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CardioCard Mobile Ekg machine (iPad & iPhone Version) w/10 Lead Patient Cable, Wireless

Our Price: $2,395.00 Medical Device Depot, Inc. announces the release of the first portable 12-lead interpretative ECG machine available for use with the Apple iPad, iPhone or iPod. The CardioCard Mobile is the first of its kind, giving healthcare practitioners the ability to perform ECG testing by turning a hand-held Apple device into a fully-functioning ECG machine. It is now ...

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The US is the costliest place to live with type 2 diabetes

Source: aol news Three-hundred and eighty-seven million people in the world have diabetes, with the most common form being type 2.A new study that looked at the global economic impact of the disease discovered the most expensive place to live with type 2 diabetes is actually … the U.S.After looking at a compilation of data from more than 100 different studies, researchers in ...

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5 Certain ways to have an explosive orgasm

Culturally, we tend to think of orgasms as the ‘be all’ and the ‘end all’ of sex. Of course, orgasms are literally referred to as the “climax” of sex. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t always room for improvement…An orgasm is the involuntary, rhythmic contraction of genital muscles followed by the warm, tingling sensation of pleasure radiating through the body. ...

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Is It Anxiety or Heart Disease? Sometimes It’s Hard to Tell the Difference

Source:everydayhealth.com Many of us will experience symptoms of anxiety and panic during our lives, but these symptoms can also mimic those of heart disease. These are natural body responses that help us on a very basic level to escape from danger or harm. They allow the body to respond quickly and in a heightened way. They also cause the heart ...

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Ridge Hospital Labor Unit Under Stress.

Post by Asanteman Association of Chicago & Midwest – AACM.

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6 Things You Might Not Know Can Trigger A Heart Attack

  Source: The Huffington Post  |  By Anna Almendrala ; Pictures credit Getty images   Some heart attack risk factors are common knowledge. The average person knows, for example, that obesity, diabetes and hypertension can lead to an increased risk. And behaviors like smoking and a sedentary lifestyle are well-known risk factors as well. But a third group of unusual, ...

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Finally! The FDA Admits That Nearly Over 70% of U.S. Chickens Contain Cancer-Causing Arsenic

Source:www.msn.com/en-ca I don’t know about the rest of you, but lately my poultry purchases at my local market have become more and more of a ‘hit-and-miss’ situation, with more ‘misses’ if I’m being honest. As I bite into my homemade chicken nuggets or Coq au Vin (when I’m feeling fancy) I can’t help but feel that the chicken just tastes ...

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More than 160 people exposed to ‘superbug’ at UCLA medical center

Nurse.com news A “superbug” resistant to antibiotics has infected seven patients at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, and may have contributed to the deaths of two of these patients, according to media reports. More than 160 others were exposed to carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae through contaminated medical scopes used during endoscopic procedures that took place at the medical center between October and ...

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