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10 Things You Didn't Know You Could Get a Prescription For

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10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Get a Prescription Forten tdsingz iu dident nou iu ked guet e preskripshen faúr
  
Doctors have been prescribing medicine for far longer than most people realize. Early prescriptions were etched on clay tablets over 4,000 years ago. The first drugstore was in Baghdad in the eighth century. Medicine has evolved greatly in that time, and the number of prescriptions doctors prescribe has skyrocketed. Upwards of 4.69 billion were filled in America in 2021. And, as it turns out, some prescriptions are for things a little more unexpected than Lipitor or Amoxicillindakterz jev bin priskraibing medesen fer far laúngguer tden moust pipel rielaiz. errli preskripshenz wer etcht an klei táblets ouver faúr tdsauz(e)nd iirz egou. tde ferrst drúgstaúr wez in bágdád in tdi eittds sentcheri. medesen jez ivalvd greitli in tdet taim, end tde númber ev preskripshenz dakterz preskraib jez skairaketid. úpwerdz úv faúr paúint sikstinain bilien wer fild in emereke in twúnti twúnti wún. ánd, ez it terrnz aut, sem preskripshenz er fer tdsingz e litel maúr únikspektid tden Lipitor aúr emaúksesilin
  
10. Rectal Dilatorsten. rektel daileiterz
The 18th and 19th centuries were not necessarily a period of enlightenment, as far as medicine was concerned. There was a lot of quackery afoot and treatments that were at best useless and at worst deadly were rolled out for all manner of ailments. This was the era that gave us heavy narcotics as a cure for just about any condition, not to mention things like tobacco enemas and white lead smears.tdi ei(t).tintieitch ánd naintintieitch sentcheriz wer nat nesesereli e piried ev enlaitenment, ez far ez medesen wez kenserrnd. tder wez e lat ev kwákeri efut end tritments tdet wer et best iusles end et werrst dedli wer rould aut fer aúl máner ev eilments. tdis wez tdi ere tdet gueiv es jevi narkatiks ez e kiur fer dllest ebaut eni kendishen, nat te menshen tdsingz laik tebákou enemez end wait lid smirz.
Not everything that doctors prescribed at this time was medicine, there were also medical devices. Or maybe “alleged” medical devices, like rectal dilators. Sold in a series of graduated sizes, patients were advised to insert the rubber dilator until their rectum had adjusted, then move on up a size. The obvious question now is why. Why would anyone do this? According to the packaging, this was a cure for piles, constipation, headache, stomach disorders, insomnia, and even weak heart action. Who knew the butt was such a pathway to health?nat evritdsing tdet dakterz priskraibd et tdis taim wez medesen, tder wer aúlsou medekel divaisez. aúr meibi “eledlld” medekel divaisez, laik rektel daileiterz. sould in e siriz ev grádllueitid saizez, peishents wer ádvaizd tu inserrt tde rúber daileiter entil tder rektem jed edllústed, tden muv an úp e saiz. tdi abvies kwestchen nau ez wai. wai wed eniwún du tdis? ekaúrding te tde pákidlling, tdis wez e kiur fer pailz, kanstepeishen, jedeik, stúmek disaúrderz, insamnie, end ivin wik jart ákshen. ju nu tde bút wez sútch e pátdswei te jeltds?
Obviously that was past and now we live in a more progressive time, right? Well, tell that to Sandy Springs, Georgia, which made the sale of any kind of adult-oriented devices like vibrators illegal unless buyers had a prescription from their doctors.abviesli tdet wez pást end nau wi liv in e maúr pregresiv taim, rait? wel, tel tdet te sándi springz, dllaúrdlle, witch meid tde seil ev eni kaind ev edúlt-aúriented divaisez laik vaibreiterz iliguel enles baierz jed e preskripshen frem tder dakterz.
  
9. Beernain. bir
If you’ve ever had an extended stay in a hospital, you’ve experienced hospital food. It’s made to be fairly bland by design because the last thing a hospital wants is to make people even sicker. So generally you get mild, flavorless, textureless sustenance. But they will throw in a curveball now and then.if iuv ever jed en ikstended stei in e jaspitel, iuv ikspirienst jaspitel fud. its meid te bi ferli blánd bai dizain bikez tde lást tdsing e jaspitel wants iz te meik pipel ivin siker. sou dllenereli iu guet maild, fleiverrles, tekstcherles sústenens. bet tdei wil tdsrou in e kervbal nau end tden.
Some hospitals provide beer by prescription to some patients. It may be prescribed for patients going through withdrawal to help them ease their symptoms. In at least one hospital in Canada, patients are prescribed a small daily dose of vodka to help overcome their alcoholism. The concept dates back to Prohibition times when people could be exempted from the ban if their doctor signed off on it. Prescriptions were written for beer and even whiskey back then. Consider it like medical marijuana prescriptions closer to the present. Whiskey doesn’t have a whole lot of medicinal value, of course, and the prescriptions seemed to just be a way for doctors to make a few extra bucks.sem jaspitelz prevaid bir bai preskripshen te sem peishents. it mei bi priskraibd fer peishents gouing tdsru witddraúel te jelp tdem iz tder simptemz. in et list wún jaspitel in kánede, peishents er priskraibd e smaúl deili dous ev vadke te jelp ouverkúm tder álkejaúlizem. tde kansept deits bák te prouebishen taimz wen pipel ked bi igzemptid frem tde bán if tder dakter saind aúf an it. preskripshenz wer riten fer bir end ivin wiski bák tden. kensider it laik medekel merewane preskripshenz klouser te tde prezent. wiski dúzent jev e joul lat ev medisenel váliu, ev kaúrs, end tde preskripshenz simd te dllest bi e wei fer dakterz te meik e fiu ekstre búks.
  
