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Category Archive: Medical

Feb 20

Vaccination May Increase Risk of Rare Psychiatric Childhood Disorders

The hot topic of the impact of vaccines on health and adverse reactions hits the news again, but this time, the source cannot be called disreputable. Yale University and Penn State U partnered to examine the insurance records of recently vaccinated children and compared them (as a control) to children who had NOT been vaccinated …

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Feb 18

Here Are The Most Dangerous Common Prescription Drugs

While there may remain two fixed camps dividing reliance on pharmaceuticals for health outcomes, those who take meds willingly, and those who will not, it cannot be argued that we are an overmedicated society compared to every other advanced society. Our pharmaceutical industry has an inCREDible amount of power in our country and has no …

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Feb 18

11 Ways to Stitch a Wound

  I really had no idea there were so many suturing methods.Apparently, it’s mostly a matter of preference which technique you use, but some stitches are less likely to leave a scar than others. Read the link below for more extensive background and specifics on how to really suture a wound properly if ever you …

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Feb 16

Debilitating Hyperparathyroidism–Hard to Identify, Easy to Cure

Until today, I’ve never heard of hyperparathyroidism. Take heed: This is NOT related to the thyroid gland. The parathyroid glands are different and are related to calcium levels in the blood. Calcium levels should not be above 10 for anyone. If they are, the body will slowly start to breakdown, especially the bones, as calcium …

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Feb 13

How to Make Aspirin from a Willow Tree 

Did you know that Aspirin is comprised of salicylic acid, which found in high abundance in Willow tree bark? Crazy, huh? If you can find a Willow tree of any kind, you can make an “aspirin” tea. I recommend you don’t go trouncing about other people’s property to harvest the bark. It’d be best if …

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Feb 13

How to Perform CPR on an Adult 

      Source: How to Perform CPR on an Adult #infographic ~ Visualistan

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Jan 29

How Gut Bacteria Affects The Brain And Body

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Jan 20

Obamacare vs The Affordable Healthcare Act, plus earn $25 completing a quick survey!

Think you know the difference? So did all these poor schleps. This explains a lot to me: anyone who hated Obama because his name was Obama was “for” the Affordable HealthCare Act and anyone who liked him was “for” Obamacare. I wonder what percentage of the populations actually understands they are the same thing? I’m …

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Jan 11

10 Shocking Medical Mistakes

  A recent study by Johns Hopkins indicated that medical error may be the third leading cause of death in the US. Not surprising, many of these horror stories were totally preventable. As always, I encourage to be your own advocate and if something doesn’t seem right, say something! This is not meant to frighten …

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Jan 10

Researchers Find Link Between Arm Size, Heart Disease Survival Rate

The research below is actually important and interesting but be careful not to misinterpret. Essentially, they studied older people and their arm circumference as a measure of muscle tissue.  The expectation is that the elderley population starts to lose weight and atrophy. If this study were focused more on a young or middle-aged population, the …

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