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The Fibonacci Potencies Series: update, comments and conclusions by Dr. Joe Rozencwajg Complimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Fri 18 Sep 2009 6:22pm One year after the creation of the Fibonacci Potencies, I report the results of its continual use in my clinic. More details and cases, with in-depth discussions will be in the book due to be published hopefully in December 2009. In the meantime, enjoy this paper. Please note that the illustrations are not coming through and the same full text w ... Read on »
What causes hiccups? by Dr. Gabe M. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 01 Oct 2008 8:12pm Most of the time, doctors never find the cause of persistant hiccups. When a cause is found it is almost always something that irritates or presses on the nerves leading to the heart, lungs or diaphragm, such as a tumor, stomach ulcer, or irregular heart beats. Your windpipe, which carries air to your lungs, is located just in front of you ... Read on »
Getting Off Drugs by Dr. Muriel G. Medical Doctor Posted Sun 17 Nov 2013 3:26pm The 1.4 million people who live in nursing homes are among the most vulnerable, powerless individuals in American society. They are old (mean age 79.2), they are physically frail (60% are unable to do 4 or more of the most basic daily activities), and most of them are cognitively impaired, many of them severely (39%). Nursing homes have come a lo ... Read on »
Health Headlines - February 16 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:24pm Board: Teflon Chemical a Likely Carcinogen A group of scientific advisers to the Environmental Protection Agency voted unanimously Wednesday to approve a recommendation that a chemical used in the manufacture of Teflon and other nonstick and stain-resistant products should be considered a likely carcinogen. The approval of the EPA's Scie ... Read on »
The Snakeroot Remedy by Dr. Romeo V. Doctor of PhilosophyHealth Maven Posted Thu 02 Oct 2008 6:16pm Rauwolfia serpentina is an evergreen shrub with large leaves and flowers and tiny fruit that turn purple-black when ripe. It grows wild in India and is mainly found on the slopes of the Himalayas. The first recorded mention of rauwolfia roots (known as snakeroot or "sarpagandha" in Indian medicine) was in 600 BC although oral tradition describe ... Read on »
Well I got a home visit today fr ... by La-reve Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 10:05pm Well I got a home visit today from the shrink that was filling in for usual one I see. They agreed I had a severe reaction to the Trifluperazine. She Said she will not allow me back onto Depakote. The options I was giving was Olanzapine or Chlorpromazine. Well I have have heard bad things about the weight gain particularly of Olanzapine. So ... Read on »
Well I got a home visit today ... by La-reve Posted Tue 01 Dec 2009 10:05pm Well I got a home visit today from the shrink that was filling in for usual one I see. They agreed I had a severe reaction to the Trifluperazine. She Said she will not allow me back onto Depakote. The options I was giving was Olanzapine or Chlorpromazine. Well I have have heard bad things about the weight gain particularly of Olanzapine. So I ... Read on »
Hiccups, and mind altering drugs by Dave M. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 14 Nov 2013 10:24am Nine days ago on November 5th, I got the hiccups. I tried the usual cures like holding my breath, drinking water, then went online and found a bunch more cures like, breathing into a paper bag, pulling on my tongue. I found I could stop the hiccups but, they were back again within minutes. After three days I went to the doctor, who prescrib ... Read on »
When Alcohol and Drugs Mix by Anthony R. Patient Expert Posted Thu 11 Jun 2009 10:49pm Alcohol and certain drugs work in the same areas of the brain that their effects are intensified. Alcohol may interfere with the working of the drug, making a normal dosage ineffective in fighting a disease. Some alcohol-drug combination produces unpleasant and dangerous side effects. Past drinking habits, the amount of alcohol consumed ... Read on »
Bipolar Disorder Article by Dr. Liz Miller Medical Doctor Posted Mon 31 Aug 2009 12:00am I wrote this article on bipolar disorder almost ten years ago. It is on my website www.med4u.co.uk Med4u is an Internet Marie Celeste, floating deserted and crewless in cyberspace, long since abandoned once I realised that consulting over the Internet was too labour intensive and too individual to be commercially viable. The Internet is a place ... Read on »