Patients Rights Debate Update. Part 2

If the House does pass a conservative conference bill, then it will be on to Clinton’s desk and the real potential for a veto if both sides haven’t settled their differences by then. Clinton has already said he will veto anything that looks like the Senate Republican bill’s consumer grievance procedures or contains many of the Republican’s proposals to improve access to insurance — things such as medical savings account expansion and insurance pools that are exempt from state benefit regulation.

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Patients Rights Debate Update. Part 1

It would not be hard to pass a patient rights bill both Democrats and Republicans could be happy with — but not if they can help it.

Sen. Don Nickles, R-Okla., has been named the patient rights conference chair. Read the rest of this entry »

What Time of Day is Best to do my Daily Workout

Question: When it comes to losing weight and getting fit, what time of the day is better to do my daily workout? Morning or night? I get different answers all the time, and I just want to know what is the “right” time? Read the rest of this entry »

A Balanced Diet

Question:
I am a 27 year old active male that really enjoys working out. However, I’ve heard so many different stories on how much protein I should be consuming, that I feel pretty confused. Can you please help shed some light on this? Read the rest of this entry »

Vitamin A Derivative May Be Useful in Fighting Cancer

An experimental drug derived from vitamin A may be useful in fighting neuroblastoma when other chemotherapy drug fails.

Neuroblastomas are highly malignant tumors that arise in nervous system tissue and are usually diagnosed in infants or young children. The tumors usually spread rapidly to the lymph nodes, liver, lung and bone. Read the rest of this entry »

Fioricet Helps Tension Headaches

A combination of three drugs in Fioricet work to offer tension headache relief. Fioricet contains Acetaminophen which works as an analgesia by stopping the body from making prostaglandins in the central nervous system. In addition, analgesia occurs by a peripheral motion of blocking pain impulse growth. Butalbital causes sensory cortex depression by limiting the conduction in the reticular formation at the rate of the thalamus. Read the rest of this entry »

Abilify to Treat Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia afflicts over two million people in the United States. According to available research, a chemical imbalance within the brain is the culprit that causes the problem. Schizophrenia is characterized by a number of symptoms that are directly related to one’s ability to relate to others, make decisions, deal with emotions, and think clearly. You should have a conversation with your doctor about Abilify if you are one of the numerous people in the country who suffers from schizophrenia.
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Tramadol to Relieve Pain in People Who Suffer from Constant Pain

Tramadol provides effective relief for many different types of pain. This medicine works well for those who have too many aches that will not leave and make it difficult to sleep. Typically this is used to treat chronic and severe pain within the body. Tramadol is excellent for decreasing pain in these injured areas.
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