Month: October 2018

A Novel Approach to Restorative Therapy: The Facts You Need to Know About Float Pods

  • by Jose Smithe
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Due to the fact that we spend the bulk of our time staring at social media platforms and digital ads, it seems as though we are relentlessly inundated with new fangled fads, stopgap trends, and superficial vogues, especially when it comes to health and wellness solutions. However, it’s important to note that float pod therapy […]

How Long Do Opioids Stay In Your System?

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Opiates incline to have short half-lives, signifying that they leave the system fast; however, effects can last for quite a few hours. How long every opiate can be perceived by drug tests differs depending on several factors, together with the kind of ingestion. Medicine opiates typically come in pill method. Getting a drug orally signifies […]

Analysing Your Skin Cells on a Microscopic Level and Understanding How to Develop a Healthier Complexion

  • by Jose Smithe
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Pursuant to the latest archaeological research, it is believed that the original forms of dermatological medicine were contrived before 1500 BCE. In this regard, the illustrious Ebers Papyrus manuscript was written almost 3,600 years ago by nascent physicians in Africa’s Nile Valley, and it contains extensive accounts and analyses of numerous skin disorders and some […]

How Do You Feel about Fairy Tales in Psychiatry?

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There is a new elective at the Yale school of medicine available to both psychiatry residents and medical students looking for something a little bit different. The elective infuses fairy tales into otherwise traditional thinking surrounding childhood development. It is designed to help medical professionals better relate to their patients So how about you? How […]

Saving Damaged Teeth with Stem Cells

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When injury to a child’s tooth results in a condition known as pulp necrosis, apexification is the normal course of treatment. Although this treatment is successful for saving adult teeth, it does have its drawbacks. This has led a team of researchers from China and the University of Pennsylvania to seek out a new way […]