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Monthly Archives: February 2017

  1. The Who, What, When, Where, and Why of Compression Socks

    Unlike traditional dress or sports socks, compression garments are intended to enhance blood circulation to the legs by applying graduated pressure (from the ankle upward) to the lower extremities.  …

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  2. Why You Should Be Using Nova Max Plus Blood Ketone Test Strips

              There are two different ways to test for ketones in your body – blood or urine. However, the blood test shows a more accurate representation of…

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  3. Spring Showers Up Ahead: Better Load Up on Baby Diapers Before Then

    Winter snows lead to more than just spring flowers. They may also be responsible, at least in part, for a predictable increase in autumn births. At least that’s what historical…

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  4. Which Wound Binders Are Bound to be Better for People with Abdominal Woes?

    Over the years, great strides have been made in regards to abdominal surgical techniques. The same is true of post-op wound care. As such, people who undergo abdominal surgery this…

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  5. How a Maternity Support Can Ease Pregnancy-Related Back Pain

    Maternity supports are orthopedic garments worn by many pregnant women for a variety of medical purposes. These support bands are designed to relieve lower back pain, reduce pressure on the…

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  6. Rollators: A Way to Reclaim Your Mobility

    Our independence is generally celebrated at every step of our lives; first steps, first bike, first car etc. But losing mobility is a definitive blow to a person’s morality because it takes…

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  7. Preventing Infection as a Part of your Regular Diabetes Wound Care

    So you are living with diabetes, and now you have a wound on your foot. One recent study found that “foot ulcers affect one in ten people living with diabetes…

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  8. Compression Socks: Giving a Healthy Squeeze to More People Than Before

     At one time, compression socks were thought of as nothing more than special clothes people living with diabetes and senior citizens wore during the day. That misconception is slowly fading though…

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