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posted a Quick Tip about Epidural. October 23, 2010
posted in Eco-Babyz
My decision for a drug free birth was sincerely based on my opinion of what is best for mom and baby (with a healthy pregnancy), not because I wanted to be a hero. If your decision is based on something …
reviewed Taking Charge of Your Own Health: Nav.... April 27, 2010
Taking Charge of Your Own Health: Navigating Your
This is an inspiring read that lets us see what so many around the world go through when it comes to getting the treatment they need and deserve. Lisa Hall is fearless in her pursuit to help others not …
The Vitamin D Solution: A 3-Step Strategy to Cure
The author describes how Vitamin D is  helpful in modulating mood swings, weight  loss, sleep, the immune system, the brain,  heart and physical strength. Sun and calcium  help …
reviewed Public Option and Universal Healthcare. March 15, 2010
Public Option and Universal Healthcare
        This issue has been a hotbed topic ever since President Obama first started running for office and it’s quite a controversial one as well. It’s far from being …
posted a Quick Tip about Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Los Ang.... February 27, 2010
Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Los Angeles
I am so happy to report.
reviewed Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Los Ang.... February 27, 2010
posted in Joy In Birthing
Kaiser Permanente Hospital in Los Angeles
I have to admit, I had some pre-conceived ideas about Kaiser Permanente Hospitals.  After all, in the enlightened Westside community of Los Angeles, I though Kaiser was probably the most de-humanizing …
posted a Quick Tip about The State of Our Health As a Country. January 27, 2010
You Are HOW You Eat
Yea Marc Allen!! (publisher of Power of Now): "I don't do mornings and I don't do Mondays" ~ speaking to Edward Mills/Prosperity Interviews.
reviewed The State of Our Health As a Country. January 24, 2010
You Are HOW You Eat
 So now I am encouraged to write a couple of more oblique reviews :|  This subject coalesced from going back and forth between Santa Cruz CA, and England.       When I'm …
reviewed The State of Our Health As a Country. October 25, 2009
You Are HOW You Eat
In the past nearly six months I have made drastic changes to my diet. I eliminated wheat, refined sugar, and processed foods and in recent months have been dabbling in a more raw diet. After making many …
reviewed Getting There from Here - How should .... September 15, 2009
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Idealists on both sides of the healthcare debate have very defined ideas of what our healthcare system should look like.  Atul Gawande uses this New Yorker article to explain why we need to ignore …
reviewed Real Choice? It's Off Limits in Healt.... August 26, 2009
Ron Wyden
In this article, David Leonhart argues that we need to provide consumers with additional choice as part of any solution to the health care crisis.   He starts by describing the broken state …
reviewed McAllen, Texas and the high cost of h.... August 11, 2009
Atul Gawande
You might be thinking that you either pay for good care, or you pay less for a system that saves fewer lives.  Atul Gawande, a physician and writer for the New Yorker, proves that we don't have to …
reviewed Howard Dean's Prescription for Real H.... August 01, 2009
 There are probably fewer issues more important than healthcare right now in the US. Regardless of whether you agree with the Obama plan, the current statistics paint an ugly picture:   …
reviewed Defend Your Health Care. July 31, 2009
Defend Your Health Care
SHE HAS ACTUALLY READ THE BILL!   Betsy McCaughey is a health care scholar, patient advocate and a former Lt. Governor of the State of New York.  As such, she is eminently qualified …
reviewed Argument for rationing health care by.... July 28, 2009
Peter Singer
Peter Singer, a professor of bioethics at Princeton University, makes the case for rationing health care, arguing that rationing is both the most ethical and the most pragmatic choice.  He claims …
reviewed Blue Cross and Blue Shield Association. February 07, 2009
Blue Shield
Disclaimers:   I've just acquired insurance with them and have yet to actually visit a doctor, so I cannot comment on claims processing, finding a doctor, or the countless other aspects of health …
reviewed How Doctors Think. January 15, 2008
How Doctors Think
Groopman straddles the popular medicine, general statistics, and medical how-to genres in this book on how doctors approach diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment. As such, it does all three genres moderate …
reviewed How Doctors Think. May 04, 2007
How Doctors Think
A "New Yorker" writer as well as a doctor, Groopman explores the human component in medicine. Each of these essays starts from the particular - often a patient anecdote - which then reaches into the pathways …
reviewed How Doctors Think. April 07, 2007
How Doctors Think
"How Doctors Think" is thoughtful reading for doctors and patience alike. Patients, by the very nature of their dis-eased state, at often ill-at-ease with doctors. Doctors, by the very nature of their …
reviewed Talking Back to Ritalin: What Doctors.... December 10, 2003
Talking Back to Ritalin: What Doctors Aren't
Dr. Breggin has become a leading critic of the standard psychiatric approach to labeling and treating children with challenging behavioral symptoms. This book is a thorough examination of the scientific …
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