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29
May

Smuggling a Beer for My Hospital Patient

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Article by: By Daniela J. Lamas, M.D.
Photo by: Gilmartin Owen

My pager went off late one afternoon with a message from the oncology service at my hospital, asking me to see a 70-year-old man with metastatic cancer and trouble breathing. I wasn’t hopeful. I had chosen to train in pulmonary and critical care medicine because I wanted to be someone who saved lives. But, it turned out, there was so much sickness I couldn’t fix.

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5 Habits for a Healthier Brain, Vail Ranch Pharmacy in Temecula, CA
21
May

5 Habits for a Healthier Brain (and Life) - By Jennifer Jones

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I started having seizures when I was around 5—the kind of seizures you see in the movies: fall-flat-on-the-ground-shaking-like-you’re-electrocuted-eyes-rolling-to-the-top-of-your-head seizures. These kind of seizures are now called tonic-clonic seizures, but when I was a little girl, they were called “grand mal” seizures, which means “the big bad.” Perhaps they changed the name because calling something “the big bad” isn’t very hopeful for patients.

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What is Kefir and Why Is It So Good for You?
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May
15
Apr

Why We Need Probiotics - A Beautiful Symbiosis

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Do you cringe when someone mentions probiotics because you really don't want to think about those zillions of bacteria living in your gut? Swallowing down some more to add to the pile may not sound like an appealing thought, but the truth is that taking probiotics is probably one of the best interventions you can do to stay healthy or regain your health. That's because those four pounds of little critters in your gut are to a very large degree your immune system. They hold the keys to your very existence.

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