New Health Concerns. Medical Geography and Disease Surveillance. A Survey has been developed by myself to document and compare GIS utilization in the workplace.
This is intended only for sharing at this blogsite (and Medical GIS conferences) –no gimmicks, no advertising. Survey Monkey is used, which is a secured survey site that gathers no private information. Why the survey? There must be others like me trying to deal with the frustrations experienced due the slow progress made when it comes to incorporating high level GIS skills into the workplace.
Medical Anthropology. Medical Anthropology Interpretation of a 19th Century Iroquois Indian Medicine (Prayer) Stick.
A mid-to late-19th century prayer stick was researched, documented, and analyzed for its form and function. Animal spirits representations identified in the stick made use of beaver (probably linked to the 19th century struggling pelt industry), bears, bison and raven, with the latter animal spirit responsible for most of the artefact’s carved form and function. The location of the area this medicine or prayer stick symbolized was a large plains states region with buffalo residing locally.
This stick is possibly of Iroquois origin, although the carvings suggest a focus on the great plains lifestyle.
This survey assesses for GIS availability and utilization in the workplace, which range from students’s PC/laptop access in academia to GIS technicians’ and statistical analysts’ desks, and IT and Managerial positions. The purpose is to document the level of GIS employment in the workplace with the goal of increasing the utilization of GIS in the typical work settings. Public Health, Medicine and History. Multi-Drug Interaction Checker: Drugs, Foods & Supplements. Political Tactics: Allopaths vs. Homeopaths and Eclectics at a Teaching Hospital and Medical School during the 1850s. The following essay I wrote while researching Dr.
John Kennedy Bristow, ca. 1993. Dr. Bristow was an Oregon trail doctor, and one of the first practitioners of several very popular alternative healing professions to move to Oregon during the 1850s. Bristow’s uncle, on his mother’s side, was Michael Gabbert, a member of the staff for one of the first medical schools to try to open its doors in Memphis, Tennessee. Homeopathy - ailments, symptoms.
National Journal of Homeopathy - Salicylic Acid In Menieres Syndrome. Salicylic-acid in Menieres Syndrome NATIONAL JOURNAL OF HOMOEOPATHY 1996 May / Jun Vol V No 3.
Robert Romer. Cases.` Sal-ac. Over the last two years, health problems in a number of my patients prompted me to make a closer acquaintance of the symptom picture of Salicylic -acid. H4H Homeopathy 4 Health - Worldwide - Level 1. Who Uses Homeopathy?
The World Health Organisation recognizes Homeopathy as the second largest therapeutic system in the world. Today around 500 million people use Homeopathy. Homeopathy is actively used in over 80 countries of the world. Art10. World Health Organization. Making Science Personal. World Health. Santé. Médecines "parallèles" et traditionnelles. The Medical Biochemistry Page. Francis Crick Memorial Conference 2012: Consciousness in Animals. NHE-Chapter-21. Natural Alternatives. Ginkgo biloba. Overview Ginkgo (Ginkgo biloba) is one of the oldest living tree species.
It is also tops in scientific studies and in purchases. In Europe and the United States, ginkgo supplements are among the best-selling herbal medications. Ginkgo has a long history of being used in traditional medicine to treat blood disorders and improve memory, and it's best known today as way to potentially keep your memory sharp. Ginkgo Biloba - Uses, Benefits, Side Effects of Ginkgo Biloba Extract. Ginkgo Biloba More than 400 published studies have been done on Ginkgo Biloba extract (GBE), making it one of the best researched of all herbal medicines.
In Germany and France it is the most frequently prescribed herbal medicine and is in the top five of all prescriptions written in those countries. Ginkgo Biloba is a powerful aid to circulatory problems, particularly a lack of blood to the brain, which causes memory loss, vertigo, tinnitus, disorientation, headaches, and depression, especially in the elderly. It has strong antioxidant properties as well, protecting both the central nervous system and the cardiovascular system from damage and the effects of aging. Alt. Health. Discoveries - Next Generation High Definition Videoconferencing Will Provide Immediate Public Benefits. DiscoveryNext-generation High-definition Videoconferencing Will Provide Immediate Public Benefits Researchers expect it to revolutionize health care delivery and STEM education January 31, 2013 A patient, who sees her neurologist regularly for "memory coaching" to counter the effects of short-term memory loss, never has to leave home for her appointments.
Her doctor, who is 40 minutes away, never has to leave his office. Direct Observation of Nanoparticle–Cancer Cell Nucleus Interactions - ACS Nano. †Department of Chemistry and ‡Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois 60208, United States § Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Biological Chemistry, Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois 60611, United States School of Advanced Materials Science and Engineering, Sungkyunkwan University (SKKU), Suwon, South Korea 400-746.
