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Extreme Thinking and Moods Are The Death of Creativity | Psych Central by Larry Drain Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 19 Nov 2010 1:24pm Extreme Thinking and Moods Are The Death of Creativity | Psych Central . Read on »
Heart Deaths Rise With Extreme Temperatures, Study Finds by HealthFinder Posted Tue 18 Sep 2012 1:00pm healthnewslink Heat waves deadlier than cold snaps, researchers find. TUESDAY, Sept. 18 (HealthDay News) -- ... Read on »
The most amazing, death defying, extreme backcountry mountain bike race you will ever behold! by Jarral R. Posted Wed 13 Jul 2011 12:15am Note to reader; some of the following may be knowingly told as a half truth or even complete fabrication. Some will not. This was also written after a trip to the Circus World Museum in Baraboo, WI. The Colorado Trail Race is the most horrific, daunting and thrilling mountain bike race you will ever witness. 480 death defying, jaw dropping mi ... Read on »
Heart Deaths Rise with Extreme Temperatures, Study Finds by Medline Plus Posted Tue 18 Sep 2012 4:00pm Heat waves deadlier than cold snaps, researchers find Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Heart Diseases , Heat Illness Read on »
Reflections on Death, #1: Recycling of the Dead (An Excerpt from Death & Sex) by Chelsea Green Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:00pm The following is an excerpt from Death & Sex by Tyler Volk and Dorion Sagan. It has been adapted for the Web. From chapter 4: Recycling of the Dead When carbon ends its “lifetime” in the biosphere, it doesn’t stop being carbon. It merely passes into a deeper zone. One is reminded here of ancient myths that [...] Read on »
SUGAR SHOCK! Can Be Deadly: High Blood Sugar Triggers About 3.1 Million Deaths A Year, Researchers Find by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 8:11pm Frequently putting yourself into SUGAR SHOCK! can be downright deadly. I'm not usually this blunt, but new research flat out shows that about 3.1 million people around the world are unnecessarily dying just because their blood sugar levels soar too high. What pains me is that these deaths are, by and large, unnecessary! What it comes down ... Read on »
Treating the Dead and Redefining Death by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 25 Aug 2008 3:17pm From Newsweek, an article about the science of resuscitation and how our understanding of death is changing . The particular quote that captured my attention: "But if the cells are still alive, why can't doctors revive someone who has been dead for an hour? Because once the cells have been without oxygen for more than five minutes, they die when ... Read on »
Yes, Brain Death Means You Are Really Dead! by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Wed 16 May 2012 8:16am Are brain dead patients really dead?  That’s the question many people are asking because of stories circulated by irresponsible journalists, TV shows and movies who seek sensational plots and people who just refuse to acknowledge the facts. The simple answer to this question is, “Absolutely.  If you’ve been declared brain dead by a qualifie ... Read on »
CDC Scientists Working to Halt Deadly Meningitis Outbreak–Number of Deaths Now at 15–FDA Needs More Money To Carry O by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 15 Oct 2012 3:22am This story seems to keep getting worse sadly and Tennessee is still the hardest hit state. At the CDC they are working hard to notify everyone who could have been exposed.  Also the New York Times had some interesting information to add with their interviews with employees on safety and working conditions at the the New England Compounding Cent ... Read on »
Maggie's dead (or: How to explain a politician's death to your kids) by Maria Verivaki Patient Expert Posted Tue 09 Apr 2013 10:04pm While driving my daughter to her basketball practice session this afternoon, we listened to the radio, as we always do in the car, the only place we listen to radio these days. A punk rock rhythm was beating out, interspersed with political statements voiced by what sounded like Arthur Scargill and Margaret Thatcher. The noise of the traffic ... Read on »