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Putting the myth of bed rest after IVF to rest by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:13am One of the old wife's tales which still plagues every IVF patient is the myth that they need "strict" bed rest after the embryo transfer. Many patients are scared that the embryo will fall out if they walk around - after all, if it was inserted artificially, isn't there a risk that it can "fall out" through the " track " through which the docto ... Read on »
10 Best Foods for Male Health & Wellness by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:47pm Feature from "Men's Health" Magazine Want to do your body a world of good? It's as easy as expanding your grocery list Although some guys aren't opposed to smoking some weed, most wouldn't think of eating one. It's a shame, really, since a succulent weed named purslane is not only delicious but also among the world's healt ... Read on »
10 Best Foods for Male Health & Wellness by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 9:16pm Feature from "Men's Health" Magazine Want to do your body a world of good? It's as easy as expanding your grocery list Although some guys aren't opposed to smoking some weed, most wouldn't think of eating one. It's a shame, really, since a succulent weed named purslane is not only delicious but also among the world's healt ... Read on »
The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly – all in just a few days. by Wendy H. Posted Sun 05 Feb 2012 6:56pm This is not the post I’d planned to write, but life has thrown me for a loop so I’m telling it all…. On Thursday it was a beautiful day.  The weather was perfect with temperatures in the 70′s F, and clear skies; an amazingly gorgeous day for the second day of February.   I decided to take a drive for the first time since June.  I ha ... Read on »
18:21 – The day my heart shattered forever by mycrazybipolarlife Health MavenFacebook Posted Sun 05 Jun 2011 1:27pm [I need to write all of this down. Somewhere in the 400 posts I've written I may have already told parts of this story but I have a need to write this down and get it all out. I need to spend a couple of hours writing my story about the day that broke my heart - maybe it will be therapeutic] October 2006 I was feeling really strange and ... Read on »
Andrew's Birth Story by Katie Patient Expert Posted Wed 06 Feb 2013 3:16am Well, here it is, better late than never!  I have been writing this in bits and pieces in stolen moments over the course of the last four months.  There are a lot of details here and it is probably a rather boring read for pretty much anyone other than me!  But I love having all of these tiny little moments captured in print for the days when all ... Read on »
10 super foods athletes hardly ever eat by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 4:41pm If you are like most, you' ve probably spent the Holidays eating a lot of unhealthy and perhaps fattening foods. But did you know that you could change your eating habits tomorrow? A good place to start might be with what nutritionist have termed super foods. These foods are packed with vitamins, antioxidants and healthy nutrients. Acco ... Read on »
Bright Red Blood...... by Blue Ridge M. Patient Expert Posted Tue 27 Jan 2009 8:26pm GI bleed. We have a student today and she was asking about etiologies of GI bleeds on the way to the call, she hasn't covered them in class yet. I tell her they're usually very nasty smelling, not this time, thankfully. Patient was alert and sitting up when we got there. She said that she had felt like she needed to use the bathroom and nothing b ... Read on »
Amateur WIAW by Living-Learning-Eating Posted Wed 24 Aug 2011 12:00am By 'it,' I mean an internship. And I, having an internship in the US Senate, a random German hotel restaurant, Her Campus college webzine, and a genetics research lab, firmly under my belt - and a *long* one in a German hospital coming up (the neurology ward for 2 weeks, and then the cancer ward for 2.5 months), am beginning to consider myself a ... Read on »
How to Make It Work by Living-Learning-Eating Posted Wed 24 Aug 2011 12:00am By 'it,' I mean an internship. And I, having an internship in the US Senate, a random German hotel restaurant, Her Campus college webzine, and a genetics research lab, firmly under my belt - and a *long* one in a German hospital coming up (the neurology ward for 2 weeks, and then the cancer ward for 2.5 months), am beginning to consider myself a ... Read on »