Interesting Articles
Welcoming Pain
Friday, August 20th, 2010 by PainCoach
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One of the most useful things we can do in our relationship with our own personal pain is to welcome it in. It sort of sounds bizarre and is obviously a really difficult thing to do. Yet in practice it simply works. Over the last month I have had a real life experience ... Read More
Listening for the Quiet Guidance Behind Pain
Friday, August 20th, 2010 by PainCoach
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Its sort of known. We hear about it. And wonder about it and hear the stories of other who have suffered greatly and in their suffering found great joy, or a depth of peace that transforms their life. That is the all this message is. To point to that. To gently and deli... Read More
13 Months Jail Term For Glaxo's Hired Psychiatrist
Friday, August 20th, 2010 by BOB FIDDAMAN
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Imagehighpeak.gov.ukJim Edwards over at Bnet is reporting that Dr. Maria Carmen Palazzo, a crooked doctor, was yesterday sent to prison for the role she played in conducting fraudulent clinical trials.Neworleans.com takes up the storyDR. MARIA CARMEN PALAZZO, age 58, pl... Read More
Basically Friday: Bellini
Friday, August 20th, 2010 by Jeremy Warner
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The first European city I ever visited on my own was Venice, and I fell in love with this pedestrian paradise. I'd vaguely heard of the Bellini prior to visiting Venice, but was much more familiar with the much more common Mimosa. Anyway, I didn't spend the 20 dollars f... Read More
How Silly is This? I Thought Both Sides Said This Would Not Happen!
Friday, August 20th, 2010 by davidmore
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This appeared this morning. Coalition to revive identity card Tim Colebatch August 20, 2010 A COALITION government would revive the controversial Howard-era plan for a national access card to identify every individual receiving government benefits, shadow treasurer Joe ... Read More
Obese but Malnourished?
Thursday, August 19th, 2010 by Carolyn Collman
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Believe it or not, today more than one-in-four Americans are considered clinically obese weighing 30-or more- over their ideal body weight. Thanks to the lack of fresh food in many inner cities and the far greater availability and affordability of fast food, we now have... Read More
FDA Reports Critical Drug Shortages
Thursday, August 19th, 2010 by Dirk Hanson
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Delays put EMTs on alert for dextrose, naloxone, epinephrine.Its the kind of thing most people take for granted Youre suddenly taken seriously illa heart attack, dehydration, asthma, shock, perhaps even a heroin overdoseand in the ambulance or the emergency room, medica... Read More
Nasty little suprises--infertility and the iphone commerical
Thursday, August 19th, 2010 by Lisa Rouff
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Perhaps youve recently seen the commercial for the new iphone in which a woman tells her husband via the videoconferencing feature that shes pregnant I did, and I was surprised by the intensity of my own personal emotional reaction to it. I dont think the commercial was... Read More
Does infertility change you as a person?
Thursday, August 19th, 2010 by Lisa Rouff
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Many times, my clients ask me if their experiences with infertility will change them forever. Usually, this change isnt regarded in a positive light. I feel that change is inevitable. Over time, I feel that I myself changed on multiple levels as a result of my experienc... Read More
Common emotional pitfalls when choosing an infertility clinic or doctor
Thursday, August 19th, 2010 by Lisa Rouff
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Making good decisions about infertility treatment is crucial because the stakes involved are incredibly high. Having, or not having, a child is arguably one of the most life-changing decisions a person can make. In addition, infertility treatment is incredibly expensive... Read More
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