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The New Physician's Guide To Mandated Reporting

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Professional physicians, like Matthew Steiner MD, are responsible for keeping your patients healthy. While this primarily involves the treatment of disease, this also includes operating as a mandated reporter. As a new medical professional, in the event you come in contact with a patient that is displaying physical, emotional or psychological signs of neglect or abuse, it is your responsibility to report this information to the necessary authorities. This is especially the case when it comes to instances of child abuse or neglect.…

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Protecting Your Skin From Chlorinated Pool Water

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While swimming provides good cardiovascular exercise, the chlorine that is added to the water in pools to kill germs isn’t healthy for your skin. The American Academy of Dermatology cautions that swimming in a pool treated with high amounts of chlorine can lead to dry skin, which can flake, itch, and crack. Dry skin increases your risk for infections by giving bacteria a way to enter your body. Fortunately, there are practical steps you can take to protect your skin from damage.…

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5 Health Conditions With Links To Gum Disease

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Brushing and flossing affect the health of your teeth and gums. By keeping periodontal disease at bay, brushing and flossing affect your overall physical well-being. Connections between gum disease and other health conditions may cause you to rethink your dental care. Here are five conditions that can be exacerbated by periodontal disease: 1. Erectile Dysfunction Oral bacteria can enter the bloodstream through pockets that form at the gum line of people who have periodontal disease.…

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