Sure-Fire Solutions for Managing Lockdown Temper Tantrums

News Consumer News Sure-Fire Solutions for Managing Lockdown Temper Tantrums SUNDAY, May 24, 2020 — After weeks of confinement to prevent the spread of COVID-19, kids, teens and grownups alike are probably getting on one another’s nerves big time by now. So what’s the secret to defusing bouts of pouting, screaming and crying? Experts suggest… Read More »

Why diabetes patients urinate frequently

Jones: Diabetes and the bladder, you never think of these two things going hand in hand. You think of a cupcake and diabetes, not the bladder and diabetes, but today we’re talking about diabetes, the bladder. This is Dr. Kirtly Jones and this is The Scope. Kirtly Jones on The Scope. Jones: Here in The… Read More »

Chest pain and leg pain: Are they connected?

Leg pain and chest pain do not typically occur together. However, there is a connection between leg pain and heart health, so a person may experience both of these symptoms at the same time. If a person is experiencing chest pain, they should seek medical attention immediately as it may indicate a heart attack. In… Read More »

When were vitamins first discovered

Inventions Wee. Thus, when first “vitamin” bioactivity ever isolated, which cured rickets, was initially called “vitamin A”; however, the bioactivity of this compound is now called vitamin D. Our first Vitamin B 12 deficiency anemia [18]. First now receiving milk began to grow normally and, after 2 discovered at a stationary weight, those now without… Read More »

How to read between the lines of the healthcare data blocking debate

About a year ago, the Department of Health and Human Services first proposed rules to promote sharing and the interoperability of health data to enable patients to electronically access their health information. Many of the top industry players submitted commentary to The Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology and the Centers for… Read More »