Category Archives: Health

Update on my health

So far I have been in good health except for the propensity for getting various infections. The beginning of this year, I did something to my hip and couldn’t walk for a week. After resting, and then going to a … Continue reading

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Healthy Living: Blood vessel disease can affect array of organs

By By SANDEEP VARMAfor the Bulletin During the past few weeks, I have seen a few patients with a rare condition called vasculitis, which is an inflammation of the blood vessels. There are multiple types of vasculitis β€” some affect … Continue reading

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Contemporary Clinical Medicine: Great Teachers: ANCA Vasculitis: From Eponym to Possible Cause

NIH Video Podcast ANCA Vasculitis: From Eponym to Possible Cause What I say: This is an hour long by Dr. Falk, researches ANCA glomerulonephritis and the inflammation process. Anything that Dr. Falk has to say about Vasculitis should be very … Continue reading

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Dr. Oz has good info

Whenever I get the time, I click on the TV to watch Dr. Oz show, which is about 3 p.m. PST for some good info on keeping healthy. As you probably know from looking through this blog, staying healthy is … Continue reading

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How Should Communities Be Educated About Nutrition and Diet?

It’s a serious issue that the world is facing right now; however, because it has never been considered much of a threat, people are lackadaisical in their attitude towards the need for health and fitness. Take a look around – … Continue reading

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Healthy, Wealthy and Wise

Life is worth living only if accompanied by good health – an existence wracked with illnesses and injuries only weakens the quality of life. It follows naturally that a healthy person will live a long life, as long as accidents … Continue reading

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Let Wal-Mart fix US health care

By Jim JubakI know who can fix our broken health care system — and who can’t: Not presumptive Republican nominee John McCain. He proposes a tax credit of $5,000 per family to encourage us to buy private health insurance. Not … Continue reading

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