Why does society frown on doctors earning a reasonable living?

Posted by: drchasrani on: June 18, 2012

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Society expects that doctors should do either free service or should charge minimum. Because they are in the noble profession. No one knows how much they have slogged to gain that degree. When others are socializing, they attend the patients. Day and night, they have to be on their toes, keeping aside their joys and sorrows. People don’t mind paying to other professionals, but when it comes to doctor; they want either discount or free service. Doesn’t doctor have his family? No one gives him anything for free.                                    Team@CMHF

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Dietary Fish Linked to Lower Risk for Type 2 Diabetes in Men

Posted by: drchasrani on: June 18, 2012

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It is observed that fish intake can improve glucose metabolism. Fish intake in men was significantly associated with a reduced risk for type 2 diabetes. It is not so in women. It is thought that their fat proportion is the cause.                                                                 Team@CMHF.

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Eating disorders delay pregnancy

Posted by: drchasrani on: June 18, 2012

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With media propaganda, all women want to have “zero” figure. As a result eating disorders like anorexia or bulimia develops. Such eating disorders come in way of pregnancy. Women planning a pregnancy should seek help for an eating disorder.                                                    Team@CMHF.

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Chronic disease management through mobile health

Posted by: drchasrani on: June 16, 2012

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With nuclear families and rise in number of elderly patients, health care providers need to find out a way to manage their health and healthy life style. Like Tele-shopping, is Tele-medicine and Tele-health monitoring a possible solution?                                                         Team@CMHF

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Coffee Consumption Linked With Decreased Risk for Depression

Posted by: drchasrani on: June 16, 2012

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People have often worried that drinking caffeinated coffee might have a bad effect on their health, but there is more and more literature, including this study, showing that caffeine may not have the detrimental effect previously thought. Caffeine has an impact on the brain and on serotonin, which has been associated with depression. Risk for depression may decrease as coffee consumption increases, new research suggests.                                                                           Team@CMHF

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