10Feb, 2021

9 Ways to Support Immune Health in the Pandemic

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What can you do as an individual to better equip yourself throughout the pandemic? From the tips on Whatsapp to the conversations on Twitter, it is often difficult to distinguish fact from fiction. Many self-proclaimed experts have disseminated information on concoctions, teas, and rituals that will help fight COVID-19. However, our immune system is quite complex, and there is much we still do not know about it. Nevertheless, there are certain behaviors you can implement to not only better equip you against COVID-19 but support your immune system when feeling […]

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28Jan, 2021

New Year, New Strains

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A new coronavirus strain has appeared in the UK, with a similar variant emerging in South Africa. In fact, there are over 50 novel strains today that have been identified worldwide. What does that mean for us?

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30Dec, 2020

To Take or Not To Take: There is No Question

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2020 has been a unicorn of sorts. Some might even call it the most volatile year of our nation’s history. But, within the past week Americans have chattered over the news of something that has the potential to dramatically alter the trajectory of the next month, and God willing the next year.

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15Sep, 2020

I feel dizzy and my head hurt, should I see doctor or a nurse?

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As many as 90 percent of all primary headaches fall under a few categories, including migraine, tension-type, and cluster headache. While episodic tension-type headache (TTH) is the most frequent headache type in population-based studies, migraine is the most common diagnosis in patients presenting to primary care physicians with headache.

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4Sep, 2020

HIT THE SNOOZE

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That extra 15 minutes will help energize your day, right? Wrong. You’ll get better rest if you get up and go to bed at the same time every day. Groggy in the a.m.? Try using a sleep tracker. This wearable device can tell when you’re in a light stage of sleep and wake you when it’s easiest to get up

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3Sep, 2020

Excessive sweating

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Hyperhidrosis prevalence estimates range from 1 to 5 percent of the population. It is most commonly a chronic idiopathic (primary) condition; however, secondary medical conditions or medications should also be excluded. Idiopathic hyperhidrosis localized to certain areas of the body is called primary focal hyperhidrosis.

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27Aug, 2020

What are night sweats ?

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"Night sweats" refers to repeated drenching perspiration in the middle of the night that's likely to wake you, and sometimes so much that you need to change your sheets. It's usually related to a medical issue. Dealing with whatever that is may relieve the sweating.

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18Aug, 2020

Cold Drink Heart

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Caffeinated coffee and tea are the most consumed, socially accepted stimulants in the world. Approximately 90 percent of all adults in the world consume caffeine daily. In their natural forms, coffee and tea contain several chemical components that may confer both beneficial and adverse health effects, including caffeine and antioxidants (eg, polyphenols, catechins, and flavonoids).

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11Aug, 2020

Urinary Tract Infection Overview

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Bladder infections are one of the most common infections, causing symptoms like a burning feeling with urination and the need to urinate frequently. Kidney infections are less common than bladder infections, and can cause similar symptoms, but they can also cause fever, back pain, and nausea or vomiting.

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3Aug, 2020

Testosterone Replacement Therapy

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Testosterone ,should be administered only to a man who is hypogonadal, as evidenced by clinical symptoms and signs consistent with androgen deficiency and a distinctly subnormal serum testosterone concentration. In comparison, increasing the serum testosterone concentration in a man who has symptoms suggestive of hypogonadism, but whose testosterone concentration is already normal, will not relieve those symptoms.

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