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Re: “Noises in the Night

I have experienced EHS throughout my life. Never knowing what this was I thought it was all in my head, excuse the pun, that it was something I was imaging.
After being jolted awake wondering "what the hell that sound was!!???" Was someone in my house??!! Did somebody shoot a gun??!!! When my pulse returned to a some what normal state and my mild headache went away was I finally able to fall asleep again.
I am glad I read this article and thank you Brian Sharples for identifying the BOOM in my head! It is reassuring to know it's not just me.

Posted by Heather Collins Meyer on 07/06/2015 at 9:26 PM

Re: “Noises in the Night

I have had EHS episodes my whole life. Sporadic but many many times, as well as experiences of ISP and myoclonic jerks. I thought it was weird! Have told many friends &,family but never thought of telling my Dr. Fantastic article!

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Posted by Tonie Thompson on 07/06/2015 at 8:52 PM

Re: “Breaking Out of Addiction

The yoga instructor pictured is Pamela Davis not Pamela Stevens

Posted by Czarina Davis on 06/21/2015 at 10:08 AM

Re: “Parental Controls

Thanx for the article! To track what my younger brother is doing on the Internet I use http://www.refog.com . I`m 100% sure he is in safety even if I`m not with him.

Posted by Kira Smart on 06/18/2015 at 3:54 AM

Re: “Going Green

Can't wait for Spokane Vegfest on August 8!!

Posted by Tessa Trow on 06/13/2015 at 11:55 PM

Re: “Lunch Bell

Attn: Ben Larratt:
Hello Ben! Please give me a ring whenever you have a moment.
Thanks so much,
Kdee Leinaar
206.478.4110
[email protected]

Posted by Kdee Kdee on 06/08/2015 at 2:15 PM

Re: “Tongue-Tied

It is unfortunate that a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section on Breastfeeding was not also consulted for this article. The ENT world is struggling to catch up with the tide here. Families are often better educated on optimal breastfeeding practice than are some of the practitioners they rely on, and ankyloglossia is a big deal to a mother who wants the best for her child. Some mothers have even been told, having had treatment refused because the provider doesn't agree there's a problem, that "no one will think badly of you if you stop breastfeeding because of the pain". It shouldn't hurt a mother who has good technique, to feed her baby. At all. Circumcision is FAR more interventive, yet is given almost no serious concern. Posterior ties are the least likely to be identified, are perhaps the most likely to cause difficulties, and are not "rare" in the breastfeeding difficulty world. They are hard to see, and must be evaluated functionally, both on and off the breast, and by feeling in and out of the baby's mouth. According to both the US Surgeon General and the CDC, relatively few physicians have the training to knowledgably assess a feed at breast (most MDs have never had ANY formal breastfeeding education, and thank goodness for those who took it on themselves, such as the members of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine). If the baby cannot extend his tongue to his lower lip AND elevate his tongue nearly to his palate, BOTH WITH HIS MOUTH WIDE OPEN AS IS NEEDED AT BREAST, the baby is unlikely to be able to breastfeed effectively. This puts both the baby and the mother at risk of premature weaning, which puts them both at increased risk of everything from diabetes to breast cancer. There is terminology, diagnostic, and treatment confusion, due mostly to the rapid increase in breastfeeding rates and research and the slow rate of implementing change of practice, but there is very poor funding for breastfeeding support. There likely ARE opportunists looking to make money on this issue, but it's surely NOT the International Board-Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) who identifies the problem, and struggles alongside the moms to get treatment. These families want to be heard, to have their concerns taken seriously, and to get help, not platitudes.
Kay McKee, IBCLC, RLC, BA (26 yrs and 12,000 babies)

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Posted by kay.mckee on 04/29/2015 at 1:49 AM

Re: “Reframing Rehab

my Vet rep/ from work source gave me this card../Pura vida recovery..and said a dude..is into out door stuf, as he knows i ride my Mt. bike pretty much yes every day.and i read ..and "Jodi,s " was like me ..or i run and jog to help stay sober..as ive done so in the past SOoo.. many times../ Im will go today ..for the 12 noon meeting.AA.

Posted by Mark,M. on 04/18/2015 at 9:52 AM

Re: “Inner Spring Cleaning

Beautiful article Carla. You are so inspiring. I love you so much. I am blessed to have you as my sister.