8. Lubricanteit. lubrekent
We already covered how some intimate items have been the subject of prescriptions in various times and places, but it doesn’t just end there. Even things like KY Jelly have been prescription-only.wi aúlredi kúverd jau sem intemet aitemz jev bin tde súbdllikt ev preskripshenz in veries taimz end pleisez, bet it dúzent dllest end tder. ivin tdsingz laik kei-wai dlleli jev bin preskripshen-ounli.
The water soluble personal lubricant is made mostly of glycerol and hydroxyethylcellulose. There are a handful of preservative and antiseptic ingredients as well, but nothing close to a narcotic or anything really dangerous at all. Despite that, it was introduced in 1917 when it was available by prescription only. It wasn’t until 1980 that you could buy the stuff over the counter.tde waúter saliebel perrsinil lubrekent ez meid moustli ev gliseroul end jidraúksietdselseliuleuz. tder er e jándful ev prizerrvetiv end ánteseptik ingridients ez wel, bet nútdsing klous tu e narkatik aúr enitdsing rili deindlleres et aúl. dispait tdát, it wez intredust in naintinseventiin wen it wez eveilebel bai preskripshen ounli. it wazent entil naintineiti tdát iu ked bai tde stúf ouver tde kaunter.
It’s still prescribed today for some patients to deal with symptoms relating to conditions that cause excessive dryness. A doctor may prescribe it so that it can potentially be covered by drug benefit plans rather than paying out of pocket for it.its stil priskraibd tedei fer sem peishents te dil witd simptemz rileiting te kendishenz tdet kaz iksesiv draines. e dakter mei preskraib it sou tdet it ken petensheli bi kúverd bai drúg benefit plánz rátder tden peiing aut ev paket fer it.
  
7. The ADHD Video Gameseven. tdi ei-di-eitch-di vidiou gueim
Minecraft is the top-selling video game of all time, with around 238 million copies sold. That’s a lot of blocks. For years, parents, encouraged by the media, have feared that video games were causing their children problems, including things like ADHD. There’s no evidence that’s the case, however. In fact, there’s evidence that video games may help kids with ADHD, so much so that there’s a video game that can be prescribed by doctors to help treat it called EndeavorRx.Mainkráft ez tde tap-seling vidiou gueim ev aúl taim, witd eraund tu júndred tdserrdi eit milien kapiz sould. tdáts e lat ev blaks. fer iirz, perents, enkerridlld bai tde midie, jev fird tdet vidiou gueimz wer kazing tder tchildren prablemz, inkluding tdsingz laik ei-di-eitch-di. tderz nou evedens tdáts tde keis, jauever. in fákt, tderz evedens tdet vidiou gueimz mei jelp kidz witd ei-di-eitch-di, sou mútch sou tdet tderz e vidiou gueim tdet ken bi priskraibd bai dakterz te jelp trit it kaúld Endev.ɚareks.
The game is designed for kids between eight and 12 years of age. It wasn’t just slapped together, either. Clinical trials of the game lasted six years and included 600 children. After four weeks of using the game, one-third of children report improvement in their abilities to concentrate. Half of parents agreed they’d seen a noticeable difference in their child day to day.tde gueim ez dizaind fer kidz bitwin eit ánd twelv iirz ev eidll. it wazent dllest slápt teguetder, itder. klinekel traielz ev tde gueim lásted siks iirz end inkluded siks júndred tchildren. áfter faúr wiks ev iuzing tde gueim, wún-tdserrd ev tchildren ripaúrt impruvment in tder ebiletiz te kansentreit. jáf ev perents egrid tdeid sin e noutesebel diferens in tder tchaild dei te dei.
The game works by using sensory stimuli and motor challenges to target portions of the brain related to attention and concentration according to its creators. That said, critics think it’s mostly smoke and mirrors and little more than a scam.tde gueim werrks bai iuzing senseri stimielai end mouter tchálendlliz te targuet paúrshenz ev tde brein rileitid tu etenshen end kansentreishen ekaúrding tu its krieiterz. tdát sed, kritiks tdsingk its moustli smouk end mirerz end litel maúr tden e skám.
  
6. Leechessiks. litchiz
Once upon a time, a doctor might prescribe leeches to you if he thought your blood was giving you flatulence. Have the little guys suck out a bit of the bad stuff and you’d get better, was the thinking. More commonly it was used to treat things like fever, which were thought to be caused by an imbalance of the humors. Basically, you had too much blood, and it made you hot. They’d be placed inside your nostrils, your lips, or all sorts of places to help alleviate symptoms.wúns epaún e taim, e dakter mait preskraib litchiz te iu if ji tdsaút ier blúd wez guiving iu flátchelens. jev tde litel gaiz súk aut e bit ev tde bád stúf end iud guet beter, wez tde tdsingking. maúr kamenli it wez iuzd te trit tdsingz laik fiver, witch wer tdsaút te bi kazd bai en imbálens ev tde jiumerz. beisikli, iu jed tu mútch blúd, end it meid iu jat. tdeid bi pleist insaid ier nastrelz, ier lips, aúr aúl saúrts ev pleisez te jelp elivieit simptemz.
While to modern sensibilities, this seems like quackery, it’s not entirely baseless. In fact, leeches are still prescribed by some doctors to this day. They’re not used to treat anything like a fever or hemorrhoids as they once were, but they do have a place. For instance, if a person has suffered a severed digit that was sewn back on, leech therapy could be prescribed to stimulate blood flow and prevent clotting as the repaired finger heals.wail te madern sensibilitiz, tdis simz laik kwákeri, its nat intaierli beisles. in fákt, litchiz er stil priskraibd bai sem dakterz te tdis dei. tder nat iuzd te trit enitdsing laik e fiver aúr jemeraúidz ez tdei wúns werr, bet tdei du jev e pleis. fer instens, if e perrsen jez súferd e severd didllet tdet wez soun bák an, litch tdserepi ked bi priskraibd te stimieleit blúd flou end privent klating ez tde riperd fingguer jilz.
Leeches have a compound in their saliva called hirudin that prevents blood from coagulating. This is an ideal and weirdly natural way to promote healing and blood flow as a result.litchiz jev e kampaund in tder selaive kaúld jirudin tdet privents blúd frem kouáguieleiting. tdis iz en aidil end wirdli nátcherel wei te premout jiling end blúd flou ez e rizúlt.
  
