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Anatomic Fashion Friday: Alexander McQueen Bones Skull by Vanessa R. Patient Expert Posted Fri 24 Sep 2010 6:00am Cool smoke-rib designs by designer Alexander McQueen .  Buy it here ! Read on »
Craniosynostosis Surgery Corrects Face and Skull Bone Deformities by Hpcsurgery Facebook Posted Wed 24 Jul 2013 6:57am In a normal skull, you will find various plates of bones that are separated by sutures. When craniosynostosis affects a child, premature closure of sutures occurs and thereby the development of the skull and normal brain are affected. Case-specific treatment is offered for this condition by experienced plastic surgeons at select plastic surgery f ... Read on »
Secret Societies. Skull & Bones, Bilderbergs, Illuminati, Shadow Government, Etc. by NatashaCall Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 29 Mar 2011 11:35am Yale's Secret Society That's Hiding in Plain SightBy ADAM PITLUK Saturday, Mar. 26, 2011Paul Souders / CorbisComment Print Email Reprints Facebook Twitter MORE On the storied ivy-laden,... You want to read this! Amazing. Surprising. Contraversial. Read on »
Skull Bone May Hold Key To Tackling Osteoporosis by Andrea Patient Expert Posted Mon 21 Dec 2009 12:00am The thought has crossed my mind more than once that the skull bone, even in women/men who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis/osteopenia, is exceptionally strong. This article from discusses research being done into the skull bone, and the findings are helping researchers better understand this condition that affects half of wome ... Read on »
Bilderbergs and Skull & Bones Society. by NatashaCall Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Mon 23 Feb 2009 9:40pm Forget the TIP JAR. Just click on one of these ads around here and you'll make me extremely ecstatic! Issues Not Being Addressed Correctly By Mainstream Media, Health, Politics, Contraversial Issues, World Affairs, Finance, etc. Read on »
FDA Allows Marketing of First Hand Held Device to Aid in Detecting Life Threatening Bleeding in the Skull–Infrascanner by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 14 Dec 2011 3:31am The device is slated to give emergency room doctors a non invasive device  to determine likelihood of the brain bleeding or also known as an intracranial hematoma.  Having the device handy can also help determine if there is a need for an immediate CT scan but it is not a substitute for the procedure and only an aid to help determine the need ... Read on »
The Most Important Bone In The Body – Part 1 by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 01 Feb 2014 11:00am By Dr. Kevin Kita You are born with 306 bones in your body give or take a few because of anomalies. There are so many bones to choose from that are important to the human body functioning properly, but this bone when misaligned or out of place can affect almost every bone in the body. Unless you are a healthcare practitioner you probably ... Read on »
Cranial Osteopathic Medicine by d.o.ctor Posted Wed 02 Feb 2011 11:07pm With the start of a new semester comes a whole new set of Osteopathic techniques. Welcome to cranial, folks. Our professors had repeatedly mentioned that we would be learning cranial techniques during the spring semester. But it was the way they said it - a slight glimmer in their eye, a hint of a smile whenever they uttered the words crani ... Read on »
Bone Marrow: Delicious, Nutritious and Underappreciated by Mark S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 07 Apr 2010 9:58am 1 Comment If you’re truly interested in consuming the original Primal brain food, look no further than bone marrow: perhaps the first reliable source of large, fatty animal products our scrappy ancestors were able to procure. Yes, before we became spear-using cunning tacticians surrounding, stalking, and out-maneuvering large prehistoric ungulates, we fe ... Read on »
Passion by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Thu 06 May 2010 9:38am Simply stated, I am beyond the point of passionate regarding the importance of raising awareness of many rare conditions affecting our children. Sure, my own little one is living with hydranencephaly... a cephalic disorder that happens roughly one in 10,000 births. Cephalic disorders are congenital conditions which affect the brain and central ne ... Read on »