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How Distressing is Social Phobia?

I remember a friend in college who would blush, sweat, and tremble when required by a teacher to speak in class. A few weeks before the presentation, he?d be anxious, agitated, and couldn?t sleep. Because I was still a student then, I didn?t have any clue what he was going through. But I knew that something was terribly wrong.

Joint Pain Relief

If you joints are constantly killing you, here are three suggestions:

A Very Medical Miracle

Madeline Mann once weighed less can a can of soda making her the tiniest surviving newborn known to medicine. Next week, she enters high school as something even more exrtaordinary? a honor student who likes to play violin and Rollerblade.

How You Can Erase Low Back Pain Using the Latest Medical Techniques!

?If you?re one the nine out of ten adults in the United States who suffers from low back pain, I have good news for you!? states Dr. Nathan Wei, a board-certified rheumatologist and Clinical Director of the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center of Maryland.

Eliminate Agonizing Hand Pain Quickly and Easily!

According to Dr. Nathan Wei, ?The hand and wrist are the mirrors of disease.? While the cause of hand pain can be a localized problem, hand pain can also be the presenting sign for other diseases.

Amazing Shoulder Pain Reversing Secrets!

Whether you?re a weekend athlete, or a gardener that overdid it, or a person with arthritis, there?s hope for you. According to Dr. Nathan Wei, Clinical Director of the Arthritis and Osteoporosis Center of Maryland, ?Shoulder problems are one of the most common afflictions of modern times. Fortunately, there are many ways of helping people feel better.?

Medication Compliance Kit ... A Life Saver

Pill Proof LLC introduces the first, easy to use medication compliance kit for consumers and medical professionals. Owner, Jane Langdon, has a sister in law with Parkinson?s Disease. While visiting her sister in law?s doctor, he noted that the biggest problem with her progress was correctly taking her many medications. Jane asked if there was a system available to help her. The doctor replied,? No, I wish there was?. Jane asked if she made one, would he be interested in it. ?Make it and I will use it?, he said. After two prototypes, the doctor approved it. That was the beginning of her new business at www.sew-beautiful.us/pillproof

Fifteen Ways to Fight Heel Pain

There are many different causes of heel pain, but the most common cause is plantar fasciitis (plan * tar fash* ee * I * tis). If you experience a sharp pain in your heel when you first step down in the morning, it is most likely due to plantar fasciitis. This problem is a result of excess stress through a long ligament type structure (the plantar fascia) in the bottom of the foot. The excess stress causes tearing and results in inflammation and pain. The classic symptoms are pain in the heel at the first step in the morning, or upon rising after long periods of rest. Many will complain of a sharp pain in the heel when they step out of their car or after finishing their lunch break. Other individuals only experience heel pain at the end of the day or during certain types of activity like running, soccer or tennis. The pain may extend into the arch and feel achy at the end of the day.

Understanding Tumescent Liposuction

Tumescent liposuction is done using a local aesthetic. A large volume of saline solution containing the aesthetic and a drug called "Epinephrine" is injected directly into the areas where there are excessive fatty deposits. Epinephrine is important in the surgical process because it shrinks capillaries and minimizes blood loss. Minor sedation may be required for those who feel a little nervous about the surgery; however the patient is usually completely conscious during the surgery.

Polysomnography: One Tool in Helping in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Fibromyalgia

Stop! and imagine for one moment that your body is being savagely and brutally attacked by chronic pain. This pain is so intense that you become less active. As you become less active you start to develop muscles weakness. Just trying to do normal daily activities such as, working, housekeeping, cooking, playing with the kids, shopping, walking the dog and sleeping has become an extreme ordeal. All is not peaceful in the Land of Nod. In fact, you as a fibromyalgia (FM) sufferer are downright restless.

FDA Orders Search Engines to Stop Online Pharmacies

How Does Online Pharmacies Affect Pharmacy Leaders?

The Check Doctor Credentials Theory

In 2003, there where more than 890 million doctor visits in the U.S. according to the (CDC) Center for Diseases Control and Prevention. "More now than ever consumers are not only researching their doctor, but are also demanding the highest quality of health care" says Hugo Gallegos, President of MDNationwide.org.

