Interesting Articles
If Ever There Was An Argument That Simple Is Good In Health Information Sharing This Is It. It Is Cheap and Seems To Work!
Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 by davidmore
This appeared a week or so back. Wales makes good progress with IHR 24 February 2012 Rebecca Todd More than 300 GP practices have switched on access to the Individual Health Record in Wales, making about 2m summary patient records available to emergency care providers. ... Read More
Broken Dreams
Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 by Ali Anne
On New Year's Eve last year I wrote of some of the deep blessings 2011 brought our way - although it was a hard year in many ways I was rejoicing in the beauty God was bringing through the struggles we had been facing. Check out 4 on our blessings list"4Clarity in ... Read More
Great little band to alleviate Nausea while travelling or just in general! It worked wonders for me!
Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 by guest71388
Well it has been a wonderful weekend. James and I managed to get away to Doubtful Sound for the weekend and went on a lovely cruise out to see them It was early morning and a little cold, so excuse the funny hat What I discovered was that I had no motion sickness, even ... Read More
Getting "the donor egg talk"
Monday, March 5th, 2012 by Lisa Rouff
For a women undergoing infertility treatment, hearing that her only or best chance at pregnancy is donor eggs is usually a fairly upsetting experience. Many times, she senses it is coming--repeated poor response to follicle-stimulating medication lets the realization si... Read More
Study Shows that Spinal Manipulation is more Effective than Over the Counter Medications
Monday, March 5th, 2012 by Matt Bellinger
A study published in the Annals of Internal medicine Jan 2012 issue reports that conservative care treatment such as chiropractic manipulation or home exercise is more effective than pain medications for acute and subacute neck pain. This was shown for short and longer ... Read More
Day 5 of 21 Words for 21 Days
Monday, March 5th, 2012 by Leticia Velasquez
Again and again we see this absolute misconception of trying o defeat a disease by eliminating the patient Its ridiculous to stand beside a patient and solemnly say, Who is the upstart who refused to be cured How dare he resist our art Lets get rid of him Medicine becom... Read More
Monday, March 5th, 2012 by Maureen Lee
Post written by guest blogger Jeff Stimpson. We decided to get Alex his own computer. Alex 13, PDD-NOS and solidly on the spectrum started computing a year ago, glued to YouTube Elmo on Grandpas computer at a family dinner. I wasnt delighted, as it took Alex out of the ... Read More
You’re Pregnant and Your Local Hospital Closed. Now What?
Monday, March 5th, 2012 by Linda Burke-Galloway
Today will be a day of mourning for pregnant women who are uninsured and receiving Medicaid in Houma, Louisiana. Their local hospital closed its maternity and neonatal units because of a 2.9 million dollar budget cut. Over 100 employees will ... Read More
Earth to DSM-5 Committee: Grief is not a Medical Disorder
Monday, March 5th, 2012 by Doug Bremner
The The DSM-5 committee in all its infinite wisdom wants to make grief a medical disorder. They are currently proposing to limit bereavement to two weeks. That would mean that if, say, your wife was murdered, youd have two weeks ... Read More
The Shane Clancy Case: Celexa Induced Homicide/Suicide
Monday, March 5th, 2012 by BOB FIDDAMAN
22 Year Old Shane Clancy Three striking articles to report on today, two from the Irish Examiner and one from the pen of SSRi withdrawal expert Prof. David Healy. Each discusses the case of Shane Clancy, a young man from Ireland who, after digesting a large amount of Ce... Read More
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