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How to cure Mono! by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Sat 24 Nov 2012 3:54pm Mononucleosis, sometimes referred to a "mono," is an acute infectious, viral disease usually caused by the Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) or cytomegalovirus, both of which belong to the Herpes virus group. Mono is often also referred to as "sleeping sickness," or "kissing sickness," since it is very contagious and is mainly transferred from one person ... Read on »
Don’t Let Cramps Cramp Your Style by Davalos & McCormack. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 26 Jun 2008 9:05am The other night I was lying in bed minding my own business, honestly I was! When all of a sudden my calf muscle went into spasm and a searing pain shot through my leg. After whimpering pathetically I leaped out of bed, or perhaps it would be more accurate to say I stumbled inelegantly out, then hopped around. It’s not a pretty picture is it, b ... Read on »
Drug-Drug Interactions to Watch Out For by Dirk H. Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Nov 2010 1:42pm P450 enzymes and “poor metabolizers.” The finding, published in Science , is a bit arcane to the layperson. The big secret of how the P450 enzyme family metabolizes drugs turns out to be a critical phase change, where an oxygen molecule temporarily joins the mix, forming “Compound I,” a process the scientists documented by cooling the ... Read on »
No more banana peels by SheriK. Health MavenFacebook Posted Thu 03 Jan 2013 8:12am Nardil ( phenelzine sulfate ) has been both a blessing and a bane to my existence. I had treatment-resistant depression for longer than I care to remember, and it was the only drug that worked. But being an MAOI , it doesn't play well with others. In addition to the foods listed below (chocolate! cofee! sourdough bread!), "a total of 924 drugs ar ... Read on »
Holiday Brunch, Lunch or Dinner: Fix It and Forget It! by denise b. Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 5:38pm How did you do this week on maintaining your weight? Writing down what I eat over the past week has been a challenge for me but I have still been eating smaller portions and being more aware of what I am putting in my mouth. This week for many of us, the holiday intensity is kicked up a notch. The more tha ... Read on »
Outside the Box Challenge: The Have a Little Herb Test by Rachel Wilkerson Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 12 Apr 2010 10:15am We’re going into the last few weeks of the Outside the Box Challenge! This is week seven! Thanks to everyone who entered the Note Your Nibbles Test. The winners of the books are Heems and Becomingasuperhero! Congrats — please email Rachel@sheddingit.com with your mailing info! OK, now it’s onto the next one! One of the ea ... Read on »
OTB Challenge Week 7: The Have a Little Herb Test by Nutritionista Posted Mon 12 Apr 2010 8:28am Hey little challengers! Can you believe it?! We’re going into the last few weeks of the Outside the Box Challenge ! Thanks to everyone who entered the Note Your Nibbles Test. The winners of the books are Heems and Becomingasuperhero! Congrats — please email Rachel@sheddingit.com with your mailing info! OK — onto the next challenge! ... Read on »
A Wonderful Moment in Time, Mom at the Banana Boat by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Sat 04 Feb 2012 2:52pm Wonderful people. By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room February, 2009 I have a vivid image of the look on mom's face and of us dancing. I will have that image in my mind forever. This is the kind of moment that really knocks home to me why I am here with mom. Moments like this help keep me energized and focused. My name ... Read on »
Dear Mark: Wheat Germ Agglutinin and Leptin, Early Allergen Introduction, Fasted Training, Green Bananas, and Sunchokes by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Mon 17 Feb 2014 12:25am For today’s edition of , we’ve got a five-parter. First, I discuss wheat germ agglutinin’s potential interaction with the leptin receptor. Next, I explore the prospect of introducing gluten and peanuts (among other potential allergens) to youngsters as a way to prevent allergies from developing. I also discuss whether fasted workouts are a soun ... Read on »
To get some interactivity going ... by Mark .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 6:30am To get some interactivity going between the readers of this blog and myself, I would be interested to know what fruit people eat, I tend to eat quite a variety of fruit, only the other day someone mentioned that they ate star fruit which was a new one on me. One of my favourite fruits is the banana bursting full of goodness 108 calorie ... Read on »