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WORKING TOWARD THE HEALTHY CAT by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 15 Apr 2012 12:00am OK, even though this whole issue of Questions On Dogs and Cats is devoted to cats, what does this breed of dog have to do with the lead news story of April 15, 2012?  The lead news story of April 15, 2012 is about the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic (April 15, 1912) and the dog in question is a...Pomeranian.  According ... Read on »
Q and A: Losing Weight Without Trying by Kelly .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 22 Jan 2009 3:53pm www.marriedtothesea.com Haha, my dad’s a chemist Hey Kelly, I have a question for you because I can\t figure it out on my own. I work out on a regular basis-usually cardio twice a week (once swimming, the other running) and I do yoga twice a week. I also work as a server 3 times a weeks (so a TON of walking at a quick pace). Sometimes ... Read on »
KNOW MORE ABOUT YOUR CAT by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Fri 07 Aug 2009 12:12pm Questions On Dogs and Cats has devoted quite a bit of space to cats and their medical problems over this past year. However, Helpful Buckeye has received a few e-mails from cat owners who feel just a little slighted...even by the title of this blog. The cat owners have rightfully pointed out that there are now more cats as pets in the USA than dogs ... Read on »
PET BEQUESTS, THYROID DISEASES, AND ANIMAL CSI.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 28 Nov 2010 12:00am The long Thanksgiving holiday weekend has ended, most of you are getting back into your regular routines, and your dogs and cats are still wondering what actually happened over that 4-day period.  Did your pet travel with you?  Did you leave your pet in a kennel?  Did you include your pet in any of your holiday festivities?  Does your pet ... Read on »
Senior Health - About Anxiety Disorders - 33 Frequently Asked Questions And Answers by Karen Bastille Health Maven Posted Mon 13 Dec 2010 2:19pm NIH Senior Health 1. How is an anxiety disorder different from just feeling anxious or worried? If you have an anxiety disorder, worry or fear becomes long-term and may get worse instead of better as time goes on. Doctors and older adults tend to view anxiety and fear as normal given the circumstances of aging. But ... Read on »
HYPERTHYROIDISM, CATS ON A LEASH, WINTER TRAVEL TIPS.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 05 Dec 2010 12:00am Now that December has arrived, it's time to consider Helpful Buckeye's "Winter Travel Tips." Top 5 Winter Travel Tips A winter vacation can be a wonderful change of scenery for you and your dog. But like any trip, you must plan ahead and take certain precautions. Here are five simple things you can do to make winter travel with your ... Read on »
My personal asana of the week by Bindumandala Yoga .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 4:26pm Sarvangasana It stimulates the thyroid gland and so is very useful in cases of hypothyroidism. It helps swollen sinuses, chest colds, sore throat and improves eye sight and memory, varicose veins and pinched nerve in the cervical vertebrae. Helps facial paralyses, tones the entire body and gives a youthful glow. It helps in the maintenance of ... Read on »
Hyperthyroids and liquid vitamins by Ben L. Naturopathic Doctor Posted Wed 19 Aug 2009 10:33pm Hyperthyroids Question: Dr. Ben, Some docs recommend taking more of a vitamin/mineral than the daily recommended…is this product safe to take in a higher dosage? Twice/day maybe? With diagnosed hyperthyroid, as well as excessive stress, I’m being told to specifically increase my B vitamins…It appears that the levels are very low in comp ... Read on »
Glucomannan used to treat Hyperthyroid by Cassandra F. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Thu 20 Mar 2008 1:09pm Recently, I was directed toward a study of glucomannan treatment for hyperthyroid (high thyroid hormones). A woman has asked me if this fiber (glucomannan), is used to treat hyperthyroid, will it have negative consequences if used in women with hypothyroid (low)? The paper that I'm speaking of is this: "The Use of Konjac Glucomannan to Lower Ser ... Read on »
Treating Hyperthyroidism: What Are Your Options? by InternalMed .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm HOLLY ATKINSON, MD: Hello and welcome to our webcast. I'm Dr. Holly Atkinson. Hyperthyroidism is a serious hormonal imbalance which can lead to weight loss, diarrhea, anxiety and other symptoms. Treatments are available and in most cases, they involve attacking the primary cause of hyperthyroidism, which a syndrome called "Grave's Disease," which a ... Read on »