How to Get Rid of a Headache on the Weekends
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How to Get Rid of a Headache on the Weekends

How to Get Rid of a Headache on the Weekends? Vacuum headaches are extremely undesirable but also quite common. Usually they start as early as morning hours like dull pain and may become a pulsating migraine until the evening. It may be a consequence of some of your social habits. In order to enjoy the […]

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Diabetes Medications: What To Know
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Diabetes Medications: What To Know

There are two very common misconceptions about type 2 diabetes. The first is that if you have to start taking medication to treat your diabetes, you’ve somehow failed. The second is that if you have to increase the amount or number of medications you’re taking, your diabetes is somehow getting “worse”. Today we’re going to […]

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Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 | Nurse Stefan
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Diabetes Mellitus Type 2 | Nurse Stefan

It’s Easter time everyone a time for dyeing eggs eating jellybeans and what better way to celebrate than a good Old-fashioned Easter egg hunt. All right. Let’s see what I scored alcohol swab Yeah, Lancet, I the golden egg one cc syringe. I think I know where this is going. All right, the biggest egg […]

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Heart Attack Symptoms for Women versus Men
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Heart Attack Symptoms for Women versus Men

Hi. I’m Dr. Adrian Preston and I’m a cardiologist at Cardiovascular Specialists of Central Maryland. I specialize in non-invasive cardiology, women’s heart health, and nuclear cardiology. There are differences sometimes in symptoms of heart attacks or angina for women than men and unfortunately, we do miss a lot of symptoms in women because of it. […]

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Pregnancy and Diabetes
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Pregnancy and Diabetes

Pregnancy and Diabetes Planning a holiday? a wedding? How about …pregnancy? Even if you aren’t trying, it’s important to plan ahead with diabetes, and talk to a health care professional. Step One: Always Plan Ahead For women with diabetes who do not plan for pregnancy the risk of serious complications is about 1 in 10. […]

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