They’re not the only creepy-crawly that might be prescribed these days, either. Maggot therapy is still being used in some cases as well. The larvae of flies have a knack for devouring rotten tissue while ignoring healthy stuff, so they can be used to clean wounds that are having trouble healing.tder nat tdi ounli kripi-kraúli tdet mait bi priskraibd tdiz deiz, itder. máguet tdserepi ez stil biing iuzd in sem keisez ez wel. tde larvi ev flaiz jev e nák fer divauering raten tisiu wail ignaúring jeltdsi stúf, sou tdei ken bi iuzd te klin wundz tdet er jáving trúbel jiling.
  
5. Passes for National Parksfaiv. pásez fer náshenel parks
Have you ever heard someone recommend you go outside and get some fresh under because it’ll do you good? Turns out there’s something to that idea, and doctors are getting on board with it in Canada. You can get a prescription for visiting a national park there.jev iu ever jerrd súmwún rekemend iu gou autsaid end guet sem fresh únder bikez itel du iu gud? terrnz aut tderz súmtdsing te tdet aidie, end dakterz er gueting an baúrd witd it in kánede. iu ken guet e preskripshen fer vizeting e náshenel park tder.
Canada has numerous national parks from coast to coast and typically these require the payment of an entrance fee. Those who make use of parks, especially for things like camping or fishing, find a Parks Canada Discovery Pass to be a worthwhile investment as it gives you access to all parks across the country for a whole year. That’s over 80 parks and 450,000 square kilometers of space. They cost $72.25 Canadian for an adult.kánede jez numeres náshenel parks frem koust te koust end tipikli tdiz rikwaier tde peiment ev en entrens fi. tdouz ju meik iuz ev parks, espeshli fer tdsingz laik kámping aúr fishing, faind e parks kánede diskúveri pás te bi e werrtdswail investment ez it guivz iu ákses tu aúl parks ekraús tde kúntri fer e joul iir. tdáts ouver eiti parks ánd faúr júndred end fifti tdsauzend skwer kelamúterz ev speis. tdei kast $seventi tu paúint twenti faiv keneidien fer en edúlt.
Doctors and some nurses are able to prescribe these passes in several provinces. Patients suffering from both mental and physical conditions are being given them based on evidence that indicates being immersed in nature can reduce anxiety and improve a person’s mental and physical wellbeing.dakterz end sem nerrsez er eibel te preskraib tdiz pásez in sevrel pravensez. peishents súfering frem boutds mentel end fizikel kendishenz er biing guiven tdem beist an evedens tdet indikeits biing imerrst in neitcher ken redus ángzaieti end impruv e perrsenz mentel end fizikel welbiing.
  
4. Cooking Classesfaúr. kuking klásez
Medicine has to always be evolving. We can’t rest on our laurels because people are always getting sick with something and there are always better ways to deal with it. Modern doctors, some of them anyway, have taken to thinking outside the box to try to treat the patient as a whole rather than focusing on a single symptom or condition. That’s how you end up getting prescription cooking classes.medesen jez tu aúlweiz bi ivalving. wi kánt rest an auer laúrelz bikez pipel er aúlweiz gueting sik witd súmtdsing end tder er aúlweiz beter weiz te dil witd it. madern dakterz, sem ev tdem eniwei, jev teiken te tdsingking autsaid tde baks te trai te trit tde peishent ez e joul rátder tden foukesing an e singguel simptem aúr kendishen. tdáts jau iu end úp gueting preskripshen kuking klásez.
Loneliness causes health problems. It’s been recognized by numerous health organizations for some time now. Social isolation is not good for people and can lead to increased risk for all manner of illness, both mental and physical. So rather than giving patients medication for the effects of conditions brought on by isolation and loneliness, doctors are getting ahead of the problem. Cooking classes and even walking groups are being prescribed to help people get out and be in the world with others. This was happening even before Covid, so it will probably ramp up once the pandemic has passed considering how much damage it’s done with increased isolation.lounlines kazez jeltds prablemz. its bin rekegnaizd bai numeres jeltds aúrguenezeishenz fer sem taim nau. soushel aiseleishen ez nat gud fer pipel end ken lid tu inkrist risk fer aúl máner ev ilnes, boutds mentel end fizikel. sou rátder tden guiving peishents medekeishen fer tdi ifekts ev kendishenz braút an bai aiseleishen end lounlines, dakterz er gueting ejed ev tde prablem. kuking klásez end ivin waúking grups er biing priskraibd te jelp pipel guet aut end bi in tde werrld witd útderz. tdis wez jápening ivin bifaúr kouvid, sou it wil prabebli rámp úp wúns tde pándemik jez pást kensidering jau mútch dámedll its dún witd inkrist aiseleishen.
  
