If you’d like a fun listening experience (and who doesn’t?) head on over to Nei Jing Now! It’s a fabulous wellness site
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with in-depth audio shows every two months.
[Motto: Demystifying Medicine; Cultivating Resilience; Empowering Host Resistance.]
The latest Nei Jing Now! episode deals with all things gutsy – and stars our [...]
Is there a sane, sensible approach to the No Poo frenzy? For those who have been living in a wonderfully Poo-media-free zone, we here at Doc Gurley both congratulate you on a rare achievement, and feel the need to clarify: No Poo refers to a growing worldwide movement to stop using shampoo – and not [...]
It’s that time of week again! Head on over to CodeBlog for a round-up of the best of the healthcare blogosphere. This
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week’s host is a Tales of a Nurse site – with an ICU nurse host and a behind-the-scene look at healthcare. After you’ve gotten your weekly grand rounds [...]
We here at Doc Gurley were hoping, like most people, to just ignore the latest, clearly BOGUS pseudo-science news.
Unfortunately, such was not to be – the Atlantic article by a (self-described as rage-filled-about-the-act-of-breastfeeding) mom, who claims that – really – there’s no good data to support breastfeeding – just won’t die. Go on any
We had a great Hello Doc question from a reader*:
Could you define “normal”?
Luckily for Doc Gurley, this question wasn’t a request for a metaphysical definition of human non-weirdness (Doc Gurley, in fact, loves human weirdness), but was, instead, a medical question. In other words, our reader continues -
“I had my vitamin [...]
There have been some great science reviews of practical tips recently! Here is the final of four proven, data-driven studies that you may not hear much about in the main-stream media (usually because of a lack of profit-driven PR). Be sure to forward the Well Worth It information along to those you care about who [...]