Harvey Willis

Your Child And Possible ADHD

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Your child’s pediatrician is the best place for you to start when you are concerned about most things with regards to your child. Whether you are concerned of their teeth, their feet, or even their behaviors, starting with a consult from their pediatrician is the best way for you to go. If the pediatrician also has the same concerns as you do, then they will be able to recommend you to the right specialist, dentist, or even behaviorist that they feel your child should see.…

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Easing Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms

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Opioid pain medications include hydrocodone and oxycodone. Many patients become dependent on them, even after short-term use. When you stop taking opioid medications after becoming dependent upon them, you may experience severe withdrawal symptoms. A drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility can help you gradually detoxify from opiates so that your withdrawal symptoms are kept to a minimum; however, if you plan to detoxify at home, you’ll need to know how to ease your withdrawal symptoms.…

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Suffering From Low Testosterone Levels? 4 Steps To Boost Production

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If you’ve been diagnosed with low testosterone levels, it’s time to take action. Testosterone is a hormone that’s found in both male and female bodies. This hormone affects puberty, fertility, and sexual desire. Low testosterone levels can cause a diminished sex drive, as well as other hormone-related problems. Luckily, there are steps you can take to help increase your testosterone levels. Here are four steps you need to take to boost your testosterone levels.…

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Pediatric Physiotherapists Can Help Your Child with Their Primitive Reflexes

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As a child ages and goes through development cycles, they’ll typically hit a series of milestones that help parents and doctors track their growth. One of the most important of these is the development of a child’s primitive reflexes. However, various issues may cause a slow development with these reflexes and could trigger complications with a child’s progress, but a pediatric physiotherapist can help to overcome these issues in a myriad of ways.…

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Preventing And Managing Post-Menopausal Osteoporosis

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The cessation of your child-bearing years is correlated with a significant risk in developing osteoporosis. Addressing these concerns as soon as possible may prevent fractures and physical disability. Know Your Personal Risk You should discuss your personal risk of developing osteoporosis with your doctor. The risk tends to be higher among women of European and Asian backgrounds. Additionally, other health conditions can affect your risk. For example, many autoimmune diseases disproportionately affect women, and many of these women may have received steroids throughout their disease to reduce inflammation.…

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Your Best Treatment Options for Erectile Dysfunction

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Erectile dysfunction (ED) affects millions of men each year. However, it’s less socially acceptable (or desirable) to discuss ED treatment options as compared with other medical conditions like diabetes, high blood pressure, or arthritis. Because of this, many who silently suffer from ED may feel their treatment options are limited to oral medication (that may be contraindicated based on their medical history) or manual devices like a “penis pump.” However, there are now a plethora of ED treatment options on the market, many of which have been developed fairly recently.…

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When Your Child Is Sick: How A Walk In Medical Clinic Can Help

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There are going to be times when your child is sick or injured, but doesn’t really need to sit in the emergency room for hours. If you suspect an ear infection, or your child might have a sprained ankle, it can be easier to go to an urgent care clinic. While you can also try your child’s pediatrician, it may be after hours. When you aren’t sure what the right type of care is, a walk in clinic can assess the situation and send you on to an emergency room if they believe your child needs additional services.…

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Tired Of Excessive Underarm Sweat? Botox Treatment May Be The Long-Lasting Option That You're Looking For. Here's How It Works

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Do your underarms sweat constantly throughout the day for no apparent reason? Does no antiperspirant on the market seem to work for you? Excessive underarm sweat is a major annoyance that can act as a source of constant embarrassment, forcing you to keep your arms always held close to your chest in order to avoid revealing the sweat stains on your shirt. It can even prevent you from ever feeling comfortable in social situations or at work.…

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Hammertoe: What Causes It, How To Prevent It, And Why Early Treatment Is Important

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Hammertoe refers to a condition where one or more toes are permanently bent at their first joint — this causes them to form the shape of a sharp arch. It’s caused when the muscle in the toe weakens and can no longer keep the toe flat by resisting the pull of the connecting ligament. It can affect people of any age and is more common in women than men. While usually not painful on its own, hammertoe can cause the toe to chafe against the top of your shoes, leading to the formation of painful, irritating corns.…

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Stock These Health-Focused Items If Your Convenience Store Is Near A Sporting Venue

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When you run a convenience store, you face the challenging task of not only keeping your shelves full but also stocking the items that those who enter your location may look for. If you’re located near a sporting venue, there are many different things that you’ll want to stock for fans. For example, if tailgating is a big deal in the community, having drinks, snacks, and ice in your store will keep you busy.…

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