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HEAT STROKE IN SPORTS - KEY POINTS
By E. Randy Eichner, M.D.

HEAT STROKE IN SPORTS: CAUSES, PREVENTION, AND TREATMENT

E. Randy Eichner, M.D.
Professor of Medicine
Team Internist, Oklahoma Sooners
Department of Medicine
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

KEY POINTS
•Heat stroke is always a risk in summer sports, especially football and running.
•Heat stroke is typically caused by a combination of hot environment, strenuous exercise, clothing that limits evaporation of sweat, inadequate adaptation to the heat, too much body fat, and/or lack of fitness.
•Early recognition and fast treatment of evolving heat stroke can save lives.
•Preventing heat stroke hinges on acclimation, hydration, pacing, cooling, and vigilance.
•Heat stroke is a medical emergency. The life-saving adage is: cool first and transport second.



Ways You Can Help Protect Your Vision
Practical Eye Protection Tips

Nine ways you can help protect your vision

Get regular comprehensive dilated eye exams.
Know your family’s eye health history. It’s important to know if anyone has been diagnosed with an eye disease or condition, since some are hereditary.
Eat right to protect your sight: In particular, eat plenty of dark leafy greens such as spinach, kale, or collard greens, and fish that is high in omega-3 fatty acids such as salmon, albacore tuna, trout, and halibut.
Maintain a healthy weight.
Wear protective eyewear when playing sports or doing activities around the home, such as painting, yard work, and home repairs.
Quit smoking or never start.
Wear sunglasses that block 99 percent-100 percent of ultraviolet A (UVA) and ultraviolet B (UVB) radiation.
Wash your hands before taking out your contacts and cleanse your contact lenses properly to avoid infection.
Practice workplace eye safety.


What is Periodontal Disease
How Do You Know You Have Periodontal Disease

What is periodontal disease?

Periodontal diseases are mainly the results of infections and inflammation of the gums and bone that surround and support the teeth. In its early stage, called gingivitis, the gums can become swollen and red, and they may bleed. In its more serious form, called periodontitis, the gums can pull away from the tooth, bone can be lost, and the teeth may loosen or even fall out. Periodontal disease is mostly seen in adults. Periodontal disease and tooth decay are the two biggest threats to dental health.

In the US 47.2% of adults aged 30 years and older have some form of periodontal disease.
Periodontal Disease increases with age, 70.1% of adults 65 years and older have periodontal disease.
This condition is more common in men than women (56.4% vs 38.4%), those living below the federal poverty level (65.4%), those with less than a high school education (66.9%), and current smokers (64.2%)


Causes

Bacteria in the mouth infect tissue surrounding the tooth, causing inflammation around the tooth leading to periodontal disease. When bacteria stay on the teeth long enough, they form a film called plaque, which eventually hardens to tartar, also called calculus. Tartar build-up can spread below the gum line, which makes the teeth harder to clean. Then, only a dental health professional can remove the tartar and stop the periodontal disease process.

The following are warning signs of periodontal disease:

Bad breath or bad taste that won't go away
Red or swollen gums
Tender or bleeding gums
Painful chewing
Loose teeth
Sensitive teeth
Gums that have pulled away from your teeth
Any change in the way your teeth fit together when you bite
Any change in the fit of partial dentures


Best Weight Loss Doctors
How To Search and Find The Right One

It's Time To Loose Weight With Renowned Weight Loss Doctors in DC
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• The weight loss doctor you choose begin with a thorough assessment. He/she evaluates your lifestyle and health, and review medications which might be contributing to your weight gain.
• Your doctor might prescribe you a blood test such as checking thyroid function and blood sugar level. Then, they will work with you to develop a plan to reduce your calorie intake and to increase your level of exercise.
• Weight loss doctors typically ask their patients for weekly/monthly checkup. During some of these monthly visits, you may meet with a dietitian to discuss your nutrient needs. You may also meet with a doctor who can focus on stress management and mindful eating.
We have a myriad of skilled and professional doctors available to treat you in dozens of locations. For further help, you can call us directly at USA Toll Free: 888-800-7608. All Calls: 571-765-6083, 301-423-7808.


