Ten Ways To Deal More Effectively With Your Doctor. Part 3

2011-11-24 / Health / Comments Off on Ten Ways To Deal More Effectively With Your Doctor. Part 3Comments

The following are 10 tips for making the doctor-patient relationship work for you:

Before the Visit:
1. Create your health history. It’s not enough to rush through a form in the waiting room while you’re distracted; take the time to do your own record in the relative quiet of home when information is more accessible to you. Read the rest of this entry »

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Ten Ways To Deal More Effectively With Your Doctor. Part 2

2011-11-24 / Health / Comments Off on Ten Ways To Deal More Effectively With Your Doctor. Part 2Comments

One of the biggest changes is the amount of time allotted to an office visit. “In the practice of internal medicine as recently as a decade ago, seeing 15 or 20 patients a day in the office was considered pushing the limit for a conscientious physician. Today, 50 patients a day is common and reports of 70 or more are not unheard of,” he said.

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Ten Ways To Deal More Effectively With Your Doctor. Part 1

2011-11-24 / Health / Comments Off on Ten Ways To Deal More Effectively With Your Doctor. Part 1Comments

Nancy Keene’s daughter already knew plenty about doctors and medicine by the tender age of 6. She had been treated for leukemia for more than two years and now she was going to have an operation. But she became very upset when the anesthesiologist started to talk to her.

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Back Injury after Childbirth

2011-11-24 / Health / Comments Off on Back Injury after ChildbirthComments

Q.I am 38 and have a five-month-old baby. One month after delivery, I started to feel an intense pain at the upper back. My doctor took some X-rays and found a fracture in the T-8 vertebra, and has ordered an MRI. Read the rest of this entry »

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AT&T Learning Points Program

2011-11-16 / Communication / Comments Off on AT&T Learning Points ProgramComments

Schuyler School is an active participant in the AT&T Learning Points Program. This program will assist our school in obtaining the equipment necessary to provide our children with the skills needed to succeed in the 21st century. Read the rest of this entry »

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EMDR: Breakthrough Therapy for Who? Part 2

2011-11-10 / Psychlogical Issues / Comments Off on EMDR: Breakthrough Therapy for Who? Part 2Comments

Francine Shapiro, PH.D. developed a specific procedure for trained therapists to follow when providing EMDR therapy to clients. Prior to an EMDR therapy session, a client needs to be thoroughly assessed; given an explanation of EMDR and given the opportunity to ask questions. After the client gives consent for this type of treatment, an EMDR trained therapist would ask the client to bring up a specific aspect of the traumatic event, a negative self-cognition of himself/herself, negative emotions and related physical sensations about the trauma. Read the rest of this entry »

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EMDR: Breakthrough Therapy for Who? Part 1

2011-11-10 / Psychlogical Issues / Comments Off on EMDR: Breakthrough Therapy for Who? Part 1Comments

Perhaps you have heard someone talking about EMDR yet wondered what does it mean? EMDR stands for Eye Movement Desensitization Reprocessing. However knowing what EMDR stands for doesn’t give a clear understanding of what it is. Therefore, I’ve organized this article with the intent of giving an abrigded introduction and explanation of it.

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Help The Body Help Itself The Bifidus Factor, Post 3

2011-11-09 / Health / Comments Off on Help The Body Help Itself The Bifidus Factor, Post 3Comments

The Wellness Mall: How are the products packaged?
DiFolco: The powder is preserved in a foil pouch inside the box. A nitrogenflush process removes the oxygen and stablizes the powder so it will not spoil. This process enables a two-year shelf life before opening. After opening we recommend refrigeration. Read the rest of this entry »

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Help The Body Help Itself The Bifidus Factor, Post 2

2011-11-01 / Health / Comments Off on Help The Body Help Itself The Bifidus Factor, Post 2Comments

Both products, in addition to lactobacillus bifidus, provide a number of other naturally occurring important and essential nutrients including vitamin B1, B2, B6, B12, Niacinamide, Pantothenic acid, Folic acid, calcium, magnesium, potassium, iron, zinc, manganese, and the amino acids arginine, cystine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, threonine, trytophan, tyrosine, valine, etc. Read the rest of this entry »

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