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Health Alert: Breathe Deeply and Safely - Five Ways to Protect Yourself From Co Poisoning

Carbon monoxide poisons thousands each year, but you can protect yourself and your family by employing the tips in this article.

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Healthy Living Advice: Hearing Better Thanks to Smarter Technology

Just a decade ago, hearing aids were basic amplifiers. Now they’re completely connected with other technological devices, making everyday life easier for the wearer.

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Healthy Living Advice: How a Tape Measure and Scale Can Save The Life of Your Child

(BPT) - Babies are measured and weighed frequently in the first few years of life so parents and pediatricians can be sure they are getting a healthy start. But as kids get older, many parents don’t know exactly how tall or heavy their children are. Knowing your child’s height and weight, and using the right car or booster seat when they travel, could save their life.

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Crucial Functions Have Got CPR

Emergencies including respiratory arrest and cardiac arrest as a result of an injury sometimes happen anywhere. Among these, the crunch in the head, drowning, choking, poisoning, smoke inhalation, shock, certain drug overdose.

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Health News: Play It Safe - Tips to Keep Kids Safe All Summer Long

(Family Features) Summer is a time of playground fun, camping, swimming and other outdoor activities. When kids are outdoors, their sense of adventure and curiosity soars, which can, unfortunately, lead to a higher risk of injuries.

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The Advantages of a Medical Alarm System

The number of seniors whose families believe they will benefit from a medical alarm device is increasing every day. There are sobering statistics regarding how many elderly individuals fall in their own homes in the United States each year. It is also a fact that almost 78% of new admissions to nursing homes are the direct result of falls in the home. Although most nursing homes are staffed with qualified, caring individuals, most families feel their elderly loved ones will experience a better quality of life if they are able to maintain their independence.

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Eutychus Might Not Have Survived Today

The book of The Acts Of The Apostles is loaded with accounts of miracles that the Holy Spirit did through the early disciples and apostles. One was about a young man named Eutychus who fell out of a window and died as a result. Paul prayed for him and he was revived. What might happen today, especially in the United States?

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Chest Pain and Panic Disorder

ER doctors often say that these patients due to gastric complaints although examination of the stomach (endoscopy and colonoscopy have been performed and the results are good) stated that there were no abnormalities. Patients also have done echocardiographic examination and a treadmill but the results are fine and no signs of ischemic (narrowing of the blood vessels of the heart or blood vessel blockage). Patients asking doctors perform MSCT and the results are good( Calcium Score normal).

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Respiratory Syncytial Virus: Do You Know Your Abcs About RSV?

This article provides important medical information for parents on a common and serious condition affecting young children. Respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is a common seasonal virus that affects nearly all children by their second birthday.

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Life After Stroke: Advice for Physical and Emotional Recovery

A stroke is life changing for the patient, as well as his or her support network. Some people make a full recovery, while others suffer from various disabilities. In addition to working closely with a doctor through a personalized recovery program, joining a support group is a great initial step. When coping with the aftermath of a stroke, it can help to be surrounded by others with similar experiences. This article provides helpful information for stroke patients and their families regarding some of the difficult aspects of stroke rehabilitation.

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