Reacting to the article " Couple's happiness: your actions matter, also your words", a sender ended her email writing: " (...) even if he is loving and caring, I'm not sure that he loves me because he never says so. His actions might be out of kindness or just because we are used to each… Continue reading Words and Actions
I was asked about my criteria regarding Telemedicine and E-health and who must lead the transformation. I understand there is a multifactorial background on that, where the economic aspect is undeniable, but I must say: "The cobbler should stick to his last" Covid-19 is not going to make other diseases magically disappear. People will still… Continue reading Coexisting with Covid 19 and Healthcare Redesign.
Family Physicians main skill is to be able to carry out preventive health care. We use evidence-based medicine to focus on how to best prevent heart attacks, to find cancer early and to prevent infectious diseases through immunization. During the past 3 years many studies were developed - by economists mainly- about the cost- effect… Continue reading Health Prevention Advocate.
This is the part of your medical history that is more uncomfortable to register, for you and for the practitioner. Sometimes physicians don't complete this section until there is an established and fairly good doctor patient relationship. Filled with very personal questions, the Psychosocial History collect those parts of your social, sexual, family, educational… Continue reading Doctors are not gossiping: Psychosocial History.
Genetics is a science we may say we are just discovering if compared with other medical field related approaches, but what is undeniable now is that these info that we inherited can make us more prone to develop certain diseases or may determine our physical profile or as it was recently proved, it may… Continue reading Doctors are not gossiping: Family Medical History.
This is not a Covid-19 post, even if the message is up to our current times. This is about the fact that despite our family situation, marital status, fatherhood, motherhood, leadership or whatever position that we have related to human interactions, we are individual beings. It is healthy to spend some time alone, reflect,… Continue reading My space.
Having regular checkups can help practitioners establishing a baseline understanding of your health. On these encounters, your physician collects some information about you. If there are problems later on, they can often refer to your medical history for clues about the diagnosis and personalised management, which might save you a lot of trouble down the… Continue reading Doctors are not gossiping: Why your old Health History Matters now?
Prevention, in medicine like in life, will always be better than solving a problem and early detection is key for finding solutions or at least for taking actions to achieve proper control. These might be the main reasons to have routine planned health check ups, whether annual or within another interval. Many apparently healthy people… Continue reading Reasons to Still Have a Routine Periodical Medical Check Up.
The new Century have us all in a rush. Women, more starringly involved every day on social life, politics, family management or several duties, have still to undergo natural issues inherent to our gender such as maternity, our care at childbearing ages and menstrual period. Some of us have a really hard time during premenstrual… Continue reading A new light: Safe way of Taking Contraceptive Pills Continuously and Stop Monthly Periods.
As I frequently say, we should run away from everything that claims to be "fast", "simple" or "easy" regarding a healthy lifestyle; but relax, I am not selling you any magic scam-potion. It just sounds simple now because after engaging in a journey and having advanced a considerable distance, one start feeling like: -"hey, this… Continue reading Simple Answers: My Experience with Certain Kidney Problem and How I defeated it before it was too late.