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Submitted by john bart on Mon, 06/18/2012 - 00:12.
New ideas about pain relief in chronic conditions such as backache, diabetic neuropathy and fibromyalgia.Submitted by john bart on Fri, 06/08/2012 - 13:42.
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Submitted by john bart on Wed, 02/08/2012 - 22:41.
Mediclim has been up and running since Jan 2009. Soon we will have sent out 5,000,000 Health Forecasts to our 27,500 subscribers, whose numbers increase daily.
We've had to ask for a small yearly subscription fee of $20 ( to register simply go to www.mediclim.com/membership.) I'd like to explain the value that Mediclim brings and how this new subscription fee will help us to continue to offer this service to our existing and new subscribers.
Submitted by john bart on Sun, 01/22/2012 - 17:47.
We have taken care to position ourselves as a tool that can be used to reduce health related absenteeism from work. In the long run we know this can only benefit employees and employers.
Here is some background information that speaks to the value of our initiative:
Submitted by john bart on Mon, 01/02/2012 - 04:39.
I qualified as a physician in 1969. That's a long time ago. I'm happy to say I'm still working as a family doc. It's great. I now treat the children of children I first met in 1973 when I moved to Toronto the Good and, really and truly, my job is its own reward.
But things have changed. Have they ever. For instance:
When I started out the sister on a ward was queen. If she said jump everyone, and I mean everyone, from professors of medicine to medical and nursing students, jumped. The only question was how high.
Submitted by john bart on Sun, 11/27/2011 - 16:53.
In times past salt was a commodity as precious as gold. Whole fortunes were made from the salt trade and at least one city, Salzburg in Germany, owes its name and early prosperity to it.
Submitted by john bart on Sun, 10/23/2011 - 20:38.
I thought you might like to know what the results of circadian rhythms are on our bodies, so here goes.
0200 our deepest sleep
0430 our lowest body temperature
0645 the sharpest rise in our blood pressure
0730 Melatonin secretion stops
0830 bowel movement likely
0900 highest testosterone secretion in males
1430 best coordination
1530 fastest reaction time
1700 greatest cardiovascular efficiency and muscle strength
1830 highest blood pressure
1900 highest body temperature
2100 Melatonin secretion starts
2230 bowel movements suppressed
2400 coach turns into a pumpkin