I'm on a mission to foster a functional, healthy, welcoming space by organizing my home! This series is a record of my efforts.
This is a comprehensive article that explores the nature of sugar, how it affects the human body, and the history of the sugarcane.
Emotional obesity disturbs our quality of life and affects our decision making. This book offers insight on shedding those emtional pounds, and liberating your true self!
Eat, Move, Love, and Laugh!
Fellow patients, as a customer of healthcare, I firmly believe in knowing the quality of your products and services! Here you'll find some basic guidelines for assessing your future surgical center.
The body's largest organ, the skin, is beautiful, protective, and interesting!
Those who are suffering, or may know someone suffering, from lower body atherosclerosis may benefit from the knowledge provided by this article. It covers anatomy, diagnosis, and treatment.
Based on research, this article explores the potential emotional and behavioral consequences of spanking when used as a form of punishment during childhood.
For every month of the remaining year, I will be uploading "Organ of the Month" articles. This is for February 2015.
This article explores the highly complex union between bacteria and man, while introducing some of the dangers of microbial resistance.
Phantom pain affects between 40% to 80% of amputee patients. This article will inform the reader by defining phantom pain, identifying the causes of phantom pain, and exploring treatment options.
A summary and an introduction about patients using their own recycled blood products in surgery.
Ever wonder who told your healthcare provider to wash their hands when they enter your room? This article honors the historical pioneers of keeping it clean in the patient's room.
This article is meant to help parents and caregivers educate teenage girls about urinary health; be warned, this article offers sexual health advice.
UCL injuries are common among the athletic community. This article should help the reader develop a basic understanding of what the injury is and how it can be treated surgically.
1 out of every 6000 newborns in the US enter the world with the birth defect Microtia. This article aims to inform the reader on what the disease is and how to treat it effectively with surgery.
This is a short narrative of my own experiences battling depression and unhappiness. The remedy was simple, yet profound.