Interesting Articles
Nobody Ever Told Me (or My Mother) That! by Diane Bahr
Friday, July 29th, 2011 by guest39514
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Title Nobody Ever Told Me or My Mother That Everything from Bottles and Breathing to Healthy Speech Development Author Diane Bahr, MS, CCC-SLP Length 425 pages Genre Nonfiction PublisherDate Sensory World, 2010 Source Review copy Do children learn more easily when paren... Read More
Daily Bite: How to Diminish Cellulite
Friday, July 29th, 2011 by eHealthGuide
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Did you know that cellulite is actually a skin condition? Cellulite is comprised of the visible fat just below the surface of the skin. Collagen fibers that allow the skin to stretch sometimes pull too taut or break. This causes the underlying fat cells to bulge and ... Read More
I Can't is Okay
Friday, July 29th, 2011 by RabbiMitch63
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Powerlessness is not weakness; it is reality. I am frequently amazed at the many contradictions in mainstream thinking. I watch athletes perform under the most adverse weather conditions and play with braces, casts, patches and stitches, yet the moment they surrender to... Read More
EHR Usability Is A Really Significant and Important Issue. Interesting Stuff Here!
Friday, July 29th, 2011 by davidmore
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The following appeared in the New York Times a little while ago. July 16, 2011 Seeing Promise and Peril in Digital Records By STEVE LOHR TECHNICAL standards may seem arcane, but they are often powerful tools of economic development and social welfare. They can be essent... Read More
Twitter Moves Into The E-Health Domain. What A Fascinating Outcome!
Friday, July 29th, 2011 by davidmore
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The following appeared week or two. httphealthcareitnews.comnewsscientists-track-health-issues-twitter Scientists track health trends on Twitter July 08, 2011 Molly Merrill, Associate Editor BALTIMORE Twitter can be used to track important health trends, according to co... Read More
Do You Agree With the Perspective Provided Here On Patient Information Access?
Friday, July 29th, 2011 by davidmore
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The following appeared a few days ago and I thought it was worth putting up for discussion. Healthcare Needs Help On Transparency The industry will need to get over its skittishness about sharing electronic health records with patients. Because patients will demand full... Read More
question Cooking Made Accessible
Friday, July 29th, 2011 by lifeofthedifferentlyabled
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Ok seriously how do you with limited mobility cook for yourselves I want some ideas with safety any suggestions of stove top cooking like i cant see insides of pans from my chair when using a stove Related PostsForkspoonknifeindependenceAppointments with Continue readin... Read More
I Come to the Garden
Friday, July 29th, 2011 by Ali Anne
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This past month has been full of things I never want to experience again. I'm sorry that I really haven't blogged much at all, and to say that life have been crazy would be an understatement. There has been a lot of grief in our lives and decisions that we have had to m... Read More
300 to 3,000 people committed suicides or homicides with Accutane (Roaccutane)
Thursday, July 28th, 2011 by Doug Bremner
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Review from Leonie Fennells blog I have just finished reading The goose that laid the Golden Egg by Doug Bremner. Its a factual account of a Roaccutane study done by Dr. Bremner, who discovered that this drug could and did cause suicide in some users. Following his disc... Read More
PHARMA GILES = GENIUS
Thursday, July 28th, 2011 by BOB FIDDAMAN
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One of the most consistently funny bloggers out there has to be Pharma Giles. His daily swipe at the pharmaceutical industry is a delight to read. Tonight he posted a story about his son, "Junior Giles", and Elvis that left me in a complete state of apoplexy G... Read More
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