Potential Benefits Of Telestroke Treatment Availability

Posted on: 9 May 2017
Strokes are the 5th most common cause of death in the United States, with minorities being more likely to suffer from a stroke than whites. This means that an American has a stroke every 40 seconds, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Of the strokes that occur, approximately 87 percent are ischemic strokes in which blood clots block the flow of blood to the brain. This type of stroke can be treated with a medication called tissue plasminogen activator, or tPA, if the patient is given the medication soon after the onset of symptoms.
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Tips For Utilizing A Chiropractor In Your Weight Loss Journey

Posted on: 9 May 2017
If you are trying to lose weight, you are on a long journey. You are likely using calorie counters, gym memberships, and other tools to help you achieve your goals. One tool that you might not have thought of is a chiropractor. You might not know how a chiropractor can be used to help you lose weight. Here are some of the ways they can help. 1. Helps You Move Comfortably
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Worried You're Too Near- Or Far-Sighted For Vision Correction Surgery? What Should You Know?

Posted on: 9 May 2017
If you've spent years longing for perfect vision each time you struggle to put in your contacts or bend or break your newest pair of glasses, you're not alone—the FDA estimates that more than half a million people undergo this procedure each year in pursuit of perfect or near-perfect vision. However, not every person with glasses or contacts is an ideal candidate for laser vision correction (often called Lasik), and pursuing vision correction if your eyes aren't up to the task could leave you dealing with major complications.
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Dry, Painful Feet? Soothe Them With These Easy Tips

Posted on: 9 May 2017
When your feet become dry and painful, walking, running, and even standing can be tough. The skin on your feet is thicker and much more detailed than the skin on your arms, legs, and other body areas. Regular body oils and lotions might not work well for the unique skin on your feet.  The skin on your feet may also take a beating if you wear tight footwear or socks. The socks' material may chafe and irritate the skin on your feet, while tight shoes may reduce the circulation in your feet.
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