Testing Tap Water May Miss Some Dangers

admin / December 17, 2017

If you drink water from the tap at home chances are you’ve considered testing your water at one time or another. You may have even followed through with it. But even the more sophisticated water testing techniques can miss traces of some water contaminants. Pharmaceutical ingredients in particular won’t show up on the list of things that many testing methods…

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admin / December 17, 2017

HealthyFindings.com is a Paradox M Inc web property HealthyFindings.com is intended to be an additional source of information for readers seeking information about health-related topics on the Internet.  Through the efforts of our staff writers, freelance writers and guest writers HealthyFindings.com strives to bring new articles to our readers each week with focus topics such as diet, managing ongoing health…

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Pros and Cons of Psyllium Seed Husks

admin / December 17, 2017

If you have considered the benefits of using psyllium seed husk as a healthy baking ingredient or dietary supplement to aid in detoxification, digestion, or colon cleansing then you are less likely to be unaware of the risks sometimes associated with psyllium seed husk and products containing it. For other readers who are unfamiliar with the uses and cautionary information…

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Gastroesophogeal Reflux Disease (GERD)

admin / December 17, 2017

Indigestion is a common problem in the U.S. and it drives a great deal of spending each year by consumers on over the counter medication. In some cases acid-related stomach problems are temporary but people who find themselves using antacids frequently may want to consider asking their physician about GERD. First and foremost it’s key that people suffering from acid…

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Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS) aka Runner’s Knee

admin / December 4, 2017

For adults over the age of 30 little pains here and there often seem to just be part of not being a kid anymore. But in cases when pain inhibits walking, climbing stairs, or other activities it isn’t easy to write it off to age. Knee pain in some cases can be due to a lack of strength in supporting…

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» Medicare and Medicaid Tighten the Reins on Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Suppliers Healthy Findings

admin / December 4, 2017

If durable medical equipment (DME) is an unfamiliar term don’t feel lost. Most Americans do not need services from DME suppliers yet. But patients managing long term conditions such as diabetes, for example, are probably much more familiar with what DME means and the companies involved in providing such products and related services. Those health care customers will probably note…

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» Chronic Obstructive Pulminary Disease (COPD) Healthy Findings

admin / December 4, 2017

Chronic Obstructive Pulminary Disease (COPD) might be something you associate with long-term cigarette use; however, COPD does not only strike smokers. In truth anyone can suffer from COPD and so watching for its symptoms is important to anyone with respiratory problems. What is COPD? COPD is actually one or more of its three more specific forms, emphysema, chronic asthma, and…

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Medicare and Medicaid Tighten the Reins on Durable Medical Equipment (DME) Suppliers

admin / December 4, 2017

If durable medical equipment (DME) is an unfamiliar term don’t feel lost. Most Americans do not need services from DME suppliers yet. But patients managing long term conditions such as diabetes, for example, are probably much more familiar with what DME means and the companies involved in providing such products and related services. Those health care customers will probably note…

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» Childhood Asthma Healthy Findings

admin / December 4, 2017

Childhood asthma, though often manageable and not life-threatening, can sometimes be a very dangerous disease. Treatment may involve ongoing use of medication to avoid or cope with serious exacerbation of the disease. An ounce of prevention… Because children are often much more physically active than adults the risk of exacerbation may be increased in children. But treatment is only one…

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