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26 03, 2020

Beware of Misinformation During this Era of COVID-19

2022-02-08T23:57:54+00:00

Never before have we had access to the amount of medical information that we do today. This is terrific in many ways, as we are probably the most savvy generations of medical consumers that ever lived. But there is far too much misinformation that also gets spread around. Right [...]

Beware of Misinformation During this Era of COVID-192022-02-08T23:57:54+00:00
27 02, 2020

Frozen Shoulder: Timing Matters

2022-02-08T23:57:54+00:00

In Japan they call it 50 year old shoulder, an inexplicable pain that grows in the shoulder, making it harder and harder to move. It is most common in people over 45 and the stiffness that results is so severe, in America we call the ailment frozen shoulder. As [...]

Frozen Shoulder: Timing Matters2022-02-08T23:57:54+00:00
12 09, 2019

I Feel Better When I’m With my Dog. Does That Qualify Her as a Service Animal?

2022-02-08T23:57:56+00:00

Last month (Aug, 2019) the U.S. Department of Transportation officially added miniature horses to their list of service animals permitted on flights. “The Enforcement Office intends to use available resources to ensure that dogs, cats, and miniature horses are accepted for transport,” they said. We’ve come a long way [...]

I Feel Better When I’m With my Dog. Does That Qualify Her as a Service Animal?2022-02-08T23:57:56+00:00
13 06, 2019

Don’t Forget to Mention Your Supplements to Your Doctor

2022-02-08T23:58:16+00:00

In 1886 Atlanta pharmacist, John S. Pemberton began selling a cocaine- and caffeine-infused elixir to treat ailments such as headaches, dyspepsia, and nervous conditions. He called this tasty and effervescent tonic, Coca-Cola. It was a big hit then, and it still is today, minus the cocaine and health claims. [...]

Don’t Forget to Mention Your Supplements to Your Doctor2022-02-08T23:58:16+00:00
25 04, 2019

Emergency Care, Urgent Care, Primary Care: Why Should You Care?

2022-02-08T23:58:16+00:00

In medicine, there is a tendency to use complicated, two-dollar words when simple words would seem to do the trick. Hyperglycemia for high blood sugar? Enuresis for bed-wetting? Myocardial infarction for heart attack? And sometimes it seems like new names for old things are being invented every day. In [...]

Emergency Care, Urgent Care, Primary Care: Why Should You Care?2022-02-08T23:58:16+00:00
13 12, 2018

What is Dandruff and Should I see a Doctor About it?

2022-02-08T23:58:17+00:00

Standing in the shampoo aisle staring at the many many brands of dandruff shampoo should make you realize one thing: you are not alone in your struggle with dandruff. Some estimates have it affecting half of all adults. You might ask then, If it affects so many people, can [...]

What is Dandruff and Should I see a Doctor About it?2022-02-08T23:58:17+00:00
29 11, 2018

Why You Should Care About Antibiotic Resistance

2022-02-08T23:58:17+00:00

Cold and flu season is upon us here in Greenville. In the coming months, many of your neighbors,  and possibly you, will be seeking medical care for symptoms such as a sore throat, congestion, and cough in the coming months. Frequently, that care will include the prescription of an [...]

Why You Should Care About Antibiotic Resistance2022-02-08T23:58:17+00:00
11 10, 2018

October is National Physical Therapy Month!

2022-02-08T23:58:18+00:00

Though it's probably not exactly true that the Egyptians have 50 words for sand and the Inuit have 100 words for snow, people do usually have a bunch of words for the things that matter to them. Think now how many words you know to describe pain: throbbing, stabbing, [...]

October is National Physical Therapy Month!2022-02-08T23:58:18+00:00
12 07, 2018

Are You Taking Too Many NSAIDs?

2022-02-08T23:58:44+00:00

Chances are you have taken an NSAID (\'en-ˌsed \ ), even if you don’t know what that acronym means. NSAIDs, short for non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, are one of the most commonly prescribed medications for pain and inflammation. NSAIDs are available by prescription and over the counter (OTC), and nearly 96 [...]

Are You Taking Too Many NSAIDs?2022-02-08T23:58:44+00:00
22 06, 2017

What a Simple News Item Can Teach Women and Men About Medical Research

2022-02-08T23:59:11+00:00

More than one in every ten women in the U.S. will develop breast cancer in her lifetime. This means that millions of women, and those who love them, are on the lookout for a reliable way to prevent the disease. In a perfect world, news organizations would always present [...]

What a Simple News Item Can Teach Women and Men About Medical Research2022-02-08T23:59:11+00:00
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