Considerations in Distance Education for the Medical Assistant Instructor

Medical Assistant distance education is emerging to meet the demands of a new generation of students in the twenty first century. St. Augustine Medical Assistant School distance education program for medical assistant presents a good model for this integration of technology with medical assistant education. Distance education, particularly in its most recent form, online education, is being integrated into even the most cautious and conservative of educational institutions. Yet the impact of these alternative forms of teaching and learning on students, faculty, and institutions has yet to be broadly or deeply studied. New models such as that at St. Augustine Medical Assistant School are immerging. St. Augustine Medical Assistant School is available at: www.medicalassistant.us

?Ooohhh? my aching knee!!!? Insider Secrets on How You Can Get Relief Quickly and Easily!

When your knee hurts, getting relief is all that?s on your mind. Getting the right relief, though, depends on knowing what?s wrong. The correct diagnosis will lead to the correct treatment.

Irritable Bowel Syndrome: Simple Self-Help Tips

If you have been diagnosed with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), you will know how difficult it is to treat. Doctors can be dismissive of IBS symptoms such as diarrhea, constipation and bloating, and when treatment is offered it may only help for a short while before the distressing symptoms return.

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Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)

Opioids May Not Be the Best Medicine for Chronic Back, Joint Pain
Health Essentials from Cleveland Clinic (blog)
A new study shows that opioid pain medications are no more effective than non-opioids when it comes to treating chronic pain. Advertising Policy. Cleveland Clinic is a non-profit academic medical center. Advertising on our site helps support our ...

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Lab News

The future character of medicine - Laboratory News
Lab News
Nanotechnology offers great promise for the improvement of the treatment of a number of diseases. However, access to the expertise and methodologies required to characterise new nanomaterials is limited. The European Nanotechnology Characterisation ...

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Michigan Medicine's Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology and Diabetes showcases new research at Endocrine ...
University of Michigan Health System News (press release)
Members of the Michigan Medicine Division of Metabolism, Endocrinology and Diabetes are showcasing new research at the Endocrine Society's ENDO 2018 March 17-20 in Chicago. The annual meeting, taking place this year at McCormick Place West, is the ...

KMTV - 3 News Now

Quadruplets born at Nebraska Medicine
KMTV - 3 News Now
(KMTV) - For the first time since 2008, a set of quadruplets were born at Nebraska Medicine. On Feb. 23, Shalee and Andy McCarter of Overton welcomed the four babies, who are now at home with their parents and 10-year-old sister Elle after spending ...

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Clinical Medicine Training Preps Med Students to Treat Transgender Patients
MD Magazine
A new study from Boston University School of Medicine suggests that medical students who are specifically trained in clinical transgender medicine are better prepared to treat transgender patients. Study authors demonstrated that specific transgender ...

Valley morning Star

Reflecting on 30 years in medicine
Valley morning Star
While Susan's peers are beginning to retire, she cannot imagine a life outside of medicine. When asked what she would do if she wasn't a doctor, she sat back and contemplated a life without a white coat. It was hard. She likes history, so maybe a ...

Glasgow High School to offer advanced medicine career pathway
Bowling Green Daily News
Principal Amy Allen said GHS next year will begin offering the Advanced Medicine career pathway to students who want to become doctors, surgeons, pharmacists and other similarly advanced medical professions. “I'm really excited for our students because ...

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Israel's Rambam Hospital, Stanford University Medicine Co-Host Symposium on Medical Tech
A joint symposium by Israel's Rambam Health Care Campus and Stanford University Medicine was held earlier this week on the Stanford campus in Palo Alto, California, with the aim of exploring best practices and the latest developments in clinical ...

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Greenville Journal

Furman University to offer new graduate degree program in community medicine
Greenville Journal
“It is important that the Master of Science in community engaged medicine be in alignment with Furman's mission and extend liberal arts and sciences values to students who are ultimately planning careers in health care,” said Victoria Turgeon ...

The Missoulian

University of Montana receives $1 million for health and medicine ...
The Missoulian
The University of Montana announced Thursday it is receiving $1 million in seed money from the Madrona Hill Foundation for the school's health and medicine efforts.
UM Health And Medicine Initiative Receives $1 Million Donation ...MTPR
Family donates $1M in seed funding to boost Health and Medicine program at UMMissoula Current
$1 Million Gift Benefits Health and Medicine Initiatives at UMNewstalkkgvo

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