Tag Archives: Used

Weight loss: Woman reveals two simple rules she used to drop 158 pounds – Express

She writes: “You… will… slip…. I know it sounds cliche but this is a marathon, not a Sprint. “You didn’t put excess weight on in 3 weeks, it’s not coming off in 3 weeks. You’re going to have bad days. you’re going to have bad weeks, you’re going to have bad seasons. “No, this is… Read More »

12 Things You Should Never Buy Used

RD.COM Advice Saving Money View as slideshow In tough economic times, everyone’s looking for bargains. But while it’s a great idea to buy used bookshelves, books, and CDs, there are some things that just shouldn’t be bought at thrift stores. TVs JTaI/Shutterstock It’s hard to determine how well TVs, DVD players, and other electronic devices… Read More »

Controversial DNA screening technique used for at least one pregnancy

By Michael Le Page DNA can be taken from IVF embryos and analysedPASCAL GOETGHELUCK/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY A company called Genomic Prediction has confirmed that at least one woman is pregnant with embryos selected after analysing hundreds of thousands of DNA variants to assess the risk of disease. It is the first time this approach has… Read More »

Dr Miriam Stoppard: Ketamine being used as depression drug that produces results within hours

Antidepressants can take a depressingly long time to kick in – a minimum of two weeks but often more like three to four. That waiting time can be ­disabling for patients, but what if an antidepressant could work in a day? Sounds far-fetched? It isn’t. Remember ketamine, that rather unpredictable street drug of the 90s?… Read More »

How Grady Health System used AI to reduce preventable readmissions

Preventing avoidable readmissions is a focal point of most, if not all health systems big and small. These episodes are often costly to the patient and provider and open up additional opportunities for exposure to hospital-acquired infections. However, some patient populations, especially those with chronic disease and those impeded by socioeconomic factors, are even more… Read More »

Sensory neurons can be used to discover therapies for ALS

Virginia Tech Carilion Research Institute scientists have shown that mutations in specific genes that destroy motor neurons and thereby cause the devastating effects of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis — also known as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease — also attack sensory neurons. The discovery in today’s (Thursday, Nov. 8) Scientific Reports indicates that studying sensory neurons… Read More »

Clomid (clomiphene Citrate) Medication Used In Infertility Treatment For Women

by neofedex Infertility in women Inability of women to become pregnant in spite of attempting for the duration of entire year (or six months in case of women aged 35+ years) is considered as infertility. Even women who may become pregnant but are unable to continue being pregnant are also considered as infertile. Infertility may… Read More »

Medical Guide: AMOXICILLIN: Used in the Treatment of Bacterial Infections

“Although, your health condition may impact your everyday life, do not let it define who you are.” Amoxicillin is indicated in the treatment of bacterial infections. To reduce the development of drug-resistant bacteria and maintain the effectiveness of amoxicillin and other antibacterial drugs, amoxicillin should be used only to treat infections that are proven or… Read More »

Doctor, When Should Muscle Relaxants be Used For Arthritis?

One question that comes up repeatedly is, “Where do muscle relaxants fall into the treatment approach for different musculoskeletal conditions”? Patients will sometimes ask about them and physicians who see these patients sometimes wonder if these drugs should be considered. Skeletal muscle relaxants are the most widely prescribed drug class in the United States for… Read More »