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17 years old, high school student, indian origin and resident of india. Suffering from psoriasis. Need help?
See a dermatologist: Psoriasis on the palms can be one of the most difficult types to manage. There are also several conditions that mimic palmar psoriasis, including fungal infections and hand eczema. Please see your dermatologist for proper diagnosis and management. Prescriptions ranging from topical steroids to systemic medications are available. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Where are pg courses in diabetology available for doctors to train in diabetes mellitus management?
Annual meetings: Annual meetings of national groups such as the american diabetes association, the endocrine society, and the american association of clinical endocrinologists provide many seminars for reviewing current practice and learning about new treatments in the pipeline. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Trying to link-up with fittvs namiste yoga website - the omni vision productions (of canada) website. Help?
Try this: I think your problem was misspelling "namaste." i think this is the site you are looking for: http://www.Namaste.Tv/. ...Read more
Lawyers have the Martindale-Hubell directory; MDs have Castle Connolly for ratings. Dentists have nothing? Please provide me a resource?
Try This: Try this: https://www.zocdoc.com/ Enter Dentist and zip code and go to town... ...Read more
Am type1diabetic, hv tried to find app that shows diff. Restaurants w/nutrition info since count carbs (religiously!); help w/ spec.App=restaur.=crbs?
No: That is completely incorrect. Med students see patients but may not write any orders or do any procedures without direct supervision of a doctor. Residents are physicians - they have an md or do degree & a limited license. They do treat patients but again are under the supervision & ultimate authority of a doctor that has completed training. Your question is offensive & arrogant. ...Read more
Dr. Donald f yorkie d.O. Westbrook maine a prescribing Suboxone treatment doctor use the prescription monitoring program?
Yes, he's listed: Yes, i did see that name on the samhsa list of suboxone (buprenorphine) doctors in maine: http://tinyurl.Com/kku959b they are not listed in any particular order, but his name is near the bottom. That same page also shows treatment programs which offer suboxone treatment. ...Read more
Can I be qualify for medical, im 26 fulltime community college student. No job r income. I live w/ & get help from my low income parents. Live in cali?
Eligibility : There are many people who qualify for medical, but have no idea how to apply. I suggest starting with contacting a federally qualified health center (it'll take some google work to find one in your area). These health centers have financial counselors and other staff to determine your exact eligibility for medical and help you get registered and set up with a primary care doc. Good luck! ...Read more
Many bad symptoms all across the health spectrum, both mental and physical, no doctors in town can help. Recommend best all-in-one hospital in usa.
US News rankings: Us news and world report publishes a rank hospitals. ...Read more
Dx NALFD (biopsy) 2009:LFTs vv high(GGT 1000+!)On Ursodeoxycholic Acid since,last GGT c200, ALP 150. Docs now call this 'normal',disch '14. Is thIs OK?
Don't know: The correct term is intellectually impaired or disabled. ...Read more
Varies greatly: This is not a simple answer. This depends on the staffing structure of the hospital, the degree of sickness of the patients, and the size of the hospital. There is often at least one doctor "on call" 24 hours a day in a pediatric icu; however, that doctor may not necessarily be physically in the building at all times. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Medical records: Call for a release of information form, fill it out, fax it back. ...Read more
Need script for Santyl. Any non trans phobic doctors in Phoenix AZ that can get lotion? Phoenix burn center is haters
See dermatologist: I recommend you see a dermatologist for your skin complaint and prescription questions. ...Read more