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Different countries, different meanings by Kamal S. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Wed 11 Feb 2009 2:52pm Recently I wrote about what the hoardings said on a Sunday morning. Bill Peckham, in his CKD blogroll pointed out that hoarding was a new word. That led me to think about the many words that are used differently in the US and in India. In the above context, I was referring to what people in the US refer to as billboards. I checked Wikipedia to ... Read on »
different size, different person? by emmy Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 02 Oct 2009 10:02pm Throughout my life, I’ve been surrounded by talks of weight-loss and diets. One of the fears I tend to hear the most is that, “When I finally lose all that weight, who will I be?” These people (mostly women) describe themselves as always having been “the chubby one,” “the funny overweight one,” “the one with ‘just the personality’.” They fear peo ... Read on »
Repost: Different States, Different Rules by Stephen F. Registered NurseHealth Maven Posted Fri 21 Sep 2012 5:25pm One of the biggest areas of frustration for students, stakeholders, and nurse practitioners are the seemingly lack of consistency among state regulations regarding NP practice. The rules in one state may not necessarily apply in the next (and even neighboring state). I have known NPs that lived near state borders, licensed in both states, yet had ... Read on »
Bladder Cancer - TURBT - Different Countries & Different Protocols by Steve K. Patient Expert Posted Sun 14 Dec 2008 5:07pm TURBT - Different Countries & Different Protocols Since the bladder cancer was diagnosed 8 months ago, I have been able to communicate via this blog and email with only a handful of other bladder cancer patients. The one that's farthest along isDavid F. in Kent, England(near London), who has passed two years with all clear, and has one final p ... Read on »
Different Scales Say Different Things by Bill S. Health Maven Posted Sun 08 Aug 2010 8:13am Just took three of the “fall predictor in Parkinson’s disease” tests outlined in this article .  Two of the tests say I’m at a high risk of falling.  One says I’m a low fall risk. Who should a boy believe? Took the “Timed Up and Go” test.  Measured out a spot 10 feet away from a chair.  Used a timer as I rose, walked to the chair at ... Read on »
Nirvana: different strokes for different folks by Barbara M. Patient ExpertHealth Maven Posted Fri 28 Aug 2009 6:18pm The end of the week spelled happiness for our household, but in such a variety of ways: The Captain got to stare at cartoons for a whole morning when I was in court and couldn’t monitor. The Cabana Boy continued work on a freelance project for another law office in town, creating an office computer network from the bare walls up. D ... Read on »
Different Strokes for different folks by Maddy M. Patient Expert Posted Wed 22 Oct 2008 9:35pm We survive the first 45 minutes of her being ill, but then she follows me around like a rash. She reminds me that she is bored at 3 minute intervals. This is my ‘play with me, play with me, watch me, watch me,’ child, not that I’m assigning a role of predestination for any of my children. ... Read on »
Different Playlists for Different Workouts by Billy @ BeerBellyBlog Patient Expert Posted Mon 10 Nov 2008 4:42pm I have two different playlists on my ipod; hip-hop/rap and techno/dance. When I am lifting weights, I notice that the hip-hop playlist energizes me and helps my lifting because I feel more like a “badass gangsta”. But when I’m on the exercise bike, the gangster rap music doesn’t help at all, it seems to slow me down. That’s when I pump u ... Read on »
Why do different doctors have different opinions ? by Dr. Aniruddha M. Medical Doctor Posted Tue 18 Nov 2008 12:18am Many patients get very confused when they get a second opinion which differs from the first, and often don't understand how two different doctors can have such widely varying viewpoints. Remember that medicine is an inexact science, and there are often many ways of skinning a cat, all of which may be equally effective ( and painful !) Often, ... Read on »
Making A Difference With Differences by Steve Roesler Patient Expert Posted Mon 26 Jan 2009 3:54pm I've always been bothered by the seemingly well-intentioned books and workshops that fall under some variation of  "Managing Differences". Have a look at the graphic and we'll continue. You  can click on it for a full-page view. Style vs. Substance Style: It would be safe to say that most "Differences" activities focus on i ... Read on »