Author Archives: Dr. Keith Ramsey

Osteopathic Medical School in Utah

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Prescriptions Too Expensive

Prescriptions Too Expensive?  We have regular calls from parents about the high cost of their prescription medicines. Due to high deductible insurance plans, the costs of prescriptions are being shifted to the patients. The following are tips to reduce rx … Continue reading

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ADHD Handout

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Calcium and Vitamin D RDA

Vitamin D Table 2: Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDAs) for Vitamin D [1] Age Male Female Pregnancy Lactation 0–12 months* 400 IU (10 mcg) 400 IU (10 mcg) 1–13 years 600 IU (15 mcg) 600 IU (15 mcg) 14–18 years 600 … Continue reading

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Butter Reduces Diabetes Risk

Daily Butter Lowers Diabetes Risk Nine studies covering 600,000 people were analyzed. Consuming butter did not increase stroke, coronary heart disease or cardiovascular disease. Eating one tablespoon of butter daily led to a 1% increase in mortality risk and 4% … Continue reading

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Better and Best Insect Repellents for Children

http://www.aappublications.org/news/2016/06/28/Repellent062816  

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Migraines and Chronic Headaches

Chronic Migraines Due to Vitamin D Deficiency The Annual Scientific Meeting of the American Headache Society has reported that those with chronic migraines and headaches have significant deficiencies of Vitamin D, Riboflavin (B-2) and Coenzyme Q10. Seventy percent of those … Continue reading

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Fathers Matter to Children

Fathers Matter A report in Pediatrics says, ” Researchers found that preschoolers with involved fathers were less likely to have mental health symptoms such as aggression or anxiety, while older youths whose fathers were involved had a lower likelihood of … Continue reading

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What to do for Teething

Teething gets blamed for more problems than it causes. In my experience, the average age for the first tooth erupting is about 9 months. This is different than the ages that I have seen reported in other sources. Other than … Continue reading

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When Should I Worry about a Stomachache?

When Should I Worry about a Stomachache? This is a question we get daily. A stomachache is something that everyone has had or will have. Stomachaches are a symptom of so many illnesses and conditions, that it would be almost … Continue reading

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