3. Fruits and Veggiestdsri. fruts end vedlliz
Everyone knows that they should be eating fruits and vegetables, but in a lot of cases that’s more of a nice idea than a reality. Some people just have unhealthy habits and don’t eat properly, while others have fewer opportunities to do so. For some people in food deserts where access to fresh fruits and vegetables is difficult, eating healthy can be a real chore. For others, it can be cost prohibitive to maintain a healthy diet for themselves and their family as prices go up.evriwún nouz tdet tdei shed bi iting fruts end vedlltebelz, bet in e lat ev keisez tdáts maúr ev e nais aidie tden e riáleti. sem pipel dllest jev enjeltdsi jábets end dount it praperli, wail útderz jev fiuer apertunetiz te du sou. fer sem pipel in fud dezerts wer ákses te fresh fruts end vedlltebelz iz difekelt, iting jeltdsi ken bi e riel tchaúr. fer útderz, it ken bi kast proujibetiv te meintein e jeltdsi daiet fer tdemselvz end tder fámeli ez praisez gou úp.
New York City started a program where doctors could prescribe fruits and vegetables to those with conditions like high blood pressure and poor access to healthy food. The prescriptions are essentially just vouchers for healthy food and for many people, it’s a real benefit. They get to eat better and get healthier while the food is actually covered, so they’re getting some relief on their food bills.nu iaúrk siti started e prougrám wer dakterz ked preskraib fruts end vedlltebelz te tdouz witd kendishenz laik jai blúd presher end pur ákses te jeltdsi fud. tde preskripshenz er isensheli dllest vautcherz fer jeltdsi fud end fer meni pipel, its e riel benefit. tdei guet tu it beter end guet jeltdsier wail tde fud ez áktchueli kúverd, sou tder gueting sem rilif an tder fud bilz.
The program began at two hospitals back in 2013 but has continued for years. Patients receive coupons worth $2 a piece that can be used at hundreds of markets across New York. The Pharmacy to Farm Program was adopted in 2017 and gives patients $30 from participating pharmacies to spend on fruits and vegetables.tde prougrám bigán et tu jaspitelz bák in twenti tdserrtin bet jez kentiniud fer iirz. peishents resiv kupaúnz werrtds $tu e pis tdet ken bi iuzd et júndredz ev markets ekraús nu iaúrk. tde farmesi te farm prougrám wez edapted in twenti seventin end guivz peishents $tdserrdi frem partisepeiting farmesiz te spend an fruts end vedlltebelz.
  
2. Bicyclestu. baisikelz
With doctors prescribing things like nature and healthy foods, it’s not a stretch to imagine how a prescription bicycle might fit into the mix as well. In 2014, doctors in Boston began writing prescriptions as part of the “Prescribe-a-Bike” program which allowed low-income patients to subscribe to Hubway for $5 a year. Memberships are typically $11 per month. Hubway was the precursor to Blue Bikes, a bicycle sharing program based in Boston that started in 2011. By 2021, they had over 23,000 members.witd dakterz priskraibing tdsingz laik neitcher end jeltdsi fudz, its nat e stretch tu imádllen jau e preskripshen baisikel mait fit inte tde miks ez wel. in twenti faúrtin, dakterz in basten bigán raiting preskripshenz ez part ev tdi “preskraib-e-baik” prougrám witch elaud lou-inkúm peishents te sebskraib tu Júbwei faúr $faiv e iir. memberships er tipikli $ileven perr múntds. Júbwei wez tde prikerrser te blu baiks, e baisikel shering prougrám beist in basten tdet started in twenti ileven. bai twenti twúntiwún, tdei jed ouver twenti tdsri tdsauzend memberz.
The Prescribe A Bike program is meant to combat obesity, and it’s been a success. Another program started in Brooklyn and Portland as well. The UK has its own nationwide initiative.tde preskraib e baik prougrám ez ment te kambát oubiseti, end its bin e sekses. enútder prougrám started in bruklen end paúrtlend ez wel. tde iu-kei jez its oun neishenwaid inishetiv.
  
1. Radon Healing Mineswún. reidan jiling mainz
Most people never run afoul of radon gas but if you do, it may be thanks to it leaking into your house. Some homes have radon detectors in the basement because radon, a radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer, is present in soil. In certain places, it can seep into homes and build to toxic levels in the basement. And if it does that, why would you ever want to be exposed to it?moust pipel never rún efaul ev reidan gás bet if iu du, it mei bi tdsángks tu it liking inte ier jaus. sem joumz jev reidan ditekterz in tde beisment bikez reidan, e reidiouáktiv gás tdet ken kaz lúng kánser, iz prezent in saúil. in serrten pleisez, it ken sip inte joumz end bild te taksik levelz in tde beisment. end if it dez tdát, wai wed iu ever want te bi ikspouzd tu it?
Turns out radon also has therapeutic properties. Radon has been used for over a century to treat chronic pain and inflammation. In Montana, patients can even get a prescription to go sit in abandoned uranium mines full of it.terrnz aut reidan aúlsou jez tdserepiutik prapertiz. reidan jez bin iuzd fer ouver e sentcheri te trit kranik pein end inflemeishen. in mantáne, peishents ken ivin guet e preskripshen te gou sit in ebándend iereiniem mainz ful ev it.
Uranium decays into radon so old mines tend to be saturated in it. Because it’s been used as a treatment for pain and inflammation as well as various muscular disorders, patients with severe arthritis and other conditions find it beneficial. Clinics have been set up at old uranium minds to allow patients to simply sit in the old mines and soak it in. Radon levels in the mines are about 400 times what the EPA cites as safe.iereiniem dekeiz inte reidan sou ould mainz tend te bi sátchereited in it. bikez its bin iuzd ez e tritment fer pein end inflemeishen ez wel ez veries múskieler disaúrderz, peishents witd sevir artdsraites end útder kendishenz faind it benefishel. kliniks jev bin set úp et ould iereiniem maindz tu elau peishents te simpli sit in tdi ould mainz end souk it in. reidan levelz in tde mainz er ebaut faúr júndred taimz wút tdi i-pi-ei saits ez seif.
In other countries, radon hot springs are prescribed for therapeutic reasons and recognized by the healthcare community, but it’s less well regarded in America. The people sent to the Montana mines are the people who are in so much pain they’re debating between choosing radon or suicide, so it’s a serious issue even if it sounds bizarre on the surface.in útder kúntriz, reidan jat springz er priskraibd fer tdserepiutik rizenz end rekegnaizd bai tde jeltdsker kemiuneti, bet its les wel regarded in emereke. tde pipel sent te tde mantáne mainz er tde pipel ju er in sou mútch pein tder debeiting bitwin tchuzing reidan aúr suesaid, sou its e siries ishu ivin if it saundz bezar an tde serrfes.
The reason for the beneficial effects has never been seriously studied, so what is known is limited. The exposure may be promoting cell repair while eliminating free radicals and activating proteins that limit inflammation. Whatever the mechanism, it seems to work for some peopletde rizen fer tde benefishel ifekts jez never bin siriesli stúdid, sou wút ez noun ez limeted. tdi ikspoushller mei bi premouting sel riper wail ilimeneiting fri rádekelz end ákteveiting proutinz tdet limet inflemeishen. wútever tde mekenizem, it simz te werrk fer sem pipel

