Patient Narratives

Patient Narratives

The transformative power of patient narratives in healthcare educationPublished July 8, 2019 in the BMJ Opinion Patient narrative and experience are too often ignored as a resource for improving educational and regulatory practices, say Rebecca Baines,...

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To Infinity and Beyond

To Infinity and Beyond

From a paper by folks at NASAThe Effects of Blood Glucose Levels on Cognitive Performance: A Review of the LiteratureAIM: To investigate whether perceptions of task difficulty on neuropsychological tests predicted academic achievement after controlling for...

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Allulose

Allulose

Whether or not an added sugar or sweetener is "healthy" must be determined by science, and so far, whether caloric or non-caloric, "natural" or "artificial", these food additives are a question mark in terms of human health. However, many hope for a...

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Main Information about Stromectol Generics

Stromectol is one of the most common medicines used to combat parasitic diseases in humans, mainly caused by roundworms. Diseases that are treated with Stromectol include such formidable conditions as strongyloidosis, onchocerciasis, elephantiasis and some others....

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Hypoglycemia

Hypoglycemia

Sitting in the doctor’s office and being told you have type 2 diabetes is a pretty scary moment.  It can feel like a prison sentence – or worse. What if there was a sign, evident much earlier in your metabolic life, that there might be a health problem...

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The “Gift” of Hypoglycemia

The “Gift” of Hypoglycemia

*Yes, Gift. Why?"Because long before you get diabetes or heart disease, low blood sugar, also called Hypoglycemia, sends you insistent warnings, like a “canary in the coal mine,” while you still have time to spare yourself. The gift messages take many...

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