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Dr. David Allingham, M.D.
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Dr. David Allingham is an emergency medicine doctor in Oakton, Virginia. He received his medical degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School and has been in practice for more than 20 years. He also speaks multiple languages, including Spanish.
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Wait – grab a bottle of water to drink while you read this. Yes, medical personnel caution us that most people are at least slightly dehydrated most of the time. Our bodies require a lot of water: youngsters are prone to drink sweetened fluids, and older, more sedentary folks just don’t bother to drink enough. This becomes a habit – a lazy habit. And the ensuing dehydration reduces our energy. Be mindful of this need. Remember, water is essential to life. It provides energy to every cell in your body. And you may recall that a raisin is a dehydrated grape.
Sometimes you are in the hospital or just having a routine visit to the doctor, when they say that you need lab work done, such as a blood test. However, does Medicare cover lab work? Laboratory tests are commonly used to diagnose illness. What kind of lab work could...
You might of seen this on the internet or heard it mentioned, but people signing up for Medical Sharing Plans is becoming more and more common. This is especially so as people lose their jobs that once provided insurance, gain jobs that do not offer insurance, or the...
Dry eye is a common condition in which a person's eyes do not produce enough quality tears to properly lubricate the eyes. Tears are absolutely necessary for the nourishment and care of the eye. Tears maintain the outer eyes, providing the user with clear vision and...
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