Interesting Articles
Why Drug Stigma Still Matters
Sunday, September 5th, 2010 by Dirk Hanson
More sinned against than sinningPsychological theories of illness are a powerful means of placing the blame on the ill. Patients who are instructed that they have, unwittingly, caused their disease are also being made to feel that they have deserved it.--Susan Sontag, I... Read More
AusHealthIT Poll Number 34 – Results – 05 September, 2010.
Sunday, September 5th, 2010 by davidmore
The question was Will The Election Outcome Lead to Major Changes in E-Health Plans Definitely - 1 3 Probably - 5 19 Not Sure - 1 3 Probably Not - 18 69 No Way - 1 3 Votes 26 Looks like most readers think the election outcome will not be a game-changer for e-Health. It l... Read More
Dancing with the Stars or Dancing with the Plastic Surgery Patients?
Sunday, September 5th, 2010 by Anthony Youn
Do the casting directors of the new season of Dancing with the Stars like people who've had plastic surgery It appears so Three of the contestants have had obvious plastic surgery, including Florence Henderson face work, Audrina Partridge breast implants, and Jennifer G... Read More
Prevent and Reverse Osteoporosis with the Right Nutritional Supplements
Saturday, September 4th, 2010 by Nav Gill
Reverse and Prevent Osteoporosis with the right nutrition and vitamins. What to do to increase bone density even after youve been diagnosed. Read More
What are the Best Exercises if you have a herniated disc?
Saturday, September 4th, 2010 by Matt Bellinger
I have a herniated disc in my lower back at the L5-S1 level. I want to start doing some exercises but I don't want to aggravate the herniated discs. I have been walking and it really hurts after walking for 10 or so minutes. I was thinking about doing sit ups but I don'... Read More
Meeting the edge of struggle and pain….
Saturday, September 4th, 2010 by PainCoach
10 minutes on the eliptical machine this morning feels like a massive challenge. my own personal mini marathon, at the last two minutes Im just using pure will power to keep going. My legs just say no, we cant do this, stop, get off, you are killing us with pain Yet som... Read More
Side Effect Confusion - Health Canada
Saturday, September 4th, 2010 by BOB FIDDAMAN
Imagefreestudents.blogspot.comBrowsing through the adverse reaction reports on the Health Canada website is akin to sitting through a pharmacology seminar.Firstly, the layout of Health Canada's site is appalling. I thought the MHRA's was bad enough but it's a piece of c... Read More
Now This Sounds Like an Interesting Idea! Might Even Be Able To be Implemented Here.
Saturday, September 4th, 2010 by davidmore
The following appeared a few days ago. Markle Foundation's recommendations for 'blue button' backed by 46 organizations August 31, 2010 Molly Merrill, Associate Editor NEW YORK Forty-six organizations have showed their support for the Markle Foundations recommendations ... Read More
For Heart Health, Don’t Under- or Over-Sleep
Saturday, September 4th, 2010 by Carolyn Collman
You might exercise daily, eat healthfully and brush and floss your teeth twice a day, but if youre under- or over-sleeping you may beputting yourself at risk for heart disease. A new study has found that people who sleep fewer than five hours a day have more than double... Read More
Baking, Smiling and Eating pain
Friday, September 3rd, 2010 by PainCoach
Living well with pain is a bit like baking a cake, or cooking a really great meal. Whatever ingredients we use and how well we prepare them and work with them determines the quality of the cake or the meal, and even more importantly whether or not its delicious or not S... Read More
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