Coronavirus concern: What should I do if I come in contact with someone who has recently travelled? Watch Dr. Marc Rabinowitz as he tackles this and other relevant Coronavirus concerns at https://215prevent.com/viewourvideos/
Watch this tip of the day from Dr. Marc Rabinowitz of Prevention First Healthcare. The elderly are most susceptible when it comes to COVID-19. Please be careful when visiting senior or elderly relatives and friends.
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Dr. Marc Rabinowitz was quoted in this recent Reader’s Digest Article about 14 Body Odors you should never ignore. by Lisa Marie Conklin.
We’ve outlined parts of the article below. To read it in it’s entirety, go to Readersdigest.com.
Body odor, from head to toes, can alert doctors to potential health issues—even cancer. Find out what those distinctive smells may signal.
Breath that smells musty or similar to garlic and rotten eggs is annoying on its own; it’s very concerning if you haven’t actually been eating garlic or eggs. Marc S. Rabinowitz, MD, of Prevention First Healthcare tells Reader’s Digest that if the liver starts failing at its job of detoxifying the blood—this can happen with cirrhosis, for example—your breath can go sour. It’s important to see your doctor soon: A study in the Journal of Chromatography B reveals that cirrhosis of the liver can be virtually symptom-free; this may be your best and earliest warning sign. Check out these 8 tips for getting rid of garlic breath.
“A person with kidney failure may have breath that smells like ammonia or urine,” says Dr. Rabinowitz. That’s because your kidneys are failing to filter waste products from your body. Kidney failure comes on slowly: If you also have muscle cramps or swelling in your feet and ankles, or if your bathroom habits have changed, get checked out in a hurry. Check out these 12 diseases doctors can detect by smell.
How to stay healthy as you age.
Remain physically fit.
Find exercise plan that fits into your lifestyle. Strive towards a goal to run a 10K or 5K race or walk, tone your muscles, get stronger and have more balance. Contact Dr. Marc Rabinowitz for exercise ideas at any age.
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Are you over 70 years old and taking aspirin to prevent stroke or heart attack? The latest studies from the New England Journal of Medicine provides new information to discuss with your doctor. There may not be a benefit to taking aspirin as a preventative measure if you are healthy and over 70.
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Even after a week, that nagging cough won’t go away. “Maybe you should see the doctor,” your spouse suggests. The doctor? For a cough? And some sniffling? And an achy throat?
There is a certain comfort that comes with the words “I feel fine.” The phrase provides a security blanket that assures us that if we are not feeling certain symptoms, we are “safe” for the time being. And if I am feeling fine, why do I need to see a doctor? I am not looking for trouble.
You don’t wait until your car breaks down before you get the oil changed. Why would you wait for your body to break down before you go to the doctor? By seeing a doctor on an annual basis, you not only add years to your life, but most importantly, you add life to your years.