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10 Things You Didn’t Know You Could Get a Prescription For10 cosas que no sabías que te podían recetar
  
Doctors have been prescribing medicine for far longer than most people realize. Early prescriptions were etched on clay tablets over 4,000 years ago. The first drugstore was in Baghdad in the eighth century. Medicine has evolved greatly in that time, and the number of prescriptions doctors prescribe has skyrocketed. Upwards of 4.69 billion were filled in America in 2021. And, as it turns out, some prescriptions are for things a little more unexpected than Lipitor or AmoxicillinLos médicos llevan recetando medicamentos desde hace mucho más tiempo de lo que la mayoría de la gente cree. Las primeras recetas se grabaron en tablillas de arcilla hace más de 4.000 años. La primera farmacia se encontraba en Bagdad en el siglo VIII. La medicina ha evolucionado mucho en ese tiempo, y el número de recetas que los médicos prescriben se ha disparado. En 2021, se surtieron más de 4.690 millones de recetas en Estados Unidos. Y, como resulta, algunas recetas son para cosas un poco más inesperadas que Lipitor o Amoxicilina
  
10. Rectal Dilators10. Dilatadores rectales
The 18th and 19th centuries were not necessarily a period of enlightenment, as far as medicine was concerned. There was a lot of quackery afoot and treatments that were at best useless and at worst deadly were rolled out for all manner of ailments. This was the era that gave us heavy narcotics as a cure for just about any condition, not to mention things like tobacco enemas and white lead smears.Los siglos XVIII y XIX no fueron necesariamente un período de ilustración, en lo que respecta a la medicina. Había mucha charlatanería y se aplicaban tratamientos que, en el mejor de los casos, eran inútiles y, en el peor, mortales, para todo tipo de dolencias. Esta fue la época en la que se utilizaron grandes narcóticos para curar casi cualquier enfermedad, por no hablar de los enemas de tabaco y los frotis de plomo blanco.
Not everything that doctors prescribed at this time was medicine, there were also medical devices. Or maybe “alleged” medical devices, like rectal dilators. Sold in a series of graduated sizes, patients were advised to insert the rubber dilator until their rectum had adjusted, then move on up a size. The obvious question now is why. Why would anyone do this? According to the packaging, this was a cure for piles, constipation, headache, stomach disorders, insomnia, and even weak heart action. Who knew the butt was such a pathway to health?No todo lo que los médicos prescribían en esta época era medicina, también había dispositivos médicos. O quizás “supuestos” dispositivos médicos, como los dilatadores rectales. Vendidos en una serie de tamaños graduados, se aconsejaba a los pacientes que se introdujeran el dilatador de goma hasta que su recto se hubiera ajustado, y luego subieran de tamaño. La pregunta obvia ahora es por qué. ¿Por qué alguien haría esto? Según el envase, era una cura para las almorranas, el estreñimiento, el dolor de cabeza, los trastornos estomacales, el insomnio e incluso la debilidad del corazón. ¿Quién iba a saber que el trasero era un camino hacia la salud?
Obviously that was past and now we live in a more progressive time, right? Well, tell that to Sandy Springs, Georgia, which made the sale of any kind of adult-oriented devices like vibrators illegal unless buyers had a prescription from their doctors.Evidentemente, eso fue en el pasado y ahora vivimos en una época más progresista, ¿verdad? Pues que se lo digan a Sandy Springs (Georgia), que ilegalizó la venta de cualquier tipo de dispositivo orientado a los adultos, como los vibradores, a no ser que los compradores tuvieran una prescripción de sus médicos.
  
9. Beer9. Cerveza
If you’ve ever had an extended stay in a hospital, you’ve experienced hospital food. It’s made to be fairly bland by design because the last thing a hospital wants is to make people even sicker. So generally you get mild, flavorless, textureless sustenance. But they will throw in a curveball now and then.Si alguna vez has tenido una estancia prolongada en un hospital, habrás experimentado la comida del hospital. Está diseñada para ser bastante insípida, porque lo último que quiere un hospital es que la gente se ponga aún más enferma. Así que, por lo general, se obtiene un sustento suave, sin sabor y sin textura. Pero de vez en cuando lanzan una bola curva.
Some hospitals provide beer by prescription to some patients. It may be prescribed for patients going through withdrawal to help them ease their symptoms. In at least one hospital in Canada, patients are prescribed a small daily dose of vodka to help overcome their alcoholism. The concept dates back to Prohibition times when people could be exempted from the ban if their doctor signed off on it. Prescriptions were written for beer and even whiskey back then. Consider it like medical marijuana prescriptions closer to the present. Whiskey doesn’t have a whole lot of medicinal value, of course, and the prescriptions seemed to just be a way for doctors to make a few extra bucks.Algunos hospitales proporcionan cerveza por prescripción a algunos pacientes. Se puede recetar a los pacientes que están pasando por el síndrome de abstinencia para ayudarles a aliviar sus síntomas. En al menos un hospital de Canadá, se prescribe a los pacientes una pequeña dosis diaria de vodka para ayudarles a superar su alcoholismo. El concepto se remonta a la época de la Prohibición, cuando la gente podía quedar exenta de la prohibición si su médico lo autorizaba. En aquella época se prescribían recetas de cerveza e incluso de whisky. Considérelo como las recetas de marihuana medicinal más cercanas al presente. El whisky no tiene mucho valor medicinal, por supuesto, y las recetas parecían ser sólo una forma de que los médicos ganaran unos dólares extra.
  
