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term used to describe benign neoplasms made up of neurons and nerve fibers is a?


need some help with my h.w.
thanks!
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Neuroma

In the foot, check out this site...
http://www.footphysicians.com/footankleinfo/mortons-neuroma.htm  (+ info)

Question was if walking is good for health claim walking is good for bronchial & cardiovascular disease &PVD?


A physician claimed walking is not particular good for cardiac disease. Other information shows that it it is good for Cardiac disease, increased lung volume, PVD (Peripheral vascular disease). What is true & how much is needed.
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Sustained walking sessions for a minimum period of thirty to sixty minutes a day, five days a week, with the correct walking posture, reduces health risks and has various overall health benefits. Such as reducing the chances of cancer, type 2 diabetes, heart disease, anxiety and depression. Life expectancy is also increased even for individuals suffering from obesity or high blood pressure. Walking also increases bone health, especially strengthening the hip bone, and lowering the more harmful bad low-density lipoprotein (LDL) cholesterol, and raises the more useful good high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol.  (+ info)

How long will I be tired from using Symbicort for two 1/2 weeks for inflamed bronchial tubes?


My doctor told me I was clear tue. but I'm still weak. Is that from the condition.
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your exhaustion may be due to whatever virus has inflamed your lungs. use your meds exactly as prescribed, drink plenty of fluids, eat a healthy balanced diet, rest, wash your hands better, and follow up with your doctor. try using your nebulizer more frequently.  (+ info)

When can a tumor be non-cellular or non-neoplastic? And how can some neoplasms be cell free?


So basically, I've got a bio midterm tomorrow, and so in the process of studying, I realized I completely don't get that! Even my bio friends are like, what....? So if ANYONE can help us out here, that would be fantastic! Thanks!
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The word tumor is defined (in Answers.com) as "An abnormal growth of tissue resulting from uncontrolled, progressive multiplication of cells and serving no physiological function; a neoplasm." So your teacher is playing with semantics here.

The only way a "mass" could be non-cellular would be if it were cystic - - a contained area of fluid. We see this with some ovarian tumors which may be benign or malignant. The benign ones are ovarian serous cystadenomas or mucinous cystadenomas which can be quite large tumor masses. These do contain cells however in the membranous sacs surrounding the fluid
http://www.mypacs.net/cases/MUCINOUS-CYSTADENOMA-OVARY-857115.html  (+ info)

What are the effect on cigarette smoke on bronchial muscle?


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today i had a rash on my hands and arms from wrist to elbow. i have a bronchial infection. is that why?


my hands were hot, skin was burning and itchy, and tight like it was being stretched. my fingers were a little swollen as well. my arms had red spots, mostly visible on my forearms. could this be an allergic reaction to the medication for Bronchitis even though i have been taking them for approximately 1 week?
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sure could be , probably is   (+ info)

any help against bronchitis or bronchial pneumonia?


lots of severe coughing, and very hard to breathe. anything that i can do to help ease the suffering?
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Your MD might give you a bronchodialator such as Albuterol as well as antibiotics. You can try Mucinex, but I have found breathing steam from a hot shower helps immensely, as does having a humidifier in your bedroom at night.  (+ info)

Any home remedies for a bronchial cough?


I haven't slept well for the past few evenings cuz I keep coughing really bad when I lay down but can't sleep if I'm sitting up.Hard to breath that way. No money, no health insurance so I'm asking you all for something that may have worked for you in the past. My stomach muscles hurt so much from coughing. Thanks
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When you don’t have money to get the care you need:
http://ask.hrsa.gov/pc/
http://www.omhrc.gov/templates/browse.aspx?lvl=2&lvlID=18
http://www.hrsa.gov/help/default.htm
http://www.thefrugallife.com/medicalalternative.html
http://www.google.com/search?q=Free+Low+Cost+Medical+Health+Services+&hl=en&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&start=10&sa=N

How to apply for Medicaid or medicare
http://www.cms.hhs.gov/MedicaidEligibility/
http://www.aarp.org/money/lowincomehelp/applying_for_medicaid.html

