Home » tags

Articles, tagged with "american medical association", page 1

Bookmark and Share

What is the history behind Oxygen therapy?

03rd January 2012
The history of putting oxygen concentrator-releasing substances into the body follows several tracks. Interest in ozone dates back to oxygen concentrators the mid-1800s in Germany, where it was claimed to purify blood. During World War I, doctors used ozo... Read >
Author: ericzeng

Dengue Fever in the Philippines

17th November 2011
Are our Doctors “barking up the wrong tree” in their efforts to get on top of the Dengue Fever outbreak in the Philippines? Despite their best efforts, people (mostly children) are still dying, why? The best that the medical profession can come up with... Read >
Author: Mervyn Penny

Is it a Scam? The Power of Conversational Hypnosis Review

18th May 2011
That conversational hypnosis has both its positives and its negatives is completely accurate. In good hands, the technique may be utilized to persuade people to act inside the most advantageous strategy to secure their own well-being. In poor hands, it ca... Read >
Author: Tony Schwartz

Power of Conversational Hypnosis Review - The True Story

20th January 2011
Power of Conversational Hypnosis was released in 2005 and was accredited by the American Medical Association despite the number of hypnotherapists against this particular course. It was dubbed by many as "The Ultimate Covert Hypnosis Program" because of i... Read >
Author: johnnyjaypierce

Business AEDs – Why Should You Have an AED at Your Business?

16th April 2010
Automated External Defibrillator, or commonly referred to as an AED, is a lifesaving device that can mean the difference between life and death in a cardiac emergency. An AED is a portable, lightweight device that can quickly diagnose and recognize heart ... Read >
Author: Henry Justinson

ObGyn Field Struggles In Present Economic & Political Climates

07th April 2010
A current study illustrates that med students are supposedly trending to not specialize in gynecology and/or obstetrics because of the exorbitant cost of malpractice insurance coverage. Lawsuits, among additional factors, have been the cause of insurance ... Read >
Author: Robert

The Growing Interest In Raw Milk: Some Attribute Raw Milk With Medicinal Properties

30th March 2010
Hannah Springer, a Brooklyn mother, had a chronic thyroid disorder for which, her doctors told her, she would need to be on medication for the rest of her life. Mainly for the benefit of her toddler, she sought out, and found, an underground source for r... Read >
Author: Werner L. Knoepp Ph D

The Best Brain Power Supplement: Ginkgo Biloba

24th March 2010
This ancient Chinese herb is an extract made from the leaf of the Ginkgo tree. It is the most well-documented plant extract used to support brain function - there are more than 1,000 studies of Ginkgo Biloba from all over the world. The consensus is that ... Read >
Author: Freeman Brock

Obstetrics & Gynecology Today

02nd February 2010
Medical students are reportedly choosing not to specialize in gynecology due to the high cost of malpractice insurance. Litigation has caused the insurance premiums to rise, which has led to many leaving their ObGyn job. In the meantime, the number of pos... Read >
Author: Robert

I Have Gone From Thick To Thin Hair – Could Someone Please Help Me!

25th January 2010
If you have gone from thick to thin hair and are at a loss for words about why this is happening you have come to the right place. And after all, who wouldn't be looking for answers after such a dramatic change in appearance. In this article we will explo... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Cardiology Job Market Outlook

21st January 2010
At one point, people believed that too many cardiologists and specialists were being trained to keep up with the shrinking number of jobs. However, a study conducted by the ACC revealed that all graduate fellows found a position and typically continued wi... Read >
Author: Robert

NutriSearch Comparative Guide to Nutritional Supplements Consumer Edition Revie

10th December 2009
An abridged publication of the NutriSearch Comparative Guide to Nutritional Supplements, 4th edition, was released earlier this year. This "Consumer Edition," is meant for those that don't need all the specialized scientific information contained in the f... Read >
Author: mlmwizard

Help Restrict Gout with Diet and Alkaline Water

03rd September 2009
A gout attack can be quite easily subdued through coffee; however, a longer term solution to effectively treat gout is to learn how to live a healthy life. A gout reducing diet is very important if gout is reduced. These six tips make gout diet planning e... Read >
Author: Hamilton Erridge

Healthy Diet for Acne Prone Skin

07th August 2009
Don't eat that - you'll get zits! We've all heard it; from parents, friends or even the family doctor. But the fact is, even after extensive study, scientists have not found a connection between diet and acne. Not chocolate. Not french fries. Not ... Read >
Author: spuunman

Be There Or … Pay Up: Developing a Patient No-Show Policy for Your Practice

08th July 2009
"No-show" patients are a part of any medical practice. Over the years, physicians and other practitioners have developed numerous policies in an attempt to prevent no-shows. Most practices institute such policies as a deterrent rather than for the purpose... Read >
Author: Wachler & Associates
Bookmark and Share
1 2