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Month of Conception Might Raise Odds of Premature Birth by Medline Plus Posted Mon 08 Jul 2013 4:00pm Mom's exposure to flu during third trimester appears to be a key risk factor, researchers say Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Flu , Pregnancy , Premature Babies Read on »
12 Months of Health Information Technology: A Year of Momentous Progress by Juno Medical Doctor Posted Fri 06 Jan 2012 11:47am ONC earned its nickname as the “Office of No Christmas” during the 2009 Holiday season roughly two years ago when we, along with our colleagues at the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), announced the proposed regulations to govern the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record Incentive Programs ( EHR Incentive programs ) estab ... Read on »
May is Mental Health Month - "Get Connected" by Jeremiah D. Doctor of Philosophy Posted Fri 03 Oct 2008 12:52pm Last month I posted this on the "Get Connected" effort for Mental Health Month.  What I like about this concept for a drive such as this is the recognition of the importance of social connectivity as it relates to people's functioning and well being.  People are social animals - we do better when we have healthy relationships, both formal and i ... Read on »
Guest Post: Why Is McDonald’s Listed As a Resource For Childhood Obesity Awareness Month? by Andy B. Healthy Living Professional Posted Wed 15 Sep 2010 5:26pm I am not a fan of any sort of “awareness” month as I find the concept trivializes important health issues. Are we only supposed to care about heart disease, diabetes, etc, during that one month of the year? And I rarely see anything of substance come from the month-long activities, just the usual ineffective educational campai ... Read on »
Patient support group by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 04 Jun 2012 9:48pm For the last two months,  a small group of dialysis patients has been meeting once a month to discuss mutual problems and share tips on coping with kidney disease. We meet at NephroPlus ' East Marredpally center at 5 p.m. on the first Saturday every month. The concept of a support group is really great. Only someone on dialysis can understan ... Read on »
2011 Autism Research Game Changer: California Autism Twins Study (CATS) And Gene Environment Interaction by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Wed 21 Dec 2011 12:22am Joachim Hallmayer MD, Stanford University Following is the press release I received setting out what Autism Speaks considers to be the top 10 autism research achievements of 2011.  Personally I do not think every one of these projects should be on a list of top 10 autism research achievements but this is the Autism Speaks list and I reprint ... Read on »
Planned Parenthood Uses Telemedicine Web Cam to Dispense Pills and Consult with MD by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 18 May 2010 4:11pm This is currently happening in the heartland, in Iowa.  The conference is set up via web cams at each location.  Once completed the remote location doctor can remotely open a drawer that will dispense the medication and it has to be take in front of the web cam in the case of the RE 486 Mifeprex, abortion pill.  I think that part is a good ide ... Read on »
Employee Engagement – applying the concepts by Sharon K. Brothers, MSW Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Tue 16 Mar 2010 2:00pm If you’ve been patiently following the last series of 2 Minute Trainer, you know that I’ve focused on the Gallup organization’s “12 Keys for Employee Engagement” study. I love this particular study mostly because the Gallup organization not only studied what employee engagement looks like, but they also studied the results of a highly engaged ... Read on »
Not Pregnant But Could Be? Take Folate. by Dr. Nundy Posted Wed 08 Jul 2009 11:44am A common question I get from people is, “Which vitamins and supplements should I be taking?” Zinc? Iron? Coenzyme Q10? Which nutritional supplements are proven to improve health and are recommended for healthy individuals? The truth is that the answer depends on who you ask. Different doctors, nutritionists, and expert organizations give differen ... Read on »
If pesticide effects can be passed on for generations, what ... by Sangita Sharma Posted Sun 04 Oct 2009 11:13pm http://devinder-sharma.blogspot.com/ This is disturbing news. A report published in the Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail (April 1, 2009) quoting a study published in an American medical journal Acta Paediatrica says that the harmful effects of chemical pesticides can be passed on from generation to generation. The report quotes Pau ... Read on »