Grilled Okra

Grilled Okra Place okra into a bowl, and sprinkle with olive oil to moisten surfaces. Season with Tony Chachere’s Creole Seasoning. On a 400-450° pit, put okra directly on grill. Turn often until the first one pops open and you see the seeds. That’s when they are done. Bon Appétit

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Multivitamins: Is the Jury Still Out?

JoAnn E. Manson, MD, DrPH April 04, 2014 Hello. This is Dr. JoAnn Manson, Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. Today I want to talk about multivitamins. Is the jury still out? Should we be recommending multivitamins for our patients? Do we know who is a good…

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No significant benefit found between arthroscopic partial meniscectomy, placebo surgery

Sihvonen R, et al. Ann Rheum Dis. 2017;doi:10.1136/annrheumdis-2017-211172. June 7, 2017 Recently published results showed patients with a degenerative meniscal tear who underwent arthroscopic partial meniscectomy had no significant benefit over placebo surgery. “As the evidence started to mount that arthroscopic partial meniscectomy (APM), the most common orthopedic procedure, offers little more than just placebo…

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Non-Prescription Treatments for Menstrual Migraine

By Heidi Moawad, MD Non-Prescription Treatments for Menstrual Migraine  Given that this patient population is quite large, many patients who experience menstrual migraines are otherwise healthy and express a strong interest in attempting to prevent or manage their migraine headaches without the use of prescription strength medications. Some non-pharmacological therapies that have shown promise in…

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Nerve Conduction Studies for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: Gold Standard or Unnecessary Evil?

This orthopedic surgeon says, “It is my firm belief that in 30 years we are going to look back on electrodiagnostic testing for carpal tunnel syndrome and shake our heads in disbelief. We are going to say, “Can you believe that they used to repeatedly shock people and then stick needles in their muscles to…

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Brad – Right Shoulder Pain For 2 Years [video]

This is Brad’s response to his 1st treatment using Trigenics®.

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Knee Scope vs Conservative Treatment

With respect to function, this review identified moderate-certainty evidence that knee arthroscopy results in a very small improvement (4.9 on a 100-point scale) in the short term and very small or no improved function up to 2 years. My treatment plans outperform arthroscopic surgery in the first 6 months according to my data.  You can download an…

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Leaky Gut As a Danger Signal for Autoimmune Diseases

This article presents a theory as to how people develop autoimmune disease. Frront. Immunol., 23 May 2017 | https://doi.org/10.3389/fimmu.2017.00598 Qinghui Mu The intestinal epithelial lining, together with factors secreted from it, forms a barrier that separates the host from the environment. In pathologic conditions, the permeability of the epithelial lining may be compromised allowing the…

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The Low Back Curvature, Back Pain, and Herniated Discs

Looking at someone’s lower back from the side view, there should be a forward curve.  This forward curve is referred to a a lordosis.  This curve can be too much, normal, or not curved enough. This study shows a relationship between the loss of this curvature with back pain, disc herniation and disc degeneration. The…

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Coffee Drinking and The Incidence of Cardiovascular Disaease

This study looked at coffee drinkers and their risk of cardiovascular disease incidence. They found that there is a J-shaped relationship.  On once the left side of the J shape are the abstainers, and they have a mild increased risk as compared to moderate coffee drinkers who had the lowest incidence represented by the bottom…

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