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Sang Ma Wan: Herbal Balls for Stress Relief! by BethGriffingLAc Posted Sun 10 Jun 2012 2:08pm Introducing: Sang Ma Wan, a simple yet effective Chinese Herbal formula in the form of a honey-based ball of goodness. To determine whether you are eligible for its use, watch the following video (as ever, from The Mighty Boosh series) and see if you, too, need more time with the kitten Phillip: If you feel the need to allow your anger t ... Read on »
How to Stop Heart Palpitations by Paul Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Mar 2010 3:23pm 6 Comments Heart palpitations . Don’t these two words make you shutter with anxiety ? Well, maybe the words don’t, but the sensations caused by heart palpitations certainly do scare people. In fact, it’s the main topic of emails that I get from people that contact me with questions. And given that this anxiety symptom is so common among ... Read on »
Giving Up Is Not an Option by thematrix777 Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 13 Feb 2012 12:00am There are times in everyone's life that feel hopeless. Life is not easy; I don't know that is is supposed to be. What I do know is that life is what YOU make it. I have lived with a chronic illness (reflex sympathetic dystrophy) for over 7 years. The loss cannot be measured. My career, my life savings, friends and my identity. I was n ... Read on »
Causes of Panic Attacks by franklinb Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:11pm The short and obvious answer: panic attacks are caused by high anxiety. But, what exactly is anxiety? Understanding how anxiety crops up will help you defeat panic attacks. One of the biggest myths surrounding anxiety is that it ... Read on »
Learn the Symptoms of Brain Injury by Elizabeth Leis Patient Expert Posted Wed 29 Jul 2009 11:29pm by Kevin E. Crutchfield, M.D, Director, Comprehensive Sports Concussion Program, The Sandra and Malcolm Berman Brain & Spine Institute When your loved one is involved in athletics, it's important to recognize the symptoms of a concussion. A concussion can cause a variety of physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms that usually go away ... Read on »
Sunglasses syndrome by Viandfisherswarehouse Posted Tue 26 Feb 2013 6:14am The summer wearing sunglasses, some individuals put some glasses Lenses, worn inside the eye the entire day. While some children in order to pursue fashionable sunglasses as being an ornament, whatever the occasion, a person's eye separated coming from the mirror, in time rrt's going to cause decreased vision, blurred vision, severe headache, dizzi ... Read on »
Senior Drivers in Ontario by Jennifer J. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:16am In an Ministry of Transportation of Ontario PPT (Jan. 11, 2004), I read that Senior Drivers in Ontario over the age of 80 numbered 165,758 in 2001. About 65,000 have a semi-annual licence renewal consisting of a vision, knowledge and road test. I recall my late mother studying for her test. She had not driven in more than 30 years, but ha ... Read on »
Crabs! by RunFasterMommy Patient Expert Posted Sat 08 May 2010 6:05pm I'll admit, my obsession for racing 5k's is partially to blame for the failed marathon training this spring. I kept sneaking the 3.1's in on days when I should have been out running a long, slow, 15 miles or more. Here in Myrtle Beach, the running community is pretty small, so while my 5k race times may get me dusted elsewhere, here on the Grand ... Read on »
Balancing Act by Jonathan F. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 23 Aug 2008 10:47pm Wow, has it really been two months since my last post? Time sure does fly when you're busy! Luckily, I have a good excuse: I was completing my clinical rotation in orthopedics this summer, and as you might expect, it was pretty involved! Unfortunately, I found little time to answer an excellent comment left in a previous post…hopefully ... Read on »
Military Brain Trauma is Big Problem by Pat S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Sep 2008 4:42pm This article in the Toronto Star uncovers the problem of mild brain trauma in the military. Because of better body armor, soldiers are surviving explosions that might have killed them before. Even soldiers a fair distance away from an explosion can experience brain trauma. This brain injury and the symptoms caused by it often don't show up t ... Read on »