• Medical content- Emergency ultrasound


    Point-of-care ultrasonography (POCUS) is very a useful imaging technique for emergency medicine (EM) physicians. Comprehensive training in POCUS is presently a compulsory part of EM training in many parts of the world and is used extensively by some EM teams in many parts of Europe. Know more from Dr. Oscar John Ma.

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    Consultative ultrasonography vs POCUS:

    Standard consultative ultrasonography requires the top-shelf EM physician to order the examination and to be dependent on the cardiologist or radiologist to perform it in a clinically relevant and timely manner.

    In using POCUS, the EM physician performs all image acquisition and interpretation at the point of care and uses the information immediately to address specific hypotheses and to guide ongoing therapy. This requires that the EM physician has skill at image acquisition, image interpretation, and the cognitive elements required for immediate application of the results of the examination. The top-notch EM clinician …

  • How to Read a CBD Certificate of Analysis


    If you’re going to be inspecting CBD for its quality it’s very important you are able to do your own research and examine a CBD certificate of analysis provided by the company before you start using their products. Even though these data sheets may seem easy to examine, if you don’t have a background in science it can often be difficult to decipher more on these certificates of analysis. Here is some more info on how you can read the certificate of analysis and what you can expect:

    Certificate of Analysis Explained

    A certificate of analysis is a formal document that includes lab reports that show off the content of a sample that was sent in for testing. Samples are tested on the levels of cannabinoids and organic compounds that are found in the biomass or extract.

    The Information That’s Important

    There is a large degree of CBD products on …

  • Weight Loss Tips And Techniques Anyone Can Use


    Are you looking to lose weight? Weight loss can be difficult, but it doesn’t have to be a joyless, taste-free endeavor either. We will give you proven tips and techniques to help you successfully lose weight, and lose it in a healthy way. Follow our tips and you will be well on your way to reaching your goal.

    When eating on a diet, focus on the conscious enjoyment of your food. When you eat mindlessly, it’s easy to lose track of how much you’ve eaten and to quickly forget what you ate. By focusing on what you eat, you are aware of everything that goes into your mouth, you get full faster, and you feel full longer.

    To help you with your weight loss regime, make a list of your favorite fruits and vegetables, and research interesting and appealing sounding recipes you can make with them. Smoothies or juicing vegetables …

  • Preparing for Christmas: Ideas for Family Caregivers



    Ideas and suggestions to help family caregivers have a stress-free, supported Christmas that helps all members of the family make lovely memories.

    As Christmas quickly comes around, now is the time to prepare for Christmas so that as one of the 7 million family caregivers in the UK, you have everything in place to have a wonderful Christmas with your whole family.

    To help you get that plan in place, here are our top tips for preparing for Christmas as a family caregiver:

    Get Care In Place

    Whether your loved one has nursing care for an hour every day, or you have a live-in carer, now is the time to schedule any help that you do have in for the Christmas period. Christmas is about food and family-time and fun yes, but if you are a family caregiver, it is also about extra help to care …

  • How Cavities Can Impact Children’s Teeth

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    Whether your child is 1 or 11, their dental health is important.

    Your child’s baby teeth begin erupting (or coming in) around three months after birth and will continue growing in through age 5 or 6. From age 6 through 12, their baby teeth will fall out as their permanent come in and replace them.

    Unfortunately, many parents don’t see the purpose or value of their child’s baby teeth. The myth that you don’t have to care about the health of your child’s baby teeth is prevalent. It is an easy myth to believe in as the baby teeth fall out on their own eventually and are replaced.

    Tooth decay (cavities) are the most prevalent, preventable childhood disease as noted by Center for Disease Control 1 out of 5 children, ages 6-11 will have at least one cavity on their baby teeth.

    Why are cavities on teeth a big deal?

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