Ten Best Weight Losing Foods
Start Eating and Living Slim

1. Egg Whites: This is a favorite of many natural body builders and fitness models because it’s 100% pure protein, containing 4 grams of protein, 0 grams of carbs and fat, and only 16 total calories. Want 10 egg whites for breakfast? Sure why not, it’s only 160 calories and will fill you up.

2. Low Fat Yogurt: Low fat yogurt is a great way to get a compete protein source, a lot of calcium, and a nice tart flavor to help satisfy your cravings. There are a variety of yogurts, but I would go for those that are not too high in added sugars. For example, it’s better to get plain yogurt and add in the fruit yourself.

3. Low-Sodium Turkey. Turkey without the skin is among the lowest fat meats available on the market. To cap it off, it’s also pretty easy to eat on the go. Want to eat 8 ounces of turkey breast? Why not, it’s only about 240 calories and packs a protein punch. I recommend removing the skin, which is all fat, but if you have the skin, just eat in moderation.

4. Apple: This is a favorite of mine, because it’s easy to carry around and eat on the go, but it’s also very nutritious and high in fiber, so it helps fill you up. An apple contains 24 grams of carbs, 3 of them being from fiber, and around 80 calories in a medium sized apple.

5. Lettuce. While lettuce is not that high in fiber, it requires more calories for your digestive system to digest than the lettuce contains. Pretty cool, huh? This is known as a negative calorie balance.

6. Low-Sodium Chicken/Vegetable Soup. Similar to lettuce, drinking soup at a meal can slow you down, which helps your brain register that you are full. It also helps fill you up and is very low in calories because most broth based soups are low in fat, assuming they haven’t been doused in oil. Like lettuce, you can throw in a lot of veggies and lean meats to make it more nutritious and filling.

7. Almonds. While very calorically dense, almonds snuck onto the list because healthy fats are great in moderation, and almonds are among the best healthy fats. An almond is technically the seed of the fruit of the almond tree and is a great source of vitamin E and manganese.

8. Oatmeal. I love oatmeal because it’s filling, but doesn’t provide many calories. My favorite oatmeal is Kashi Go Lean vanilla, which only has 160 calories per serving, but you’ll be amazed at how much it fills you up because it has 6 grams of fiber.

9. Low-Sodium Tuna. There’s a joke that many natural bodybuilders smell like tuna fish, because they are always eating cans of tuna all day long. The tuna you get at the Deli that’s filled with mayo does NOT count. In fact, mayo is a fat loss disaster, because it’s so calorically dense.

10. Broccoli I never used to eat broccoli as a kid, but fortunately I started eating broccoli after college and I developed a taste for it (as long as it’s steamed, I can’t stand raw broccoli!). Feel free to add it to your salads, or as a side with your lean meat, but you can’t go wrong with broccoli. Well, actually, let me clarify that.


Practical Things You Can Do Today
To Decrease Your Chances of Dementia

Here are Some things you can do to better your brain health and work to prevent Alzheimer's disease:

- Learn a second (or third, or fourth) language. ...
- Drink raw fruit and vegetable juices. ...
- Add a vitamin K supplement to your diet. ...
- Reduce stress. ...
- Commit to regular exercise. ...
- Laugh more. ...
- Run 15 miles per week.
- Let your motives be driven by Love
- Learn multiple ways of solving common problems
- Find Ways to Be Gentler and Kinder everyday


Five Most Common Cancers Among Men
Center of Disease Control

Most Common Cancer Found
Among Men in the US


5 Most Common Cancers in Men

Prostate cancer might get all the public awareness campaigns, but to protect men's health, there are additional cancers guys should guard against.

By Chris Iliades, MD

Medically Reviewed by Lindsey Marcellin, MD, MPH

The five most common cancers among American men are:

Prostate Cancer

lung Cancer,

Colorectal Cancer

Bladder Cancer

Skin Melanoma

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now that you know what to watch for, get your cancer IQ up to date with the basics on each of these threats to your health.



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