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RICE - Sports Medicine Doctor’s Advice

Though there are thousands of different sports injuries out there, there are a few remedies or so called treatments at home that sports medicine physicians recommend which can help in almost all situations, unless your injury needs immediate attention. In the meantime, before visiting your sports medicine specialist, you can take extra care and follow RICE.



Initially injuries as common as sprains, ligament damage, tendonitis, and other injuries such as muscular issues, can be…

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Added by Eric Dean on August 18, 2014 at 1:58am — 1 Comment

Usage of Cough Medicines Should Be Avoided for Small Children

With winter here, colds, coughs and the sniffles have become common occurrence in many households. The most obvious answer to these minor health ailments is heading to the supermarket or drug store and picking up an over the counter (OTC) cough medicine.

 

But is that the correct thing to do?

 

While the OTC cough and cold medicines are quite effective in treating upper respiratory infections…

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Added by Roger Harris on January 16, 2014 at 5:54am — 5 Comments

Prevention of Diabetes & Heart Disease

My name is Debbie Mormino, Franchise Owner and Nutraceutical Representative with Unicity, an International Preventative Health, Nutrition Company and global leader in nutritional sciences/natural health products.

I am responsible for developing suitable markets for natural health products produced by Unicity.  Our primary focus is on Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease with emphasis on the risk factors of Diabetes, Cholesterol and Obesity (as well as other related risk factors) in…

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Added by Debbie Ginart Mormino on February 16, 2012 at 9:33am — 1 Comment

Emergency Care Programs and Trends are Focus of New Healthedsolutions.com Special Section

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, emergency medical technicians and paramedics with advanced degrees will have the best opportunities for future employment. Health Education Solutions, a leading provider of ACLS/PALS certification courses for emergency care professionals, today released a new “Emergency Care” Special Section to help emergency medical professionals, emergency room nurses…

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Added by Rebecca Howard on August 2, 2011 at 9:28pm — No Comments

Massage and the Immune system by Andrew Wolfe,LMP

 

Cold and Flu Season



Bump up your immune system with a massage.

Harvest is…

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Added by Andrew Wolfe,LMP,Mms. on June 6, 2011 at 1:08pm — No Comments

Water-natures natural healing remedy by Andrew Wolfe, LMP

Have you ever been told by your massage therapist after receiving a massage to drink plenty of water? You may ask yourself, ''Why is this"?

The…

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Added by Andrew Wolfe,LMP,Mms. on June 6, 2011 at 1:00pm — No Comments

Exporting Health to Africa

Original story from Financial Mail by Shoks Mzolo



Mozambicans who travel hundreds of kilometres for medication and health care in SA may soon be able to save themselves the journey. And in other Southern African countries, too, residents can look forward to the prospect of better treatment.



SA health-care groups are eyeing new investments in several regional countries. One of the busiest is Lenmed… Continue

Added by Maputo Private Hospital on May 13, 2009 at 5:13am — No Comments

Fi-Med Adds Nationwide Electronic Prescription Services For Physicians

Ahead of the curve: Fi-Med gets doctors on board with e-prescriptions before Medicare penalties take effect



In the rush to digitize health information and medical records, even prescriptions are making the jump from notepad to network. Soon the squinting and scrawling and folding and crumpling of the physician-pharmacist relationship will be replaced by high-speed data delivery from point-of-service, at time of service, direct to the pharmacy. (No word yet on whether… Continue

Added by Lisa Velasquez on March 23, 2009 at 4:43pm — No Comments

Social Media Trends to Watch for in 2009

In 2008 medicine evolved. There was an explosion of social media applications enabling physicians and consumers to share healthcare related information. With 60 million U.S. adults now Health 2.0 consumers according to Manhattan Research, I want to look ahead to the coming year and share, from a physician's perspective, the trends I will be watching for in… Continue

Added by Jason Bhan on December 30, 2008 at 5:48pm — No Comments

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