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All Posts Tagged as 'Medicine'

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More Patients Are Losing Their Doctors — And Trust 

 

Fred used to go to a community health center in Rhode Island, but then accessing care there began to frustrate her.

She described making repeated phone calls for a same-day appointment, only to be told that none were available and that she should try again tomorrow. After one visit, she said, one of her prescriptions never made it to the pharmacy.

And there was another time when she waited 40 minutes in the exam room to consult with a physician assistant — who then said she couldn’t give her a cortisone shot for her knee, as her doctor used to do.

Fred said that she won’t be going back.

More Patients...

2 red flag phrases that could signal that your doctor is dismissing your concerns

Tags: Choices, Disruption, Doctors, Health, Medicine, Neglect, No more Heroes, Performance, Politics, Quacks, Rejection, Safety, Training

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03-Apr-2024


Taking an antibiotic after sex helps gay men curb STDs 

 

As the United States reckons with a burgeoning sexually transmitted disease crisis, a broadening chorus of public health experts are calling for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to endorse prescribing a preventive antibiotic pill to gay and bisexual men and transgender women at high risk of STDs.

Taking an antibiotic

More Younger People Are Getting Colorectal Cancers

Rise in infections of drug-resistant stomach bug

Shigellosis infection rising among gay & bi men

Tags: Bacteria, Contagion, Disease, Gay, Health, Investigation, LGBTQ, Medical, Medicine, Safety, Sex, Shit, Toxic, Treatment, Warning

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06-Mar-2023


Americans face shortages of cars, shoes and exercise gear as holiday season looms 

 

Dozens of cargo ships anchored off the coasts of Los Angeles and New York face shocking wait times of up to four weeks and railyards and trucking routes are hopelessly clogged due to the lack of manpower to unload goods - with an expert warning that the government needs to intervene or face spiraling inflation and unemployment.

The backlog of billions of dollars of toys, clothing, electronics, vehicles, and furniture comes as the demand for consumer goods hit its highest point in history as consumers stay home instead of spending money on travel and entertainment.

Americans face shortages of cars, shoes and exercise gear as holiday season looms

America Is Running Out of Everything

NYC policy to not prosecute shoplifters leaves drug store shelves empty

Tags: Drugs, Entertainment, Loophole, Medicine, Product, Shortage, Theft

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09-Oct-2021


Marijuana use is on the rise in older adults 

 

Marijuana use is on the rise among baby boomers in the United States, especially men, according to a study published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine.

The findings appear to reflect changing attitudes toward cannabis across the country, study co-author Bill Jesdale, an assistant professor of population and quantitative health science at the University of Massachusetts Medical School in Worchester, suggested.

Use of the drug increased in older adults in both the states where marijuana has been legalized for recreational use and in the states where it has not, he said. “It seems that something has happened to the country as a whole.”

Marijuana use is on the rise in older adults

Arnold Schwarzenegger Had A Glorious Response To Fan Who Made A Terminator Pipe

WRONG! The reason old people smoke is to temporarily check out of this fucked-up world so we can bear waking up to another complaint-filled day. 01-Sep-2020

Tags: Art, Celebration, Celebrity, Choices, Health, Medicine, Mental Health, Opinion, Seniors, Social Media, Surge, Trending

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03-Sep-2020


Is Spinach Basically a Steroid? New Research Suggests It Might Be 

 

Growing up, there’s a decent chance your parents tried to coax you into eating spinach by asserting that it would make you big and strong. Maybe Popeye, the old-school cartoon sailor who downed spinach and instantly grew muscles, was invoked. If you’re like any sane child, that probably wasn’t enough to overcome the bitter taste of spinach, though.

Well, as with pretty much everything else in life, maybe you should’ve listened to your parents. That’s because new evidence suggests that if you eat enough spinach, it’s basically like taking steroids.

Food and Wine

Tags: Food, Health, Mass, Medicine, Study

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28-Jun-2019


1 Million People A Day Contract An STI, According To World Health Organization 

 

A staggering new figure from the World Health Organization reveals that more than 1 million people contract curable sexually transmitted infections globally every single day.

The report, published Thursday, gathered data on the four STIs that make up 376 million new cases annually: chlamydia, gonorrhea, trichomoniasis and syphilis. Trichomoniasis, which is a parasitic infection contracted during sexual intercourse, is the most common STI, making up 156 million cases among men and women ages 15 to 49 in 2016 (the year with the most recent available data).

Each of the infections is treatable and curable. However, a lack of education surrounding STIs ? as well as the fact that in many cases a person does not experience symptoms when they contract one of them ? is troublesome. According to WHO, a global shortage of penicillin and a drug-resistant strain of gonorrhea pose a threat as well.

Huffpost

Tags: Contagion, Disease, Environment, Health, Lifestyle, Medicine, Safety, Sex, Study, Treatment, World

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06-Jun-2019


When Psychedelics Make Your Last Months Alive Worth Living 

 

In the spring of 2018, Dan G. learned that the melanoma he had beaten 18 years earlier had returned and spread to his liver and lungs. After several months of chemo and immunotherapy, the 44-year-old decided the traditional treatments he’d been undergoing weren’t enough. The crippling side effects of the drugs had left him feeling hollow—and only exacerbated his already acute feelings of anxiety and depression. He often felt too decimated, both physically and mentally, to spend quality time with his wife and four-year-old son.

Unable to control what was happening in his body and discouraged by conventional treatments, Dan began to ponder the things he could control about his situation—namely his mental state—and started looking into options. The literature he found examining the correlation between improved mental health and psilocybin, the psychoactive compound in magic mushrooms, intrigued him, and his experiments with psychedelics over the next six months would significantly reduce the mental dread consuming his life.

Tonic

Tags: Disease, Drugs, Environment, Health, Life Expectancy, Medicine, Mental Health, Nature, Opinion, Treatment

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02-Apr-2019