Medicine

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Knowing your options if you are denied the cardiovascular medicine you need

(BPT) – As we approach American Heart Month, one important topic must be addressed: improving access to innovative therapies for patients suffering from cardiovascular disease (CVD). When prescribed a medication by a physician, most individuals expect to receive the medication without jumping through hurdles. However, for many people affected by cardiovascular disease across the country, […]

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8 Creative Ways to Use a Medicine Ball

Using a medicine ball is a great way to add load to your traditional strength-training routine, in a non-traditional way. With medicine balls, you can add power, strength and variety to your general fitness plan. First, it’s important to understand the difference between the types of medicine balls available. Traditional medicine balls (MB) […]

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Are Home Diagnostic Kits Reliable As A Substitute For Professional Medical Opinions?

Let’s face it. A trip to the drugstore is a whole lot easier than a costly and time-consuming trip to the doctor’s office. No time wasted waiting for the physician; no embarrassing questions to answer; and no sticker shock when the bill comes. Just head for the section of your pharmacy with all of the […]

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4 Differences Between Psychologists And Psychiatrists

There tends to be a big difference between a psychologist and a psychiatrist even though most people don’t know it. It is like differentiating a cop and an FBI executive. You can mistake both people from doing the same thing since there are a lot of similarities like both professionals treat people with the same […]

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Prostate Health Tips For Father's Day From Dr. David Samadi Of Mount Sinai School Of Medicine

Newswise (New York, NY June 14, 2012) David Samadi[1], MD, Vice-Chair of Urology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine[2], knows that many men put off caring for their health, even when they have a family. But just a loving nudge from his family can help keep Dad on track for long-term prostate health, prostate cancer […]

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