Monthly Archives: September 2011

Eczema

First, what is Eczema? (aka atopic dermatitis):  It is a chronic itching, inflammatory condition of the skin.  The skin is dry and hyperkeratotic.  There are multiple types of lesions involved and the scratching or rubbing of them leads to different … Continue reading

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Interesting Risk Factors for Prostate Cancer

In my research of the epidemiology of prostate cancer, I found some interesting indicators of the risk of contracting it, in addition to those listed in Robbins Basic Pathology, 8th Edition (age, race, geographic factors and genetic background). Clariss Gerhauser, … Continue reading

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Speeding Up Process of Regeneration and Healing in Minor Conditions

Within Dr. Johnson’s course, I’m enjoying Chapter 3 of Robbins Basic Pathology, 8th Edition (by Kumar), learning about Tissue Repair. I want to mention a few things I’ve learned and used in aiding or speeding up this process of Regeneration, … Continue reading

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Quantum-physics based New Biology and Epigenetics

I’m surprised, given the date of publication of Robbins Basic Pathology, 8th Edition (by Kumar), that there is no mention of the quantum-physics based New Biology and Epigenetics. Dr. Bruce Lipton, a former medical school professor and research scientist in … Continue reading

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Rosacea

Rosacea is a skin disorder commonly misdiagnosed. For many patients, rosacea begins as noticeable change in skin color, generally to one area of the face. For many rosacea sufferers, the symptoms often first become noticeable after spending extended periods in … Continue reading

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