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Just A Few Reasons To Keep Your Primary Care Physician

11 October 2018
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Providing for the healthcare of you and your family is a big responsibility. Your health insurance will probably give you a list of primary care physicians to choose from, but you will also have the option of going to a quick care clinic if needed. Many people feel that because of the hours and availability of medical help at a clinic, they can forgo having a primary care physician. While in many ways this could be true, there are still things you will need from a PCP. Read More …

Are You A Woman And Getting Older? Three Signs You You Have Menopause

22 August 2018
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If you are a woman and are getting older, you will start having health problems. One type of health problem is menopause. Menopause is something that happens to every woman and is something you cannot prevent no matter what you do. There is no set age for this as some woman may start menopause in their 40s but it generally happens when you are in your 50s. Below are three symptoms you will notice so you know when it is time to make an appointment with your doctor. Read More …

How Whole-Body Cryotherapy Works And Why You Should Consider Trying It

25 June 2018
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Cryotherapy has a long history of use in medicine. It's used to remove skin tags, warts, and other skin growths. The application of cold in the form of ice packs is often recommended to reduce swelling and pain from injuries and arthritis. Now, whole-body cryotherapy treatments are becoming more popular. Here's how they work and how they might benefit you. How You Take A Whole-Body Cryotherapy Treatment Cryotherapy clinics have their own methods of giving treatments. Read More …

How To Treat Kidney Stones With Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy

24 February 2017
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The main function of the kidneys is to get rid of toxins and excess water from your blood. It also prevents proteins, bacteria, and waste products from building up in your bladder and kidneys. If you want to keep your kidneys working efficiently, then you must drink enough water. Water helps your kidneys to absorb nutrients. Not drinking enough water can result in developing kidney stones. Read on to find out how to treat kidney stones with percutaneous nephrolithotomy. Read More …

Symptoms And Treatment Options For Arthritis In The Knee

18 January 2017
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Have you been having difficulty getting up from a sitting position? Or have you been finding it difficult to climb up and down stairs? If you have been experiencing either of these issues due to pain in your knee, you may have arthritis. Here are some common symptoms of arthritis in the knee, along with three effective treatment options.  Common Symptoms for Arthritis in the Knee  While not everyone may experience the same kinds of symptoms when it comes to having arthritis in the knee, there are some common ones to be aware of. Read More …