RateMDs Health News https://www.ratemds.com/blog Doctors You Can Trust Fri, 20 Jul 2018 09:00:52 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.8.2 Hogwood: This Plant Can Blind You Permanently…and It’s Now in Virginia https://www.ratemds.com/blog/hogwood-this-plant-can-blind-you-permanentlyand-its-now-in-virginia/ Fri, 20 Jul 2018 09:00:52 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=181908 That field full of flowers is lovely…but it may not be as innocent as it seems. Many common plants have poisonous properties, from poison Ivy to foxglove, hydrangeas and rhododendrons. But many of them you have to eat- aside from poison Ivy- in order to feel the disturbing effects. It’s another story when simply brushing by some leaves can cause permanent blindness. And that’s what residents of northern Virginia are facing. Officials say they’ve discovered large swaths of invasive giant hogwood in upper parts of the state. The plant’s sap can cause third-degree burns and other major problems can surface

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That field full of flowers is lovely…but it may not be as innocent as it seems.

Many common plants have poisonous properties, from poison Ivy to foxglove, hydrangeas and rhododendrons. But many of them you have to eat- aside from poison Ivy- in order to feel the disturbing effects. It’s another story when simply brushing by some leaves can cause permanent blindness.

And that’s what residents of northern Virginia are facing. Officials say they’ve discovered large swaths of invasive giant hogwood in upper parts of the state.

The plant’s sap can cause third-degree burns and other major problems can surface when the sap is combined with exposure to the sun.

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“In brief, the sap prevents your skin from protecting itself from sunlight, which leads to a very bad sunburn,” stated the New York Department of Environmental Conservation. “Heat and moisture (sweat or dew) can worsen the skin reaction. The phototoxic reaction can begin as soon as 15 minutes after contact, with sensitivity peak between 30 minutes and two hours after contact.”

The plant has hollow stems and a white, spreading flower. It also has dark reddish-purple splotches and coarse white hair on the stems, and can grow to be about 5 feet tall (1.5 meters).

If you happen to touch it, you can experience severe burns and blisters that can surface within 48 hours. Wash the affected area immediately, DON’T touch your eyes, stay out of the sun to prevent your skin reacting with the sun, and seek medical attention immediately.

For more information on giant hogwood, click here.

Photo credits: Starover Sibiriak/Bigstock.com

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How Foods Ads Are Playing With Your Brain https://www.ratemds.com/blog/how-foods-ads-are-playing-with-your-brain/ Fri, 20 Jul 2018 09:00:39 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=181897 Love the way that ice cream looks at the beach? It has to do with your thinking. According to the Society for Consumer Psychology, if you’re a holistic thinker, you may not be in complete control of your thoughts. At least when it comes to food, that is. A study recently published online in the Journal of Consumer Psychology by researchers at Utah Valley University declared the findings. Researchers discovered that holistic thinkers salivate more than analytical thinkers when they see unhealthy food photographed in a certain context. “Holistic thinkers are more likely to experience cravings for unhealthy food after

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Love the way that ice cream looks at the beach? It has to do with your thinking.

According to the Society for Consumer Psychology, if you’re a holistic thinker, you may not be in complete control of your thoughts. At least when it comes to food, that is.

A study recently published online in the Journal of Consumer Psychology by researchers at Utah Valley University declared the findings. Researchers discovered that holistic thinkers salivate more than analytical thinkers when they see unhealthy food photographed in a certain context.

“Holistic thinkers are more likely to experience cravings for unhealthy food after seeing advertisements that show the product in the context of a situation,” researchers stated.

To complete the study, participants did some weird things. They placed cotton dental rolls in their mouths to measure salivary responses while they viewed different images.

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One image was of a chocolate bar in a movie theater. The other one was a candy bar set against a simple, plain solid gray background.

It was found that holistic thinkers salivated more than analytical thinkers when they saw the chocolate bar in the context of the movie theater, but there was no difference between the groups when the chocolate bar was shown on a grey background.

Why is this? Researchers say it’s simple. If you’re a holistic thinker, you feel that everything in the world is somehow interconnected.

In contrast, analytical thinkers feel the universe is made up of independent objects that aren’t connected, researchers say. So, when a holistic thinker sees a picture of a bag of popcorn in a movie theater, they are more likely to crave it than analytical thinkers. They’re more influenced by context.

