If you are looking to information on the function of the thyroid and depression then it would be a good idea for you to read this article. In this article we will discuss the link between people with thyroid problems and depression, the symptoms of the most common type of depression in people with thyroid problems and, how medication can affect the function of the thyroid. Research suggests that there is a link between people with thyroid problems and certain types of depression. It has been noted that bipolar disorder (also known as manic depressive disorder) is more common in people who have thyroid disorders. Manic depression can be recognized by its symptoms which can be summed up as manic or hypomanic episodes.
Many doctors, nurses, and other medical professionals wear medical scrubs to work. This type of medical uniform has been around for a while, but their appearance has changed a lot over the years. Scrubs come in a variety of stylish designs and colors and many employees enjoy wearing them to work. These simple garments were created for sanitary and safety purposes. They were designed to help prevent the spread of infections and to protect employees from bodily fluids and chemicals. Surgeons and other medical staff members wore scrubs in the operating room. All medical professionals (who worked in the operating room) always scrubbed in for surgery, so that is where the term scrubs comes from.
In the United States, the pressure to be thin gained ground in the early 1990's. The public had steered clear of diet drugs that aided in weight loss through appetite suppression since the amphetamine-like diet drug craze of the 1950's and 60's. However, with the introduction of diet aids such as Fen-phen at a time when the average American waistline was growing, a svelte, thin body became suddenly accessible with the daily popping of a pill. In the late 1980's and early 1990's, Fen-phen was introduced to the market. Composed of fenfluramine and phentermine, the drug combined appetite suppressant qualities with stimulant qualities, so users would feel simultaneously awake and satiated.
Unless you've lived in a cave for the last month, you would've heard the big news about cold and cough syrups for kids. These drugs give rise to side effects such as convulsions, rapid heart rates and even deaths in US and UK! So in Australia, they've made them prescription only instead of over the counter medicines. (But still available! ! ! ) And the most laughable thing to me is the fact that there is lack of evidence that these medicines actually work! ! ! Oh my goodness, the medicine might not work, but they can kill you, and the authorities let unknowing parents buy them off the shelf to give it to their children for all these years? Talk about violating the "First Do NO Harm" golden rule in the practice of medicine!
"Avoid Fats! " "Eat a low fat diet! " "Decrease your fat intake! " For the past 40 years that has been the mantra for preventing heart disease and staying healthy. We have built entire industries on low fat foods. "Low fat" or "Fat Free! " is now a major food marketing strategy. But for more than 25% of the adult US population, a low fat diet may actually increase their risk for heart disease, diabetes, high blood pressure and even some cancers. The accepted wisdom of avoiding fats at all costs may actually be killing you. Part of the problem is that a "low fat diet" may not properly distinguish between bad fats that you should limit and healthier fats that may actually be beneficial.
Bed wetting medications are not very effective in the long-run. Although it is embarrassing, parents whose children bed wet need to consult their physician. Most children just need medical examination to rule out diabetes, abnormalities and injection. A lot of parents are embarrassed about this habit of their kid and always take time in going to a doctor to consult. This is not a very dangerous issue in most of the cases, but as it can be due to some diseases, so it is important that the parents consult the doctor in this regard as soon as possible. There are many treatments that doctors give for bed wetting issues. Not always these treatments are effective.
If you have gotten this far, you are probably wondering how this simple article is going to answer all of the medical questions that you have now, or have had in the recent past. Well, I am not. The best way to find the correct answer to all of your medical questions is very simple. Speak to your doctor! The problem with that answer is that you never would have gotten to this article if you wanted to make an appointment with your doctor, make an excuse to your boss why you're going to be late to work, pay the expensive co-pay along with every other hassle that comes with seeing your doctor. The truth is, seeing your doctor for every medical question that you have is unrealistic.
Malaria Parasitic infection due to protozoa of genus Plasmodium transmitted by the female Anopheles mosquito. There are four plasmodia species: P. falciparum, P. vivax, P. malariae, P. ovale. Salient features Malaria is an acute and chronic protozoan illness characterized by paroxysms of fever, chills, sweats, fatigue, anaemia and splenomegaly. Falciparum malaria (severe and complicated malaria) is associated in varying degrees with the following clinical signs: Cerebral: mental clouding, coma, convulsions, delirium and occasionally localizing signs Hyperpyrexia (>40.5 C) Haemolysis, oliguria, anuria, pulmonary oedema and macroscopic haemoglobinuria Diagnosis is made by presence of protozoa in the blood in thick and thin smear slides.
Did you know that according to a report published in the August 2005 edition of The American Journal of Gastroenterology, nearly one-third of hospitalizations caused by gastro tract bleeding and deaths are caused by taking aspirin, ibuprofen and other types of pain-killing drugs? You may argue here that you are on low-dose aspirins, which the doctor has recommended to keep your heart in good condition. It would surprise you to note that about one-third of those gastro bleeding deaths are associated with intake on low dose aspirin. To understand these figures better study this example: if there are 100, 000 people taking aspirin, ibuprofen and other pain killing drugs, it is possible that 15 would die.
Do you or someone you care a lot about take prescription medications? If so, then you'll want to know how the prescription you're taking affects your body and how to stay healthy while you're taking it. More and more Americans and Canadians are weaning themselves off of long-term prescription drugs and are finding that they can create vibrant, radiant health in themselves by using simple, safe, natural remedies with no side effects. This article will look at 3 good reasons you should avoid prescription drugs approved by the FDA. It is not intended to convince you that all FDA-approved prescription drugs are bad or dangerous. Used only when absolutely necessary and with great care, they can save lives.