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Health Buzz: Vicks ComfortFlex Thermometer by Erin T. Posted Fri 21 Nov 2008 2:25pm Most new moms know that when you and your newborn are at the hospital, the nurses are constantly taking the baby's temperature to make sure he is warm enough. I hated when the nurses did it to Keegan. They seemed so unnecessarily rough as they held his little arm down to get an underarm reading - my little mellow baby would scream each time. So ... Read on »
Thanks for the thermometers!!! by Pedro M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:07am As always we show you everything we buy!  Thanks to the donors for the three digital thermometers pictured above that were given to Nata Clinic.   We see over 200 patients per day at the clinic and the staff have used the old style that take several minutes and must be shaken down.  These thermometers read the temperature in 10 seconds!!  E ... Read on »
Uk Chemist – Far Better All Round Discounts Discovered Online by Patrick Posted Thu 17 Feb 2011 11:37am If you reside in Britain, or know anybody who does then you might be passing up on getting your non-prescription chemist products and solutions at even lower prices as I was. Before I delved right in and started to buy something with regards to pharmacy solutions on the internet, I made a decision to undertake a bit of over-all research just to ... Read on »
Exergen Temporal Artery Thermometer Review by Seeryus Mama .. Patient Expert Posted Mon 20 Apr 2009 12:22am I love how technology progresses! When Johnny was a baby 9 years ago I had one of those digital thermometers. The kind that you had to put under the tongue or in an armpit until it beeped. And that felt like forever, because whenever you have to take the temperature of a baby they aren't feeling well. Sure they had the ear thermometers, but ... Read on »
Vicks Forehead Thermometer (+ giveaway!) by Tina G. Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Feb 2010 7:01pm Keep reading to find out how you can win a Vicks prize pack valued at $140. I’ve always used a digital thermometer on the kids when we’ve thought that they might have a fever but when you’re flustered and the kids are sickit can be hard to remember what temperature is a “fever” and what’s normal. Vicks has made it much easier now ... Read on »
Taylor Professional 9306 Dual Temp IR Thermocouple Thermometer by Krizia MissK Healthy Living Professional Posted Sun 15 Aug 2010 3:37pm Taylor Professional 9306 Dual Temp IR Thermocouple Thermometer 9306 Features: -Digital waterproof dual temperature thermometer. -Thermocouple provides ultra fast and accurate readings. -Infrared temperature range: -27 F to 482 F and -55 C to 250 C. -Thermocouple temperature range: -6 ... Read on »
How to Save Energy in Your Kitchen over the Holidays by Energy Efficiency Posted Tue 23 Nov 2010 3:04pm For many of us, celebrating the holidays means food – hot, delicious, home-cooked food. And that means using those kitchen appliances! We've posted some energy-saving ideas in the past including winter and summer . Here are some quick tips to help you save energy in your kitchen this holiday season: Limit pre-heating times: Use an ov ... Read on »
First Aid for pets by heru m. Patient Expert Posted Wed 18 May 2011 10:48am To be prepared for mishaps, it is helpful to a first aid kit for your animals in the house. Please also note that when transporting your pet in the car or if you go on holiday! The first aid kit for animals depending on the animal you have, u need the following items • Iodine dips or to disinfect wounds; • Wire Cutter; • Adhes ... Read on »
Health Tips for February 4 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Tue 03 Feb 2009 11:23pm Health Tip: Taking Your Temperature If you're taking your temperature, you should take steps to ensure that you're getting an accurate reading. The U.S. National Library of Medicine offers these guidelines: If using a thermometer by mouth, put it directly under the tongue and keep your mouth closed, holding the thermometer in place w ... Read on »
Found out why I had low temperature readings by Allen Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 15 Jan 2009 6:26pm I figured out this evening the cause of the low temperature readings. Not leaving the thermometer in my mouth long enough. It is a digital thermometer, and I haven't used it for a couple of years; I'd forgotten that I had to wait for a telephone like string of beeps to tell me that the thermometer was finished. My temperature concurrently is 98.1, ... Read on »