Dr Oz Swimsuit Recipes (Drink & Salad)

Dr Oz: Ultimate Swimsuit Slimdown It’s time for bathing suit season…again! But this time, you’ll be ready! With Doctor Oz’s Ultimate Swimsuit Slimdown, you’ll look and feel like a million bucks in any bathing suit, regardless of problem areas. Dr Oz shared a Swimsuit Slimdown Drink and Salad Recipe, plus a cellulite lotion called Aminophylline Cream. More »

Holistic Well being Care Gadgets

Right here are some fantastic Holistic health care gadgets shown on the Dr. Oz show, promoted by Dr. Andrew Weil, the Holistc Wellness Care guru. More »

 

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Doping-ruining the sport


It is sad that the prestigious Tour de France continues to be ruined by the cyclists taking performance enhancing drugs known as “doping”. From baseball, to field sports and now cycling, the heroes we long to admire are selling out to this bargain with the devil.

MRSA – It’s preventable


Everywhere I turned today, I was engaged in discussions about methicillin resistant staph aureus (MRSA) and tonight I read a new article in JAMA that says it is twice as prevalent as we thought.

The Supreme Court-against medical opinion


The U.S. Supreme Court has put the health of women at risk with their 5 to 4 decision to uphold a congressional decision banning intact dilation and evacuation (D&E) abortion this week. Despite the fact that there is clear medical consensus that intact D&E is safer than alternative procedures for the mother in certain circumstances, the Supreme Court overruled six Federal courts that said the 2003 Federal law is an “impermissible restriction on a woman’s constitutional rights”.

Powerful Men and Sex


Even in the staid medical world, everyone was talking about Gov. Eliot Spitzer today and his fall from grace. What the hell was he thinking????

Milestone for EverythingHealth


We bloggers love visits. I am amazed that Everythinghealth has had over 10,500 visits since I started tracking in about March! Readers come from all over the globe..Dubai, Ireland, Spain, Australia, Brazil, Canada, UK, China, Indonesia, Denmark, Mexico, Germany, France, Egypt, Italy, Thailand, India, Israel, Hungary, Philippines, and across the U.S. (So sorry if I left your country out.) I am just fascinated by the web and the instant and easy access to information, friends and knowledge.
Thank you for visiting and please return often.

The Hospitalist – What the heck is that?


The average American doesn’t know that a revolution has occurred in medicine and there is a new type of doctor called a “Hospitalist”. It is the fastest growing branch of medicine and there are 20,000 doctors today that practice only hospital medicine. Most hospitals in America employ Hospitalists and if you are admitted to a hospital, it is likely that he/she will be your main attending doctor…not your primary care physician.

Insurance Profit – Yes There is Blame


Health Affairs had an analysis of why hospital bills are so high and said you could “Blame the Paperwork”. Anyone in the health industry could have told you that! The amount of waste and expense in getting the bill paid by the insurance company could cover the uninsured in the U.S.

Why Are Doctor Bills So High?


Who hasn’t wondered why doctors need to charge so darn much for an office visit? If you have insurance and bother to look at what the insurance company pays, it is always much lower than the charge. Why does medical care cost so much? Is the doctor gouging? One of the best explanations I have seen is stolen from another blog. I would like to give credit but all I know is the name Dr. Adam. He shows this letter to his patients:

Medicare new “No Pay” Conditions


Medicare/Medicaid covers about 45% of American health care through payment for the disabled and old folks. (I know, I know, “65 is the new 35”, but you get Medicare anyway). The rules and payment strategies of Medicare are adopted by the entire industry, and what Medicare pays for and doesn’t pay for, eventually is picked up by private insurers too.