Trying to loose weight? Researchers suggest that holistic thinkers consider avoiding television commercials or magazines that are rife with advertisements, in order to limit their cravings.

Sometimes this is easier said than done…but maybe something to try.

Photo credits: aurielaki/Bigstock.com

 

 

 

 

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Yes, Unthinkable: This Child in Idaho Caught the Plague https://www.ratemds.com/blog/yes-unthinkable-this-child-in-idaho-caught-the-plague/ Thu, 19 Jul 2018 09:00:31 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=181876 How he got it remains a mystery. He’s now recovering at home with a strong dose of antibiotics. Shockingly, the Bubonic Plague that once decimated large parts of Europe in the Middle Ages is alive and kicking. A boy in Idaho hailing from Elmore County is one of the terrorizing disease’s latest victims. Doctors are uncertain whether the young boy, who remains unnamed, contracted the plague in his home state, or while on a visit to Oregon. Eerily, ground squirrels in both Elmore and south Ada counties did test positive the disease back in 2015 and 2016 but it’s the

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How he got it remains a mystery. He’s now recovering at home with a strong dose of antibiotics.

Shockingly, the Bubonic Plague that once decimated large parts of Europe in the Middle Ages is alive and kicking. A boy in Idaho hailing from Elmore County is one of the terrorizing disease’s latest victims.

Doctors are uncertain whether the young boy, who remains unnamed, contracted the plague in his home state, or while on a visit to Oregon.

Eerily, ground squirrels in both Elmore and south Ada counties did test positive the disease back in 2015 and 2016 but it’s the first time in 26 years that someone in Idaho has been diagnosed with the disease.

How this poor soul contracted it is a mystery, but there are some clues as to how it might have happened. Fleas can spread the plague from animal to animal, and if your dog gets it, it looks like it could spell bad news.

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How can you know if you have it? Symptoms of the plague, (I can’t believe I’m writing this), include a fever, the chills, feeling weak and having a headache. Typical stuff.

Usually patients also have swelling of their lymph nodes in their groin, armpit or neck.

Here’s how Idaho’s Central District Health Department advises you avoid the whole mess:

“Don’t touch or handle wild rodents or their carcasses.

Keep your pets from roaming and hunting rodents. This is important – when an animal
dies from the plague, fleas leave the body and look for another host, which could be your pet, especially if it rolls in a carcass or eats it.

Talk to your veterinarian about flea control for your pets before venturing out to ground squirrel areas, and follow the directions on the label. Not all flea products are safe for dogs and cats.

If you find a group of dead ground squirrels, you can report it to the Idaho Department of Fish and Game on its plague website.

Don’t feed rodents in campgrounds, picnic areas, or near your home.

Clean up areas near your home where rodents could live.

Store hay, wood and compost piles as far as possible away from your home.

Don’t leave pet food and water where rodents can get to them.”

 

 

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How to Protect Your Eyes From Your Computer https://www.ratemds.com/blog/how-to-protect-your-eyes-from-your-computer/ Thu, 19 Jul 2018 09:00:27 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=181767 It’s estimated that on average, Americans spend more than 10 hours a day looking at a screen. Big or small, they have us riveted. But all that light and near-focus can take a toll on your eyes and body. What steps can you take to ensure that you don’t damage and strain your eyes over the long run? According to Atlantic.com, experts have these bits of advice. Try to sit at least an arm’s length away from your screen. Do a ‘high-five’ test. You should be able to give your screen a good palm face, with your arm completely outstretched.

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It’s estimated that on average, Americans spend more than 10 hours a day looking at a screen.

Big or small, they have us riveted. But all that light and near-focus can take a toll on your eyes and body.

What steps can you take to ensure that you don’t damage and strain your eyes over the long run?

According to Atlantic.com, experts have these bits of advice.

Try to sit at least an arm’s length away from your screen. Do a ‘high-five’ test. You should be able to give your screen a good palm face, with your arm completely outstretched. Have to bend it? It’s too close.

Related: 7 Things You Should Avoid Doing With Your Eyes

You should also keep your screen just below eye level. Any higher, and you could be straining your neck. And remember to take those tiny breaks every 20 minutes. Look up! Give yourself a chance to glance about 20 feet ahead of you, just to stretch those eye muscles back out.

