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Questions to Ask When Interviewing a Midwife

27th January 2012
Your midwife will be an integral part of your birth experience. You should not only feel confident in your midwife's experience and qualifications; you should also feel comfortable with her interpersonal style, bedside manner, and general personality. So... Read >
Author: Emily Phillips

Gender Predictor of Baby: Myths or Science?

12th April 2011
There's a lot of people who would like to pick the gender of their newborn.Maybe they currently have 1 or more children of the same sex, and want to make sure they get a baby of the opposite gender. Other folks might be intending to have one child and rea... Read >
Author: Royal Lindsay

This Year 47490 Shakes Up your Cholecystostomy Coding

18th March 2011
This year, 47490 joined the ranks of "complete" interventional codes. This means the encounter requires just one code to represent the procedure and related cardiology services. Here's some important information on why CPT created this code and how you ar... Read >
Author: Erin Lang Masercola

How to have a boy. You need to read this.

07th March 2011
How to Have a Boy Looking to pick the sex of your newborn, boy or girl, is a very old practice. Old practices ended up centered about the woman, mainly because it had not been understood the fact that the determination actually lay with the male. Even ... Read >
Author: bryadyxdgo

Pain From Nerve Injuries in Dancers

17th February 2011
Copyright (c) 2011 Foot & Ankle Alliance Dancers, by profession, are required to perform in ways that place stress and pressure against nerves. They can stretch out and do exercises for dance injury prevention, but dance injury statistics show that the... Read >
Author: Dr.Khosroabady

Cataract Surgery: A Step By Step Explanation Cataract Removal

29th June 2010
What is a cataract? A cataract is a general clouding that develops in the midsections of the crystalline lenses of the eyeballs. Cataracts can vary is severity from quite mild to causing complete opaqueness. Light rays are obstructed from entering the ... Read >
Author: Dr. Brian Boxer Wachler

When You Need Ovarian Cyst Removal and the Type of Surgical Procedure to Remove Ovarian Cysts

20th April 2010
Most ovarian cysts are not life threatening and they usually disappear after several months. However, there are some cysts that continuously grow overtime and may require an ovarian cyst removal. In such cases, the cyst could result to different symptoms ... Read >
Author: Alicia McWilliams

Do All Women Have Spotting During Pregnancy?

15th April 2010
If you notice light spotting during your pregnancy, get to your doctor as soon as you can, even if the bleeding stops. More than likely this is just a normal sign of pregnancy, however it could be something more serious. Different women may need differ... Read >
Author: Julie Marie

Pulsatile Tinnitus Treatment - The Best Ways to Get Rid of the Clicking Sounds in Your Ears

08th April 2010
The pulsatile type of tinnitus is one where the sufferer tends to hear a rhythmic clicking sound inside his ear. It is called pulsatile in as much as the rhythm seems to occur at the same tempo as that of one's own heartbeat. It can be anywhere from a ... Read >
Author: Alvin Hopkinson

How to Lose Butt Fat

11th February 2010
As we grow in age, so does our butt size. Why does it happen?  Lack of time to develop a good workout routine to lose butt fat? Could be.  Eating too much fatty foods, or too much food, period?  Most likely.  Or maybe it's just genetics?Perhaps it may... Read >
Author: Andrew Hunter

Does a Gallbladder Cleanse Really Work?

09th February 2010
What does choleterol have to do with a Gallbladder Cleanse? Very plainly, a gall bladder attack is almost always due to just one aspect: cholesterol. Our bodies generate all of the cholesterol you may ever might need. You don't need to have this through t... Read >
Author: Larry Wagner

Septated Ovarian Cyst: Understanding and Treating This Form of Complex Ovarian Cyst

06th January 2010
Have you recently been diagnosed with a septated ovarian cyst? Are you worried, or wondering what your diagnosis means? Understand that ovarian cysts are not uncommon in women of child bearing age but there are many different types of cysts and it can be ... Read >
Author: Karen Marie Kalata

My Life Saving Gallbladder Diet

21st December 2009
One morning I awakened and I had a large amount of agony. It was terribly sharpened and got me actually scared. I went to the physician and he did an ultrasound and found I had some gall stones and sludge that had accumulated in my gallbladder. His sugges... Read >
Author: Bruce Massey

The Basic Facts on Physiotherapy

22nd September 2009
If you have a musculo-skeletal problem or injury, you might be given a referral to a physiotherapy clinic. If you have gone to one before, you know what to expect. If you are new to this service, you might ask, what is physiotherapy? Physiotherapy is ... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson

Occupational Injuries and Physiotherapy

22nd September 2009
There is less occupational injury going on in the last few years than before. This is partly because of the influence of physiotherapy on the workplace. Physiotherapy principles are being used to design better work places and work habits. They are also im... Read >
Author: Carey Hudson
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