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Calcium and Calcium Supplements

Diverticulitis Diet (Soft Diet)    
    The soft diet is considered to be a "diet as tolerated."  The soft diet can be used as a
    short-term step in the progression from liquid to solid forms.

Elimination Diet

Gluten Free Diet (from

Gluten Free Diet (from gives more information and recipes for gluten free living.

Iron, The Powerhouse Mineral
    Iron is a powerhouse mineral.  It can make a big difference in how well you work, play
    and learn.  Iron is a part of the hemoglobin molecule in your blood that ...

Low Cholesterol, Fat Controled Diet
    The low cholesterol, fat controlled diet's purpose is to reduce the amount of cholesterol
    and other fatty substances in the blood.  Saturated fats tend to ...

Low Cholesterol, Low Simple Sugar Diet
    The purpose of this low cholesterol, low simple sugar diet is to lower serum triglyceride
    and cholesterol levels.  It lists what foods are included and what ...

Low Fat, Low Cholesterol Diet - 1200 Calories  

Low Fat, Low Cholesterol Diet - 1500 Calories

Low Fat, Low Cholesterol Diet - 1800 Calories

Low Residue Diet

Reactive and Fasting Hypoglycemia
    What is hypoglycemia?  Hypoglycemia means low blood glucose (sugar).  Glucose is
    the substance that our bodies use for energy.  After eating, food is ...

Sodium Restricted Diet
    This 2000 mg sodium diet discusses the general rules and what foods to omit when
    trying to reduce the amount of sodium in your diet.

Type 2 Diabetes Meal Planner
    Eating healthy foods and adding variety to your menus is easier than you think.  Your
    doctor or healthcare provider can help you develop a meal plan that helps ...
Exercise Treatment for Ankle Sprain

Exercise Treatment for Tennis Elbow
    This information sheet discusses exercises like: arm curl, wrist curl, unbalanced wrist
    rotation, elbow stretch, reverse arm curl, reverse wrist curl ...

Exercises for Cervical Strain
    Stretching exercises are an important part of treatment to relieve discomfort in your
    neck.  Read more about how to help restore motion and relieve pain ...

Exercises for Knee Rehabilitation
    This information sheet gives you general information on knee exercises.

Exercises for Shoulder Disorders
    Exercise is an important part of treatment to relieve stiffness and discomfort in your
    shoulder area.  This information sheet gives hints for healthy shoulders.

Exercises for Thoracic-Outlet Syndrome
    This information sheet discusses six exercises for thoracic-outlet syndrome.

Hip and Knee: Stretching
    Exercises involving the standing hamstring stretch and the seated hamstring stretch.

Patellofemoral Syndrome (Chondromalacia) Exercises
    Knee pain is a very common problem among people who are active in sports.  Studies
    have shown that the so-called patellofemoral pain syndrome ...

Pelvic Floor Muscle Exercises
    Why do pelvic floor muscle exercises and how or when to do them.

Plantar Fasciitis Exercises
    Plantar fasciitis (heel-spur syndrome) is a common problem among people who are
    active in sports, particularly runners.  It starts as a dull intermittent ...

Treatment for Back Pain
6 to 8 Year Old Well Child Visit

9 to 12 Year Old Well Child Visit

Chickenpox Isn't Just An Itchy, Contagious Rash
    Chickenpox isn't just an itchy, contagious rash. Chickenpox can cause serious
    problems.  Get vaccinated against this disease!

Chicken Pox Vaccine  
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Why get vaccinated? Who should get the
    vaccine? Some people should not get chickenpox vaccine or should wait.

Diphtheria Tetanus & Pertussis Vaccines  
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Why get vaccinated against diptheria, tetanus,
    and pertussis.

Fever in Children
    This information sheet describes fever in Children.  It discusses: Fever Facts,
    Treatment and How to Take a Temperature.

H1N1 Influenza Information from the Medina Health Department
    PDF fact sheets from the Medina Health Department regarding the H1N1 Influenza

Haemophilus Influenzae Type b (Hib) Vaccine  
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Learn more from this information sheet about
    Hib disease.

Hepatitis A Vaccine  

Hepatitis B Vaccine

How to Detect and Treat Head Lice
    If your child has come home with head lice, don't panic!  This inforation sheet tells how
    to Inspect, Treat and Clean Up the Home Environment.

HPV (Human Papillomavirus) Vaccine
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Genital human papillomavirus (HPV) is the
    most common sexually transmitted virus in the United States.  Find out who should get
    vaccinated and when.

Inactivated Influenza Vaccine
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Influenza ("flu") is a very contagious disease.  It
    is caused by the influenza virus, which spreads from infected persons to the nose or
    throat of others.

Measles, Mumps & Rubella Vaccines
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Measles, mumps and rubella are serious
    diseases.  Find out who should receive the vaccine and when.

Meningococcal Meningitis: What College Students and Parents Need to Know
    Meningococcal meningitis is a rare but potentially fatal bacterial infection.  College
    students have been found to be at increased risk and this information sheet
    discusses what causes meningitis and its symptoms.

Meningococcal Vaccines
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Meningococcal disease is a serious illness
    caused by a bacteria.  This vaccine has been available since the 1970s.

Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Infection with streptococcus pneumoniae
    bacteria is responsible for 200 deaths each year among children under 5 years old.  
    Learn more about this vaccine by reading this information sheet from the CDC.

Pneumococcal Polysaccharide Vaccine
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Pneumococcal disease is a serious disease
    that causes much sickness and death.  Learn more about the pneumococcal
    polysaccharide vaccine.

Polio Vaccine
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: In 1916, a polio epidemic in the United States
    killed 6,000 people and paralyzed 27,000 more.  Find out who should receive the polio
    vaccine and when.

Rotavirus Vaccine
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Rotavirus is a virus that causes severe
    diarrhea, mostly in babies and young children.  This information sheet from the CDC
    discusses who should get it and when.

Shingles Vaccine
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: What is singles? The Shingles vaccine; Some
    people should not get shingles vaccine or should wait.

Tetanus, Diphtheria Pertussis (Tdap) Vaccine
    What you Need to Know from the CDC: Why get vaccinated? Tdap and related
    vaccines; Who should get Tdap vaccine and when? Some people should not get Tdap
    vaccine or should wait.

Tetanus and Diptheria Vaccine (Td)
    From the CDC, this information sheet describes what you need to know before you or
    your child gets the Td vaccine.
Blood Pressure Record
    Track your blood pressure with this handy record of your systolic and diastolic

Depression: What Everyone Should Know & Depression Self-Quiz
    To find out if you have depression, take this self-quiz and discuss it with your doctor
    who can then determine if you have depression.

GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease): What does this mean?
    What is the goal of treatment and what can be done to relieve the symptoms of
    gastroesophageal reflux disease.

Head Injury: Care of Patient Not Requiring Hospitalization
    Any head injury may be dangerous, whether or not the injured person becomes
    unconscious.  The first 24 hours are the most critical.

Information and Instructions on Blepharitis
    What is Blepharitis?  This information sheet discusses this disorder of the border of
    the eyelid and what can be done about it.
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