Fighting Fall Allergies

Posted on: 31 July 2016
Just when things are starting to cool down in the fall, something else starts to heat up: fall allergies.  Pollen, mold, and other substances can make you miserable for months. The worst offender for many people is ragweed pollen. If treatments that you have used before have not been working well, you need to try some new strategies this autumn. Causes Most of your fall allergy symptoms are caused by the pollen released by ragweed flowers.
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Four Important Considerations When Planning Your Cardiac Stress Testing Equipment

Posted on: 29 July 2016
Whether you're a cardiologist starting a new practice or an internal medicine specialist looking to enhance your services, if you're setting up a cardiac stress test lab, there's a lot to think about. Here are four considerations you don't want to ignore. Space Cardiac stress testing equipment takes up more square footage than you might imagine. You will need room for at least one treadmill (preferably with an extra-long deck, see below), as well as for an EKG (ECG) monitor/control station and multiple people administering the test (e.
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Five Easy Ways To Treat Vaginal Dryness

Posted on: 18 July 2016
Vaginal dryness can be caused by a number of circumstances that affect the amount of estrogen in a women's body. The most common is ageing, but dryness can also be the result of childbirth, breastfeeding, certain medical treatments like chemotherapy and radiation and medications such as those used to reduce fibroids. Even some allergies can cause dryness. Whatever the reason, vaginal dryness can make intercourse painful and difficult. Fortunately, there are a number of ways to combat this common issue.
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The Thrills Of Chills: Health Conditions That Make You Feel Cold (And When To Talk To Your Doctor)

Posted on: 4 July 2016
Everyone gets cold sometimes, especially in the icy grip of winter. But feeling cold isn't always due to the temperature, and is downright odd when it happens during the dog days of summer. If you're cold all the time, no matter what the weather is outside, then chances are good you have a medical condition making you feel this way. So if you're wondering exactly what conditions can make you feel like it's winter all year long, then here's what you need to know.
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