Sunday, 27 November 2011

What is a ‘constitution’?

For any state to achieve a sense of order and identity, it requires a shared set of values to be recognized and accepted by its subjects. Such values tend to be instilled by a system of fundamental laws and principles, and upheld by parliaments, courts, and other institutions established to maintain and reinforce them. This notion of shared membership, of collective rights and responsibilities as common to commercial companies and supranational organizations such as the European Union (EU) as to organs of any individual government is known as a ‘constitution’.

Wednesday, 16 November 2011

Anger Management (Be Calm)

By Julie Taylor
Article from WebMD

My husband, our two kids, and I were enjoying an idyllic trip to Hawaii, driving up the winding (and dangerous) Road to Hana and taking in the beauty of the cliffs and coastline. And then it happened. For no apparent reason, my son, then age 5, threw a water bottle from the backseat toward my husband, and it hit the windshield with a ferocious bang. By some miracle, we didn't crash, but we did lose control...big-time. Both my husband and I were ranting, raving, screaming, threatening: "Why would you do that? Don't you know we could have been killed? Here we are taking you on the vacation of a lifetime, and you throw a water bottle for no reason?" And on and on we went, spewing way more venom than our preschooler could ever deserve or even comprehend, for that matter.

Wednesday, 2 November 2011

How Do You Know Which is the Best Stethoscope?

Net Article Directory | How Do You Know Which is the Best Stethoscope?

By: James Wulffengaar

When opting a stethoscope you ll need to consider what your particular needs and budget are and then take a look at your picks. Once working in the medical profession there are numerous different pieces of equipment that you ll want, a stethoscope is one of them. Even so the many of the cases stethoscopes have become comparable there are many firms that can personalize one for you. It is a great way to reflect your character but nonetheless have magnificent high quality equipment. Counting on what line of the health career yourself specialise in will ascertain who stethoscope you purchase.

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Pc Health Advisor

PC Health Advisor License Key
For anyone interested in getting Paretologic’s PC Health Advisor license key, I suggest you to read what I’ve found after I purchased it. It is important for me to tell others what it is all about and if it can really help in fixing PC problems and other Windows glitches. I found something really interesting about it…I’ll tell you about that later.

Saturday, 29 October 2011

Law, Narrative, and Health Care

Kenneth D. Chestek, Indiana University School of Law (Indianapolis) has publishedCompeting Stories: A Case Study of the Role of Narrative Reasoning in Judicial Decisions. Here is the abstract.

10 Things Every Taxpayer Needs to Know About the Pension Law

By: Maggie Beetz

The Pension Protection Act, signed into law on August 17, 2006, is designed to address the nation-wide problem of under-funded pension plans. The law penalizes noncompliant companies and encourages employee contributions, but many of the changes directly impact taxpayers of all ages, regardless of retirement status.

How to Obtain Optimal Health

By: Monique Hawkins

You should already know that nutrition is very important to your quality of life. If you want to have a healthy life and lifestyle, you will need to have a healthy diet with proper nutrition. You might hear all the time that your nutrition greatly affects the way you live and your quality of life but have you ever really thought about why? Do you really understand why it is so important?
Taking a Chance on Healthy Living!

By: Dan Farrell

One of the most important aspects of living a healthy and prosperous life is understanding "risk." By this I mean knowing how to understand and analyze situations in life that affect health. Being able to accurately weigh benefits and risks when making health decisions is very important! Too often decisions are based on incomplete or inaccurate information and this is a huge mistake with significant consequences!

Sunday, 23 October 2011


For a variety of reasons, clinicians often struggle to arriveat a confident diagnosis of IBS. The differential diagnosis in patients who  have symptoms that are suggestive of IBS is broad and there is no reliable biologic marker for this condition. IBS is viewed more often as a "diagnosis by exclusion" than as a primary diagnose. The manning criteria, Rome I and Rome II criteria, developed by multinational working groups, provide a uniform framework for the selection of patients in diagnostic and therapeutic trials of IBS.