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Melbourne: Australian health experts have warned that topselling mouthwashes can cause oral cancer and should be pulled from supermarket shelves immediately. The experts issued the warning after investigating latest scientific evidence linking alcohol-containing mouthwashes to the deadly disease. The investigation concludes that there is now ‘sufficient evidence’ that “alcoholcontaining mouthwashes contribute to the increased risk of development of oral cancer”. The mouthwash contains ethanol, which is believed to allow cancer-causing substances to permeate the lining...
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This post is a reproduction of a blog from the meraMD official blog. The original blog is here. We ended the previous post with the promise of telling you about the benefits of joining the meraMD medical community. Here's how you can benefit from the community   Be noticed Not only within the medical community, as a thought leader in your domain, but also in the online space. Internet usage for medical information is growing...
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A Whole Lot of Infertility Blogging--Brought to You Sorted and Filed: "This list brings together anyone in the infertility/pregnancy loss/assisted conception/adoption/pregnant or parenting after infertility or loss community. From those who were shocked by their diagnosis to those who are utilizing assisted conception because they are single parents by choice. Gay or straight, male or female, every race and religion--all are welcome here. From the newly diagnosed to the oldest vets to those who finished...
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I always request my patients to email me rather than phone me for non-urgent matters. I find this is much easier for them - and for me ! I reply to all emails within 24 hours - and since they have to write down their queries, they are well-organised and ask much better questions, so my answers are better. Also, since I give them a written reply, there is much less scope for misunderstandings !...
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Pregnancy is one of the most exciting times in a woman’s life and every pregnancy is truly a miracle. Because women having been having babies for centuries, there are still many myths and old wives tales about pregnancy, which modern obstetrics is just starting to dispel.Myth 1. Pregnancy care starts after you get pregnantMost women register with their obstetrician for medical care after they get pregnant. After all, we are all familiar with the adage:...
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DR.SHAGUNA published a post
First 4 Wk Turns head from side to side. May fixate face or light in line of vision. Visual preference for human face. At 4 Wk Watches person; follows moving object Body movements in cadence with voice of other in social contact; beginning to smile At 8 Wk Head sustained in plane of body on ventral suspension Follows moving object 180 degrees Smiles on social contact; listens to voice and coos At 12 Wk Early...
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Published on www.brainblogger.com Your Television Never Went To Medical School Often, usually on television, one viewing will often at times see an advertisement for some type of medication- usually one involved in a large market disease state.  Such commercials are sponsored by typically large pharmaceutical corporations for particular networks on television.  This is called direct to consumer advertising, and both doctors and citizens largely prefer that they do not exist.  Since 1997, when the FDA...
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A fundamental aspect of constitutional due process…..   Published on:  www.psa-rising.com   The Unreachable Availability of Provenge   Terminal patients are those who are not expected to live, usually due to an illness such as advanced cancer. Typically, a cancer patient is considered terminally ill if it appears he or she has 6 months or less to live. Cancer patients who are terminally ill, without cure or tolerable treatment, with the expectation that they will...
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Thoughts about Obesity   Obesity has been defined as when excess body fat accumulates in one to where their physical overgrowth makes the person unhealthy to varying degrees. Obesity is different than being overweight, as others determine obesity to be of a more serious concern.  As measured by one’s body mass index (BMI), one’s BMI of 25 to 30 kg/m is considered overweight.  If their BMI is 30 to 35 kg/m, they are class I...
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Upon information and belief, evidence-based medicine (EBM) is how health care providers practice medicine by applying the conclusions gained from those who authentically implemented the scientific method to acquire these conclusions. These conclusions from relevant clinical trials are analyzed by others in regards to the risks and benefits to be considered for the treatment protocols for the patients of health care providers.  These trials are determined to be the best evidence available presently for the systematic analysis...
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