Interesting Articles
Fun with Fluenz
Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 by Stephen Gaudet
If youve wondered why I havent been updating my blog as much lately, its because Ive been super busy with other projects. As strange as it may seen, theres actually more to my life than racewalking and asthma. One of my other passions , is researching my Italian heritag... Read More
Statins and Heart Failure
Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 by Paul Maher
Statins and Heart Failure Stephanie Seneff A paper titled simply "Lovastatin decreases coenzyme Q levels in humans" 16 states unequivocally in the abstract "It is established that Coenzyme Q10 is indispensable for cardiac function." The heart is a mu... Read More
A Business Case For Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records - How Does That Work?
Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010 by davidmore
The following appeared earlier today. Labor considers alternatives to government-funded e-health scheme Karen Dearne From The Australian August 03, 2010 1200AM THE Labor government was considering alternatives to a government-funded e-health record system during public ... Read More
100 Things to Do When You Are Unemployed
Monday, August 2nd, 2010 by Cliffprf Mintz
Anybody who has lost a job or been unable to find one for an extended period knows how troubling and painful it can be.While things may look bleak, my colleagues over at Online Degree Programs sent me a blog post that some of you may find useful. Some of the suggestions... Read More
Mouse Antibody Kills Human Breast Cancer Cells
Monday, August 2nd, 2010 by Aaron Tabor
The use of antibodies in breast cancer treatment is an emerging area of research. In one earlier study that I discussed, a combination of antibody therapy with chemotherapy suppressed breast cancer tumor growth, reduced metastasis, and caused the actual regression of br... Read More
Nightmare Finally Ends for a New Blind Mother
Monday, August 2nd, 2010 by Linda Burke-Galloway
Since when is it a crime to be blind Shame on the State of Missouri. The abduction of Erika Johnsons newborn by the Missouri state authorities for 57 days is a precautionary take for all disabled mothers. Johnson and her partner, Blake Sinnett are the proud parents of B... Read More
A Future Bleak Or One Full Of Optimism?
Monday, August 2nd, 2010 by BOB FIDDAMAN
Image haven't posted for a while, except for the odd article.Been pondering my future and what I want out of life.I DO know that my future is not in the UK. I've had enough of the !**@! bureaucracy that exists, particularly at government lev... Read More
Pregnancy update - KitKat is kicking!
Monday, August 2nd, 2010 by despitelupus
I'm happy to say that KitKat is doing well - kicking like crazy and looking good in every sonogram that we've had thus far. I can't believe how active this baby is Johnny recalls only being able to feel Deirdre kick in utero every once in awhile - while KitKat puts on a... Read More
Eat to Feed Your Heart
Monday, August 2nd, 2010 by Lynn Jaffee
The Chinese view food as medicine that you get to eat three times a day. Food can nourish, heal, and give you energy. Simple, right Well, maybe not so simple if you are trying to lose weight, maintain your weight, cut out carbs, ditch the fats, or restrict your diet in ... Read More
Nowadays, Doctors Stop Work As Soon As Their Shift is Over
Monday, August 2nd, 2010 by Ridzwan Bakar
Its not unknown for doctors in EU countries to down their tools immediately when their shift-time is up, even if they were in the middle of performing a surgery A 37 year-old English consultant related his experience here when the doctor assisting him said he had to go ... Read More
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