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How To Write A Custom Essay On Foreign Policy

Jot down my essay, or help in arriving in useful We quite often notice ‘write my essay’ pleas from high school students at the same time exhausted to execute ones own tasks. This is simply not exceptional since they are under anxiety to make in punctually, and are usually really demanding to take part in… Continue Reading

How to Eat Healthy On Vacation

Vacation Tips for Eating Well: Indulging Wisely Without Guilt by Brooke Douglas RD How to eat healthy on vacation is a challenge.  Vacations are a time to enjoy and indulge in experiences that you may not otherwise have, including food. However, this does not mean you should eat the highest-calorie, highest-fat foods at every meal.… Continue Reading

AFIP Closure a Sad Time for U.S.Health Care

I always think of the AFIP, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, as the final word in any difficult anatomic pathology case. As a medical student in the 1970’s, and as an Army physician in the 1980’s the AFIP was the final word on any diagnostic pathology question.   Microscope slides were sent to the AFIP whenever there… Continue Reading

Amoebiasis: 100,000 Deaths a Year and Counting

Human amoebiasis is primarily a disease caused by the single cell organism Entamoeba histolytica, and remains a huge public health problem in areas of the world without good infrastructure for human waste sanitation and clean drinking water.  There are an estimated 100,000 deaths (WHO estimate) annually from amoebiasis, although the vast majority of persons who… Continue Reading

A Simple but Enhanced Combat Helmet

Here is a low tech idea for prevention of the “signature injury” of the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars, traumatic brain injury.  This article in the LA Times discusses how a minor change to the size and padding of the soldier’s helmets could significantly reduce the transfer of traumatic explosive forces to the brain.  Let’s hope… Continue Reading

Eat Five a Day

Brooke is back after a month when I goofed up and didn’t get her first of the month post up is Brooke Douglas of Nutrition Authority with help to get us to eat 5 a day, fruit and vegetable helpings that is. It seems appropriate that Brooke who regularly contributes is the author of the… Continue Reading

A Stuttering Oscar Winner

Hollywood has a long history of making great movies about special people with medical conditions. This year a stuttering king, but from Rain Man about Autism to The Elephant Man about neurofibramatosis Oscar nominated films are often about medical conditions.  As I watched the Academy Awards last night and remembered how much I enjoyed watching… Continue Reading