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Archive for January, 2014

What I learnt from my daughter’s death

Jan
17

Date: January 17th, 2014

How I use my experience to prevent future deathsThe story of my daughter’s illness and death

Mille Niss, my lovely daughter was a poet and a web artist. I actively collected all her poems and took them to a publisher for soliciting. After I submitted her work,

The choice of lawsuits and overtesting for emergency physicians

Jan
16

Date: January 16th, 2014

The many difficulties that physicians face in the emergency departmentJust like most of the physicians out there, those of you who read this blog regularly are well familiar with the rather difficult choices that doctors in emergency department have to make.

3 scientific breakthroughs you should know about

Jan
15

Date: January 15th, 2014

A look at some not so common terrible disease treatmentsRecently, I have been focusing a lot on underappreciated and little known miracles in the world of medicine. It still remains a great mystery that some of these miracles go unappreciated,

Solving the various behaviors that cause obesity

Jan
14

Date: January 14th, 2014

Factors that derail your weight loss effortsPerhaps your biggest issue is portion size and moving is hard for you even though you know too well that you require some exercise. Perhaps you are stressed out completely and you need a good night’s sleep.

The drawbacks of using Google for self diagnosis

Jan
13

Date: January 13th, 2014

The problem with GoogleOf late, things have been quite tough for most people as the economy continues to bite and everyone seems to be feeling the pressure. To add salt to the injury, your body has all along been acting weirdly in was it didn’t before.

Is learning from the ones we love possible in medicine?

Jan
12

Date: January 12th, 2014

Introducing medicine White Coat CeremonyInhalation, Perspiration, Exhalation, self- abnegation, equivocation, urination, devastations, etc. are just a highlight of the many things I have in my struggle to get to a medical school.

Gradual growth of skin, food allergies in young ones

Jan
11

Date: January 11th, 2014

Achieving a selflessness state through medicineSince releasing my novel titled Altamont Augie, so many people have asked many times what being a doctor and a fiction writer have in common colleagues and patients were quite shocked to the idea that the doctor they came to depend on for delivery of technologically health care services to patients suffering from kidney failure and other problems could manage to produce something like a novel.

High blood pressure at the office could be a white coat hypertension

Jan
10

Date: January 10th, 2014

Best advice on how to deal with seemingly high blood pressure levelsWhen some patients visit a doctor, they tend to argue that they always have a normal blood pressure at home. Most patients who come to see me have abnormally high blood pressure, sometimes well over 130/90.

This is referred to as the ‘white coat hypertension’. Even though it is believed to be the anxiety of having to see a doctor, it has been proved that long established patients without any anxiety conscious usually exhibit high blood pressure while in the office. Since blood pressure fluctuates naturally and that a visit to the office is not usually a ‘normal’ setting, patients with hypertension or high blood pressure should have their blood pressure cuff at home.

Impacts of baby boomers on end of life care

Jan
09

Date: January 9th, 2014

How baby boomers have revolutionalized the health care industryBaby boomers are America’s largest generation and have spent a significant proportion of their life transforming cultural expectations, ideas and expectations.

The best way to find dangerous physicians

Jan
08

Date: January 8th, 2014

How patients prescribe to patients having Medicare part DThe ability of doctors to prescribe drugs and medications is what makes them different from other kinds of providers. While this not hold true anymore, still, doctors write most of the prescriptions.