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Medical Tourism Tops in Thailand Thailand has become famous for its excellent medical facilities and healthcare for foreigners. One of the most popular medical tourism destinations in the world, Thailand’s surgeons and health care ...
Sep 22 2010 10:51pm
Medical Tourism in Thailand is really fascinating. The bet in Asia. You can also visit the ... more
Oct 08 2010 11:52am
Managing Osteo-Arthritis in the Hips Dear Fellow Well-mates, I wanted to share with you some ideas of dealing with osteo-arthritis in the hips—and trying to avoid hip replacement surgery, or at least delay it as long as poss ...
Jan 24 2007 1:06pm
Hi: I have severe chronic pain in my lower back but also butcher knife pain in my hip ... more
Feb 27 2009 1:10pm
McDonald's Is at It Again Three years after McDonald’s phased out its Supersize menu, which garnered national attention from detractors and nutrition buffs everywhere, the fast food mogul is picking up where it left off—with ...
Aug 23 2007 1:53pm
Slendersize! I love it! Cathy, you just may be onto something.... more
Jul 13 2008 5:14pm
Grandpa's meal tips! My grandfather was a heart surgeon who lived to be 98.5 years old. He used to enjoy helping prepare meals at home, especially when my grandmother’s arthritis kicked up. He advised me that a dinner s ...
Aug 29 2007 9:52pm
Though I always tear lettuce anyway, sometimes my hubby gets a hold of the head and cuts i ... more
Oct 02 2007 1:02pm
Finding Shangri-La Sir Robert McCarrison, a British surgeon, brought to the world's attention the health of the a group of people in India in the 1920's. He studied their foods and dietary habits. They were a curious p ...
Jun 04 2007 2:16am
Think You Got a Workout? You May See Benefits In general, Americans don't get much exercise. With cars to get us to work or anywhere we want to go, desk jobs, and TV watching, it's a wonder we get any exercise at all. The surgeon general recomme ...
Mar 06 2007 9:58am
Get Healthy—Or Else Inside one company's all-out attack on medical costs In August, Joe Pellegrini got yet another nagging phone call. It was his health coach, a woman working on behalf of his employer, the $2.7 billion lawn-care company, Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. (SMG ) The ...
Mar 12 2007 11:21am
ACL injuries growing problem for young female athletes First she heard the pop, then she felt the pain. Sixteen-year-old Lindsey Robinson tore the anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, in her knee during the last game of the 2005 soccer season. She's been s ...
Mar 26 2007 11:21am
Looking for advice on rehabbing a separated shoulder I separated my shoulder in a bike crash back in mid October. It is a level one separation, so no surgery is required. 2 days after my trip to the ER, an Ortho Surgeon told me I needed a week in a sl ...
Jan 25 2007 11:35pm
Hey, to all that have this shoulder sepparation,  Doesn't it surprise you that there is ... more
Dec 30 2010 12:43am
divorce treatments So, I’m reading in Allure that there’s a whole industry to pamper, relax and beautify you after a divorce. I’ve been divorced! I was so poor, though at the time. I could have used some of these trea ...
Oct 27 2007 8:13pm