All family doctors are different and it can be hard to know which ones have the right qualities to make them the most effective doctor for you. The Medical Station wants to help you find the right family doctor by pointing out some qualities to look for in your physician that you may not have thought of.
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“Fitbit” developers have said that the purpose of their product is to help you “achieve your health and fitness goals, whatever they may be”. The Medical Station explores the truth surrounding Fitness Trackers to help you understand how to use them most effectively for your health.
If you have ever volunteered your time or made a donation, you can probably attest to the warm and fuzzy feeling that you get afterwards. Furthermore, science is now saying that being socially responsible can have some positive impacts on both your physical and mental health! Helping the community is an important value at The Medical Station and we want to help you understand some of its benefits that you may not have known.
There has been a lot of controversy surrounding dietary supplements such as vitamin pills. Some people believe they are a vital component to a healthy diet, some people believe they are unnecessary. The Medical Station is here to explain to you that there is truth in both sides.
We’ve all experienced a headache before. Whether it’s due to stress, lack of sleep, injury, motion sickness, or any other number of causes, headaches can become a real nuisance! However, it may be surprising to learn that there are actually over 25 different types of headaches, with very different causes, symptoms, and treatments. This week The Medical Station takes a look at the five most common types of headaches, and how to treat them.
While the internet is filled with useful information, it is also filled with a lot of misinformation, and it can be hard to know what you can trust. While getting your medical information straight from your doctor or health-care professional is the best way to ensure you are getting the most correct advice, we know that this not always possible. The Medical Station wants to help you become a more responsible, conscious patient so you know where to turn if you have a medical question.
We all know that being active is an important part of our health. Yet, a large percentage of us spend most of our day sitting at a desk at work. In fact, studies have shown that even active individuals that sit for long periods of the day have an increased risk for diseases such as Type 2 Diabetes. We at The Medical Station, want to give you some tips on staying active at work when you need to sit at your desk all day.
It is a well-known fact that many of the funniest people actually suffer from depression. Famous comedians and comedy actors such as Jim Carrey, Sarah Silverman, and Stephen Fry have spoken about their depression, and the problem in the comedy community was publicized after Robin Williams committed suicide in 2014, as he had also suffered a lifelong battle with depression. In this week’s blog, The Medical Station discusses how comedy plays a role in an illness that is not at all funny.
A physical exam is a full assessment of the body in order to determine overall health. Physicals can provide reassurance that one is in safe health, or can be a way of checking up on certain symptoms that may be of concern. Research by Duke Health suggests that healthy individuals should get a routine physical every two to three years, while people aged fifty or above should see their doctor annually for a check-up. This week The Medical Station outlines what to expect from a routine physical.
Physiotherapy is the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of injury and illness through physical and mechanical means. Physiotherapy generally aims to repair and maximize physical strength and mobility, although it can be used to treat a very wide range of conditions. This week, The Medical Station outlines the basics of physiotherapy.
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