Wow! This is my 100th post of Tuesday-Newsday! When I started this blog I never thought I'd make it this far. I hope you are finding the information & ideas on my blog educational and occasionally inspiring. Another landmark is coming up soon for me as well: my blog will celebrate its two-year anniversary on February 26th. I hope I can continue to maintain this blog far into the future and provide hope & help to many more people. I love to hear from those who read my blog, so if you feel inclined, please leave a comment.
The Featured Blog Post this week is, “How to Take the High Road (When Your Doctor is Mean)” by Lisa Copen of RestMinistries.com
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WARNING: My goal is to provide the most up-to-date news I can, which you can then take to your personal doctor and debate the merits of before you try it. I do not endorse any of the docs, treatments, info, and meds in anything I post nor can I guarantee they are all effective, especially not for everyone. As is the case with any health info, ALWAYS get your doctor's opinion first!
*MENINGITIS OUTBREAK NEWS
*CHRONIC PAIN NEWS
CVS' Medicare drug program causing headaches for enrollees: Many seniors enrolled in SilverScript have found themselves facing inexplicably large bills
Men Taking Long-Acting Chronic Pain Medications Five Times more Likely to have Low Testosterone Levels
Patients With Chronic Ailments Benefit From Medical Cannabis - From Improved Appetite To Pain Relief
Synthetic Marijuana Use Linked to Kidney Damage: Such designer drugs, called Spice or K2, may have toxic additives, researchers say
Pain and Skin Problems - Not Life Threatening Diseases - Are the Top Reasons People See Their Doctor, According to a Mayo Clinic Study
CDC Says Too Few Adults Get Recommended Vaccines: They not only protect the recipient, but also offer 'herd immunity’
Being released from the hospital apparently doesn’t mean you’re well: Two large studies of more than 5 million patients finds that 1 in 5 are readmitted within a month
'Text Neck' – Your cell phone can cause headaches, stiffness of the neck, shoulder, arm and hand pain
*FEATURED BLOG POST
by Lisa Copen of RestMinistries.com