8. Lubricant8. Lubricante
We already covered how some intimate items have been the subject of prescriptions in various times and places, but it doesn’t just end there. Even things like KY Jelly have been prescription-only.Ya hemos hablado de cómo algunos artículos íntimos han sido objeto de prescripciones en diversas épocas y lugares, pero la cosa no acaba ahí. Incluso cosas como KY Jelly han sido objeto de prescripción.
The water soluble personal lubricant is made mostly of glycerol and hydroxyethylcellulose. There are a handful of preservative and antiseptic ingredients as well, but nothing close to a narcotic or anything really dangerous at all. Despite that, it was introduced in 1917 when it was available by prescription only. It wasn’t until 1980 that you could buy the stuff over the counter.El lubricante personal soluble en agua está hecho principalmente de glicerol e hidroxietilcelulosa. También hay un puñado de ingredientes conservantes y antisépticos, pero nada que se parezca a un narcótico o a algo realmente peligroso. A pesar de ello, se introdujo en 1917, cuando sólo se podía adquirir con receta médica. Hasta 1980 no se pudo comprar sin receta.
It’s still prescribed today for some patients to deal with symptoms relating to conditions that cause excessive dryness. A doctor may prescribe it so that it can potentially be covered by drug benefit plans rather than paying out of pocket for it.Hoy en día se sigue recetando a algunos pacientes para tratar los síntomas relacionados con las enfermedades que provocan una sequedad excesiva. Un médico puede prescribirlo para que pueda ser cubierto por los planes de beneficios de medicamentos en lugar de pagar de su bolsillo por él.
  
7. The ADHD Video Game7. El videojuego del déficit de atención (TDAH)
Minecraft is the top-selling video game of all time, with around 238 million copies sold. That’s a lot of blocks. For years, parents, encouraged by the media, have feared that video games were causing their children problems, including things like ADHD. There’s no evidence that’s the case, however. In fact, there’s evidence that video games may help kids with ADHD, so much so that there’s a video game that can be prescribed by doctors to help treat it called EndeavorRx.Minecraft es el videojuego más vendido de todos los tiempos, con unos 238 millones de copias vendidas. Son muchos bloques. Durante años, los padres, alentados por los medios de comunicación, han temido que los videojuegos causaran problemas a sus hijos, incluyendo cosas como el TDAH. Sin embargo, no hay pruebas de que eso sea así. De hecho, hay pruebas de que los videojuegos pueden ayudar a los niños con TDAH, hasta el punto de que existe un videojuego que puede ser recetado por los médicos para ayudar a tratarlo, llamado EndeavorRx.
The game is designed for kids between eight and 12 years of age. It wasn’t just slapped together, either. Clinical trials of the game lasted six years and included 600 children. After four weeks of using the game, one-third of children report improvement in their abilities to concentrate. Half of parents agreed they’d seen a noticeable difference in their child day to day.El juego está diseñado para niños de entre 8 y 12 años. Además, no se trata de un juego improvisado. Los ensayos clínicos del juego duraron seis años y en ellos participaron 600 niños. Tras cuatro semanas de uso del juego, un tercio de los niños declararon haber mejorado su capacidad de concentración. La mitad de los padres coincidieron en que habían visto una diferencia notable en su hijo en el día a día.
The game works by using sensory stimuli and motor challenges to target portions of the brain related to attention and concentration according to its creators. That said, critics think it’s mostly smoke and mirrors and little more than a scam.Según sus creadores, el juego funciona mediante estímulos sensoriales y retos motrices para dirigir las partes del cerebro relacionadas con la atención y la concentración. Dicho esto, los críticos creen que es sobre todo humo y espejos y poco más que una estafa.
  
6. Leeches6. Sanguijuelas
Once upon a time, a doctor might prescribe leeches to you if he thought your blood was giving you flatulence. Have the little guys suck out a bit of the bad stuff and you’d get better, was the thinking. More commonly it was used to treat things like fever, which were thought to be caused by an imbalance of the humors. Basically, you had too much blood, and it made you hot. They’d be placed inside your nostrils, your lips, or all sorts of places to help alleviate symptoms.Hace tiempo, un médico podía recetarte sanguijuelas si creía que tu sangre te provocaba flatulencias. La idea era que los pequeños chupasen un poco de lo malo y así mejorarías. Más comúnmente se utilizaba para tratar cosas como la fiebre, que se pensaba que era causada por un desequilibrio de los humores. Básicamente, tenías demasiada sangre y eso te calentaba. Se colocaban dentro de las fosas nasales, los labios o en todo tipo de lugares para ayudar a aliviar los síntomas.
While to modern sensibilities, this seems like quackery, it’s not entirely baseless. In fact, leeches are still prescribed by some doctors to this day. They’re not used to treat anything like a fever or hemorrhoids as they once were, but they do have a place. For instance, if a person has suffered a severed digit that was sewn back on, leech therapy could be prescribed to stimulate blood flow and prevent clotting as the repaired finger heals.Aunque para la sensibilidad moderna esto parece charlatanería, no es del todo infundado. De hecho, algunos médicos siguen recetando sanguijuelas a día de hoy. No se utilizan para tratar algo como la fiebre o las hemorroides, como antaño, pero tienen su lugar. Por ejemplo, si una persona ha sufrido un corte en un dedo que se ha vuelto a coser, se podría prescribir una terapia con sanguijuelas para estimular el flujo sanguíneo y evitar la coagulación mientras el dedo reparado se cura.
Leeches have a compound in their saliva called hirudin that prevents blood from coagulating. This is an ideal and weirdly natural way to promote healing and blood flow as a result.Las sanguijuelas tienen un compuesto en su saliva llamado hirudina que impide que la sangre se coagule. Es una forma ideal y extrañamente natural de promover la curación y el flujo sanguíneo como resultado.
  
