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Who Was Our First President? No, Really.

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  It’s Presidents’ Day in the U.S., and we celebrate the 44 men who have held the office, beginning with George Washington.  However, was George Washington really the first President?  Seems like the simplest question that even a child could answer, but it’s not exactly as clear-cut as you’d think. (As an aside, Donald Trump is the 45th president, but the 44rd man to hold the office, as Grover Cleveland’s two terms were not consecutive, making him both the 21st and

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Survival Medicine Hour: Anaphylaxis, Ear Infections, Hemorrhage

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The Survival Medicine Hour, hosted by Joe Alton, MD aka Dr. Bones and Amy Alton, ARNP, aka Nurse Amy of https://www.doomandbloom.net/ brings you a few topics, including ear infections, bleeding control and the final part 3 of the allergy series: anaphylaxis. Monday, February 20, 2017 is President’s Day, but do you know about the pre-George Washington “Presidents”? Do you also know who held the presidential office twice, but not with consecutive terms? Severe allergic reactions may cause body-wide reactions called

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Allergies: What You Need To Know, Pt. 1

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Allergies are reactions caused by a hypersensitivity of the immune system to a substance ingested or in the environment (an “allergen”). These substances may cause little or no effect in most people, but a percentage of the population may experience significant symptoms that can affect quality of life, or even threaten life itself. A SHORT HISTORY OF ALLERGIES If you told a doctor a little more than a hundred years ago that you had an allergy, he/she wouldn’t recognize the

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