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What is a SUPERFOOD? Here are 10 super foods that will help minimize blood sugar and even throw your disease into reverse by Diabetic Chef .. Patient Expert Posted Sat 22 May 2010 6:37am Eating right is key to managing diabetes. There's a lot of talk about superfoods. But, says the American Diabetes Association, the best foods for you are easy to find, easy to cook, and even easier to pronounce. Some, like the 10 that follow, are particularly suited for people who have diabetes ... Read on »
Let's Play, "Blood, Poop, or Vomit"!...The Ambulance Is a Filthy Place by CrustyAmbulanceDriver .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Tue 28 Oct 2008 9:40pm If I haven't already made you think twice about ever calling an ambulance again, just based on the fact that ambulance drivers are sick, twisted, insensitive, CLOWNS; the information I'm about to reveal to you will really make you never want to call an ambulance again, unless it's a choice between 'call an ambulance' or die (which is the way ... Read on »
Bodily Functions & Fitness 101: Blood, Tears, Vomit, Saliva & Poop by Charlotte H. Patient Expert Posted Sun 31 May 2009 10:51pm Pee. Sweat. All kinds of gaseous emissions. We've covered a lot of embarrassing stuff on here the past week. We giggled, we shared our worst moments and I unwittingly earned the privilege of having everyone in Turbokick ask me if I've had any soy that day before they'll stand next to me - every single class (answer: no, I learned my lesson thank ... Read on »
Let's Play, "Blood, Poop, or Vomit"!...The Ambulance Is a Filthy Place by CrustyAmbulanceDriver .. Healthy Living Professional Posted Fri 10 Oct 2008 8:00pm 1 Comment If I haven't already made you think twice about ever calling an ambulance again, just based on the fact that ambulance drivers are sick, twisted, insensitive, CLOWNS; the information I'm about to reveal to you will really make you never want to call an ambulance again, unless it's a choice between 'call an ambulance' or die (which is the way it ... Read on »
Blood Pressure: Not As Simple As Lower Is Better by Alvin B. Lin Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Tue 17 Jul 2012 11:50am I started medical school over a quarter century ago.  Even then, we joked about the good ol' days, when we believed that (systolic) blood pressure should be "100 + your age", before the advent of the diagnosis of hypertension.  Of course, we didn't have the innumerable anti-hypertensives we do now.  Perhaps that's why in that grand medical ... Read on »
There Will Be Blood by yannai Posted Wed 26 Aug 2009 12:00am My doctor appointments are pretty boring. By now, there really isn’t any point to them except standard protocol. I see my doctor, get blood drawn, and discuss any new symptoms or problems that may have arisen. But if I had a substantial complaint to begin with, I would never wait until my appointment to bring it up. If I was getting feve ... Read on »
Weekend Blood Sugar Phenomenon by Pairofmoms Posted Sun 12 Dec 2010 12:00am During the school week, I am very good at sticking to a food schedule (mostly because I am forced to eat when I have my break scheduled). Anyway, during the weekend, not so much. First of all, I can sleep a lot longer than during the school week, getting 8-9 hours of sleep, instead of 5-6. I have noticed that this throws off my blood sugar le ... Read on »
5 Ways To Ruin A (low carb) Diet by Robin P. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Tue 10 Feb 2009 10:24am Whether you are on a low carb diet or not, sugar is damaging to the body in many ways. The following is just a partial list of some of sugar's consequences from a variety of medical journals and other scientific publications. To find out more about why sugar is an addiction and how it upsets your whole body chemistry, read "Lick The Sugar H ... Read on »
A Transplant Recipient's Story by HealthCareFixers .. Posted Sun 24 Aug 2008 1:49pm MARK POCHAPIN: Welcome to our webcast. We're going to talk about a topic that is becoming more commonplace with increasing and improved surgical and medical techniques. That is transplantation. Organ transplantation we often think is something that really belongs in science fiction. With me today are two people who know quite a bit about transplant ... Read on »
Allison Quets and Her Battle For Her Children by Lisa .. Patient Expert Posted Tue 02 Dec 2008 3:05am Allison Quets is someone who has always played by the rules. A good student in high school, she managed to squeeze four years into three and graduate a year early. She went on to college, obtaining her bachelor’s degree at Stony Brook College and graduating with highest honors. She then completed a Master’s degree ... Read on »