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Oh No, You Didn't Touch Me There, Doc!

A flashing sky and hard driving rain awakened me. For a moment I flashed back to Charleston, South Carolina’s frequent late summer tropical storms. Instead I was under the covers in my Omaha, Nebraska house.  686 more words


What matters in the end

This is my review of Being Mortal, by Atul Gawande.

I have been lucky enough to know my grandparents, and other relatives of their generation. 400 more words

Book Review

Trash talk and childish pranks: Canadian study sheds light on the hidden culture of medicine

A new Canadian study has offered a rare glimpse inside the culture of medicine, where psychiatrists are dismissed as “flakes,” senior doctors carry out childish pranks on the students they teach and idealism withers away in the face of the profession’s stark realities. 1,004 more words


MSK14-Systemic Lupus Erythematosus

Systemic Lupus Erythematosus is an autoimmune disease involving multiple organs. Antibody testing include Antinuclear antibodies (ANA), antiphospholipid antibodies, antibodies to double stranded DNA (dsDNA) and… 65 more words


Article about bioresonance treatment in Montreal

This is an article about bioresonance and some of its healing powers, and specifically about Victor Spektor, the naturopath who helped me get cured from Lyme disease (#7monthsandcounting‬). 191 more words

Chronic Lyme Disease

Researchers help identify neural basis of multitasking

What makes someone better at switching between different tasks? Looking for the mechanisms behind cognitive flexibility, researchers have used brain scans to shed new light on this question.  603 more words


New Medical Technique Stacks Cells Like Legos

ATLANTA (CBS Atlanta) – Who knew playing with Legos could prepare you for a medical career.

Scientists have found a way to stack human cells together to create 3D models of human tissue, reports… 203 more words