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Shock me, shock me, shock me... by tubbytabbytales Posted Thu 20 May 2010 11:38am ...with that fatty behavior! Okay, look, people. I was doing well at the gym, was making myself proud. And LIKE ALWAYS, I stopped going. *sigh* So. I'm going to have to work in rewards for the gym. For every 30 days I go, I can buy a treat $10 or less. This treat can't be food. So for example: Nail polish, make up, dvd from the $5 bin at Wal-M ... Read on »
What do we mean by circulatory failure or shock ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Wed 12 Aug 2009 10:32pm Human circulatory system consists  of  the heart , the arterial  and the venous  systems. Together they constitute the  three important limbs of circulatory system namely , the  pumping, delivering and retrieval systems .In physiological conditions approximately 6 liters of  blood  has to traverse  the entire   circuit every minute . The  pu ... Read on »
FDA Approves Protecta Implantable Defibrillators With SmartShock Technology to Reduce Inappropriate Shocks by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Mon 28 Mar 2011 7:02pm The SmartShock features as I understand with reading here is an extra safeguard to avoid a life saving shock when it is actually not necessary which can originate from benign non life-threatening arrhythmia or electrical noise sensed by the device.  When you stop and think of all the many devices that are out in the world today who knows if ... Read on »
Tough calls in cardiology : Refractory hypotension in septic shock and the role of Hydrocortisone in Septic shock ? by Dr. Sangareddi V. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 05 Jun 2012 12:18am Time and again cardiologists are called to opine  in critically ill ICU patients with  hypotension.  The circulatory shock of septic shock  is often refractory  . Many  times it  degenerates  into multi -organ failure . The mortality remains high in- spite modern treatment .Even in those patients who recover , they require prolonged  inotropic ... Read on »
Some Creative Ways to Generate Easy,Thrifty, & (Shock, Shock! Yes, It's True!) Healthy Meal Ideas by Corey I. Patient Expert Posted Sat 12 Sep 2009 12:00am I wanted to share a very simple but creative way to save money & generate meal ideas in these budget-conscious times: Base your meals around coupons. Now, that doesn't mean I'm suggesting that you create a dinner based around "Little Debbies." :) Or whatever happens to be on sale at the moment. You don't have to be at the mercy ... Read on »
What is Sugar Shock? What is Beyond Sugar Shock? by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 22 Jun 2012 5:42pm Wondering what I mean by the phrase Sugar Shock? After noticing that one baffled person needed help to learn if she or he was in Sugar Shock, let me share my definition. As you may be able to guess, I've given this considerable thought over the course of five years, while working on my first book, Sugar Shock , an ... Read on »
Shocked, SHOCKED by Laura Patient Expert Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 8:04pm I'm not sure if the word "shock" applies here: Professor Pope weighed 30kg (66 pounds) at 4'10" (BMI: 13.8) Suffered from an eating disorder since her teens Did not eat anything but fruit and diet sweets in public Was socially withdrawn Lost 10kg (22 pounds), or 13% of her total weight in the past year Hoa ... Read on »
Halt Halloween Havoc: Tips to Tame Your Sugar-Shocked Little Monsters -- Listen to Our Special Stop SUGAR SHOCK! Radio Show by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 7:34pm Did you catch our fun, special Halloween special on how to help your sugar-overloaded youngsters when they come back from trick-or-treating? Don't fret if you missed it. Listen now to our Stop SUGAR SHOCK! Radio Show, Halt Halloween Havoc: Tips to Tame Your Sugar-Shocked Little Monsters. Thanks to the technologically advanced Blog Talk R ... Read on »
SUGAR SHOCK! Isn't Just the Name of My Book. Americans & Canadians Are Confessing to Halloween-Candy-Induced SUGAR SHOCK! by Connie Bennett Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 18 Dec 2008 8:12pm What a fascinating last hour or two I've had. Google Alerts -- the wonderful service that tracks any articles that have specific key words you're tracking -- has been keeping me quite busy. You see, with my book SUGAR SHOCK! on the horizon -- as in less than two months away from bookstore shelves -- I like to keep a look-out for any mention ... Read on »
The Surgeon General on Teen Tobacco Use: Is She “Shocked,” or Shocking? by Brad R. Posted Tue 20 Mar 2012 9:02am Surgeon General Regina M. Benjamin on March 8 released a report on teen tobacco use with the comment, “The numbers are really shocking.” What is truly shocking is that Dr. Benjamin apparently released the report only to a select group of media outlets that published unchallenging stories, precluding any immediate intelligent analysis of this ... Read on »