One of my favorite singer, Sheryl Crow has been diagnosed with a benign brain tumor. The country pop composer and singer survived breast cancer diagnosed in 2006 found that there’s a tumor after she had a brain scan in November after she was concerned about memory loss. image host “I worried about my memory so much that I went and got an MRI (scan). And I found out I have
Hi, in my previous entry I’ve wrote that I just buy a Health and Beauty Magazine and promise to write some of article in that magazine. In this entry I just share how to get a quality sleep like a baby. Image Hosting Sleep Like A Baby Pregnancy is often a very delicate time in a woman’s life when she has to battle hormonal roller coasters and feelings of constant
Only 21 years old and this man earn an M.D at the University of Chicago. Before read the news, do you really know what M.D means? Okay, MD is the acronym Doctor of Medicine that meaning ‘Teacher of Medicine’. It is a doctoral degree for physicians granted by medical schools. It is a professional doctorate/first professional degreee in some countries. The doctor must obtaining from 90-120 credit hours of university
Hello.. I just found a magazine title ‘ Health and Beauty’ June 2012 edition. This is my first time buying this magazine and found many information on health. Maybe some of you never heard about this because it is published in my country. Dunno if it has published in your country. This is the cover for magazine.. Okay, I want to read the magazine now.
I just found a health article from Robert O.Young D.Sc, Ph.D, NMD at Articles of Health . The article is great but most of them is too technical which is maybe useful for future doctor. But I think this is the good one to share :- CT Scans Cause Death and Cancer Radiation from CT scans done in 2007 will cause 29,000 cancers and kill nearly 15,000 Americans, researchers said
Incidence of cancer is expected to increase 75 % by 2030 worldwide. It is increase of more than 90 % in the poorest nations. Rates of certain types of cancer appear to be declining in some developing countries but there reductions are likely to be offset by substantial increases in the types of cancer associated including prostate, breast and colorectal cancer. This report publishe on 31 May in The Lancet