Last but not least, don’t forget to blink. It may sound crazy, but we really do let our eyes dry out when looking at screens. I’ll never forget my toddler sitting there with tears streaming down his face, as he stared at a movie for the first time. It wasn’t the content that was sad, but his eyes and mind that had become entranced.“Blink! Blink!” his dad yelled. I’d never really thought about it.

Moral of the story? Take care of your eyes and you’ll be thankful down the road.

 

 

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Big Lunch or Big Dinner, What’s Best? https://www.ratemds.com/blog/big-lunch-or-big-dinner-whats-best/ Wed, 18 Jul 2018 09:00:48 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=181882 One of them can help you lose weight and keep it off. For most people living in the U.S and Canada, the biggest meal comes at the end of the day. There’s nothing like sitting down after hours and hours of work to your favorite meal. With many people commuting long distances to work, and not being within arms reach of a kitchen come lunch, most of us end up saving the bulk of our hunger for the end of the day. But is eating your biggest meal as the sun sets really the best way to go? Lunch used

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One of them can help you lose weight and keep it off.

For most people living in the U.S and Canada, the biggest meal comes at the end of the day. There’s nothing like sitting down after hours and hours of work to your favorite meal. With many people commuting long distances to work, and not being within arms reach of a kitchen come lunch, most of us end up saving the bulk of our hunger for the end of the day.

But is eating your biggest meal as the sun sets really the best way to go?

Lunch used to be prime time. Farm life in the past (and perhaps present) meant that people were working long hours that began at sunrise and the midday meal was the largest.

In some places, like Colombia, it still is. And some experts say this is easier on the body.

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A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition showed that eating a big lunch and a small dinner can help you maintain a healthy weight.

Participants were asked to follow a 1,500 calorie diet. One group was asked to eat their largest meal at lunchtime and the other in the evening. The study lasted 12 weeks and at the end, those who ate their largest meal at noon had lost 3 pounds, on average.

The results don’t show staggering weight loss, but researchers said that consuming more calories at lunchtime could help to limit afternoon snacking. With a stomach full of healthy food, you’re less likely to grab a candy bar or some chips to satiate your hunger.

It’s costly to eat a full meal out each day for lunch. And packing large amounts of food for the road can be time consuming. But maybe an extra sandwich or a larger salad will do some good.

 

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How Exercise Can Ease Atrial Fibrillation https://www.ratemds.com/blog/how-exercise-can-ease-atrial-fibrillation/ Wed, 18 Jul 2018 09:00:33 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=181868 Getting more active in moderation has been found to lessen symptoms in patients. What is atrial fibrillation? It’s a condition that affects almost 10% of people aged 65 and over. Called AFib for short, it causes patients to suffer from an irregular heart beat. It’s often rapid, though not always, and the problem is that it can increase your risk of having a stroke, heart failure and other complications like blocked blood flow in your body. Is there a cure? Multiple treatments exist. They cover everything from medication to shock therapy that can reset the electrical signals in your heart.

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Getting more active in moderation has been found to lessen symptoms in patients.

What is atrial fibrillation? It’s a condition that affects almost 10% of people aged 65 and over. Called AFib for short, it causes patients to suffer from an irregular heart beat.

It’s often rapid, though not always, and the problem is that it can increase your risk of having a stroke, heart failure and other complications like blocked blood flow in your body.

Is there a cure? Multiple treatments exist. They cover everything from medication to shock therapy that can reset the electrical signals in your heart. Talk about high-tech.

And of course, eating a healthy diet and getting enough exercise are always part of the picture.

In fact, exercise is seen as a key defender of good health against AFib, at least by some experts.

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There has been some debate over whether those suffering from AFib should visit the gym more often or not. Some research has indicated that more exercise improves patient health only slightly when it comes to AFib, and that engaging in too much aerobic exercise can actually make things worse for your heart.

But a study published in Circulation back in 2016 argues against this. When patients stress their system with overexertion, it’s at the extreme end of the spectrum. Endurance athletes are the ones who experience an increased risk of AF with more training, not average citizens.

And it was found that when AFib patients increased their exercise over 12 weeks, 38% of participants experienced a significant reduction in their arrhythmia, They also continued to experience fewer and less severe symptoms following the intervention, as well as an increase in their peak oxygen consumption, cardiac function, quality of life, body mass index and blood lipids.

As with any change in treatment, talk with your doctor about the right approach to suit you needs. And know that a walk around the block will do you good!

