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Changing thinking on chronic fatigue

International Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Study Group. Ann Intern Med. 1994;121:953-9. Ganiats TG. ... Beyond Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Redefining an Illness: Report Guide for Clinicians.
June 2015

Another reason to skip the soda: Potassium depletion

The study, published online May 13 by the International Journal of Clinical Practice, presents some alarming case studies of cola-induced hypokalaemia brought on by chronic consumption of up to 10 ... even moderate chronic cola consumption has been
October 2019

All the information is in the computer

Students are often not familiar with the patient who has five serious chronic problems but no complaints. ... Part of the problem is that many medical students get only an acute exposure to chronic diseases.
October 2019

Fatness, affluence, adaptation, and hope

In the U.S., the fattest and sickest among us tend to be the poorest, while affluence is a robust, if imperfect, defense against obesity and related chronic diseases. ... Affluence, at the population level, is propagating the tidal wave of obesity and
October 2019

Milking dairy data for more than they are worth

associated with better overall health and reduced risk of all chronic diseases and premature death. ... Replacing animal sources of protein with these foods is another way to reduce risk of all major chronic disease and premature death significantly,
October 2019

CMS demo aims to help seniors stay healthy, independent

CMS is partnering with private companies to address multiple health risk factors that contribute to senior's chronic diseases. ... that contribute to chronic diseases.
October 2008

What I learned from asthma

2. People with chronic illness may feel that they are to blame for their illness. ... 5. Allergies are not volitional. 6. Patients with chronic illness frequently understand their health conditions better than doctors do.
October 2019

Credit where credit is due

I know that, as a woman of 55 with an very active and healthy lifestyle, no chronic diseases and most importantly as a nonsmoker, I am at very low risk for
October 2019

A missed opportunity: Promoting healthier eating in the hospital

Indeed, if there's 1 place in the world where we should be promoting healthy eating and addressing the real source of so many of the chronic diseases that are afflicting
October 2019

New oxygen requirement overruled without a reason

Foremost our job is to diagnose acute and chronic diseases in our patients not to maximize the profits. ... Until then, my team and I are going to focus on treating our patients, diagnosing them with the diseases they do have while not looking for ones
October 2019

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