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Smoking Gain?: Secondhand Smoke Exposure Influences Body Weight, Lipid Profiles in Offspring by Environmental Health Posted Tue 30 Jun 2009 9:00pm Smoking Gain?: Secondhand Smoke Exposure Influences Body Weight, Lipid Profiles in Offspring Formal Correction: This article has been formally corrected to address the following errors. Jump to ... Read on »
Medical history and the medical humanities between two reductionisms by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 30 Jun 2010 5:34am It’s hard to escape the impression that the humanities (including medical history, medical humanities, etc.) are living a wobbly existence, balancing on a fine line over the two abysses of social reductionism and biological reductionism. Are patients and their diseases social constructions or bags of biochemical reactions? Do these reductionist ... Read on »
15th congress of European Association of Museums for the History of Medical Sciences in Copenhagen, September 2010 by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Jun 2009 10:30pm Make a note in your 2010 calendar already — for the 15th Congress of the European Association of Museums of the History of Medical Sciences (EAMHMS), which will be held here at Medical Museion in Copenhagen, 17-19 September 2010. The congress theme revolves around the question: How can medical history museums contribute to the popular engageme ... Read on »
NUTRITIONAL PROFILE: Glutathione Depletion and Blocked Methylation Cycle (Post 10) by Carlitos G. Patient Expert Posted Tue 20 May 2008 11:56pm Remember that this is juat a post of my blog, and it evolves, so to see the full story go to: www.pochoams.blogspot.com (English) or www.sfc-tratamiento.blogspot.com (Spanish) My current doc: Josepa Rigau Av Catalunya, 12, 3º, 1ª 43002 Tarragona Spain +34977220358 (I do recommend! hoeopathy and biological medicine, significant improvement) ... Read on »
A Quick History of Medication in Maternal Health Care - (and the Business of Being Born) by NicoleD Posted Wed 04 Apr 2012 9:45am originally posted on 5/12/07 Taking the lead from another great blogger I read often - try to find her ;o) - and from a recent viewing of the Business of Being Born - I wanted to touch on the dark blemish of American Obstetrical practice - routine medication for birth. (BTW, it is funny that this was shown as a screening in the midst of a H ... Read on »
The recent history of medical technology — piecing it together from memoirs and reminiscences by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Dec 2009 3:00am One of the challenges for a museum of medicine intent on collecting recent and contemporary medical artefacts is to get an overview of the historical development of medical instruments, medical technological systems and the medical device industry. Trade shows and their catalogues (published or online) are excellent sources. But memoirs an ... Read on »
16th biannual conference of the European Association of Museums of the History of Medical Sciences (EAMHMS) will be held in Berl by Thomas S. Patient Expert Posted Sun 04 Sep 2011 9:49am The 16th biannual conference of the European Association of Museums of the History of Medical Sciences (EAMHMS) will be held in Berlin, 13-15 September 2012 on the theme “Hidden Stories: What do medical objects tell and how can we make them speak?”. Here’s the call for papers from Thomas Schnalke, director of the Berliner Medizinhistorische ... Read on »
H2O by Ali Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Sun 29 Aug 2010 10:54am Something so simple as water can mean a healthy life, or death for our little ones... especially for our little ones who are already plagued with uncontrollable conditions they are battling throughout their body making them extremely medically fragile. For those of you that are relatively close to my family, and/or have followed my son Brayden cl ... Read on »
Ideal Body Weight - Fantasy vs. Reality by Israel L. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sun 17 May 2009 10:01pm A doctor once told me that for my height, I should weigh between 124 and 138 lbs. I laughed right in his face. That seemed to upset him, so he went on to preach about the dangers of obesity, and how the excess weight I was carrying around was destroying my body. I laughed again, much harder this time. Just so you know, at the time I was 31 yea ... Read on »
Body Weight Set Points by Sarah@Low Stress Weight Loss Facebook Posted Tue 20 Jul 2010 11:00pm Do you believe in the set points theory for your weight?  Certain weights at which your body just gets comfortable & really fights moving beyond.  This can be up or down. I dug around and found several different articles and a simple summary (from MIT, no less) :  “According to the set point theory, the set point itself keeps weight f ... Read on »