tap water probably will meet some of your needs for heat therapy […]

Affordable Prescription Medication without Insurance.

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The rising number of uninsured is in large part being driven by individuals abandoning the corporate life to pursue their dreams as entrepreneurs and small business owners. Unfortunately, this trend comes at a time when more and more medications are available to help treat the severe (and the not so serious) illnesses that many people […]

Prescription Drugs from International Pharmacies Save Elderly Money

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Many of today’s older (U.S.) cross the borders of Mexico and Canada so as to receive their prescriptions filled at a massive discount. For some it has become a necessity because they just can’t afford necessary drug treatments any other way. However, what about those people who don’t live near the boundaries; how can they […]

Stem Cell Research

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Stem cell research holds more than hope for cures. The jury is in on stem cell research. Stem cell research can provide a cure for your incurable illness. With private stem cell research a personal cure for an ill patient can be accelerated. With each michroscope from the lab tuned into your distinctive disease a […]

Treating Neuromas

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A neuroma is an inflamed nerve. At the foot, the most frequent place for a neuroma is between the third and fourth toes. The main nerve to your foot originates from the spine and travels down the back of the leg to the base of the foot and out to the toes. When the nerve […]

10 Tips for Responsible Medication Use

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All medications, including prescriptions, over-the-counter preparations, vitamin and mineral supplements, and herbal preparations, are potentially dangerous. Following some simple rules won’t just reduce your chance of having a issue, but should reduce your cost as well. – Always shop around for medications – there’s a significant difference in price from pharmacy to pharmacy. Assess both […]

Prevent Foot Problems When Walking

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National campaigns, health practitioners and even major corporations are encouraging Americans to walk longer. Unfortunately, many sedentary individuals who start walking programs quickly develop foot issues. Almost sixty million Americans have foot problems and many grow them after starting a new exercise regimen. A foot injury can take weeks, even months to heal and many […]

Considerations in Distance Education for the Medical Assistant Instructor

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Distance education isn’t new, and can be traced as far back as the first century. The Apostle Paul wrote to the early Christian churches, instructing them from a distance (even when he was under ‘house arrest’ in Rome). This was probably the first type of’correspondence course’, which was the sole way of learning at a […]