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Fat Soluble Vitamins---Vitamin A and WLS by Diane S. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 26 Aug 2008 12:41pm Vitamins A, D, E and K are all classified as fat soluble vitamins - since they are soluble in fat and are absorbed by the body from the intestinal tract. They follow the same path of absorption as fat and any condition interfering with the absorption of fats would result in poor absorption of these vitamins as well. This class of vitamin can b ... Read on »
Psychiatric Patients' Advocates Sue New Jersey by Susan .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Aug 2010 12:00am From the New York Times- August 4, 2010- Patient advocates filed a federal lawsuit on Tuesday charging that New Jersey psychiatric hospitals routinely medicate patients against their will without a review by an outside arbiter, a practice that is banned in most other states. Twenty-nine states require a judge’s ruling for invol ... Read on »
American Fitness magazine (Nov/Dec 2012) issue by Yusuf Saleeby Medical DoctorFacebook Posted Mon 12 Nov 2012 12:00am   I write for American Fitness quite regularly and this latest issue my Lipotropic article was published.  Incidentially, Tony Horton (celebrity personal trainer) was the cover and featured article.  Very funny because back in 2009 I met Tony at a BeachBody coaches conference when I was asked to speak to the group in launching a ... Read on »
UK Government Documents on Aluminium in Vaccines by Kim S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 01 Jun 2011 12:00am The shocking truth about aluminium (aluminum) in vaccines from UK government documents John Heptonstall In September 2010 the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency, MHRA, which is the government agency responsible for regulating medicines and medical devices in the UK, reported that there was a risk of alumin ... Read on »
Sugar is 'the most dange ... by John R. Posted Thu 19 Sep 2013 8:45am Sugar is 'the most dangerous drug of our time' and should come with smoking-style health warnings, says Dutch health chief This is just an attention-seeking bureaucrat making baseless assertions.  If he was any sort of serious thinker he would address the question of distinguishing between people liking something and being addicted to it ... Read on »
I'm Not A Patient Patient by Lynn Bering Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 07 Apr 2009 11:46pm Man, I get cranky when I haven’t worked out in three days. I can’t stand living with me right now, so I can only imagine what my husband’s thinking. Hmmm…do you suppose that’s why he was out of the house before I got up this morning and has dinner plans with colleagues tonight? Can’t say as I blame him. Catching up on my blog reading, I see ma ... Read on »
The Year in Medicine, from Time by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 4:51pm A Synopsis of The Year in Medicine 2008: From A to Z The financial world blew itself up, the political world turned upside down, but in 2008 the world of medicine just kept chugging. In good times and bad, science doesn't sleep, and every year brings breakthroughs, setbacks, reasons for worry and reasons for joy. TIME' s annual alphabetical ro ... Read on »
AJMC Peer Exchange: Nationwide, Patient-Centered Strategy Needed To Battle Obesity, Type 2 Diabetes by Len S. Patient Expert Posted Fri 23 May 2014 7:00pm The American Journal of Managed Care opens its conference, Patient-Centered Diabetes Care: Putting Theory in Practice, with a peer exchange among leading experts who concluded that a nationwide, patient-centered effort is needed to turn the tide on rising rates of obesity and type 2 diabetes mellitus in the United States. Fighting the na ... Read on »
NHS Calls the Fire Department to move Obese patients - UK by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Sat 14 Mar 2009 3:53pm The fire fighters are not happy as they say it is an abuse of the services they do, and should be taking care of fires and other life and death situations, and not having to be at the call of the NHS for the multitude of calls.  Fire crews in England have received at least 1,780 calls to help move obese patients in the last five years, 75% o ... Read on »
Ambulances Charging More for Obese Patients and Buying Heavy Equipment for Transporting by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Thu 22 Oct 2009 10:02pm One more good reason to lose some extra weight, your ambulance ride may be charging you more.  Would you want to travel to the hospital loaded via a forklift on a flatbed truck if there were no other alternatives?  Some ambulance companies are investing in heavy equipment to get the job done and along with that investment comes increased cost ... Read on »