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Map of the body

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 20, 2011, In : medicine 

The human body is a maze within its own flesh.  True, there are some similarities to earth in that the body is largely made of water or fluid.  That being said the body has its own roads, routes, houses, abundance of green land, business functions and sites of interest. The landscape of the earth with regards to the location and direction of places tends to change. Structures within get worn down or there becomes a need to build more housing or places of employment in order keep the land func...


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Portable Pill and Vitamin Dispenser

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 25, 2010, In : medicine 
The portable vitamin and pill dispenser is a device sensored to recognize certain types of medications or vitamins. The portable dispenser can tell you which pill you are taking by either looking at the display or by pressing the talking dispenser button so that the dispenser will inform you with regards to the pill you are taking.

A question arises, in that one may ask why the necessity for such a device? The answer is that many pill and vitamins look alike. Because of this they can easily be...
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Issues of Non-compliance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 7, 2009, In : medicine 
Doctors rate absentee visits similar to students who cut class. Physicians make notice of the missed visit and soon afterward render the patient as non-compliant. But, here's the ticker- for what does the physician want the patient to comply with during the next visit? If the visit is to again become very much of conversation instead of procedure when conversation leads to no suggestion of answer to ailment, and vice versa when repeated treatments or tests from the physician have been perform...
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Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009, In : medicine 
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alt...
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Showing category "medicine" (Show all posts)

Map of the body

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 20, 2011, In : medicine 

The human body is a maze within its own flesh.  True, there are some similarities to earth in that the body is largely made of water or fluid.  That being said the body has its own roads, routes, houses, abundance of green land, business functions and sites of interest. The landscape of the earth with regards to the location and direction of places tends to change. Structures within get worn down or there becomes a need to build more housing or places of employment in order keep the land func...


Continue reading ...
 

Portable Pill and Vitamin Dispenser

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 25, 2010, In : medicine 
The portable vitamin and pill dispenser is a device sensored to recognize certain types of medications or vitamins. The portable dispenser can tell you which pill you are taking by either looking at the display or by pressing the talking dispenser button so that the dispenser will inform you with regards to the pill you are taking.

A question arises, in that one may ask why the necessity for such a device? The answer is that many pill and vitamins look alike. Because of this they can easily be...
Continue reading ...
 

Issues of Non-compliance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 7, 2009, In : medicine 
Doctors rate absentee visits similar to students who cut class. Physicians make notice of the missed visit and soon afterward render the patient as non-compliant. But, here's the ticker- for what does the physician want the patient to comply with during the next visit? If the visit is to again become very much of conversation instead of procedure when conversation leads to no suggestion of answer to ailment, and vice versa when repeated treatments or tests from the physician have been perform...
Continue reading ...
 

Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009, In : medicine 
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alt...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "medicine" (Show all posts)

Map of the body

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 20, 2011, In : medicine 

The human body is a maze within its own flesh.  True, there are some similarities to earth in that the body is largely made of water or fluid.  That being said the body has its own roads, routes, houses, abundance of green land, business functions and sites of interest. The landscape of the earth with regards to the location and direction of places tends to change. Structures within get worn down or there becomes a need to build more housing or places of employment in order keep the land func...


Continue reading ...
 

Portable Pill and Vitamin Dispenser

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 25, 2010, In : medicine 
The portable vitamin and pill dispenser is a device sensored to recognize certain types of medications or vitamins. The portable dispenser can tell you which pill you are taking by either looking at the display or by pressing the talking dispenser button so that the dispenser will inform you with regards to the pill you are taking.

A question arises, in that one may ask why the necessity for such a device? The answer is that many pill and vitamins look alike. Because of this they can easily be...
Continue reading ...
 

Issues of Non-compliance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 7, 2009, In : medicine 
Doctors rate absentee visits similar to students who cut class. Physicians make notice of the missed visit and soon afterward render the patient as non-compliant. But, here's the ticker- for what does the physician want the patient to comply with during the next visit? If the visit is to again become very much of conversation instead of procedure when conversation leads to no suggestion of answer to ailment, and vice versa when repeated treatments or tests from the physician have been perform...
Continue reading ...
 

Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009, In : medicine 
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alt...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "medicine" (Show all posts)

Map of the body

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 20, 2011, In : medicine 

The human body is a maze within its own flesh.  True, there are some similarities to earth in that the body is largely made of water or fluid.  That being said the body has its own roads, routes, houses, abundance of green land, business functions and sites of interest. The landscape of the earth with regards to the location and direction of places tends to change. Structures within get worn down or there becomes a need to build more housing or places of employment in order keep the land func...


Continue reading ...
 

Portable Pill and Vitamin Dispenser

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 25, 2010, In : medicine 
The portable vitamin and pill dispenser is a device sensored to recognize certain types of medications or vitamins. The portable dispenser can tell you which pill you are taking by either looking at the display or by pressing the talking dispenser button so that the dispenser will inform you with regards to the pill you are taking.

A question arises, in that one may ask why the necessity for such a device? The answer is that many pill and vitamins look alike. Because of this they can easily be...
Continue reading ...
 

Issues of Non-compliance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 7, 2009, In : medicine 
Doctors rate absentee visits similar to students who cut class. Physicians make notice of the missed visit and soon afterward render the patient as non-compliant. But, here's the ticker- for what does the physician want the patient to comply with during the next visit? If the visit is to again become very much of conversation instead of procedure when conversation leads to no suggestion of answer to ailment, and vice versa when repeated treatments or tests from the physician have been perform...
Continue reading ...
 

Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009, In : medicine 
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alt...
Continue reading ...
 
 

Showing category "medicine" (Show all posts)

Map of the body

Posted by Sheri Harris on Thursday, October 20, 2011, In : medicine 

The human body is a maze within its own flesh.  True, there are some similarities to earth in that the body is largely made of water or fluid.  That being said the body has its own roads, routes, houses, abundance of green land, business functions and sites of interest. The landscape of the earth with regards to the location and direction of places tends to change. Structures within get worn down or there becomes a need to build more housing or places of employment in order keep the land func...


Continue reading ...
 

Portable Pill and Vitamin Dispenser

Posted by Sheri Harris on Saturday, September 25, 2010, In : medicine 
The portable vitamin and pill dispenser is a device sensored to recognize certain types of medications or vitamins. The portable dispenser can tell you which pill you are taking by either looking at the display or by pressing the talking dispenser button so that the dispenser will inform you with regards to the pill you are taking.

A question arises, in that one may ask why the necessity for such a device? The answer is that many pill and vitamins look alike. Because of this they can easily be...
Continue reading ...
 

Issues of Non-compliance

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, September 7, 2009, In : medicine 
Doctors rate absentee visits similar to students who cut class. Physicians make notice of the missed visit and soon afterward render the patient as non-compliant. But, here's the ticker- for what does the physician want the patient to comply with during the next visit? If the visit is to again become very much of conversation instead of procedure when conversation leads to no suggestion of answer to ailment, and vice versa when repeated treatments or tests from the physician have been perform...
Continue reading ...
 

Western Medicine and the Fault Within

Posted by Sheri Harris on Monday, August 31, 2009, In : medicine 
Are you in tune with your physician? Does his or her office make you feel violently inhibited, uncared for, unwelcome or discriminated against? If a patient is inclined towards feelings of this nature the problem may lie with the bedside manner of the physician. When a patient is made to feel like Jesus walking on hot coals, then it is presumed that patient care from the physician's office will be a rough road in cure and recovery for the patient.

It is of no wonder why patient's resort to alt...
Continue reading ...