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Hi, I am jay patel and I want to know about skin. Every time after normal to mild injury my skin not becomes as well before. Two much skin layers are?
Keloid?: You MAY be developing keloids. If so, your body is healing very well but producing an over-abundance of tissue in the process. This is more common in people w/brown or dark skin than w/pale skin. Please see your doctor. Consider using liquid Vitamin E oil on the scars. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Dr. Patel was suppose to order two prescriptions @ Walgreen's pharmacy... at noon today. To no avail.???
Prescription: Ask your pharmacist to spot you a few pills if it is your regular medication, or call your doctors service and remind them. ...Read more
See details: There are many sites on-line that have doctor ratings but these are usually done by patients. Ask your primary care doctor or google the doctor's name. ...Read more
Hello Umesh ji, I am from India. My father's age is 86 yrs and he is at 20% heart functioning. He feels congestion and breathing issue. Pls help.
See below: I believe you will find the following information very helpful. If you need additional information I suggest getting a "second opinion" consultation with a Cardiologist on Health Tap. Http://bit. Ly/1OOvfd2 and http://bit. Ly/1Mzibm1 ...Read more
Have hypermobility of joints. Can 1 part of joint b looser than another part on same bone. Ex. Can 1 part of patella be looser than another patel part?
As long as recommend: Removable appliances can be designed to do a multitude of functions. Only your dentist knows what it was designed to do, how many hours per day it should be worn, and for how long. Please discuss this with your treating dentist. Understand that no two patients have the same identical problems, nor do they require the same treatment. ...Read more
General lab: General health panel is a wide ranging blood "panel ' that covers many areas such as kidney, liver and mineral function This has been a general type of blood screening that will pick any number of illness that are manifest in the blood. ...Read more
Non -processed: What our cave bearing forebears ate - locally growing plants, fruits, nuts and occasionally some meat if it didn't kill us in the process of catching it. Today you'll need to go for organic pesticide free fruits and veggies and at best free range hormone and antibiotic free meats. Carbs are minimal except for fruits/veggies, minimal grains. Nothing processed from the center of the grocery store! ...Read more
No reasonable time: The issue of the use of high dose vitamin c has long been settled. It does not increase resistance to infection or any other known condition. And very few first world diets are c vitamin deficient. The sellers of high dose c products have been excellent and effective marketers of these products but clinical testing have shown them to be of no realistic value. ...Read more
Love Them: If you don't have any major medical problems, or you have been told by your doc that it's ok for you to start this kind of diet, I believe they work great. The medical community is starting to realize that our belief that carbs are an essential part of our diets is not entirely correct. I have personally lost 40 lbs on this type of diet, and feel great. Blood sugar and cholesterol have improved. ...Read more
Couple thoughts: While it is hard to eat grassfed, pastured, organic etc on the road we can an least attempt to eat "NSNG" (no sugar no grains) and will benefit immensely from this alone. Then I know Chipotle prides itself on using organic products and there are websites and apps out there devoted to finding paleo options on the road. Good luck! ...Read more
CBC: When you get a CBC (complete blood count), the white cells, red cells, platelets and many parameters of cell size, shape, and volume are reported. In addition, all of the many differant kinds of white cells are reported. In the old days, a human being peered into a microscope and counted them one at a time. Nowadays a machine does this automatically - hence an "auto diff". ...Read more
Yes, but why: You can cut the patch and the dosage, but only on the advice of your doctor. ...Read more
1 question per entry: Please submit clear & specific questions about bite plates. Clarify and re-ask. ...Read more
Not necessarily: Paracetamol can be given for pain and discomfort but routine use is discouraged as some theoretical concerns it may blunt the response to the vaccine. So isn't necessary but isn't the end of the world if a dose or 2 is given if uncomfortable/in pain. ...Read more
Visite: A su dentista. Él podrá decirté lo que son. ...Read more
Paleo can work: There are a lot of great sites on this topic but Mark's Daily Apple has some great articles and the recipes are really great as well. If you want a book recommendation I would recommend Gary Taubes "Why We Get Fat" first for a great foundation. Other great reads would be Grain Brain, Wheat Belly, Primal Blueprint, Deep Nutrition. Also watch Dr. Robert Lustig's Sugar: The Bitter Truth on youtube. ...Read more
No, any weight that:
Comes off a specific area is likely water ; so it would be temporary at best. Spot fat loss does
not occur naturally. By losing weight in general some will probably be fat from different body areas. But, we don't get to choose what area of body fat is lost from. Eat healthy ; be physically active. Calories burned must > those consumed. ...Read more
Accurate: They are accurate but you have to know what the government allows. For example, gluten free, means it has less gluten in parts that the government decides is gluten free. It isn't 100% gluten free or devoid of gluten. The salt content, protein, carb and fat contents are accurate. ...Read more