Daily Archives: January 6, 2010

More hospitals using new type of patient gown

The Philadelphia Inquirer reports that approximately “1,700 facilities … are now using” a new type of hospital gown. The new gown is known as Bair Paws. According to the Inquirer, “a machine blows warm air between layers of paper — actually … Continue reading

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The latest drugs and supplements used for weight loss. Are any worth trying?

As soon as the holiday goodies are gone, people begin to try various products to try to lose weight. Why? Because most of us gain weight over the holidays. So, pharmacies report a run on the over-the-counter (OTC) weight loss … Continue reading

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Gingko biloba may not be effective in preventing cognitive decline or improving memory

In my best-selling book, co-written with Donal O’Mathuna, PhD, Alternative Medicine: The Christian Handbook, I wrote a chapter on Gingko biloba and said this: While ginkgo looks promising as a means of delaying the memory loss related to a variety … Continue reading

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