Diagnosis Of Preeclampsia The doctor will conduct a physical examination and ask the occurrence of high blood pressure during previous pregnancies if had any. Then a thorough medical history will be obtained by the doctor to identify medical conditions that can increase the risk of preeclampsia. … [Read more...] about Preeclampsia: Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Complications, Diagnosis & Treatment
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Is The Indo-Mediterranean Diet Good For Your Heart? The study, which analysed the role of nutrition in the management of heart failure with respect to the Indo-Mediterranean diet analysed the behavioural risk factors, food intakes, fatty acid intake and on the ratio of polyunsaturated fatty acid/flavonoid intake; and the results suggested the following : … [Read more...] about Indo-Mediterranean Diet And Heart Health: What Is The Link?
7. Loss Of Concentration Concentration and focus are very much necessary to do well at school, jobs and life in general. Concentration is a brain activity, which can be affected if there is a health issue that has affected your brain. Loss of concentration could be yet another symptom of slow metabolism. A slowed down metabolism can affect the regular brain functions and hence affect the concentration levels. … [Read more...] about Do You Have These 9 Silent Signs Of A Slow Metabolism?
It’s technical! “In working with high school athletes, my most important factors in concussion evaluation are P.E.A.R.L. (Pupils Equal and Reactive to Light), occular tracking, retro/anterograde amnesia, cognitive responses to questions (basic math), awareness level, and balance and head pain. I'm more concerned about the long term issues a student athlete may have with their brain. It is difficult with some of the parents…but I tell the students that, yes, their sport is important but your brain is more important...It's one injury that could last a lifetime.” — Kristen A. Milazzo ATC/L, Head Athletic Trainer, Lakeland Regional High School, Wanaque, NJ … [Read more...] about The Best Advice For Handling Concussions
All police and security personnel are taught early in their careers that they must gain control over any situation they are called to. Unfortunately, they are often not provided with the tools to accomplish this task nor a public that understands the laws and policies as written and applied. Actions are based upon policy, equipment, and training under the auspices of the 4th and 8th Amendments of the U.S. Constitution. Eliminating options or a lack of support for otherwise legal applications not only increases the chances of injury or death with confusion and hesitation but also increases the chances for negligent actions on the part of the officer. … [Read more...] about Police Use of Force: Not Always For Public Consumption