INTIMATIONS OF AGEING Our own Peter Tibbles, who writes the Sunday Elder Music column here, reports on a recent conversation at the fish market when a young woman who served him mentioned that her name is Bianca. PETER: Oh, like...
Decreasing the number of tests, blood transfusions and length of time in the hospital, while improving patients' pain management and communication with physicians were the results of implementing the Perioperative Surgical Home (PSH)...Show More Summary
Pete Compton, a 79-year-old retired construction worker from Newport Beach, stunned his daughter twice on his birthday earlier this year: First, he showed up at her Corona home on a bicycle. Next, he turned down her offer to drive him home, instead pedaling all the way back to the beach, a 60-mile...
Latinos may be more anxious than Caucasian patients about having surgery and also want more detailed information before having a procedure, suggests research being presented at the ANESTHESIOLOGY(r) 2016 annual meeting.
The most dreaded words for a woman to hear while she's in her hairstylist's chair? “You have a bald spot.” It's something that a lot more women appear to be hearing. About one in four are experiencing premature hair loss, whether it's thinning at the top of the scalp, a widening part or hairless...
More than one-third of Americans who undergo procedures involving anesthesia now have them outside of the operating room (O.R.), an increase of 27 percent in five years, according to an analysis of a large registry being presented at the ANESTHESIOLOGY(r) 2016 annual meeting. Show More Summary
Salisbury steak, it’s been said, was named after Dr. J. H. Salisbury, a 19th-century physician and lover of ground and minced beef. Dr. Salisbury was convinced that meat, especially when ground up, could cure a wide variety of ailments. Show More Summary
Residents are still living on bottled water, waiting for government pledges to be fulfilled.
The Personal Shoppers at Prep 101 are at it again and have assembled a collection of over 25 office, after 5 and weekend looks as part of its concierge service. Again, as with our last feature about them, those who want a style consultation for an upcoming event or a wardrobe makeover can get the... Read More »
Mom-to-be Blac Chyna helped her BFF Amber Rose kick off her 33rd birthday celebrations on Thursday evening at the Flirt Cosmetics’ launch party at Break Room 86 in Los Angeles, California. The Rob & Chyna E! Network reality TV star and the Dancing with the Stars alum celebrated in a private section at the nightclub. Chyna... Read More »
From time to time, we may get a little low, call it Monday blues or a temporary depression. But if you suffer from unhappiness or low mood frequently – or even chronically – it can be a result of a … The post Boost your happiness by fixing this one thing appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
To many of use using our right hand is something we often don’t think about, but it’s something researchers dwelled deeper into researching. Researchers uncovered that the predominant use of the right hand dates back nearly two millions...Show More Summary
If you're pregnant, we know you're dealing with a lot of changes, physical and otherwise. But as you work your way through the trimesters, it's important to stay strong so your body can handle the stresses being placed on your joints, spine, and ankles - oh, how we remember those swollen feet. Show More Summary
Even though back pain sufferers knew they were taking a placebo, they still experienced pain relief, a new study found. The researchers found that patients who knowingly took a placebo for back pain saw their back pain improve and had … The post Placebos may be effective at combating back pain appeared first on Bel Marra Health - Breaking Health News and Health Information.
Getting a good night’s sleep is important if we want to be productive and happy. Our bodies have been telling us this for years and so have countless sleep studies. Now we’re learning that it’s not just the quality of … The post Sleeping...Show More Summary
October is Healthy Lung Month, so we present our top articles discussing matters of the lungs, including asthma, bronchitis, COPD, mild cognitive impairment, rheumatoid arthritis, and lupus. During the month of October, we discuss the...Show More Summary
By Madison Teater My name is Madison J Teater. I am a third year student at California State University, San Marcos (CSUSM), and I am a T1D. I am a history major hoping to become an archivist one day. I’ve had T1D since I was 13 and am now “celebrating” my 7th year of T1D. And […]
Schizophrenia, although a type of mental illness, can influence or can be influenced by dementia, urinary tract infections, hypothyroidism, sleep deprivation, and yeast infection. We have compiled our top articles regarding schizophrenia...Show More Summary
Researchers are working on a new strategy to combat one of the most severe forms of muscular dystrophy. Rather than acting on the defective gene, they are using large doses of a vitamin.
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