Those of us, who are free and healthy, too often forget how lucky we are. It is not until we have something that won’t let go of us, for instance, a small but persistent pain, that we value our fortune. 198 more words
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Many people in this country have healthcare workers, whether they be physicians, nurses, x-ray techs, or other, on a pedestal. They view them as more knowledgeable than the rest of society and of higher ethics and morals than the rest of society. 241 more words
MUCH OF WHAT MEDICAL RESEARCHERS CONCLUDE IN THEIR STUDIES IS MISLEADING, EXAGGERATED OR FLAT-OUT WRONG!
David Freedman, The Atlantic.com
So why are doctors—to a striking extent—still drawing upon misinformation in their everyday practice? 979 more words
Results of a small study suggest that Parkinson’s patients seem to improve if they think they’re taking a costly medication. The findings have been published online Jan. 310 more words
I’m sort of freaking out here from what I read last night.
Last night, I read through some medical news. An article about an anaesthetic registrar who was abusing some drugs, and subsequently was banned from working in anaesthetics for 2 years (banning start date from around late 2013) 163 more words
Your good heart has an enemy named as atherosclerosis. It occurs when our blood vessels harden after fat, calcium and cholesterol build up inside them. It decreases our body blood flow and increases the risk of stroke, heart diseases and other severe health conditions. 328 more words