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Posted by Cathy Maygra on 04/17/2015 at 8:58 PM

Re: “Powering Up

As we age, our appetite decreases. This is why most of the seniors eat less protein. Somehow, there's also an impact when an elderly person loses appetite due to illness and side effects of medications. Lack in protein can affect the psychological system; this is one of the many effects when an aging person has protein deficiency. Keep in mind that protein strengthens the muscles, as it lessens the chance of falling. (Here's an article about Fall Prevention for Seniors in Long Term Care: https://www.infolongtermcare.org/fall-reduction-strategies-in-long-term-care/) Another fact is, research shows that people who are regularly consuming protein will have a longer lifespan.

Allie J. Redmond | Long Term Care Insurance Staff
Briarhill Lane Youngstown, OH

Posted by AllieRedmond on 04/17/2015 at 8:05 PM

Re: “Widespread Empire

This is a great intiative, dental healthcare is one of the most expensive treatments. this is the precise reason there is an increase in dental medical tourism specially in India. I came across this video of where a patient from Australia shares her experience at Dentzz - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9m_IcT7L7uY

Posted by Prathamesh Patki on 04/15/2015 at 4:30 AM

Re: “Walk the Line

I love this article by Anna E. Becke, it was very well doner. My name is Josh Beaudoin and I work for Slackline Industries part of my job is to teach balance and movement through the activity of slacklining, Present and Perform. I would love to get a hold of Anna if that is possible- my email is [email protected]

Posted by Josh Beaudoin on 04/14/2015 at 12:46 PM

Re: “Reframing Rehab

I love going to Pura Vida every Tuesday nights for the parents do recover meeting. I think its amazing

Posted by Andrea Gayle Knight on 04/11/2015 at 3:18 PM

Re: “Reframing Rehab

What a great read! I'm also in healthy life recovery. I also feel like "I'm eating vegetables in a candy store." I will definitely check this place out in the near future.

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Posted by MiChel Mathews on 04/09/2015 at 8:07 PM

Re: “Reframing Rehab

I heard there's a dodgeball night coming up! When and where?

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Posted by Gabriel Minchow on 04/09/2015 at 8:00 PM

Re: “Reframing Rehab

Pura Vida rocks!

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Posted by Christy Mullen on 04/09/2015 at 7:39 PM

Re: “Prescription for Nurse Practitioners

I disagree with the line that physician training focuses on "disease diagnosis and treatment, the nursing model emphasizes disease prevention and health promotion." It's sloppily written: "disease prevention and health promotion" are the same exact thing...but I guess that makes it sounds like nurses are doing more. And calling nurses more holistic is inaccurate too. I know plenty of doctors who recommend meditation, exercise, and various supplements instead of medications. Not that I agree with all of that. The old line is "What do you call holistic medicine that is proved to work....you call it medicine." These are just talking points of the nurse agenda. First, physicians have more training than nurse practitioners across the board, and get training in disease prevention/health maintenance. Second, saying that nurses have a more "holistic" approach is plain bogus.

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Posted by Chris on 03/14/2015 at 12:16 PM

Re: “Building a Healthier Medical Facility

Agree with the point that modern healthcare centre design plays a vital role in protecting the safety of facility inhabitants. Hospitals usually have morgues, autopsy rooms, laboratories etc. that needs safe and secure environment.

Not only the structure, but the usage of modern equipments that you can see at http://www.ilexmedical.com/ and other sites become the critical part for any health care center to become specialized in their work. Patient always wish to have experience doctors, safe and secure environment while taking a treatment.

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Posted by JavierBean on 02/14/2015 at 5:29 AM

Re: “Prescription for Nurse Practitioners

More information is available on this site
http://nurse-practitioners-and-physician-assistants.advanceweb.com/

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Posted by TannerJacobsen on 02/13/2015 at 1:25 AM

Re: “First and Foremost

I"m going to enter each 'self care' item in my calendar as an appt., whether it's meditation, writing or exercise & protect that time.

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Posted by Roxy on 02/09/2015 at 1:36 PM

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    • on July 6, 2015
  • Re: Breaking Out of Addiction

    • The yoga instructor pictured is Pamela Davis not Pamela Stevens

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    • Thanx for the article! To track what my younger brother is doing on the Internet…

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    • Can't wait for Spokane Vegfest on August 8!!

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