Thursday, April 17, 2014

DocTalk April 15



The doctors are int he house.

Dr Shereen Habib, Well Woman Clinic
http://www.wellwomanclinic.ae/


Dr Sean Petherbridge Keith Nicholl Medical Centre
http://www.keithnicholl.com/








Here are the show notes.

Also in the news...Tamiflu not effective!!
Oxytocin helps anorexics!!

Nothing too gross except bottom chafing at the DC!

Sports injuries, knees

Gastroenteritis



Round up of extreme sport injuries to keep an eye out for and how to treat.

-dehydration
-chaffing
-burns


1. good gut good health

2. Knuckle cracking more kids doing it is it an issue?

3. environment and healing this is interesting.

4. Antibiotics and our food do we need to be concerned?


5. pimples how do we treat them?

6. skin bleach do we need to be concerned

7. mosquito bite myth remedies? A hot spoon can finish off the proteins

8. gentle or immediate plaster removal

9. are plaster casts a thing of the past?

10 ebola Here's some background information about Ebola, a virus with a high fatality rate that was first identified in Africa in the 1976.

11. telling people bad news is it hard?

12 . Washington state health officials have issued a warning to anyone who may have been in the vicinity of a particular woman at the end of March: You may have been exposed to measles, a highly contagious and potentially fatal respiratory disease.

13
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