Interesting Articles
The Accidental Bestseller by Wendy Wax
Friday, October 21st, 2011 by guest39514
The Accidental Bestseller by Wendy Wax My rating 4 of 5 stars About the Book Once upon a time four aspiring authors met at their very first writers conference. Ten years later theyre still friends, survivors of the ultra-competitive New York publishing world. Mallory St... Read More
Daily Bite: What to Look for in a Gym
Friday, October 21st, 2011 by eHealthGuide
If staying fit is among your priorities, joining a gym can help you stay motivated and accomplish that goal. However, before you sign up for a gym membership, you should take the following into consideration: Services/Amenities Offered When searching for a gym, ask ... Read More
History of Acupuncture Treatment
Friday, October 21st, 2011 by Janardhana V Hebbar
This is a guest post by Mr Miks Brauns. Who invented acupuncture treatment and how did it become popular Acupuncture is an ancient Chinese medical science which has been used for treating different health problems for thousands of years, however, in Europe andUSAit has ... Read More
The ABC's of Achievement - S-T-U
Friday, October 21st, 2011 by RabbiMitch63
Surround - I have opportunities daily to surround myself with love, joy, humor, healing, fun, success and all that is good. With God's whatever that means I am the creator of my environment. When I surround myself with winners and positive people, I find myself in an up... Read More
We Really Need To Make Sure Clinical Guidelines Are Uncontaminated by Conflict of Interest. It May Not Be All That Easy!
Friday, October 21st, 2011 by davidmore
The use of clinical decision support to assist in the practice of evidence based care is fundamental to the benefits case for deployment of e-Health at the level of the individual clinician. From both Australia and the US in the last week or so there have been some worr... Read More
Thanks to the technology giants
Friday, October 21st, 2011 by lifeofthedifferentlyabled
I have always had a strange love for technology I remember I think it must have been in kindergarten; there was a kid who was in my class who had limited verbal speech effectively making him non verbal. I remember Continue reading Read More
Twitter is the Social Medium of Choice for Big Pharma And Biotech Companies
Friday, October 21st, 2011 by Cliffprf Mintz
Despite the initial pushback against social media by many pharma and biotech companies it appears that Twitter is emerging as the medium of choice for the life sciences industry. The main reasons for this trend are the 140 character world limit and the real time nature ... Read More
I will be calling in on the Health Matters radio show with Dr Delgado
Thursday, October 20th, 2011 by Leticia Velasquez
"Health Matters"withDr. George DelgadoM.D., F.A.A.F.P.of Culture of Life Family Services COLF's every 3rd ThursdayJoin Dr Delgado every third Thursday as he discusses health issues from a Catholic pro-life perspective. During the program, please call in with y... Read More
From the Publishers of 2e: Twice-Exceptional Newsletter
Thursday, October 20th, 2011 by 76Trombones
LANDMARK COLLEGE, a 2-year school in Vermont that focuses on educating students with LDs, was featured in an article and video by USA Today. Besides academics -- or, rather, as a foundation for them -- Landmark teaches organizational and compensatory skills. Landmark ca... Read More
SSRi Use For PMS - Is It Right?
Thursday, October 20th, 2011 by BOB FIDDAMAN
When faced with a patient who is suffering from Premenstrual syndrome PMS what is a doctor supposed to do Evidence suggests that SSRi use benefits those who suffer with PMS but there are also those who have tried this therapy who have claimed that the medication has act... Read More
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