Interesting Articles
NEHTA and DoHA are Heading in The Wrong Direction with their PCEHR Plans.
Wednesday, July 28th, 2010 by davidmore
The following article appeared a few days ago. Labor's e-health plan misses patient safety mark say doctors Karen Dearne From Australian IT July 21, 2010 628PM DOCTORS say Labor's plan for personally-controlled e-health records is a distraction from the main game of del... Read More
Book Review: Small-Plot, High-Yield Gardening
Wednesday, July 28th, 2010 by Jeremy Warner
My first and only complaint about this book is that the title is completely misleading. It is clearly the authors' belief that a "small plot" is a 400 square foot garden and the book has plans for up to 3,000 square foot gardens. These are clearly not city dwe... Read More
Exercise: No Good For You?
Wednesday, July 28th, 2010 by Andrew Heffernan
Remember "muscle isolation" The idea that the best way to get in shape was to segment your body into any number of tiny pieces, work each one usually to failure, and then, presto, you'd get big and strong I say "remember" as if this concept is dead, ... Read More
Kim Kardashian and Celeb Lookalike Surgery
Wednesday, July 28th, 2010 by Anthony Youn
Kim Kardashian recently stepped into the Celeb Lookalike Surgery arena, by conducting a mini-Twittervention for a fan who was planning to have buttock surgery to look like Kim "Don't try 2 b someone else," and implored her not to "change yourself for anyb... Read More
Merck Inks a Deal with Sinopharm to Bolster Its Vaccine (and Biosimilar ?) Business in China
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 by Cliffprf Mintz
Merck & Co today announced that is reached an agreement with Sinopharm Group Co Ltd one of Chinas largest biopharmaceutical companies to market its cervical cancer vaccine Gardasil and other protein-based products in China. While the terms of the deal were not discl... Read More
The Truth From The MSIA on A Recent Post at E-Healthcentral
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 by davidmore
Geoffrey Sayer July 27, 2010 at 1008 pm The intention is that Health Identifiers are to make a real difference and is a population wide initiative that will under pin the eHealth agenda yet a best guess it that we will be years away from levels of 95 plus coverage and u... Read More
Medicate the Kids
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 by BOB FIDDAMAN
Sometimes music can move you in such a way that you want to share in your experience.During my long withdrawal from Seroxat I turned to music - it helped me more than anything, including family members who tried desperately hard to come to terms with what I was going th... Read More
Easy Bacon Stuffed Cabbage Packets
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 by Carol Bardelli
Savory stuffed cabbage is a fast and easy dish perfect for a light summer supper or served as an appetizer. These packets of goodness will get even picky eaters to try cabbage. A nice change from traditional coleslaw, stuffed cabbage makes good use of garden fresh cabba... Read More
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 by Tristin Mock
Image by Getty Images via daylifeBy this point, most people have heard about bisphenol A BPA and the negative impacts it may have on health. Nation-wide protestoccurredto get BPA out of beverage containers, especially baby bottles.Althoughthe desired legislation did not... Read More
No Mountain climbing for me :-(
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 by Stephen Gaudet
Looks like I jumped the gun on this one. After polling my family, friends and doctors, and after reading up on high altitude hiking, Ive decided to heed some good advise for a change and will not be participating in the Mt Evans COPD Challenge hike. The elevation just m... Read More
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