Chelsea Wicks, MD, pediatrician, Renown Medical Group
Well, I learned about something new last month. One of my mothers brought her 4-month-old daughter to see me with their Internet research findings in hand and the diagnosis they had made for her problems.
Initially, I was skeptical as I always worry about what my patients may be finding online as there is so much information out there – some good, some bad. Fortunately, in this case it was very good. What they discovered was something I had never even heard of but turns out to be exactly what I think this little one has been dealing with.
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This Father’s Day, we want to make sure dads get recognition for all they do. With June 16 quickly approaching, we understand that sometimes dad can be a little difficult to shop for. If you’re struggling to find the perfect gift – beyond the tie or sock aisles, try out a fun DIY (do it yourself) Father’s Day gift.
Five Father’s Day gifts that go beyond the tie:
Tamsen Carson, Physician Assistant
Whether you are 12 or 38 weeks along, the recent increase in temperatures is hard to tolerate for most pregnant moms.Your body temperature is already running high during pregnancy. Women who are pregnant also tend to sweat more, so you will be easily dehydrated which can cause swelling of hands and feet.
The best thing to do is to stay well hydrated with water. I recommend 8-10 glasses of water a day, which is one gallon or four liters daily. You will need even more if you drink any caffeinated drinks. The more water in your body, the less cramping, headaches and muscle …