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Would not lose vitamins? Avoid these mistakes eating

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Avoid eating some common mistakes to enjoy all the nutrients! For example, it never peeled fruits and vegetables. Avoid coffee and tea during meals so that you will not properly absorb iron. So you get maximum benefit from the daily menu! If you keep a week in the refrigerator in the kitchen or your favorite [...]

After the Flood, Diseases Strikes

After the Flood, Diseases Strikes

After the most severe flood in all the history of Pakistan now the people among the Indus river are the targets of many infections. An important number of cholera cases was confirmed by aid workers in the Swat Valley of the northwestern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Province and in the remote Rajanpur district in Punjab Province. Maurizio Giuliano, [...]

Too Much Plastic Surgery Can Have Devastating Effects

Medical malpractice claims against plastic surgeons can involve a variety of procedures. Patients who undergo breast implants, breast reduction, liposuction or facelifts may have to consider legal action if the medical professional they trusted caused severe scarring, infection, disease, malformation, tissue damage or other unexpected and often unexplained results. People who sought vast improvements in [...]

Switching ERP Vendors May Not Be the Answer

Switching ERP Vendors May Not Be the Answer

No enterprise resource planning (ERP) vendor overwhelmingly satisfies clients more than the others, but with so few options–and none performing well–migrating to a new vendor may not be worth the cost, according to a new report published by KLAS. For the new study, “The Conundrum of ERP: Is It Possible to Get Functionality and Service?”, [...]

Monovision

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Presbyopia is a vision condition many people begin to notice in their 40s. Aging eyes lead to blurred vision close up, which causes people to need reading glasses or bifocals. While some may be fine with reading glasses, others won’t and may be candidates for a procedure called monovision. This procedure corrects the dominant eye [...]

More Hospital Acquired Infections

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A recent study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine found that half of all deaths caused by infections such as sepsis and pneumonia resulted from an infection acquired in a hospital. In 2006, sepsis and pneumonia were the causes of death of 48,000 people and added $8.1 billion to healthcare costs. The study was [...]

Beware of Cosmetic Surgery Scams

Beware of Cosmetic Surgery Scams

In tough economic times, many people are searching out deals for plastic surgery procedures in an attempt to keep the cost within their budget. However, many of the providers offering “discount” services are not truly qualified to perform the procedure. Often this can result in serious injuries to the patient. Recently, two sisters in Southern [...]

Features Innovative Solutions to Improve Access to Healthcare in India

Features Innovative Solutions to Improve Access to Healthcare in India

Global Health Progress’ recently-released report, Innovative Solutions to Improving Health in India, summarizes how the organization is committed to building sustainable, innovative solutions to secure access to healthcare for all Indian communities. The report notes that access to healthcare remains problematic in parts of India, especially in rural areas. For instance, forty percent of the [...]

Energetix Announces 13th Annual Lyceum in Chicago

Energetix Announces 13th Annual Lyceum in Chicago

Today’s patient requires much more than a generic approach or what may be defined as a “standard protocol” in healthcare. There are over six billion people on the face of the earth and each one is individually and instantly recognizable by face, voice, fingerprints, and smile… the list goes on. Although well-known protocols may provide [...]

How can we balance personal freedoms with public health?

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‘I would like to see free school meals for everybody under 16,’ says Lindsey Davies, new president of the Faculty of Public Health. Photograph: Eamonn McCabe It might have been the house where the occupants had burned the front door in order to stay warm. Or the homes where no one had any idea how [...]

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