upper back pain is a huge problem experienced by people who work at desks a lot or people who drive a lot it’s really important to get on top of it because left uncontrolled upper back pain will rise up and develop into neck pain and headaches what I’ve got… Continue Reading 3 Magic Exercises For Upper Back Pain

Welcome to this video tutorial on preoperative nursing. You may have heard the term “perioperative nursing” this encompasses the preoperative, intraoperative, and postoperative phases of the patient’s surgical experience. This video will focus on the preoperative phase we will look at getting a history & physical, patient education, pre-op checklist,… Continue Reading NCLEX: Preoperative Nursing (2019)

Simple moments like these are something Dr. Frank Plummer says he’ll never take for granted. For over the past decade he has fought alcohol use disorder. Similar to some Canadians, he was high-functioning. It started when he was pioneering research in Kenya around the height of the HIV/AIDS crisis. So… Continue Reading A possible new treatment for alcohol use disorder

Chest infections are very common especially during autumn and winter. Although most are mild some chest infections can be life-threatening. The main symptoms that could indicate a chest infection are a persistent cough, coughing up yellow or green phlegm or mucus, wheezing or shortness of breath, chest pain or tightness,… Continue Reading 6 chest infection treatments (natural home remedies)

What could be the downside? Oh, there are a ton. For starters, how ’bout the fact that this place rips off folks like you every day. Whatever. I know the hospital is expensive, but it is worth it if I get the best treatment. No, it isn’t. American health care… Continue Reading Adam Ruins Everything – The Real Reason Hospitals Are So Expensive | truTV

As the anesthesia from your surgery wears off, you may feel pain around your abdominal area or stomach where your stitches are. This pain is usually mild and most patients feel better after taking Tylenol Extra Strength. If pain persists, let your nurse know that stronger pain medication may be… Continue Reading Managing Pain

typically back pain will improve with conservative care within a month however the symptoms to be concerned about that often require surgical evaluation or when there is more than pain when neck or back pain becomes tingling numbness or weakness and the arms or legs difficulty with walking or function… Continue Reading How do I know when my back pain is serious? With Seth Hayes, MD – Ochsner Doctor’s Note

I do advise my students to be broad and open-minded in their thinking when it comes to careers. I mean basically what you want is somebody to have a great career and to be happy; and so my advice to students is to don’t do what’s going to make you… Continue Reading Career advice from the “Edison of medicine” | MIT’s Robert Langer

– Growing children needs lots of iron in order to make the blood cells to supply the bloodstream with enough iron to take it out to the tissues and help everything grow. A common problem and almost like an epidemic is, we call it milkoholism. Toddlers and young children, they’re… Continue Reading Best treatment for iron deficiency anemia in children