By the time you finish reading this article, you will want to avoid diabetes or pre-diabetes. If you are over age 50, you will especially need to avoid getting Type II or adult diabetes. In 2015, there were an estimated 30.3 million in the US with diabetes, or 1 in 10 adults. That figure is an underestimation, as more than... Continue Reading →
If you’re like the average (obese) American adult or child, your eating habits could change for the better. With 2018 upon us, it’s time to look at your waistline. Choosing foods with a low glycemic index means choosing fat mobilization and energizing yourself in many ways: Click here to continue reading my article via 10... Continue Reading →
Today’s age management medicine doctors are geared to reverse the complications of aging. Chase your grandchildren instead of suffering on the sidelines in the disability section... via Aging Over 50 Additional Articles by Dr. Margaret Aranda Organic Orange Blueberry Scones Organic Blueberry Buttermilk Muffins Organic Paleo Muffins Organic Carrot Cake Diabetes & Obesity How are you Aging? 10... Continue Reading →
A worthwhile read for this time of the year.
BEHIND THIS MASK
Lies so much brokenness, pain and damage hidden from all, she’s tried to reach out but, no one has payed attention at all…
BEHIND THOSE EARS
So many words which echo and wounded her soul, you are not good enough,
not pretty enough,
not smart enough,
Why are you even here? Your a failure to all…
No one wants you, you can disapper no one will miss you at all.
BEHIND THIS BODY
So many scars from hands placed upon it she’s been violated, beaten and more.
BEHIND THOSE EYES
Which have cried more than most, they have seen so much hatred from those she trusted most… feeling as if they were right.
Why don’t they really see her? She’s been hurting so deep.
She’s been wanting
to go while she sleeps,
never to wake up and put an end to all the emptiness, anguish, judgements from…
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Richard "Red" Lawhern's exemplary article on behalf of patients with chronic pain is selected as he Strong Patient Advocate article of the week! Red is featured on the Roy Green show today at by Richard A. Lawhern, Ph.D. “Catch 22” is a phrase that most of us recognize. It refers to a satirical novel by Joseph... Continue Reading →
Do you know the magic moment the physician-patient or patient:physician bond first forms? There is one. It's when a formal contract is made between the doctor and patient. It happens in a different realm that you may not know existed. Slow down. Look. Usually, a person in pain or having a medical problem seeks a local... Continue Reading →
7 Ways that Chronic Pain Changes the Brain: An automated meta-analysis of 420 imaging studies - pain's effect on the brain. neurosynth.org uses functional connectivity and coactivation mapping from thousands of MRI images (each comprised of many cuts of images) are automated to show a final result of pain's effect on the brain. Created and... Continue Reading →
Perhaps you have something called chronic metabolic syndrome. Don't wait until you are in the hospital to get the diagnosis. And if you have any type of chronic syndrome, including chronic pain, read on. Metabolic syndrome is a cluster of problems that are associated with the oxidative stress of high blood pressure, obesity, huge abdominal girth, heart attack (the... Continue Reading →
The etimology (origin) of the word, "iatrogenic" is from the Greek: iatros - physician genic - English iat·ro·gen·ic \ ī-ˌa-trə-ˈjen-ik adjective Iatrogenic (Merriam-Webster) "induced inadvertently by a physician or surgeon or by medical treatment or diagnostic procedures iatrogenically -ˈjen-i-k(ə-)lē \ adverb iatrogenicity - jə-ˈnis-ət-ē \ noun In other words, the physician did it. Examples of Iatrogenic Events: George Washington was... Continue Reading →
Lots of people want to know the definition of "diagnosis." Merriam-Webster.com puts "diagnosis" in the Top 10% of searches. "dia" in Greek means "apart." + "gignōskein" is "to recognize" or "to know" "gnō" is "to come to know," as in spiritually; = diagignōskein - ‘distinguish, discern' DIAGNOSIS Originating in modern Latin around 1675-85, this late 17th-century... Continue Reading →