15% of cases of erythromelalgia are caused by mutations in the SCN9A gene. This disease is more common in women then men. What are its common symptoms, how it is diagnosed etc. You can find it on https://www.xpertdox.com/disease-description/Erythromelalgia
Not many people are aware of it, but simple changes in your diet may help you get pregnant. Foods we eat affect our health in numerous ways. We are what we eat. By eating a healthy diet, we create the perfect setting for our future baby to develop in. We enrich our body with essential vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. We make sure that our hormones are well balanced. We protect the health of the eggs and the sperm. But what is healthy fertility diet is all about. In short, it is based on getting more nutrient rich foods in and the unhealthy foods out. The following infographic lists some of the foods that may help your fertility and describes how those may do so.
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The functional movements involve exercises that are fundamental to all things that kids need to do when they play-pull, push, run, throw, climb, lift and jump. All of the movements are taught safely and effectively under the close supervision of thoroughly trained CrossFit Kids Trainer.
The Zika virus has made global news as it brought deaths, birth defects, and numerous health concerns. It has created problem after problem, with no clear solution or end in sight. Even now, with Zika having been around for a while, there are issues going on every day.
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Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is a genetically-based anxiety disorder comprised of obsessions and compulsions that impacts over 2 million people in the US alone. Typical onset of OCD is between the ages of 10-12 years old. OCD is a treatable condition although; on average it takes 14-17 years from time OCD begins to obtain treatment. There are 5 warning signs that help someone identify OCD in someone else. The warning signs to be aware of are someone talking about intrusive, unwanted thoughts that create fear or distress, compulsive behaviors (repeated checking or redoing), becoming isolated, seeking reassurance from others, and depression. OCD is treated by evidence-based behavioral therapy and Exposure Response Prevention (ERP) combined with medication.
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What are the guidelines for exercises during pregnancy? What exercises are safe during pregnancy? What exercises to avoid? We created this infographic specifically to answer these questions. Pregnancy is a great time. And probably you want to stay fit during this period. But not all the workouts are considered safe. It’s very important to know exercises that may harm you and your baby.
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Too often children who are involved in auto accidents are ignored and overlooked by medical personnel attending to and treating injured adults. There is a misguided and false presumption that children harnessed in car seats are safe and ok. Sadly, the statistics show that infants and small children are even more at risk than adults to suffer long-term brain damage in even minor collisions that produce slight vehicular damage. This infographic will help you recognize the signs of a brain injury in a child.
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Is Direct Primary Care (DPC) Right For You? Treasure Valley Family Medicine in Meridian, Idaho attempts to answer this question with facts, statistics & comparisons of DPC vs. traditional medical care. Treasure Valley Family Medicine charges $70 per person, per month for nearly unlimited access to all the services they provide with their Direct Primary Care program. This means that 95% of your health care needs can be provided under DPC. The result is roughly 35% fewer hospitalizations, 65% fewer ER visits, 66% fewer specialist visits and 82% fewer surgeries. It also substantially reduces your healthcare costs (by 20% on average) and increases overall patient satisfaction.
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Posture is one of the main causes of back pain. In most cases back pain can be prevented by simply maintaining good postures all of the time. The four activities that can cause back pain when done with incorrect posture are lifting, exercising, sitting, and sleeping. This picture illustrates the correct posture when doing such activities. Other than back pain, back posture can also cause other health problems. So maintaining good posture all the time is important for your overall health.
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Containing a botanical mix called Emulin+TM that helps your body manage refined carbohydrates
Sleep is good for your health. Everyone spent good amount of time to sleep in their lifetime. So if we sleep in the wrong position or posture, it can have great impact to our body. Main immediate effect is pain in the back, neck and shoulder. But it can also have long term bad affect to our overall health. So it’s important that we sleep in the correct position or posture. This picture illustrates the correct sleeping posture.
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In our life we spent a lot of time sitting on a chair. That is during our study in school or college, and later on when we work in office, we spent a lot of time sitting on a chair. Especially nowadays most people work with computer on a desk. A lot of people suffer back pain as a result, because most people sitting on chair in incorrect posture. This back pain can be easily prevented by maintaining good posture all of the time when sitting. This picture illustrates the correct sitting posture. Remember maintaining good posture is good for your overall health, not just to avoid back pain.
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How Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia is caused? Why in many cases it remain unknown. We have combined all information in an infographic.
You can find it here https://www.xpertdox.com/disease-description/Autoimmune%20Hemolytic%20Anemia
https://www.artofmoderndentistry.com/choose-right-lincoln-park-dentist-5-tips/ – Sometimes the hardest part of going to the dentist is picking the dentist. You are not alone if you are having a problem choosing. 21% of adults said that have not visited the dentist in the last “few years” 22.9% of adults are not sure if they will visit a dentist 14% of adults report they do not go to the dentist because of time constraints 40% of adults forgo care because of cost. To know more information visit https://www.artofmoderndentistry.com/choose-right-lincoln-park-dentist-5-tips/