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MedicineNet.com - Head Lice Prevention

There are number of ways in which a child can contract head lice most commonly perhaps contact with an already infested person. Personal contact can be very common during childrens's activities such as school, playing sports activities.

3 MIN2007 SEP 21
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MedicineNet.com - Head Lice Prevention

MedicineNet.com - Diabetes and Exercise

Diabetics need to check their blood sugar before and after exercising. Diabetics who do not check their blood sugar run the risk of hypoglycemia as well as other complications.

3 MIN2007 SEP 18
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MedicineNet.com - Diabetes and Exercise

MedicineNet.com - ADHD and Alcoholism

If it is undiagnosed and untreated, ADHD can be associated with sometimes significant academic and social problems. The teen can try and self-medicate with alcohol. Parents and educators can work together to monitor the symptoms.

3 MIN2007 JUL 16
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MedicineNet.com - ADHD and Alcoholism

MedicineNet.com - Exercises for Graceful Aging

The most important thing is that we remain active as we get older, with aerobic exercise, and also exercises like Tai Chi and yoga, things that improve balance. We want to be physically active in our daily life, and remain active in our heads so we don't feel dependent on other people.

3 MIN2007 JUL 13
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MedicineNet.com - Exercises for Graceful Aging

MedicineNet.com - Avoiding Vacation Weight Gain

Vacations should be an opportunity to re-energize, refresh, and relax -- not an excuse to take a break from health. When planning your vacation, opt for locations that will allow you to engage in physical activities you enjoy. Keep in mind that physical activity is the ticket to enjoying extra calories without weight gain.

3 MIN2007 JUN 13
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MedicineNet.com - Avoiding Vacation Weight Gain

MedicineNet.com - The Role of Weightlifting in Weight Loss

Exercise is the best way to keep the weight off after you have lost weight. Most of the weight gain from weightlifting is from fluid in the muscle, and water is heavy.You want to gain muscle because when you lose weight, twenty five percent of your weight loss is from muscle. The fastest way to lose weight is to cut your calorie intake.

3 MIN2007 MAY 30
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MedicineNet.com - The Role of Weightlifting in Weight Loss

MedicineNet.com - The Prevalance of Autism Today

Autism spectrum disorders are the second most common serious developmental disability in the US, following mental retardation and intellectual impairment. CDC reports state that among 8-year-olds, 1 in 150 have autism spectrum disorder. That means 1.5 million Americans have autism spectrum disorder

3 MIN2007 APR 17
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MedicineNet.com - The Prevalance of Autism Today

MedicineNet.com - Kidney Stones Symptoms and Prevention

One in 20 people will develop a kidney stone throughout their life. Dehydration can result in decrease of urine volume, which can also lead to kidney stones. Those who have had kidney stones once are more likely to have them again. Drinking plenty of water is the best preventative measure against kidney stone formation.

3 MIN2007 JAN 29
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MedicineNet.com - Kidney Stones Symptoms and Prevention

MedicineNet.com - Prostate Cancer- The Importance of a PSA Test

An elevated PSA level in a patient with a history of cancer doesn't necessarily mean the cancer has recurred. There are no specific normal or abnormal PSA levels, but the higher the PSA level, the more likely cancer is present. When PSA levels continue to rise over time, other tests may be ordered.

3 MIN2007 JAN 3
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MedicineNet.com - Prostate Cancer- The Importance of a PSA Test

MedicineNet.com - Osteoporosis- Symptoms, Risk Factors and Prevention

Osteoporosis features loss of the normal density of bone and fragile bone. It can operate silently for decades, because osteoporosis doesn't cause symptoms unless bone fractures. In the U.S, more than 10 million people have osteoporosis and almost 34 million more have low bone density.

3 MIN2006 DEC 11
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MedicineNet.com - Osteoporosis- Symptoms, Risk Factors and Prevention

Latest Episodes

MedicineNet.com - Head Lice Prevention

There are number of ways in which a child can contract head lice most commonly perhaps contact with an already infested person. Personal contact can be very common during childrens's activities such as school, playing sports activities.

3 MIN2007 SEP 21
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MedicineNet.com - Head Lice Prevention

MedicineNet.com - Diabetes and Exercise

Diabetics need to check their blood sugar before and after exercising. Diabetics who do not check their blood sugar run the risk of hypoglycemia as well as other complications.

3 MIN2007 SEP 18
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MedicineNet.com - Diabetes and Exercise

MedicineNet.com - ADHD and Alcoholism

If it is undiagnosed and untreated, ADHD can be associated with sometimes significant academic and social problems. The teen can try and self-medicate with alcohol. Parents and educators can work together to monitor the symptoms.

3 MIN2007 JUL 16
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MedicineNet.com - ADHD and Alcoholism

MedicineNet.com - Exercises for Graceful Aging

The most important thing is that we remain active as we get older, with aerobic exercise, and also exercises like Tai Chi and yoga, things that improve balance. We want to be physically active in our daily life, and remain active in our heads so we don't feel dependent on other people.

3 MIN2007 JUL 13
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MedicineNet.com - Exercises for Graceful Aging

MedicineNet.com - Avoiding Vacation Weight Gain

Vacations should be an opportunity to re-energize, refresh, and relax -- not an excuse to take a break from health. When planning your vacation, opt for locations that will allow you to engage in physical activities you enjoy. Keep in mind that physical activity is the ticket to enjoying extra calories without weight gain.

3 MIN2007 JUN 13
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MedicineNet.com - Avoiding Vacation Weight Gain

MedicineNet.com - The Role of Weightlifting in Weight Loss

Exercise is the best way to keep the weight off after you have lost weight. Most of the weight gain from weightlifting is from fluid in the muscle, and water is heavy.You want to gain muscle because when you lose weight, twenty five percent of your weight loss is from muscle. The fastest way to lose weight is to cut your calorie intake.

3 MIN2007 MAY 30
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MedicineNet.com - The Role of Weightlifting in Weight Loss

MedicineNet.com - The Prevalance of Autism Today

Autism spectrum disorders are the second most common serious developmental disability in the US, following mental retardation and intellectual impairment. CDC reports state that among 8-year-olds, 1 in 150 have autism spectrum disorder. That means 1.5 million Americans have autism spectrum disorder

3 MIN2007 APR 17
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MedicineNet.com - The Prevalance of Autism Today

MedicineNet.com - Kidney Stones Symptoms and Prevention

One in 20 people will develop a kidney stone throughout their life. Dehydration can result in decrease of urine volume, which can also lead to kidney stones. Those who have had kidney stones once are more likely to have them again. Drinking plenty of water is the best preventative measure against kidney stone formation.

3 MIN2007 JAN 29
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MedicineNet.com - Kidney Stones Symptoms and Prevention

MedicineNet.com - Prostate Cancer- The Importance of a PSA Test

An elevated PSA level in a patient with a history of cancer doesn't necessarily mean the cancer has recurred. There are no specific normal or abnormal PSA levels, but the higher the PSA level, the more likely cancer is present. When PSA levels continue to rise over time, other tests may be ordered.

3 MIN2007 JAN 3
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MedicineNet.com - Prostate Cancer- The Importance of a PSA Test

MedicineNet.com - Osteoporosis- Symptoms, Risk Factors and Prevention

Osteoporosis features loss of the normal density of bone and fragile bone. It can operate silently for decades, because osteoporosis doesn't cause symptoms unless bone fractures. In the U.S, more than 10 million people have osteoporosis and almost 34 million more have low bone density.

3 MIN2006 DEC 11
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MedicineNet.com - Osteoporosis- Symptoms, Risk Factors and Prevention

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