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Prescriptions for Ice Cream? (Day 288) by Peter Olson Patient ExpertFacebook Posted Tue 03 Nov 2009 10:02pm How cool is this? "Futuristic ice cream may treat chemotherapy's side effects" BY Rosemary Black DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER Thursday, October 29th 2009, 3:16 PM "An ice cream to control chemotherapy's debilitating side effects is under development." Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/lifestyle/health/20 ... Read on »
Dealing With Chemo’s Side Effects by Sylvie Fortin Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Apr 2009 2:52pm We are on our way home tomorrow after travelling to Atlanta to speak at the Big Seminar. I think I’m still reeling from all the hugs, smiles, and well wishes I received this past weekend. It was such a wonderful experience, and I couldn’t be happier that we decided to go, in spite of all the dire warnings about how difficult it would be f ... Read on »
Side Effects A-Z: Avoiding Weight Gain (Hyperphagia) by Dr. Silva Medical Doctor Posted Thu 27 Aug 2009 11:38pm One of the most alarming and universally unacceptable of medication side effects is that of permanent weight gain, and it is not an uncommon one. This article focuses on weight gain as a side effect of psychotropic medication, which falls under the area of my expertise, but the general principles are applicable to weight gain from any medication ... Read on »
What does ice do for a musculoskeletal injury? by Dr. Eben Davis Doctor of Chiropracty Posted Sun 14 Nov 2010 12:00am San Francisco Chiropractor Comments: Have you ever wondered why chiropractors, physical therapists, and sports trainers use ice to treat musculoskeletal injuries (see how-to-ice back and neck video below)? Sure the ice feels good...so it is a natural analgesic. Ice also reduces swelling and muscle spasms. B ... Read on »
Souls On Ice -- Yes or No? by pvedmom Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 12 Jun 2009 11:57pm Aanis Elspas is a mother of four. Unlike most parents, she had three of her children simultaneously. The nine-year-old triplets were born in 1997 after Elspas underwent a series of in vitro fertilization treatments for infertility. Her oldest child, 10, is the happy result of a prior ivf treatment round. Elspas worked hard to get her children, an ... Read on »
“Get Some” Milkshake and Ice Cream by TrainerKim Posted Tue 11 Jun 2013 10:09pm If you have been following this blog at all, you are well aware of my love for bulletproof coffee.  There’s nothing better then starting my day with a mug full of creamy coffee goodness. Sometimes I go crazy and splash a little vanilla or cinnamon in there. Woah. It’s crazy good. If you haven’t tried it, you should race over and get ... Read on »
Hit me one more time with those side effects! (CLICK TO READ ABOUT CHEMO SIDE EFFECTS) by msrenda Posted Fri 21 Aug 2009 12:39pm The drugs that go into your body during chemotherapy are toxic waste! LOL Well, almost but they have to be deadly to kills cancer cells, the only down side to that is that they kill healthy cells as well. That's why we lose our hair, our nails turn black, our skin gets dry, we feel tired more easily, we forget things when we have that chemo brain g ... Read on »
Side Effects of Alzheimer's and Dementia Drugs by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Fri 29 May 2009 11:47pm There is a new study published in the journal, Archives of Internal Medicine that caught my attention. The study showed that users of cholinesterase inhibitors like Aricept, Exelon and Reminyl are more likely to experience slower heart rates and a higher rate of fainting episodes. In the case of my mother, her heart rate has slowed, and t ... Read on »
Side effects and other updates, plus the joy of giving back by Nicolas van Dyk Posted Thu 22 Oct 2009 10:05pm Howdy folks. Time for an update. I went in for my weekly Velcade on Tuesday, and then back to the same office to visit with Dr. GD yesterday. The Velcade infusion went smoothly -- I've gotten it down, knock on wood, with this portacath now. I use something called Emla cream, which is a topical solution squeezed out of a tube that is bas ... Read on »
Side effects and other updates, plus the joy of giving back by Nicolas van Dyk Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:07pm Howdy folks. Time for an update. I went in for my weekly Velcade on Tuesday, and then back to the same office to visit with Dr. GD yesterday. The Velcade infusion went smoothly -- I've gotten it down, knock on wood, with this portacath now. I use something called Emla cream, which is a topical solution squeezed out of a tube that is b ... Read on »