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Feeling Full and Hungry At The Same Time? | What Early Satiety Means

Dec 30, 2021

It’s a strange feeling, but one that quite a few people experience from time to time: feeling full and hungry at the same time. Odd as it may seem, it’s known as early satiety, and this article will explore some of the causes behind this phenomenon. What Is Early Satiety? Normally, we have a pretty […]

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Heart Rate vs Blood Pressure: Are They Related?

Nov 15, 2021

Your heart is a fascinating organ that doesn’t stop working from the moment you’re born. Naturally, many interesting things are going on in the circulatory system that allow the heart to perform in a healthy way. Two of these variables are heart rate and blood pressure. But while you may have heard of both terms, […]

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What’s That Weird Feeling In Your Chest When You’re Lying Down?

Oct 30, 2021

Not being able to sleep is a common phenomenon for millions of Americans. Sometimes, it can be due to stress or anxiety, but sometimes it can manifest as physical symptoms that distract you from drifting off to sleep. One such example is heart palpitations that you can feel as you’re in bed trying to sleep. […]

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What Is A Cardiac Event Monitor?

Oct 15, 2021

A cardiac event monitor is a device that monitors the electrical activity that controls your heart. It’s a type of electrocardiogram (ECG) device that is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. The primary purpose of a cardiac event monitor is to record and monitor abnormal heart rhythms. It’s usually connected to […]

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Life Expectancy With A Blocked Carotid Artery | What Is It Like?

Sep 30, 2021

Finding out that you have a blocked carotid artery can be very concerning, especially after a stroke. It’s common to wonder what life expectancy with a blocked carotid artery can look like, especially if the diagnosis is new. That’s why in this post, we’ll be looking at how a blocked carotid artery can occur and […]

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Burst Blood Vessel In Eye | How To Treat A Subconjunctival Hemorrhage

Sep 15, 2021

You rely on your eyes to see and interact with the world around you. So it’s natural to be worried if you look in the mirror and notice a burst blood vessel in your eye. Medically known as a subconjunctival hemorrhage, it may sound and look much more threatening than it is. That’s why in […]

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Is A Sinus Infection Contagious? | The Facts and Explanation

Aug 30, 2021

Sinus infections are uncomfortable. They can be quite debilitating, leaving you with a persistent cough, a feeling of pressure in your face and head, and making it hard to breathe. With such severe symptoms, you might be concerned about whether your sinus infection is contagious. Well, it depends on what caused the infection in the […]

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What Happens When A Defibrillator Goes Off? | How ICDs Work To Keep You Alive

Aug 15, 2021

The thought of a defibrillator going off can be worrying, especially if you’ve had one implanted due to the risk of electrical malfunction within the heart. But you might not know precisely what happens when an ICD, or implantable cardioverter-defibrillator, goes off. What happens? How does it know when to go off, and what should […]

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What Are The Do’s and Don’ts After Pacemaker Surgery?

Jul 15, 2021

Naturally, it’s common to have some anxiety about a pacemaker implant when going into surgery. So, it’s best to be prepared. What are some of the do’s and don’t after pacemaker surgery? What should you expect? Your pacemaker is truly a marvel of modern medical engineering. Today’s pacemakers have advanced algorithms and monitoring techniques, ensuring […]

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What is Telehealth Nursing?

Jun 30, 2021

The Covid-19 has left most people in a state of crisis. However, people with medical conditions are at more concerning risk during the pandemic. Similarly, caregivers have to be highly cautious volunteering outside their homes. This is because they can indirectly expose their care recipients to a dangerous virus along with themselves. Luckily, telehealth nursing […]

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