They’re not the only creepy-crawly that might be prescribed these days, either. Maggot therapy is still being used in some cases as well. The larvae of flies have a knack for devouring rotten tissue while ignoring healthy stuff, so they can be used to clean wounds that are having trouble healing.Tampoco son los únicos bichos que se pueden recetar hoy en día. La terapia con gusanos también se sigue utilizando en algunos casos. Las larvas de las moscas tienen un don para devorar el tejido podrido mientras ignoran el sano, por lo que pueden utilizarse para limpiar las heridas que tienen problemas para cicatrizar.
  
5. Passes for National Parks5. Pases para los parques nacionales
Have you ever heard someone recommend you go outside and get some fresh under because it’ll do you good? Turns out there’s something to that idea, and doctors are getting on board with it in Canada. You can get a prescription for visiting a national park there.¿Has oído alguna vez a alguien recomendarte que salgas a la calle y tomes un poco de aire fresco porque te hará bien? Resulta que esa idea tiene algo de cierto, y los médicos se están sumando a ella en Canadá. Allí se puede obtener una receta para visitar un parque nacional.
Canada has numerous national parks from coast to coast and typically these require the payment of an entrance fee. Those who make use of parks, especially for things like camping or fishing, find a Parks Canada Discovery Pass to be a worthwhile investment as it gives you access to all parks across the country for a whole year. That’s over 80 parks and 450,000 square kilometers of space. They cost $72.25 Canadian for an adult.Canadá cuenta con numerosos parques nacionales de costa a costa y, por lo general, éstos exigen el pago de una cuota de entrada. Los que hacen uso de los parques, sobre todo para acampar o pescar, consideran que el Parks Canada Discovery Pass es una inversión que merece la pena, ya que da acceso a todos los parques del país durante todo un año. Son más de 80 parques y 450.000 kilómetros cuadrados de espacio. Cuesta 72,25 dólares canadienses para un adulto.
Doctors and some nurses are able to prescribe these passes in several provinces. Patients suffering from both mental and physical conditions are being given them based on evidence that indicates being immersed in nature can reduce anxiety and improve a person’s mental and physical wellbeing.Los médicos y algunas enfermeras pueden recetar estos pases en varias provincias. Los pacientes que padecen afecciones tanto mentales como físicas los están recibiendo basándose en las pruebas que indican que estar inmerso en la naturaleza puede reducir la ansiedad y mejorar el bienestar mental y físico de una persona.
  
4. Cooking Classes4. Clases de cocina
Medicine has to always be evolving. We can’t rest on our laurels because people are always getting sick with something and there are always better ways to deal with it. Modern doctors, some of them anyway, have taken to thinking outside the box to try to treat the patient as a whole rather than focusing on a single symptom or condition. That’s how you end up getting prescription cooking classes.La medicina tiene que estar siempre en evolución. No podemos dormirnos en los laureles porque la gente siempre está enfermando de algo y siempre hay mejores formas de tratarlo. Los médicos modernos, algunos de ellos al menos, se han puesto a pensar fuera de la caja para intentar tratar al paciente como un todo en lugar de centrarse en un solo síntoma o condición. Así es como se acaban dando clases de cocina con receta.
Loneliness causes health problems. It’s been recognized by numerous health organizations for some time now. Social isolation is not good for people and can lead to increased risk for all manner of illness, both mental and physical. So rather than giving patients medication for the effects of conditions brought on by isolation and loneliness, doctors are getting ahead of the problem. Cooking classes and even walking groups are being prescribed to help people get out and be in the world with others. This was happening even before Covid, so it will probably ramp up once the pandemic has passed considering how much damage it’s done with increased isolation.La soledad provoca problemas de salud. Hace tiempo que numerosas organizaciones sanitarias lo reconocen. El aislamiento social no es bueno para las personas y puede provocar un mayor riesgo de padecer todo tipo de enfermedades, tanto mentales como físicas. Por eso, en lugar de medicar a los pacientes por los efectos de las afecciones provocadas por el aislamiento y la soledad, los médicos se están adelantando al problema. Se prescriben clases de cocina e incluso grupos de senderismo para ayudar a las personas a salir y estar en el mundo con los demás. Esto ya ocurría antes de Covid, así que probablemente se intensificará una vez que la pandemia haya pasado, teniendo en cuenta el daño que ha causado el aumento del aislamiento.
  
