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Need a primary care doctor: Internal medicine or family medicine?
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Regarding training, a Family Medicine (FM) doctor and an Internal Medicine (IM) doctor who practices primary care are very similar. Both receive 3 years of residency training, in both the hospital and ...

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Permanent stuffy nose...?
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To answer your question: yes, adults can receive surgery for a deviated septum. All surgeries have recovery time and the potential for complications, and this one does not resolve symptoms 100% of the ...

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pouring honey in nose for sinus infections
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For nasty sinus infections, which are generally bacterial, "fighting the bacteria with lots of sugar" seems like a very bad idea to me. Viral sinusitis generally resolves within a few days - it's ...

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Am I really sleeping if I wake up with lingering memory of my dream many times into the night?
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Superficially, yes, that sounds like fairly poor sleep. Don't loose hope entirely, though - in general, when people say "I never fell asleep all night" or "I kept waking up in the middle of the night",...

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control anger with persons
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If you desire professional assistance, psychologists have specific training in therapy that can help. A therapist will likely work on developing skills based around becoming aware when you are ...

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What is the food with highest calorie per unit price that you can buy and eat regularly?
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For millennia, "Rice and Beans" have been a staple worldwide for good reason: they are cheap crops that together provide a "compete protien", that is, every type of amino acid that we cannot ...

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Very painful sex AND flaccid after foreplay
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Disclaimer: Health Stack Exchange is for educational purposes. I speak about these problems in general; I cannot give you health advice. There are several possible causes for insertional pain like ...

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are there open-source (non-copyrighted) medical knowledge-bases?
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Medline Plus, as suggested by user7947, is one of my favorite free, patient-oriented medical resources. emedicine.medscape.com is a good source for free, physician-oriented medical resources. Some ...

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