Mon Oct 23 2017

Category: Pharmacy


Food Allergies Are More Common Than Ever

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

Have you noticed it appears to be the case that food allergies are more common than ever?  Perhaps you've noticed more warnings about nuts on food labels or certain ingredients used in cooking menus.  There is no doubt there has been a huge amount of interest in food allergies becoming more common.  In fact, dozens [&hellip

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Comprehensive Breast Cancer Centers

Posted in Health Conditions, Pharmacy, Women's Health

They are called comprehensive breast centers.  For women with breast cancer, they can be a nice option because the experts are prepared to deal with a wide variety of issues surrounding breast cancer.  I'm not saying the hospitals and physicians not affiliated with these comprehensive breast centers are less qualified or can't provide similar options, [&hellip

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Be Aware of the Holiday Heart Syndrome

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

It's called the holiday heart syndrome.  It doesn't only occur during the holiday season, although that's how it got it's name, but it's not a coincidence that it does occur during the holidays.  Is it a direct result of peace and joy and good will toward men?  No.  It is a direct result of celebrations, [&hellip

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Cardiac Arrest and Therapeutic Hypothermia

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

It's very interesting that New York City ambulances have decided that they're going to take cardiac arrest patients only to hospitals that use a delicate cooling therapy believed to reduce the chances of brain damage and increase the chances of survival, even if it means bypassing closer emergency rooms.  What they are talking about is [&hellip

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Research on Memory Capacity

Posted in Men's Health, Mental Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

According to a report looking at memory, people have a far greater capacity to remember images than previously thought.  In the experiment, 14 people ranging from 18 to 40 viewed nearly 3,000 images one at a time for three seconds each.  A short while later, they were shown pairs of images and were asked to [&hellip

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Understanding Autism

Posted in Men's Health, Mental Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pharmacy, Women's Health

We hear a great deal about autism and many people think they have a handle on what autism is.  Clearly, it is difficult to explain in words because it is a child's actions which demonstrate the condition to parents and doctors.  The working definition is that autism is a severely incapacitating, lifelong developmental disability that [&hellip

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Breast Cancer Can Occur in Men

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Pharmacy, Women's Health

Breast cancer can occur in men as well as in women.  The incidence is small.  The interesting thing is I have received many people who have contacted me to tell me about the importance of it every time I've done this particular report.  The message is the same; thanking me for bringing the topic to [&hellip

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Massage Therapy Can Benefit Cancer Patients

Posted in Alternative Medicine, Health Conditions, Men's Health, Pharmacy, The Body, Women's Health

There are few who will argue that if you have muscle tension or are under stress, a therapeutic massage can provide some tremendous relief, but over the years most reports about massage therapy have been word of mouth.  In recent years, benefits of massage have been looked at and according to a report in The [&hellip

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Leukemia Survival Rate Is Improving

Posted in Health Conditions, Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pharmacy, Women's Health

There is good news from the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.  The 5 and 10 year survival rates for children suffering from leukemia and non-Hodgkin's lymphoma continue to improve.  The report is based on information from 1999 to 2004.  During that time, the 5 year survival rate increased from 80% to 88% and the [&hellip

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Eating Cereal and the Sex of a Baby

Posted in Men's Health, Parenting & Pregnancy, Pharmacy, Women's Health

Researchers in statistics and obstetrics gynecology are challenging a report from last year claiming that babies born to mothers who eat breakfast cereal are more likely to be male.  The new study says that due to the large number of food items in the original study included for analysis, women reported on their consumption of [&hellip

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