3. Fruits and Veggies3. Frutas y verduras
Everyone knows that they should be eating fruits and vegetables, but in a lot of cases that’s more of a nice idea than a reality. Some people just have unhealthy habits and don’t eat properly, while others have fewer opportunities to do so. For some people in food deserts where access to fresh fruits and vegetables is difficult, eating healthy can be a real chore. For others, it can be cost prohibitive to maintain a healthy diet for themselves and their family as prices go up.Todo el mundo sabe que debería comer frutas y verduras, pero en muchos casos eso es más una bonita idea que una realidad. Algunas personas simplemente tienen hábitos poco saludables y no comen adecuadamente, mientras que otras tienen menos oportunidades de hacerlo. Para algunas personas que viven en desiertos alimentarios, donde el acceso a frutas y verduras frescas es difícil, comer sano puede ser una verdadera tarea. Para otros, puede resultar prohibitivo mantener una dieta saludable para ellos y su familia, ya que los precios suben.
New York City started a program where doctors could prescribe fruits and vegetables to those with conditions like high blood pressure and poor access to healthy food. The prescriptions are essentially just vouchers for healthy food and for many people, it’s a real benefit. They get to eat better and get healthier while the food is actually covered, so they’re getting some relief on their food bills.La ciudad de Nueva York puso en marcha un programa en el que los médicos podían recetar frutas y verduras a quienes padecían enfermedades como la hipertensión arterial y tenían poco acceso a alimentos saludables. Las recetas son esencialmente vales para alimentos saludables y para muchas personas es un beneficio real. Consiguen comer mejor y estar más sanos mientras la comida está realmente cubierta, por lo que obtienen algún alivio en sus facturas de alimentos.
The program began at two hospitals back in 2013 but has continued for years. Patients receive coupons worth $2 a piece that can be used at hundreds of markets across New York. The Pharmacy to Farm Program was adopted in 2017 and gives patients $30 from participating pharmacies to spend on fruits and vegetables.El programa comenzó en dos hospitales en 2013, pero ha continuado durante años. Los pacientes reciben cupones por valor de 2 dólares cada uno que pueden utilizar en cientos de mercados de todo Nueva York. El programa Pharmacy to Farm se adoptó en 2017 y da a los pacientes 30 dólares de las farmacias participantes para gastar en frutas y verduras.
  
2. Bicycles2. Bicicletas
With doctors prescribing things like nature and healthy foods, it’s not a stretch to imagine how a prescription bicycle might fit into the mix as well. In 2014, doctors in Boston began writing prescriptions as part of the “Prescribe-a-Bike” program which allowed low-income patients to subscribe to Hubway for $5 a year. Memberships are typically $11 per month. Hubway was the precursor to Blue Bikes, a bicycle sharing program based in Boston that started in 2011. By 2021, they had over 23,000 members.Con los médicos prescribiendo cosas como la naturaleza y los alimentos saludables, no es un tramo para imaginar cómo una bicicleta de prescripción podría encajar en la mezcla también. En 2014, los médicos de Boston empezaron a recetar como parte del programa “Prescribe una bicicleta” que permitía a los pacientes de bajos ingresos suscribirse a Hubway por 5 dólares al año. Las membresías suelen costar 11 dólares al mes. Hubway fue el precursor de Blue Bikes, un programa de bicicletas compartidas con sede en Boston que comenzó en 2011. En 2021, contaban con más de 23.000 miembros.
The Prescribe A Bike program is meant to combat obesity, and it’s been a success. Another program started in Brooklyn and Portland as well. The UK has its own nationwide initiative.El programa Prescribe Una Bicicleta está destinado a combatir la obesidad, y ha sido un éxito. También se ha puesto en marcha otro programa en Brooklyn y Portland. El Reino Unido tiene su propia iniciativa a nivel nacional.
  
1. Radon Healing Mines1. Minas de radón para curar
Most people never run afoul of radon gas but if you do, it may be thanks to it leaking into your house. Some homes have radon detectors in the basement because radon, a radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer, is present in soil. In certain places, it can seep into homes and build to toxic levels in the basement. And if it does that, why would you ever want to be exposed to it?La mayoría de la gente nunca se topa con el gas radón, pero si lo hace, puede ser gracias a que se filtra en su casa. Algunas casas tienen detectores de radón en el sótano porque el radón, un gas radiactivo que puede causar cáncer de pulmón, está presente en el suelo. En ciertos lugares, puede filtrarse en las casas y alcanzar niveles tóxicos en el sótano. Y si lo hace, ¿por qué querrías exponerte a él?
Turns out radon also has therapeutic properties. Radon has been used for over a century to treat chronic pain and inflammation. In Montana, patients can even get a prescription to go sit in abandoned uranium mines full of it.Resulta que el radón también tiene propiedades terapéuticas. El radón se ha utilizado durante más de un siglo para tratar el dolor crónico y la inflamación. En Montana, los pacientes pueden incluso obtener una receta para ir a sentarse en minas de uranio abandonadas llenas de él.
Uranium decays into radon so old mines tend to be saturated in it. Because it’s been used as a treatment for pain and inflammation as well as various muscular disorders, patients with severe arthritis and other conditions find it beneficial. Clinics have been set up at old uranium minds to allow patients to simply sit in the old mines and soak it in. Radon levels in the mines are about 400 times what the EPA cites as safe.El uranio se descompone en radón, por lo que las minas antiguas suelen estar saturadas de él. Como se ha utilizado como tratamiento para el dolor y la inflamación, así como para diversos trastornos musculares, los pacientes con artritis grave y otras afecciones lo encuentran beneficioso. Se han instalado clínicas en antiguas mentes de uranio para que los pacientes puedan simplemente sentarse en las viejas minas y empaparse de él. Los niveles de radón en las minas son unas 400 veces superiores a lo que la EPA considera seguro.
In other countries, radon hot springs are prescribed for therapeutic reasons and recognized by the healthcare community, but it’s less well regarded in America. The people sent to the Montana mines are the people who are in so much pain they’re debating between choosing radon or suicide, so it’s a serious issue even if it sounds bizarre on the surface.En otros países, las aguas termales con radón se prescriben por razones terapéuticas y están reconocidas por la comunidad sanitaria, pero en Estados Unidos están menos consideradas. Las personas enviadas a las minas de Montana son las que sufren tanto dolor que se debaten entre elegir el radón o el suicidio, así que se trata de un asunto serio aunque suene extraño en la superficie.
The reason for the beneficial effects has never been seriously studied, so what is known is limited. The exposure may be promoting cell repair while eliminating free radicals and activating proteins that limit inflammation. Whatever the mechanism, it seems to work for some peopleLa razón de los efectos beneficiosos nunca se ha estudiado seriamente, así que lo que se sabe es limitado. Es posible que la exposición promueva la reparación celular al tiempo que elimina los radicales libres y activa las proteínas que limitan la inflamación. Sea cual sea el mecanismo, parece que funciona para algunas personas

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