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Health Headlines - December 20 by Meredy Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Thu 23 Oct 2008 2:25pm Pfizer Suspends Celebrex Ads Pfizer Inc. has agreed to suspend its advertisements for arthritis drug Celebrex while U.S. regulators review new data that link the drug to an elevated risk of heart attacks, a Food and Drug Administration spokeswoman said on Sunday. U.S. Regulator to Rule on Painkillers Soon U.S. regulators have "serious ... Read on »
Q & A: A Coding conundrum for CKD by Dr. Donal O'Donoghue Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Mar 2011 12:00am Q: Dear Donal, connecting for health are telling our coders that the term CKD is not acceptable. To quote“I am afraid we have a problem with our Local Policy with you and your team around the stages of CKD, when it is stated on the discharge summary/case notes CKD 1 – 5. Connecting for Health have informed us that we are unable to assign Chroni ... Read on »
Antibody Composition and Methods for the Prevention and Treatment of Lupus Nephritis by nih.gov Posted Tue 15 Jun 2010 5:00pm Description of Invention: This technology identifies an antibody that induces a protective effect in vivo in a mouse model of lupus nephritis. Lupus is a chronic autoimmune disease that can damage various parts of the body, especially the kidneys. The lupus nephritis-model mice that were treated with this antibody experience ... Read on »
Obama Positive Toward Acupuncture by Tcm007 Posted Thu 02 Jul 2009 12:00am Ginger is a common recommendation in my clinic. Ginger is wonderful for digestive disorders and it is anti-inflammatory. Below is a very informative article, from Natural News.com , on the many benefits of ginger, it's history and use in Chinese herbal medicine. by: Adrian Baume L.Ac ., citizen journalist July 25, 2009 Ginger has been ... Read on »
Use this as a safe (contraceptive) rodenticide... by Stephen Tvedten Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Nov 2011 9:44am Tripterygium wilfordii Tripterygium wilfordii, or lei gong teng, is a twining vine in the botanical family Celastraceae common to southern China. T. wilfordii and its botanical cousins T. hypoglaucum and T. regeli have been used in traditional Chinese medicine for over 2000 years, treating everything from fever and chills to edema and carbuncles ... Read on »
September 30, 2011 by Michael B. Posted Fri 30 Sep 2011 1:27pm 26 Million ! 26 Million…this is how many people just in the United States have Kidney Disease…26 Million! I have to admit, before actually being diagnosed with Kidney Disease, which as you know was brought on by my Diabetes, I knew very little about the disease as a whole…or, and perhaps more importantly, how many variations of th ... Read on »
Your corn consists of lute in; gw2 gold particularly by oksellgw2gold Posted Fri 28 Dec 2012 2:02am   Your corn consists of lute in; gw2 gold particularly, the second is often a a lot more strong articles. Oughout.Utes. health-related experts in addition feel that ingrown toenail is an excellent food supplement anti-aging eye. Callus includes arytenoids, lute throughout and also, as being a fat-soluble supplement, refueling food preparation there ... Read on »
Tacrolimus in refractory lupus nephritis? by Matt S. Posted Sun 14 Nov 2010 6:33pm One of my patients has recently presented a treatment conundrum.  She is a young woman with lupus that has required chronic low-dose steroids and mycofenolate mofetil at maximum dose to prevent relapse, a regimen she has been taking for the past two years. She was referred to us last year after developing increasing proteinuria (now at about 3 ... Read on »
Coping with Lupus: Recognizing Symptoms of Lupus and Reducing Lupus Flare Ups by Melissa G. Patient ExpertComplimentary & Alternative Medicine Posted Sat 13 Sep 2008 11:47pm 1 Comment What is Lupus In lupus, the body's immune system does not work as it should. A healthy immune system produces substances called antibodies that help fight and destroy viruses, bacteria, and other foreign substances that invade the body. In lupus, the immune system produces antibodies against the body's healthy cells and tissues. These ant ... Read on »
Inflammation by Carla U. Patient Expert Posted Tue 29 Nov 2011 1:34am Inflammation. It is the hallmark of many diseases (perhaps *all* diseases), including lupus. We have an epidemic of inflammation in this country, and it's killing us. There is a direct link between inflammation and obesity, inflammation and cancer, inflammation and diabetes, inflammation and lupus, and certainly inflammation and pain. F ... Read on »