 

 

 

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Top 10 Canadian Amazon Prime Day Deals https://www.ratemds.com/blog/top-10-canadian-amazon-prime-day-deals/ Tue, 17 Jul 2018 14:52:55 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=182229 Save 20% on vitamins & nutritional supplements: Stay healthy with 20% off a variety of vitamins and nutritional supplements. Oral-B 7000 SmartSeries Rechargeable Power Electric Toothbrush: Bluetooth communication provides real time feedback on brushing habits. Fitbit Alta HR Monitor: Get the power of continuous heart rate in Fitbit’s slimmest design yet-all day, during workouts and beyond. Omron 10 Series Blood Pressure Monitor Plus Bluetooth: Two users can store and review last 100 readings each (total 200 readings) and receive unlimited readings by smartphone with Omron’s free app, available at App store or Google Play. GermGuardian AC5000E 3-in-1 Air Purifier with

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Oral-B 7000 SmartSeries Rechargeable Power Electric Toothbrush: Bluetooth communication provides real time feedback on brushing habits.


Fitbit Alta HR Monitor: Get the power of continuous heart rate in Fitbit’s slimmest design yet-all day, during workouts and beyond.


Omron 10 Series Blood Pressure Monitor Plus Bluetooth: Two users can store and review last 100 readings each (total 200 readings) and receive unlimited readings by smartphone with Omron’s free app, available at App store or Google Play.


GermGuardian AC5000E 3-in-1 Air Purifier with True HEPA Filter: True HEPA Filter captures 99.97% of dust and allergens as small as .3 microns such as household dust, pet dander, mold spores and plant pollens.


Omron HBF-306CAN Fat Loss Monitor: Analyzer measures your body fat with a gentle, micro electrical current.


20% Vitamin C Serum: The advanced formulation uses all natural ingredients including 20% Vitamin C, 11% Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin E to help moisturizer your skin.


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3 Must-Have Kitchen Appliances for Healthy Meals https://www.ratemds.com/blog/three-must-kitchen-appliances-healthy-meals/ Tue, 17 Jul 2018 09:00:58 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=181986 Want to eat more nutritiously, but don’t have the tools to make those meals on The Food Network? Here are three essential kitchen appliances you need to make those healthy meals easier: For Food Prep We eat with our eyes, so when your veggies are prepped and looking like they’re ordered from a gourmet kitchen, everyone will want more on their plate (yes, even the kids). This appliance – the CuisinArt PrepExpress – makes prep a cinch. The 3-in-1 appliance can slice, shred and spiralize. This is great for zucchini noodles, butternut or beat spaghetti, and all your favorite veggies

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Want to eat more nutritiously, but don’t have the tools to make those meals on The Food Network? Here are three essential kitchen appliances you need to make those healthy meals easier:

For Food Prep

We eat with our eyes, so when your veggies are prepped and looking like they’re ordered from a gourmet kitchen, everyone will want more on their plate (yes, even the kids).

This appliance – the CuisinArt PrepExpress – makes prep a cinch. The 3-in-1 appliance can slice, shred and spiralize. This is great for zucchini noodles, butternut or beat spaghetti, and all your favorite veggies for snacks, sides, or as a part of another healthy recipe.

Product: Cuisinartprepexpress™ Slicer, Shredder & Spiralizer, $99.99, available at www.cuisinart.ca
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For Food Scaling

Dietary info at your fingertips!

When you want to make a lifestyle change, knowing what foods will, and won’t, get you there is key. This food scale offers 1000 foods that are preprogrammed, or you can program your own. The LCD screen displays calories, carbs, fats, salts, proteins, cholesterol, and other food values based on weight. It can even account for several foods, which is handy when you’re calculating the nutrition value of a full meal, or your daily consumption.

Product: Lee Valley Nutrition scale, $49.95, available at Lee Valley

Related: Must-Have Meal Prep Ingredients for Your Kitchen

For Portion Control

Portion control is an underrated aspect of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Plus, rinsing while measuring saves some time and an extra dish to clean.

Check out this chef’s planet measuring colander. It’s ideal when preparing fruits and beans into your recipes. It holds up to 3 cups and also has a built-in tuna can drainer, because why not.

