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Dr. Milan Khara

Dr. Milan Khara

MBChB,CCFP, ABAM, Smoking Cessation Physician
Family Doctor
Vancouver, BC
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How can I stop smoking?

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While it may work for some people to quit smoking 'cold turkey', most smokers find they need some support or medications to help them stop smoking. There are over-the-counter options like gums and patches, but prescription medications are also an option. Aside from products, you may find that support tools like counselling can be very beneficial in your attempt. Ask your doctor what is available to you to help you stop smoking.

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The Harmful Effects of Smoking

Dr. Laurent Macle

Dr. Laurent Macle

Electrophysiology, MD, FRCP(C)
Cardiologist
Montréal, QC
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Options de traitement et de fibrillation auriculaire

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La prise en charge du traitement de la fibrillation auriculaire n’inclut pas seulement de déterminer si le patient est à risque d’un accident vasculaire cérébral et d’anti coaguler le patient. Il faut aussi décider si on emploie une stratégie du contrôle de la fréquence ou du contrôle du rythme. Ce sont les deux stratégies de traitement qu’on peut employer chez des patients avec fibrillation auriculaire.

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Options de traitement et de fibrillation auriculaire

Mr. Robert Roscoe

Mr. Robert Roscoe

BSc. Pharm, ACPR, CDE, CPT
Pharmacist
Rothesay, NB
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How to Properly Rotate Your Insulin Injections

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Insulin is best absorbed when it’s injected into healthy tissue. When you inject in the same spot over time, you develop something called lipohypertrophy, or lipos, or scar tissue, which is a thick, rubbery tissue develops in a subcutaneous area where you do your injections. Also, when you don’t rotate your injection sites well, they can also develop with these types of circumstances. When insulin is injected into a lipo, it’s not absorbed as well as it is into healthy tissue.

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How to Properly Rotate Your Insulin Injections

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