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Walter Reed Army: Medical Center and the National Naval Medical Center combined and are now at Bethesda, MD. There have been many, many changes. ...Read more
Where do predominantly meat eating cultures get sufficient amounts of glutamate from? - Thank You, Walter
You failed the quiz: Glutamic acid (glu) is not an essential amino acid. Humans can synthesize all the glu they need from simpler molecules. Some AAs are essential, some are conditionally essential, and the rest are not. You can easily find a list by doing a web search. ...Read more
I was sad to hear of the passing of Dr Walter Weitzner. How are you feeling? He was a very special man who will be missed.
Walter Weitzner: It is always sad times when when we loose special people, I did not know him, but you have my deepest sympathies ...Read more
My daughter was a patient of Dr. Walter Yates from 1990 until 2000. My daughter needs to get a copy of her medical records to prove that she has had c?
?????????????: Wrong venue. We cannot get you your records. You need to write or call the medical board in the state he practiced and see where records may be found. Since she is obviously over 21, and not been seen in 16 yrs, the records may have been destroyed, as they would in my state.Sometimes the schools where she attended would listed certain issues like vaccines on their records . ...Read more
My husband had watery like a lot or Walter Ejaculation this morning it's been 3 week sense we had intercourse bc he had a bad case of jock itch.
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52f-have 2 small painless tubular bumps in mouth @ bottom jaw. Dental appt in 3 weeks. Gargling w/warm salt walter daily. Welcome input while waiting.
You're doing: The correct palliative treatment. If the lesions should start to grow in size or become painful then please call your dentist and be seen immediately. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Illness vs season: Contrary to popular belief, sickness/illness aren't caused by season per se but by germs. In other words, winter season isn't why someone gets a cold. Colds are caused by viruses which you can pick up year round. But perhaps certain viruses can survive better in colder climates which explains influenza season every winter (http://www.popsci.com/science/article/2013-01/fyi-why-winter-flu-season). ...Read more
Musculoskeletal : My immediate thought would be that doing a waltz could lead to musculoskeletal injuries if you fall. I guess you could twist your ankle, too; the chance of this would increase or decrease depending on footwear choice. ...Read more
Overweight: Though without your height I can accurately determine your BMI. If your BMI is higher than 25, losing weight will reduce your risk of developing type 11 DM and metabolic syndrome. Safe way to loss weight is to reduce total calorie consumption, Exercise and avoid sugary drinks processed foods and fried food. Sleep and stress reduction ...Read more
Totally depends: What is the condition, what branch of the military are you in/trying to get in, and what is your MOS? I'm a prior MEPS CMO and MEB doc. If you would like to discuss further look me up on LinkedIn. This is what I do. ...Read more
Wagner's Disease: Wagner's disease is a familial disease of connective tissue in the eye that can cause reduced visual acuity. Wagner's disease was originally described in 1938. This disorder was frequently confused with stickler syndrome, but lacks the systemic features and high incidence of retinal detachments. See an ophthalmologist. This usually requires retinal surgery. ...Read more
Superficial capillar: You are seeing the superficial capillaries reacting to the cold by filling with blood to warm the skin . This in normal and depends on the type and thickness of your skin ...Read more
Possible MOS reclass: Are you asking about a waiver to get in, or to stay in? Regs to get in are of course more stringent than regs to stay in. After you've gone through Basic, AIT, and spent time serving, the military will rightly try to keep you, since you have valuable training & experience. It all boils down to safety. You've got to pass the PFT & perform basic soldiering duties in an austere environment to stay in ...Read more
That depends on: which medical condition needs to be waivered. http://www.military.com/join-armed-forces/disqualifiers-medical-conditions.html ...Read more
Snow shovel: Buy a snow shovel and have plenty of food at home. ...Read more
Depends: Most nuclear waste is well protected and you would have to cross barriers and ignore warnings to get into contact. If someone actually were to contact it, the problems would relate to the radioactivity of the waste, the time of exposure, the type of isotope in the waste and the part of the body exposed. In the worse case, the blood marrow will be destroyed and the victim die of anemia. ...Read more
Try this: Grab a pen, write anything: a shopping list, a to-do list. Then write for a few minutes about the list. "john went to the store for milk and eggs." make up a character. "he ran in to his old girlfriend." add details and write for ten to fifteen minutes. Stop. Go to your writing project. Write an outline (doesn't have to be perfect). Start writing. ...Read more
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