30

Jan

Daylight Savings can Prompt Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

Spring ahead, fall back. Going back from daylight savings means shorter, darker days, which can trigger a type of depression known as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). SAD affects up to 5% of the population. It’s directly linked to reduced sun exposure as a result of short...

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30

Jan

“Mother’s Kiss” Gentle way to Remove Objects from a Child’s Nose

Last week we discussed ways to remove foreign objects from a child’s nose, including using a pair of blunt tweezers if you can see the object, and blocking one nostril while asking the child to blow through the other one. If your child is too young to blow his or her nose o...

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30

Jan

How to Remove Objects Stuck in a Child’s Nose

Youngsters have a tendency to put things up their noses out of curiosity, or perhaps to see what they smell like, or maybe just because they want to store them somewhere. Whatever the reason, foreign bodies in your child’s nose can be dangerous if they obstruct breathing. C...

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30

Jan

Secondary Breast Cancer that Spreads to Head and Neck

October is breast cancer awareness month. There are many worthwhile not-for-profit organizations that support breast cancer research and treatment in the USA. In rare instances, breast cancer cells can spread, or metastasize, to other parts of the body, including the head and nec...

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