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Dehydration by Yusuf Posted Sun 10 May 2009 12:00am Dehydration means your body does not have as much water and fluids as it should, dehydration can be caused by losing too much fluid, not drinking enough water or fluids, or both. Water is the most important essential nutrient in the human body. Even in view of this incredible importance, we are not vigilant enough a ... Read on »
Kidney function improved by exercise by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 3:32pm We already know that exercise helps to prevent heart attacks, strokes, diabetes, obesity and certain cancers, and may extend life span. Now a report from Italy shows that exercise may also help to prevent kidney damage that occurs with aging ( Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine , May 2008). Doctors measure kidney function by calculati ... Read on »
Iced Tea & Kidney Stones by Cindy M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Sep 2008 11:05am Get rid of the soda and sugary drinks. Choose tea to boost intake of those heart-healthy antioxidants and otherwise beneficial flavonoids. We've all heard the good news about tea. What is not so well known is that iced tea contains high concentrations of oxalates, which are chief culprits in creating kidney stones. Oxalates are found in many p ... Read on »
Iced Tea & Kidney Stones by Cindy M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:46pm Get rid of the soda and sugary drinks. Choose tea to boost intake of those heart-healthy antioxidants and otherwise beneficial flavonoids. We've all heard the good news about tea. What is not so well known is that iced tea contains high concentrations of oxalates, which are chief culprits in creating kidney stones. Oxalates are foun ... Read on »
Battle Dehydration With Electrolytes by Lucky V. Patient Expert Posted Thu 13 Oct 2011 5:00pm You know exercise is good for your health , but you need to keep in mind that, just like everything else, too much exercise can be dangerous. Dehydration is a frequent problem faced by people exercising. It normally happens when a person is trying to do more than the body can handle, best known as going “over the limit”. But what is dehyd ... Read on »
Dehydration - What we need to know - Part 2 by VidyaSury Facebook Posted Sun 31 Oct 2010 12:00am What causes dehydration? Dehydration can occur because of: Poor intake of fluids  Excessive loss through           o vomiting           o diarrhoea           o sweating           o urination Poor intake can happen to anyone who does not have access to fluids, or to someone who has access, but who, for some reason, is ... Read on »
Can Avoiding Dehydration Prevent Atrial Fibrillation “Holiday Heart Syndrome”? by Mellanie H. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 Dec 2011 3:11pm The holidays seem to bring on lots of atrial fibrillation, often attributed to a condition called “Holiday Heart Syndrome”, which is supposedly caused by consuming too much alcohol and caffeine during the holidays. This year, can we avoid afib caused by Holiday Heart Syndrome? I think so, by avoiding dehydration. Here are my thoughts abou ... Read on »
Hydration Tips by LiveHuzzah Posted Tue 13 Dec 2011 12:00am Adequate hydration is essential and can make or break your workout. I remember when I started training for my first half marathon, and hadn’t quite learned what worked for me. I would try and go for 7+ mile long runs and would hit the wall about 50 minutes in. And you know why? It was because I wasn’t hydrating properly. Once I bought a fue ... Read on »
PCMC Frequent Flyer (A Big Daddy Update) by Pamela B. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 6:41pm Pam just called and they are on there way home!!! I'll let Pamela fill ya all in. We did get some answers. I hope Pamela doesn't keep you hanging long. Ha ha. Peace and out, Rhett's Big Daddy (Andy) While PCMC now considers Rhett a frequent flyer. This means he has been there and spent so much time in the hospital th ... Read on »
How life can change in a blink of an eye by Carol Yeh-Garner Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 10:37pm A former co-worker & friend of mine just had her life change forever due to N ecrotizing F asciitis (NF). Her husband died from it last week. He presented with flu-like symptoms & then woke up with one of his legs swollen & sore. They took him to the doctor & they thought it might be a blood clot since he travels a lot. They decided to do a MRI. ... Read on »