Urethritis is an injury or irritation of the urethra, the thin tube that carries urine out of the body from the bladder. This provides a clear understanding about the causes, prevention, symptoms and treatment of urethritis.
Overflow Incontinence Overview
With overflow incontinence individuals do not feel the urge to urinate. The bladder never empties normally small amounts of urine are leaked on a nearly continuous basis. Overflow incontinence can be caused by weak bladder muscles or a blocked urethra. Overflow incontinence is prevalent in older men with an enlarged prostate and is rare in women.
What Are the Signs of an Eating Disorder?
Eating disorders involve extreme and dangerous eating habits, including binge eating, purging, and drastic reductions in food intake. Sometimes, eating disorders are severe enough to require emergency care and hospitalization. It can be difficult for family members to detect the signs of an eating disorder because it isn't unusual for patients to try to hide these behaviors.
Bladder Control Medicines
Provides a comprehensive introduction to the causes, symptoms, and treatments for bladder control problems in women.
What Obstetric Health Care Providers Need to Know About... : Obstetrics & Gynecology
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What about the Flu Vaccine?
In a 2012 study, The vaccine demonstrated no protection against the flu but vaccine recipients had an almost 5x increase in other viral respiratory infections.
What's new with the flu vaccine?
The CDC recently released a statement stating that the "nasal spray" flu vaccine should not be used during the upcoming 2016-2017-flu season. Learn more here.
Brewster Central School District
Brewster High School The movie is free to the public. The movie examines family life and depicts the struggles over social media, video games, academics and internet addiction. It discusses solutions and strategies on how we can empower our children to best navigate the digital world. This screening is open to parents and students of all ages. The video will also be shown in school to…
How Effective is the Flu Vaccine?
“While the flu vaccine is the single best way to prevent the flu, protection can very widely depending on who is being vaccinated (in addition to how well matched the flu vaccine is with circ…
How Toxic Is The Flu Vaccine?
How Toxic Is The Flu Vaccine? By Dr. Brandon Vinzant For the past several years, physicians in America have been insisting that every child age 6 months to 18 years must get an annual flu shot. Mak…
How the flu vaccine is made
There are more than 100 national influenza centers in more than 100 countries collecting and analyzing influenza virus strains for the next vaccine.
What is Flu Vaccine Anyway?
We spend a lot of time each fall talking about influenza and flu vaccine. A great deal of hard work by very smart people goes into making this magic fluid each year. The first thing you need to mak…
15 School Districts Worth Visiting
3 days ago Leading a public school district is difficult and complicated work. But done well, there is no other job that can change how a community thinks about itself, its children and its future. The following are 15 districts that are changing the trajectory of both education and their communities by working on personalized and competency-based learning. They are making career preparation—including communications, critical thinking…
What Is the Efficacy of the Flu Vaccine This Year?
Annual vaccination against seasonal influenza is recommended for all persons aged ≥6 months.
5 myths about the flu vaccine
Sily, 8 years old, China 5 myths about the flu vaccine Myth 1: Influenza is not serious so I don’t need the vaccine Fact: As many as 650 000 people a year can die of the flu. This only represents respiratory deaths, so the likely impact is even higher. Even healthy people can get the flu, but especially people whose immune systems are vulnerable. Most people will recover within a few weeks, but some can develop complications including sinus and ear infections, pneumonia…