Cicadas' antibacterial trick may help humans. When humans need to fight off dangerous bacteria, we tend to use chemicals. Microbes, unlike mosquitoes and other squashable vermin, are too small for us to kill directly. But thanks to a team of scientists and an Australian cicada, we may soon have a new weapon in our antibacterial arsenal. A study published in Biophysical Journal reveals how the clanger cicada, a locust-like insect from eastern Australia, kills bacteria with tiny, blunted spikes on its wings.
If this can be replicated in manmade materials, it might thwart bacterial growth on public surfaces like stair banisters, bus handrails or bathroom doors — and possibly without the environmental side effects of chemicals like Triclosan. 2 of 3 Americans Are Concerned With Toxins Found in Common Household Products, Study Shows. Deepak Chopra, Seventh Generation and Breast Cancer Fund Join to Discuss the Importance of Removing Toxins From Our Lives (Marketwire) - Nearly two-thirds of all Americans (64%) say they are "concerned" or "very concerned" about potentially harmful chemicals and petroleum-based ingredients found in everyday personal care, household cleaning, laundry and baby care products, according to a study released today.
Top concerns of petroleum-based products are "long term health effects" (75%) and "absorption through the skin" (71%). Concerns were similar across age, gender and other demographic categories. Commissioned by Seventh Generation, a leading maker of renewable household and personal care products, the study questioned 1,000 Americans to gauge awareness, attitudes and concerns about ingredients found in products they use daily.
America's Concern With Toxins: Infographic. Human health and the microwave. Up until about two months ago, there has always been a microwave wherever I've lived. When I was a child, TV dinners were the staple food for my family, leftovers have always been reheated in them, afternoon snacks of nachos were quickly "nuked" before homework or volleyball practice in high school and during college I never would have eaten on busy nights full of long papers without a microwave. But today I was reading up on microwaves at Mercola.com and found some interesting facts: The Synthetic Vitamin Milligram Game. Generally speaking, evaluating the proper milligrams of a synthetic vitamin supplement, as related to the potency of a vitamin, is a confusing and misleading proposition. This is because synthetic vitamins are refined, high potency chemicals, and therefore can be accurately measured in milligrams, just like drugs.
Measuring synthetic vitamin compounds in milligrams has nothing to do with real vitamin activity or nutrition. Nutri-Con: The Truth About Vitamins & Supplements. A major underlying theme of this campaign will be to steadily inform and remind consumers that Big Pharma's prescription and over the counter drugs are generally hazardous substances offering no real solution to our health problems; while preventive health and wellness promotion, traditional holistic remedies, and complementary medicine practices represent the "organic road" to health.
In terms of wellness promotion, there is no doubt that an organic whole foods-based diet and a healthy lifestyle are the "best medicine" for those of us trying to survive and keep our families healthy in the toxic soup of 100,000 synthetic chemicals that surround us everyday, polluting our food, water,medicines, homes, and environment. But as we complement our organic whole foods-based diet with herbs and supplements, we need to make sure that these vitamins and botanicals are derived from naturally occurring plant and mineral sources, and that they contain no synthetic chemicals whatsoever. Onnouscachetout.com. Liens. Brain & Drugs. Vaccine Information. Laboratory Exposures to Staphylococcal Enterotoxin B. 061103ahanotu. Poliomyelitis. Global Polio Eradication Initiative > Data and monitoring > Polio this week. Global Polio Eradication Initiative > Data and monitoring > Polio this week > Polio cases worldwide.
Sci-Tech : Will the new type of oral polio vaccine be effective? Child_vaccination. Institute of Medicine (IOM) Reports. Acute Flaccid Paralysis. SEEK is a drug-discovery group that uses a pioneering scientific and commercially-driven approach to create breakthrough medicines which address major diseases in order to radically improve human health.
Greatest discovery since penicillin: Scientists work on drug that could cure all viruses - including the flu. Drugs. Black mamba venom is 'better painkiller' than morphine. Crazy Meds: The Good, The Bad, & The Funny of: Common Side Effects of Crazy Meds. Why do humans still have body hair? Odd reason some guys have fewer sex partners. Guess which human body part stumped da Vinci? Sexual Health. 88 Strange But True Sex Facts - Lustability. About Lustability. PRINCIPLES OF LEARNING MOTOR SKILLS. The Lifehacker Workout: Exercise for Normal People. Does Exercise Really Boost Your Mood? Nano Workout - A healthy lifestyle without breaking a sweat.