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Self-medicating and Sleep Disorders

Posted by: admin on: September 15, 2011

Patients who sleep poorly often self medicate before seeking consultation because they are so lacking in information and so desperate for a good night’s sleep. -Team@CMHF

Bill seeks to end practice of defensive medicine

Posted by: admin on: September 2, 2011

Defensive medical care has become the order of recent times. Doctors want to play safe and well read patients are keen to know to do more tests to rule out any disease. Here is a bill to curb this.                                                   Team@CMHF

Regular NSAID Use Linked to Erectile Dysfunction

Posted by: admin on: August 30, 2011

NSAIDs is so often used in family practice. Other than its effects on GI, and kidney  role of NSAID in causing erectile dysfunction has been shown. Read on to know how? Team@CMHF

Mineral Transporters

Posted by: admin on: August 10, 2011

Late in the l950s it was discovered that cells of the female breasts becoming malignant are going to lose magnesium so we thought why not conceive of an extra-active transport principle to take magnesium into these cells with the help of phenylalanine and paraminobenzoic acid. We developed, in fulfilling the requirements of more active transport […]

Recently, a medical student attended a conference on integrative medicine. It was a conference a lot: about Chinese therapies used for cancer, about osteopathic manipulation, and about the growing community of doctors that respect the value of complimentary medicine practices and are working to integrate them into their general practice. She left with a sense […]

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