Everybody 'stunk' at Broncos-Texans j...

Everybody 'stunk' at Broncos-Texans joint practice Tuesday

There are 5 comments on the Mile High Report story from Aug 19, 2014, titled Everybody 'stunk' at Broncos-Texans joint practice Tuesday. In it, Mile High Report reports that:

A 34-0 whooping of a near-NFC Champion , even in the preseason, can give a player a bit of confidence.

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OBriens Butt-Chin

Houston, TX

#1 Aug 20, 2014
Thats what happens when you get a group of fat ex-Patriots coaches together at high altitudes...they fart a lot...
Jake the Zoo Bartender

Miami, FL

#2 Aug 20, 2014
I thought catching just a whiff of Brady's jockstank made coaches and players better.
Football Fan

Cypress, CA

#3 Aug 23, 2014
Jake the Zoo Bartender wrote:
I thought catching just a whiff of Brady's jockstank made coaches and players better.
The technical term for your condition is STUPID.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#4 Aug 25, 2014
Diagnosis

Diagnosis of IBS is based on characteristic bowel patterns, time and character of pain, and exclusion of other disease processes through physical examination and routine diagnostic tests. Standardized criteria have been developed for IBS. The Rome criteria for IBS includes abdominal pain relieved with defecation and a varying pattern of altered stool frequency or form, bloating, or mucus. The key to diagnosis is effective history taking, which requires attention to directed, but not controlled, elaboration of the presenting symptoms, history of present illness, past medical history, family history, familial interrelationships, and drug and dietary histories. Equally important are the patient's interpretation of personal problems and overall emotional state. The quality of patient-physician interaction is key to diagnostic and therapeutic efficacy.

On physical examination, patients with IBS generally appear to be healthy. Palpation of the abdomen may reveal tenderness, particularly in the left lower quadrant, at times associated with a palpable, tender sigmoid. A routine digital rectal examination should be performed on all patients, and a pelvic examination on women.

Stool examination for occult blood (preferably a 3-day series) should be performed. Routine testing for ova and parasites or a stool culture is rarely indicated without a supporting travel history or supporting symptoms (eg, fever, bloody diarrhea, acute onset of severe diarrhea).

Proctosigmoidoscopy with a flexible fiberoptic instrument should be performed. Introduction of the sigmoidoscope and air insufflation frequently trigger bowel spasm and pain. The mucosal and vascular pattern in IBS usually appears normal. In patients with chronic diarrhea, particularly older women, mucosal biopsy can rule out possible microscopic colitis, which has two variants: collagenous colitis, seen on trichrome stain as increased submucosal collagen deposition, and lymphocytic colitis, characterized by increased numbers of mucosal lymphocytes. The mean age of presentation for these disorders is 60 to 65 yr, with a female predominance. Similar to IBS, presentation involves nonbloody, watery diarrhea. Diagnosis can be made via rectal mucosal biopsy.
Flatulence Fred

Houston, TX

#5 Aug 25, 2014
NATURAL PRESCRIPTION FOR FLATULENCE

Avoid gas-promoting foods, including beans, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cabbage, cauliflower, eggplant, radishes, and onions.

When you cook beans, be sure to soak them for at least twelve hours in cold water. Discard the soaking water, rinse Carefully, and cook ' thoroughly until the beans are tender.

Sprinkle Beano on your first bite of a gas-promoting food. Beano is available at pharmacies.

Try activated charcoal tablets, available at health food stores, which absorb odors. Follow the directions on the package. Don't take them within two hours of any medication.

If you are lactose intolerant, use Lactaid, a product that helps digest the sugar in milk. Take one acidophilus tablet three times a day.

Avoid the following, which introduce excess air and gas into your system: smoking, chewing gum, drinking carbonated drinks, and drinking from water fountains.

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