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Hello, my name is Robert Young. Welcome. I am here to talk to you about medical procedures used to correct sinus problems. When I moved to a new area, I discovered that I was allergic to the plants in that location. I tried to remedy the situation using local honey, allergy medications and other tactics that just did not work. Once the sinus symptoms started occurring, I went to a specialist to receive care and find a solution. My specialist performed a simple corrective procedure to help improve sinus drainage and reduce the severity of my allergies. On this site, I will help everyone better understand procedures used to correct sinus problems. Thank you for visiting.

How To Prevent Swimmer’s Shoulder

16 September 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you have recently started swimming competitively, or for pleasure, you should be aware of swimmer's shoulder. Swimmer's shoulder occurs from the repetitive overhead arm motions in swimming. The overhead motions contract the hollow space between the shoulder blade and humerus, called the subcromial space. Swimming uses mostly upper body motions, which puts the shoulder at risk. Avoid swimmers shoulder with the following tips. Reduce the Use of Paddles Paddles put more strain on your shoulders. Read More …

Three Things Runners Need To Know About Corked Thighs

30 August 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Running exposes you to many injuries, including corked thighs. Corked thighs, also called quadriceps hematomas, are painful injuries characterized by bleeding within your thigh muscles. Here are three things runners need to know about corked thighs. How do corked thighs occur? When you run, your quadriceps—the muscles in the fronts of your thighs—are active. If you change directions suddenly while you're running, like to avoid a rabbit hole or other obstacle on a grassy field, you could strain your quadriceps. Read More …

Dealing With Chemo-Related Nausea And Vomiting When You Have Lung Cancer

16 August 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

It probably won't surprise you if your oncologist suggests treating your lung cancer with chemotherapy. After all, it's a popular form of lung cancer treatment, and it can be used to treat patients with small cell and non small cell lung cancer. Unfortunately, nausea and vomiting are common side effects of many drugs used during chemotherapy treatments, and some patients find coping with these side effects difficult. While your oncologist can prescribe an anti-nausea medication as a preventative measure, there are also numerous things you can do at home to make it easier to deal with any chemo-related vomiting and nausea that you experience. Read More …

An Overlooked Bit Of Hand Safety: Take Your Rings Off Regularly

6 August 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you wear rings regularly, especially for months or years at a time, like wedding rings, you need to start removing the rings frequently. You don't have to stop wearing them, but you should take them off and put them back on so that you can see if there are any issues with your fingers that would prevent you from removing the ring later on. Your fingers can swell for whatever reason, and if you don't keep checking to see if you can get the ring off, you could find one day that you can't remove the ring when you really need to. Read More …

Procedures Taken By A Physician To Remove A Mole

31 July 2016
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

A mole (also known as a nevus) is a benign (non-cancerous) pigmented tumor. Moles grow in different sizes, shapes, and colors such as brown, black, purple, and clear. Most moles appear quickly on your skin, are totally benign, and never grow larger. However, some moles have been known to develop into a skin cancer called melanoma. If you notice a new mole has erupted on your skin, it is recommended that you have it examined and removed by your doctor to make sure that it is benign. Read More …

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Learning About Corrective Procedures for Sinus Problems

Hello, my name is Robert Young. Welcome. I am here to talk to you about medical procedures used to correct sinus problems. When I moved to a new area, I discovered that I was allergic to the plants in that location. I tried to remedy the situation using local honey, allergy medications and other tactics that just did not work. Once the sinus symptoms started occurring, I went to a specialist to receive care and find a solution. My specialist performed a simple corrective procedure to help improve sinus drainage and reduce the severity of my allergies. On this site, I will help everyone better understand procedures used to correct sinus problems. Thank you for visiting.

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