Hospitals And Doctors

February 4, 2010

Best treatment for hypothermia

Filed under: Medical Conditions — Tags: — Doctor @ 7:33 am

Prevention is the best treatment for hypothermia. By planning ahead, you are better prepared to fight it. 

  • Food is fuel. Your body is a complex machine that needs the right combination of nutrients to keep it strong. Eating hot, nutritious food all winter will keep the cold at bay. (more…)

February 3, 2010

Arm, Elbow, or Shoulder Pain

Filed under: Medical Conditions — Tags: , , , — Doctor @ 5:32 pm

Tennis players sometimes get tennis elbow. Swimmers get swimmer’s shoulder. You may not be a professional sports figure, but you still can be plagued by the same type of arm, elbow, or shoulder pain. Often, your mus­cles or joints will ache because you’ve pushed them a lit­tle too far when exercising. You don’t even have to be doing aerobics or pumping iron — a weekend gardening session can be just as stressful. If you fall, or overdo it with heavy objects, a strain or sprain can be the fruit of your labor. Although most aches and pains are minor problems that go away with rest, sometimes that little pain is warning you of a more serious problem.

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February 2, 2010

Ankle Swelling Causes and Symptoms

Filed under: Medical Conditions — Tags: — Doctor @ 3:18 pm

“My feet are killing me!”  Why does it seem that when our feet or ankles hurt, our entire day is ruined?  In fact, foot and ankle problems profoundly affect our general health and sense of well-being.  And because so much stress is placed on the tiny bones and network of muscles, tendons, and tissues in our ankles, injury is common.  (more…)

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