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Sleep, Growth Hormone, and Leptin: Critical Knowledge for Fat Loss Video!

Here is how to get the best fat loss from sleeping!

Sleep 6 hours a day for maximum results and use either Ghenerate or Nocturnus… 12 more words

Todd Lee MD

Digesting bread and pasta can release biologically active molecules

Biologically active molecules released by digesting bread and pasta can survive digestion and potentially pass through the gut lining, suggests new research. The study reveals the molecules released when real samples of bread and pasta are digested, providing new information for research into gluten sensitivity. 615 more words


Neonatal Endotracheal Tubes and Prevention of Bronchial Intubation

Bronchial intubation increments neonatal bleakness. Endotracheal tubes (ETT) are stamped to dodge this occasion. No studieshave particularly analyzed whether the markings on neonatal ETTs diminish right primary stem bronchial intubation (RMSBI).The real research target was to decrease aspiratory grimness in greatly preterm babies. 50 more words

Bronchial Intubation

The Good, The Bad, and The Gray

Today I had and Endocrinology appointment. I was nervous for one reason only. You see, I usually have access to my lab results before I see my doctor. 826 more words



By Todd Lee M.D.

Do you have a mouth? Sure, we all do! Do you want to know what happens after digestion when you put things in your mouth? 1,393 more words

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Inhaled insulin may eventually mean no more shots for some diabetics

Rebecca Killion gives herself several insulin shots a day, a regimen she has followed for 16 years, to help control her blood sugar. It’s been tough, and still her glucose fluctuates a lot. 1,371 more words