This is about FREE hospitalization, if you need it
http://www.hrsa.gov/hillburton/default.htm
Hill Burton Hotline
1-800-638-0742
(1-800-492-0359 in Maryland)
In 1946, Congress passed a law that gave hospitals, nursing homes and other health facilities grants and loans for construction and modernization. In return, they agreed to provide a reasonable volume of services to persons unable to pay and to make their services available to all persons residing in the facility’s area. The program stopped providing funds in 1997, but about 300 health care facilities nationwide are still obligated to provide free or reduced-cost care.
Steps to Apply for Hill-Burton Free or reduced-cost Care
1.Find the Hill-Burton obligated facility nearest you from the list of Hill-Burton obligated facilities.
2.Go to the facility's admissions or business office and ask for a copy of the Hill-Burton Individual Notice. The Individual Notice will tell you what income level makes you eligible for free or reduced-cost care, what services might be covered, and exactly where in the facility to apply.
3.Go to the office listed in the Individual Notice and say you want to apply for Hill-Burton free or reduced-cost care. You may need to fill out a form.
4.Gather any other required documents (such as a pay stub to prove income eligibility) and take or send them to the obligated facility.
5.If you are asked to apply for Medicaid, Medicare, or some other financial assistance program, you must do so.
6.When you return the completed application, ask for a Determination of Eligibility. Check the Individual Notice to see how much time the facility has before it must tell you whether or not you will receive free or reduced-cost care.
More about Hill-Burton Free or Reduced-Cost Care
You are eligible to apply for Hill-Burton free care if your income is at or below the current HHS Poverty Guidelines. You may be eligible for Hill-Burton reduced-cost care if your income is as much as two times (triple for nursing home care) the HHS Poverty Guidelines.
Care at a Hill-Burton obligated facility is not automatically free or reduced-cost. You must apply at the admissions or business office at the obligated facility and be found eligible to receive free or reduced-cost care. You may apply before or after you receive care -- you may even apply after a bill has been sent to a collection agency.
Some Hill-Burton facilities may use different eligibility standards and procedures.
Hill-Burton facilities must post a sign in their admissions and business offices and emergency room that says: NOTICE - Medical Care for Those Who Cannot Afford to Pay, and they must provide you with a written Individual Notice that lists the types of services eligible for Hill-Burton free or reduced-cost care, what income level qualifies for free or reduced-cost care and how long the facility may take in determining an applicant's eligibility.
Only facility costs are covered, not your private doctors' bills. Facilities may require you to provide documentation that verifies your eligibility, such as proof of income.
Hill-Burton facilities must provide a specific amount of free or reduced cost care each year, but can stop once they have given that amount. Obligated facilities publish an Allocation Plan in the local newspaper each year. The Allocation Plan includes the income criteria and the types of services it intends to provide at no cost or below cost. It also specifies the amount of free or reduced cost services it will provide for the year.
When you apply for Hill-Burton care, the obligated facility must provide you with a written statement that tells you what free or reduced-cost care services you will get or why you have been denied.
The facility may deny your request if
·Your income is more than the income specified in the Allocation Plan.
·The facility has given out its required amount of free care as specified in its Allocation Plan.
·The services you requested or received are not covered in the facility's Allocation Plan.
·The services you requested or received are to be paid by a governmental program such as Medicare/Medicaid or insurance.
·The facility asked you to apply for Medicare/Medicaid or other governmental program, and you did not.
·You did not give the facility proof of your income, such as a pay stub.
You may file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services if you believe you have been unfairly denied Hill-Burton free or reduced-cost care. Your complaint must be in writing and can be a letter that simply states the facts and dates concerning the complaint. You may call your local legal aid services for help in filing a complaint.
Additional Public Benefits for Families Raising Children:
· State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP)
· Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC)
· TANF-Child Only Grants
· Medicaid for Children
· Supplemental Security Income for Children

http://www.ssa.gov/

Where can I go to get free or reduced-cost prenatal care?
You can call this number if you need free birth control help, too!
Women in every state can get help to pay for medical care during their pregnancies. This prenatal care can help you have a healthy baby. Every state in the United States has a program to help. Programs give medical care, information, advice and other services important for a healthy pregnancy.
To find out about the program in your state:
·Call 1-800-311-BABY (1-800-311-2229) This toll-free telephone number will connect you to the Health Department in your area code
·For information in Spanish, call 1-800-504-7081
·Call or contact your local Health Department.  (+ info)

what is the latest textbook in immunological basis of bronchial asthma ?


i want a text book about immunology of bronchial asthma 2009
i want papers , books
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How long can a person diagnosed for Bronchial or Seasonal Asthma, live, what is life expectancy in Asthma? ?


How long does an Asthamatic patient, live?
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The life expectancy is the same as for anyone else, as long as they are receiving proper medical care.  (+ info)

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