Articles About "Medicine"
When Someone Has Schizophrenia
Schizophrenia is a devastating brain disorder-the most chronic and disabling of the severe mental illnesses. The first signs of schizophrenia, which typically emerge in young people in their teens or twenties, are confusing and often shocking to families and friends. Hallucinations, delusions,... Medical Progress in the Prevention of Neural Tube Defects
Each year spina bifida and anencephaly, the two most common forms of neural tube defects, occur in approximately 1 of every 1,000 pregnancies in the United States and in an estimated 300,000 newborns worldwide. Only recently have researchers made some progress in preventing these defects. The... Talking With Your Primary Care Doctor - A Guide for Persons with OI
Introduction: People with OI usually require the services of a health care team that includes a primary care physician (PCP) and several specialists. The role of the primary care doctor or PCP is to care for the whole person in terms of overall health. For children, the pediatrician or... Supporting Students with Asthma
Five million children in the U.S. are living with asthma and the number is steadily increasing. Most live in cities, are poor, or are African American or Latino (Noble, 1999). Schools-especially those in urban areas with deteriorating physical plants and limited resources-can find it challenging to...
"Medicine" in the News
Modernizing Medicine Named Business of the Year by Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce
Modernizing Medicine announced today that the Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce named the company its 2014 Business of the Year. The annual awards program has been in place for almost MDČ Celebrates 18 Years of
Widely credited with originating the concept of concierge medicine, MDČ celebrates 18 years of practicing highly personalized care. MDČ began in Seattle, WA, and now has a collection of eight offices affiliated with world-class medical institutions. IBC, Penn Medicine, and DreamIt Ventures partner on startup accelerator to solve key healthcare problems
PHILADELPHIA -- Independence Blue Cross (IBC), Penn Medicine, and DreamIt Ventures today announced that DreamIt Health Philadelphia, the region's first healthcare accelerator, is now accepting applications ... In Silico Medicine Inc. Launches in the US to Use Advances in Technology to Combat Aging and Age-related Diseases
BALTIMORE, Md. -- via PRWEB - In Silico Medicine Inc, developing novel computer-assisted methods for drug discovery in aging research, has officially launched in the US. In Silico Medicine draws on years ...
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"Medicine" in the Adoption Blogs
What I Didn't Expect About International Adoption
September 10, 2011, 9:05 pm
Having just gone through the home study process, I'm new to the whole experience of international adoption. I have read several adoption books, but I haven't made it to the adoptive parenting books on my shelves. (When expectant mothers read books about pregnancy, they certainly don't skip to... Giving Birth to New Life: Part 2
July 28, 2011, 11:17 am
We have all heard the words before 'you are just like your mother' or 'you are your father's son'. When you hear those words said it is usually meant to be a compliment, right? Well, in my world it was quite the opposite, to hear 'you are turning out like your mother' meant I had done something... The Sick and Wounded
February 3, 2012, 8:42 am
Oh dear, how the mighty have fallen. A week ago, my 13 year old had a sniffle. This was followed by fever, chills, aches, pains and a cough that won't quit. Then, one by one, the remaining 4 kids got sick. All at once but not quite all at once. One a day.
I admit it. It has been...
"Medicine" in the Adoption Forums
Getting to know Pumpkin
January 17, 2014, 12:46 am
I had a nice lllooonnnggg post about our Pumpkin drama so far, but decided to slim it down. I'll just say that I now know that birthmom has mental health issues she is not treating. She has either couch-surfed or shacked up in multiple counties, which has made getting P's Medicaid and WIC a...
Feeling harrased by DCFS
January 30, 2014, 3:02 am
Last september we had office manager and licensing worker knocking on our door to ask questions to us both separate. We had an investigation because 2 teenagers made false allegations against us (one left in jan for rehab and the other one ran away in the middle of the night , she was already 18...
Thanks for getting back to me,
February 18, 2014, 11:03 am
Truly, I had not been aware of any statistics having to do with ADHD. I began taking medicine for it and counseling with a psychologist in September of last year and have been told some things about it that were completely news to me.
I don't wish to stray off onto a bunny-trail...
Preemies & Medically Fragile & Drug Addicted
January 18, 2014, 9:34 am
Spawn off thought from another thread...
I have a colleague who had twins 6 weeks early. They were in the hospital for a while, and the first few months, if they were in foster care, I'd assume that they would have been listed as "medically fragile." Their biggest issues were GI related, reflux...
Stories About "Medicine"
Looking for Love in All the Wrong Places
My story may be common but for me it was a life changing moment that has effected me for 30 years. I write in hopes of sharing compassion, pain and most of all to be just a little closer to finding... Aleisa's Story
My name is Aleisa and I am 28-years-old. I just recently got married to a wonderful, sweet guy this past September. My life has come quite a long way since November 17, 1992 when I found out that I... A Very Great Love
There once lived a farmer and his wife in a far Eastern land. They were not rich farmers, but very, very poor. Very often, their farm could not produce enough food to keep the farmer and his wife...
"Medicine" on Adoption.com
How important is it to test for progesterone at ER ...
IUI #1 - April 2, 50 mg of Clomid , fol: 27, 22, 15, 11, 11, lining 10.4; count 300K. BFN ... (#1) and Sher Institute of Reproductive Medicine (#2). I will definitely ask my RE#1 about testing for progesterone. Me-41...grrr (AMH 1.75, FSH 5.9) MTHFR, NK cells abnormal. DB-48 (Vasectomy)PESA X 2
High blood pressure and TTC - FertilityCommunity.com
My PMD isn't going to prescribe anything unless my it becomes elevated--hoping that I am preggers and won't need medicine. 2 safe meds during pregnancy are Aldomet (which is what bhuckaby is taking) and Labotalol. ... 04-21-2009, 09:22 AM.
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