... of curing disease by administering substances that produce the opposite effect
of the disease when given to a healthy human. Hahnemann used this term to ... 1747 systematically tested several common substances and foods for their effect
on scurvy and discovered that lemon juice was specifically active; he ...
... site and gently works them into the upper and lower lips for a plumping effect
that is reported to be safer, softer and more natural than lip ... 1895.
^ Shiffman, M.A., Mirrafati S. Fat Transfer Techniques: The effect
of Harvest and Transfer Methods of Adipocyte Viability and Review of the ...
... An individual that does not care about a certain documented side effect
of treatment, even if there is no documented treatment benefit, may decide ... PW, Adolfsson J, Steineck G. Emotional isolation : Prevalence and the effect
on well-being among 50-80 year old prostate cancer patients. Scandinavian ...
... to 300 pounds).
Food restriction operations to the stomach have several onerous side effects . One such undesirable side effect
that is very bothersome and visible is the loose, hanging skin that covers much of a weight loss patient’s body . Because hundreds of pounds ...
Depolarization-induced suppression of inhibition
... by the kind of neurotransmitter whose release is reduced. In the case of DSI, the result is a reduction in inhibitory GABA release, while in DSE the effect
is a reduction in excitatory glutamate release. DSE was also found to occur in other regions of the brain, however the evidence for the involvement ...
... and financing framework, established by a particular culture or government. The characteristics of a health care system have significant effect
on the way medical care is delivered.
Financing has a great influence as it defines who pays the costs. Aside from tribal cultures, the most ...
... temperature) and the onset of disease (such as [stroke]).
See, for example Lopez del Val LJ, Rubio E, Calatayud V, Lopez del Val JA, Sanchez E., effect
of atmospheric factors on the presentation of cerebrovascular accidents , published in Neurologia 1991 Feb;6(2):52-5
Someone said to suffer from ...
... formally in the early 1800's. The Industrial Revolution and the subsequent increase in poverty and disease among workers raised concerns about the effect
of social processes on the health of the poor.
Prominent figures in the history of social medicine include Rudolf Virchow , Salvador Allende , ...
... is being conducted to discriminate any environmental factors that may also play a role in onset and severity of Bipolar disorder. The same kindling effect
that is present with seizure disorders has been observed in early onset cases of Bipolar Disorder. Results are inconclusive at this time.