Interesting Articles
The Strange Case of the Woman Athlete Who Wasn’t
Monday, July 12th, 2010 by Ridzwan Bakar
Amid the excitement of the World Cup Finals, another potentially earthbreaking news of another kind should, but did not, make the news. Remember the South African woman athlete who won the ladies 800 metres final at the World Athletics Championships in Berlin last Augus... Read More
Drug Wars Increase Drug Violence
Monday, July 12th, 2010 by Dirk Hanson
Homicides rise with anti-drug expenditures.In a large review of studies evaluating the association between drug law enforcement and violence, the Vancouver-based International Centre for Science in Drug Policy ICSDP concluded that the existing scientific evidence strong... Read More
Help for the Ringing in Your Ears
Monday, July 12th, 2010 by Lynn Jaffee
My ears ring when I get tired, and this week, Im tired. A little bit like a canary in the coal mine, when Ive overdone it, my ears start ringing, signaling me to slow down, take it easy , and take better care of myself. Ringing in your ears, called tinnitus, affects abo... Read More
Pregnant Woman Almost Died Before Her Doctor Would Listen
Monday, July 12th, 2010 by Linda Burke-Galloway
Every time I want to retreat from medicine, stories Like Angela Burgin Logans give me reasons to press on. Angela almost died having a baby because her physician was too careless to listen. Stories like Angelas is what inspired me to write The Smart Mothers Guide to a B... Read More
We Are Heading Towards A Major Fiasco In Australian E-Health. Total Fragmentation and Dysfunctional Unplanned Directions.
Monday, July 12th, 2010 by davidmore
I was prompted to start thinking about the messy direction we seem to be hurtling down in e-Health by a couple of things that have appeared over the last few weeks First we have had the Telstra RACGP announcement. Telstra, GPs in e-health agreement Telstra plays a card ... Read More
AusHealthIT Poll Number 26 – Results – 12 July, 2010.
Monday, July 12th, 2010 by davidmore
The question was How Satisfied Are You With the Leadership and Governance of Australian E-Health Thrilled - 1 3 Pretty Much - 4 12 Just Above 50 - 2 6 Not Satisfied - 7 21 Extremely Unhappy - 18 56 Votes 34 This is hardly unexpected. 77 are not impressed. DoHA and NEHTA... Read More
All Forms of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) Increase Breast Cancer Risk
Monday, July 12th, 2010 by Dr. Robert Wascher
ALL FORMS OF HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY HRT INCREASE BREAST CANCER RISK One of the most common questions that I am asked is if there are any safe forms of hormone replacement therapy HRT for women who are experiencing severe symptoms associated ... Read More
Danielle Staub - Example of Asymmetric Breasts
Sunday, July 11th, 2010 by Anthony Youn
According to a recent article in, Real Housewives' Danielle Staub has revealed that she went under a plastic surgeon's knife to correct breast asymmetry caused by uneven breast implants. Click here for the article, which includes my comments on 'lopsided' brea... Read More
Scathing Review of Glaxo's Avandia Clinical Trial
Sunday, July 11th, 2010 by BOB FIDDAMAN
Image ceoworld.bizIt's another one of them 'shake your head' moments folks.The New York Times reported on Friday on GlaxoSmithKline's clinical trials - not Paxil - this time, Avandia.The Times writesDr. Thomas Marciniak of the Food and Drug Administration, found a dozen... Read More
Inexpensive, Free or Cost-saving ways to Protect and Improve Your Health
Sunday, July 11th, 2010 by Paul Maher
Sorry about being away from the blog for so long. Along with being busy moving, as I feared it took a while to schedule an appointment to get an internet hook-up. Then when Comcast finally got out here, they couldn't get anything to work and didn't know why it wasn't wo... Read More
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