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Mclaren Macomb's Living Better Club
Mclaren Macomb's Living Better Club : Timeline Photos     Each week we ask our ER team what they are seeing a lot of in the Emergency Room.

This week Dr. Stephanie Hernandez, a McLaren Macomb emergency physician, reports:

*Upper Respiratory Infections - During the past week, emergency physicians have seen an increase in children and adults with upper respiratory infections with symptoms of sore throat, cough and sneezing.

*Orthopedic injuries - Emergency physicians have also seen an increase in orthopedic injuries. Most injuries are sprains, strains and fractures. The injuries were usually sustained during school sports or adults doing outdoor chores.

*Gastroenteritis - Although the number of cases has started to taper off, emergency physicians have treated several children and adults for gastroenteritis with symptoms of vomiting, diarrhea and fever.    

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Jean Atkins
Jean Atkins : Timeline Photos     Honeysuckle is a medicinal flower that has been revered for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and calming and relaxing properties. It is a potent detoxifier and is known to swiftly remove poisons and heat from the body. Honeysuckle is also very helpful for respiratory problems such as bronchitis, COPD, asthma, coughs, and colds and acts as an expectorant and emollient to help clear and soothe respiratory passages. Honeysuckle has also been known to help treat diarrhea, chronic gastroenteritis, fever, urinary tract infections, digestive disorders, ulcers, and skin infections. It is highly beneficial for fighting off the bacteria that causes strep throat, tuberculosis, and salmonella poisoning and for helping to alleviate headaches and nausea. Honeysuckle’s anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties make it particularly good for those suffering from auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, bursitis, and chronic fatigue syndrome or those who suffer with edema, bloating, and water retention. Honeysuckle is often prepared as a tea with 1 tsp of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Pour boiling water over herb and let steep for 10 minutes or more and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Essential oil of honeysuckle is a popular addition to massage oils, soaps, creams, and vaporizers as it is known to help relax and calm the body, mind, and soul. Honeysuckle cream is also very beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, skin rash, rosacea, as well as for anti-aging and wrinkle prevention. It is also commonly found in hair care products due to its ability to add volume, shine, and elasticity to hair as well to keep the scalp healthy and clear.    
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Beth Eyres
Beth Eyres : Gastroenteritis... thought he (doctor) was havin a laugh! I feel like shit :/... great stuff!.. Not.
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Karen Davis
Karen Davis : Seriously this gastroenteritis/ headache cough flu is for the birds! Crying in pain at 6:30am. No sleep last night. Ugh.
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Dc Clinics Obipump Ekenguru Aboh Mbaise
Dc Clinics Obipump Ekenguru Aboh Mbaise : Timeline Photos     Honeysuckle is a medicinal flower that has been revered for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and calming and relaxing properties. It is a potent detoxifier and is known to swiftly remove poisons and heat from the body. Honeysuckle is also very helpful for respiratory problems such as bronchitis, COPD, asthma, coughs, and colds and acts as an expectorant and emollient to help clear and soothe respiratory passages. Honeysuckle has also been known to help treat diarrhea, chronic gastroenteritis, fever, urinary tract infections, digestive disorders, ulcers, and skin infections. It is highly beneficial for fighting off the bacteria that causes strep throat, tuberculosis, and salmonella poisoning and for helping to alleviate headaches and nausea. Honeysuckle’s anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties make it particularly good for those suffering from auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, bursitis, and chronic fatigue syndrome or those who suffer with edema, bloating, and water retention. Honeysuckle is often prepared as a tea with 1 tsp of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Pour boiling water over herb and let steep for 10 minutes or more and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Essential oil of honeysuckle is a popular addition to massage oils, soaps, creams, and vaporizers as it is known to help relax and calm the body, mind, and soul. Honeysuckle cream is also very beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, skin rash, rosacea, as well as for anti-aging and wrinkle prevention. It is also commonly found in hair care products due to its ability to add volume, shine, and elasticity to hair as well to keep the scalp healthy and clear.    
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Rhonda Richardson Patty
Rhonda Richardson Patty : Timeline Photos     Honeysuckle is a medicinal flower that has been revered for thousands of years for its anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial, and calming and relaxing properties. It is a potent detoxifier and is known to swiftly remove poisons and heat from the body. Honeysuckle is also very helpful for respiratory problems such as bronchitis, COPD, asthma, coughs, and colds and acts as an expectorant and emollient to help clear and soothe respiratory passages. Honeysuckle has also been known to help treat diarrhea, chronic gastroenteritis, fever, urinary tract infections, digestive disorders, ulcers, and skin infections. It is highly beneficial for fighting off the bacteria that causes strep throat, tuberculosis, and salmonella poisoning and for helping to alleviate headaches and nausea. Honeysuckle’s anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties make it particularly good for those suffering from auto-immune diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis, Crohn’s disease, fibromyalgia, lupus, bursitis, and chronic fatigue syndrome or those who suffer with edema, bloating, and water retention. Honeysuckle is often prepared as a tea with 1 tsp of dried herb to 1 cup of water. Pour boiling water over herb and let steep for 10 minutes or more and sweeten with raw honey if desired. Essential oil of honeysuckle is a popular addition to massage oils, soaps, creams, and vaporizers as it is known to help relax and calm the body, mind, and soul. Honeysuckle cream is also very beneficial for eczema, psoriasis, skin rash, rosacea, as well as for anti-aging and wrinkle prevention. It is also commonly found in hair care products due to its ability to add volume, shine, and elasticity to hair as well to keep the scalp healthy and clear.    
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