Tips That Could Help You Fight Erectile Dysfunction

Posted on: 3 January 2020
Erectile dysfunction or ED is obviously an embarrassing or at least an annoying problem to have. If you have been having problems performing in the bedroom, you'll first need to pinpoint the source of the problem. ED can be caused by a wide variety of different issues. For best results when it comes to treating erectile dysfunction, you might want to contact professional medical help. But if you want to try and treat or overcome the issue yourself, here are some things you can try.
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Stem Cell Therapy Could Treat Perianal Crohn's Disease

Posted on: 2 January 2020
Stem cell therapy might show some promise in treating inflammatory bowel disease in a way that is more effective than conventional treatment methods. Stem cell therapy has specifically been found to be useful when treating perianal Crohn's disease, which is a form of the disease that affects the anus. How Stem Cells Affect the Body The reason why stem cell therapy shows promise in treating Crohn's disease and so many other conditions is that stem cells are able to transform into other types of healthy cells.
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Why A Walk-In Medical Clinic Might Be The Best Choice For Your Child's Sports Physical

Posted on: 31 December 2019
If your child is in school and interested in playing sports, the school will likely require a physical before your kid can take to the court or field. Schools often send a doctor or physician to the school for this purpose, but you are not obligated to use the school-provided doctor. You can get your child's physical anywhere before the start of the sports season, as long as it's by an actual doctor.
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Oral Surgery Treatments For Sleep Apnea

Posted on: 30 December 2019
The CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) machine is a common treatment for sleep apnea. It delivers humidified air into your airway to keep it open. Unfortunately, many people are unable to tolerate wearing the CPAP mask, so for them, alternative treatments such as oral surgery may be a better option. Here are some procedures your dental surgeon may recommend for your sleep apnea.  Soft Palate Surgery During this procedure, your dental surgeon modifies your soft palate by removing excess pharyngeal tissue so your airway is wider.
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