Archive | February, 2013

Ankle fracture

One of the most common bone injuries includes ankle fractures. The severity of the fracture to seek medical care can be determined by the degree of pain and discomfort while walking, your inability to walk or if you suspect that a bone might be broken. The details posted on this blog are for information purposes […]

First Aid for Nausea

Nausea is the feeling you get when you feel like throwing up. There are many causes of nausea, some of them include: Pregnancy Motion sickness Vertigo Digestive infection Certain medication Certain foods The best way to treat nausea is to recognize the underlying cause and treat it. For example, if alcohol is causing the problem, […]

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