Product: Chef’s Planet Measuring Colander, $15, available at Chef’s Planet

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4 Reasons Why You Probably Aren’t Taking Care of Your Contact Lenses Properly https://www.ratemds.com/blog/5-reasons-why-your-probably-arent-taking-care-of-your-contact-lenses-properly/ Tue, 17 Jul 2018 09:00:31 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=181742 From time constraints to saving money, cutting corners can add up. Contact lenses are amazing. Who would think such a tiny invention would allow you to see properly, with such ease? The problem is, many of us don’t take care of our contacts in the best way possible. And the scarily enough, these actions can damage your eyesight, permanently. Here are 5 common reasons you might make mistakes in your contact care: 1) You’re Busy You run a tight schedule. Sometimes night falls and you simply pass out. But sleeping with your contacts is OK, right? Wrong. These things were

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From time constraints to saving money, cutting corners can add up.

Contact lenses are amazing. Who would think such a tiny invention would allow you to see properly, with such ease?

The problem is, many of us don’t take care of our contacts in the best way possible. And the scarily enough, these actions can damage your eyesight, permanently.

Here are 5 common reasons you might make mistakes in your contact care:

1) You’re Busy

You run a tight schedule. Sometimes night falls and you simply pass out. But sleeping with your contacts is OK, right? Wrong. These things were made for daytime use and they need to be taken out.

Related: How to Keep Your Eyes Healthy Over the Years

2) You’re Tired

At the end of a long day, you just want a great meal and to sit down. If your contact solution is upstairs, you might think it’s OK to rinse your lenses out with water just this once. Think again. Tap water can contain microscopic bacteria you don’t want in your eyes. Use solution only.

3) You Can’t Remember When You Bought Them

Using your disposable contacts for a bit longer than prescribed is a common mistake. Yes, it helps you save money, but you can scar your eyes by using old contacts that break down. 

4) You Didn’t Read the Fine Print

Not sure how long these things last? It’s easy to miss out on the expiry date. Check your containers and stay in the clear.

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RateMD’s Top 10 Amazon Prime Day Deals! https://www.ratemds.com/blog/ratemds-top-10-amazon-prime-day-deals/ Mon, 16 Jul 2018 22:25:41 +0000 https://www.ratemds.com/blog/?p=182216 Adventure Medical Kits Sportsman Series Whitetail First Aid Kit: Designed for adventurous hunters and fishermen, this kit includes sterile bandage materials, wound care, blister/burn care, CPR face shield, fracture/sprain care, common medications, and essential tools, all contained in a high-visibility kit. Fitbit Alta HR: Get the power of continuous heart rate in Fitbit’s slimmest design yet-all day, during workouts and beyond. National Geographic DNA Test Kit: Geno 2.0 Next Generation (Ancestry): Gain a unique view of your DNA results in a custom video of your ancestry journey with our new Geno 2.0 app for the iPhone. Easily share with friends

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Adventure Medical Kits Sportsman Series Whitetail First Aid Kit: Designed for adventurous hunters and fishermen, this kit includes sterile bandage materials, wound care, blister/burn care, CPR face shield, fracture/sprain care, common medications, and essential tools, all contained in a high-visibility kit.


Fitbit Alta HR: Get the power of continuous heart rate in Fitbit’s slimmest design yet-all day, during workouts and beyond.


National Geographic DNA Test Kit: Geno 2.0 Next Generation (Ancestry): Gain a unique view of your DNA results in a custom video of your ancestry journey with our new Geno 2.0 app for the iPhone. Easily share with friends and family!


Basic Care All Day Allergy Cetirizine HCl Tablets, 90 Count: 24 hour symptom relief of runny nose; sneezing; itchy, watery eyes; itching of the nose or throat.


SoundHealth Extra Strength Heartburn and Gas Relief Chews, Mixed Berry Flavor, 82 Count Bottle: Provides fast acting relief to heartburn, gas, sour stomach, and bloating.


Oral-B Pro 7000 SmartSeries Black Electronic Power Rechargeable Toothbrush with Bluetooth Connectivity: Real-time feedback with the Oral-B app focuses brushing on your most important areas, tracks habits over time, motivates with helpful oral care tips, and senses when you brush too hard.


Clarisonic Mia 2 Facial Sonic Cleansing System 5 Piece Kit, Sea Breeze: Clarisonic patented micro-massage motion works within skin’s natural elasticity to gently remove the impurities traditional cleansing methods leave behind.


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