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Eating Disorders Destroy Multiple Organs by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Mon 27 Apr 2009 11:42pm The best way to increase the number of transplantable organs is two-fold; 1) increase the number of organ donors and 2) diminish the need for organs.  Only by combining the two will we be able to end the disgraceful upward spiral of people who die while waiting for transplants.   . Eating disorders number among the top organ destroyers ... Read on »
Do You Know All the Side Effects of Amphetamines? by mlemmons Posted Sun 22 Apr 2012 10:17pm Amphetamine Side effects Amphetamine side effects are categorized into two main categories of short-term and long-term effects. All of these amphetamine side effects are experienced when someone continuously uses these drugs without concern for their health and in some extreme cases, the effects can become life threatening.  The best way to ov ... Read on »
Do You Know All the Side Effects of Amphetamines? by mlemmons Posted Sun 22 Apr 2012 10:19pm Amphetamine side effects are categorized into two main categories of short-term and long-term effects. All of these amphetamine side effects are experienced when someone continuously uses these drugs without concern for their health and in some extreme cases, the effects can become life threatening.  The best way to overcome any amphetamine side ef ... Read on »
Eating Disorders Destroy Multiple OrgansMarch 8, 2009 by Bob Aronson Patient Expert Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:02pm The best way to increase the number of transplantable organs is two-fold; 1) increase the number of organ donors and 2) diminish the need for organs.  Only by combining the two will we be able to end the disgraceful upward spiral of people who die while waiting for transplants.   . Eating disorders number among the top organ destroyers of ... Read on »
The long-term effects by Laura Patient Expert Posted Tue 01 Sep 2009 3:20pm I've talked about this before, but recent discussions about the role of alcohol and anorexia reminded me of this paper on death rates. "anorexia patients' five-fold increase in deaths due to gastrointestinal diseases may have been due, at least in part, to the indirect effects of alcohol abuse since 4 out of 6 deaths in this category were from ... Read on »
The Long Term Effects... ... by Brett Jones Healthy Living Professional Posted Sat 13 Jun 2009 12:01am The Long Term Effects... Of Dead-lifting and other activities... A recent post on the DD forum got me thinking a bit - the question arose as to what the long term effects of dead-lifting might be and if they were negative. This is a very difficult question to answer because there are so many variables to take into account. Such as ... Read on »
Long-term Effects of Opioid Pain Relievers by lizzie Posted Fri 14 Aug 2009 6:45pm 1 Comment As someone who suffers from chronic pain, I was wondering what are the long term effects of my pain medication? At this point in time Lyrica is not available to me and SSRIs, like Cymbalta, have horrible side-effects with me. So, my doctor in all his wisdom prescribes me Vicodin to control my pain. So, what are the long-term effects of it’s usage ... Read on »
Long Term Effects of Physical Therapy on Children with Cerebral Palsy by Your Therapy Source Posted Wed 03 Apr 2013 10:00am Developmental Neurorehabilitation published research on the long term effects of physical therapy on children with cerebral palsy.  A retrospective review was performed on 56 children with cerebral palsy (GMFCS levels I-V) who were treated with physical therapy from 2008-2011.  Their motor function was assessed every three months.  The resu ... Read on »
Good Teachers, Long-Term Effects and Test Scores: Don't Call the Principal Yet by Dr. Polly Doctor of Philosophy Posted Mon 09 Jan 2012 9:27pm Not enough Milk Duds or popcorn in the world to watch this one. Good teachers make a difference.   There's now more proof of the benefits according to a new study of 2.5 million elementary and middle school students tracked over 20 years.  Economists at Harvard and Columbia found evidence that having an effective teacher, a s ... Read on »
10 Reasons Parents Should Not Support Legalizing Marijuana by Vanessa Van Petten Patient Expert Posted Sat 20 Dec 2008 5:50pm 1 Comment On this blog I really try to give all perspectives.  Therefore, today I have written two exactly opposite posts to let my readers decide who to agree with.  Please see 10 Reasons Parents Should Encourage Legalizing Marijuana today–you decide which you agree with. It is Perceived as Socially Addictive “Under the Controlled Substances Act o ... Read on »