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Diet and exercise: Make half your meal vegetables and fruits. Go for variety. And keep in mind that potatoes and french fries dont count. choose whole grains & limit refined grains. pick the healthiest sources of protein. Drink lots of water. Stay active. check out http://www. Sparkpeople. Com or http://www. Myfitnesspal. Com. They offers nutrition, health, and fitness tools, support, and resources that are 100% free. ...Read more
9 mnths: Developmentally infants recognize and respond to their name by 9 months. Babies continue to amaze me with their ability to learn. Best advice is for you to observe and notice when your child seems to consistently respond to his/her name. They recognize voices from in utero and can distinguish mom from dad....So maybe by 6 months you may notice your child recognizes his/her name. ...Read more
Like What?: Your question is incomplete. Consider clarifying and re-asking. Take care. ...Read more
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In general, how can persons respond differently to the same medication? Despite all having the same body and systems?
GENETICS: One's geneticmakeup determines the way/speed/etc medications are metabolized. Same with baseball: the same baseball might be caught or missed by a dufferent person. Pwoplw are generally similar, but niot the same. ...Read more
I am a 30 year old male, all my life my pecks change shape a lot! From pecks to "purky"? What could cause this? Very imbarassin! Please respond thank
I assume that you mean that your breast are changing (yes, men have breasts too). That area can change with the rest of your body, because of fat. But if you have a fullness in the glandular tissue, or if the nipples have changed, you may need an evaluation. Things that can affect male breasts include:
hormones (anabolic steroids, for one)
other tumors (lung, brain). ...Read more
I zone out for 20 secs at times. I know it's happening but can't snap out. I can't respond and have little memory afterward. Can't see neuro til April?
I asked a question about greek yogurt and got an answer and then I made a comment. Please respond to my comment.....L please respond to my comment thanks
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the calories will differ depending on which yogurt you buy. For instant non-fat plain chobania yogurt has less calories than chobani low fat plain yogurt. I was just looking up some stats on chobani greek yogurt, so that you can compare them.
Chobani non-fat plain yogurt: 100 calories in 170 gram serving with 7 grams of sugar 0, grams of fat and 18 grams of protein. Calorie breakdown: 0% fat, 28% carbs, 72% protein.
Chobani lowfat black cherry greek yogurt: 140 calories, 22 grams of carbs, 14 grams of protein and 0 grams of fat. Calorie breakdown: 0% fat, 61% carbs, 39% protein.
Chobani low fat plain greek yogurt: 160 calories, 5 grams of fat, 9 grams of carbohydrate and 22 grams of protein. Calorie breakdown: 27% fat, 21% carbs, 52% protein.
Fatsecret. Com is a site that shows the nutritional facts labels for different food products. Look under food data base and calorie counter. What is more important that the actual number of calories for a gylcemic index is the ratio of fats, to carbs, to protein.
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The cause was worse:
Hopefully now that the offending limb is gone a body's response is first of focused healing, rather than fighting the greater insult/threat of infection/gangrene/ischemia it was dealing with before the amputation.
Phantom pain seems to be associated with the duration of the pain prior to amputation. Physical therapy is critical to avoiding bad habits caused by limb loss. Pursue rehab. ...Read more
Poorer results: Chemo is used in an adjuvant and neoadjuvant situation, the latter to enhance treatment prior to resection. In either case failure to respond to chemo means the tumor will become more aggressive and shorten survival. At present other therapies including immunotherapy can make up for the chemo failure using newer drugs like the checkpoint inhibitors. ...Read more
It affects everyone:
Parents should be proactive. We have sen so many tragic examples of what happens when we are not involved as a community. You should contact the principal and have an active intervention.
This may help
http://www. Stopbullying. Gov/topics/get_help/index. Html. ...Read more
Yes: This is a work in progress. Some genes (present or absent) determine the efficiency or even presence of enzymes which can chew up toxins in your body. There are certainly many to be discovered that will help in this as well as determine the effectiveness of drugs. This whole area is termed pharmacogenetics. ...Read more
? More sensual: Number of sexual stimuli and intensity of response varies from person to person. Some women are naturally warm and cuddly whereas others may be frigid and not respond at all. Each has their genetic, physical or mental make-up. Take it or leave it. ...Read more
See eye doctor: It could be several reasons. Could be that the pupil has been exposed to a chemical that keeps it big or keeps it small. This chemical could be a medicine you are taking or a chemical in a cleaning product, insect killer, or lawn and garden chemical. Could be that pupil stuck with inflammation. Could be a neurological issues. Need to see eye doctor to evaluate the source. ...Read more
Tumor progress: Chemotherapy used in many different ways. It can be used with RT to minimize recurrence after surgery and improve the procedure in a neoadjuvant setting, used post op in an adjuvant setting to reduce recurrence and as a therapeutic in metastatic Ca. While prolonging survival in mets, it has resulted in no cures. Failure to respond to chemo leads to progression and a terminal event. ...Read more
Depends: The answer depends on the type of cancer you have. Cancer cells are different in each body location. There are different chemo medications as well. If you do not respond, then another chemotherapy agent might be an option. Surgery and/or radiation may be indicated as well. Speak with your oncologist about options. Don't be afraid to get a 2nd opinion by another oncologist. ...Read more
You're brain is constantly adapting to stimuli; creating new memories and working for your best interest. Stress is a normal part of life, in fact stressful events create an anti-stress hormonal response which changes how all in your body works including your brain.
Sleep is your friend in that. People that don't sleep, don't have healthy minds, and can't cope with stress, little or unexpected. ...Read more
Some cancers: Most commonly terminal cancer patients might have pain. However with intensive pain control (such as that can be provided by a palliative medicine team), most can be well controlled. ...Read more
See below: This is a personal decision. You should tell your family that you appreciate their input, but it is your and your partners decision. ...Read more
Yes, no, possibly: Each medication has a unique molecular structure, designed to interact with specific tissues of the body in very stereotyped ways. It must nonetheless be noted that every person's unique makeup may cause them to respond in a variety of ways to different meds. TYPICALLY, there is a SMALL range of responses that MOST people exhibit, but it is possible to observe wild variation between two children. ...Read more
Helping my daughter is it helpful to ask her each day if she purged? If she says yes, how to respond?
Purging: Eating disorders are serious illnesses in youngsters and require therapy. Consult mental health professionals for workup and tx. ...Read more
Need some advice about a seroma but can't send full details on here so can you respond through email?
R/o wound infection: 18 year old gentleman with fluid collection/wound. Please visit your MD asap. You may have a significant fluid collection under that wound, and it needs to be insp aspirated or drained. If you develop a fluid/gas collection, get it seen. Fluid collections can harbor or develop significant infections. Warmth, redness, pain, swelling are symptoms of infection. Symptomatic seroma needs exam/aspiration ...Read more
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