Browsing the blog archives for October, 2016

Why People are Overweight

Why is that so many people that they begin to lose weight at the end fail it? This for me is very interesting and something that I want to study more. Additional information is available at Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn Jr.. It may not be a single factor because there is a high rate of failure […]

Gastric Band

The gastric band represents an important change in the life of the people, just like any surgery for weight loss, the adjustable gastric band is a band or tape made of silcona which is placed around the upper part of the stomach by gastric band surgery in order to limit the amount of food that […]

Sociology, Psychology and History

Augusto Comte does not include psychology as a science, to understand that it was simply a part of biology. This has been overcome and from Spencer was established as an autonomous and independent science psychology. Psychologists include psychology between biology and sociology. Both sociology and psychology study spiritual facts. Psychologists tried to make a difference. […]

Memorial Clinic Denny Duquette

Biography His son, William George Bailey Jones, born the same day a bomb scare at Seattle Grace while her husband was in surgery with Dr. Derek Shepherd, having crashed his car on the way to the hospital in chapter (It’s the end of the world as we know, a compilation of two episodes). Check out […]

Gardening for Health

The work in the garden reduces the exhaustion and is " terapetico". Preventive Medicine Research Institute is actively involved in the matter. Not in vain, the care of gardens is habitual in the rehabilitation of patients with problems of drug or sociabilizacin, in centers for people with physical incapacities, of cardiac attacks or the institutions […]

The Hepatologist

Only faith, kept alight the torch of the Faith Hope ,… ?… If you would like to know more then you should visit Dean Ornish M.D. Yes!, So intimate that beauty, as St. Augustine said, “like drinking, respirators and eating, I remember The Day Medicine was critical, with repeated episodes of gastrointestinal bleeding, hiding and […]