... aspects of adult and child health, often for life
.   Childhood obesity is on the rise ... studied the patients’ body perception, quality of life
and mood at three and six months after the body ... procedures. They found the subjects’ quality of life
improved and significantly enhanced their moods ...
... function for the possibility of a prolonged life
expectancy by abstaining from curative treatment. ... ten were willing to consider a trade-off between life
expectancy and intact sexual function, given the ... the increased probability of intact quality of life
is one such problem. Access to valid empirical ...
... severe headaches. He barely saved his life
through the devoted efforts of his lifetime ... a medical doctor and literary author who started life
carrying loads in the docks in the port of Buenos ... academic career was brilliant. Nevertheless, his life
was to radically change. Great transformations ...
Babies switched at birth
1 As a literary plot device
2 In real life
5 See also
... fiction, in stories such as The Little Michus .
In real life
In real life, such a switch is highly improbable.  Cases that ...
American Dietetic Association
... Association Foundation
Association Forum article detailing ADA's efforts to fight obesity problem.
Healthy Food and Healthy Eating ; Live life
Love Food. Website to teach Healthy Eating and Healthy Food to schools in the UK Sample Lessons.
Artificial induction of immunity
... Pasteur also isolated a crude preparation of the infectious agent for rabies . In a brave piece of rapid medicine development, he probably saved the life
of a person who had been bitten by a clearly rabid dog by performing the same inactivating process upon his rabies preparation and then inoculating ...
... Couvelaire uterus is a life
threatening condition in which loosening of the placenta ( abruptio placentae ) causes bleeding that penetrates into the uterine myometrium forcing ...
... to the affected area or significant change in behavior is witnessed.
Treatment may include periodic bandaging, psychiatric guidance with life
adjustments, lotions with or without menthol and phenol (to hopefully take the place of scratching). Antidepressants may work in patients with ...
Health Services Research
... health technologies , and personal behaviors affect access to health care, the quality and cost of health care , and quantity and quality of life
Studies in health services research have looked at outcomes at the individual, family, organizational, institutional, community, and ...
... it not be used routinely, if ever, in poisoning situations.  Lavage should only be considered if the amount of poison ingested is potentially life
threatening and the procedure can be performed within 60 minutes of ingestion.
Lavage is contraindicated when ...
Healthy People 2010
... where one lives, immunization , and access to health care . Healthy People 2010's two overarching goals are to increase the quality and length of life
and to eliminate health disparities. The campaign identifies 6 major factors that contribute to disparities in the health of Americans.
... biology - Evolutionary biology - Genetics - Genomics - Marine biology - Human biology - Microbiology - Molecular biology - Origin of life
- Paleontology - Parasitology - Pathology - Physiology - Taxonomy - Zoology
v • d • e
Pathology : ...
... and alternative medicine
Health care system
List of diseases
List of disorders
List of medical abbreviations
List of medical roots
List of medical schools
... However, it is argued that this division is simply not veridical; a plethora of evidence from the last century of research has shown that our mental life
has its roots in the brain (see Martin, 2002). Brain and mind are argued not to be discrete entities but just different ways of looking at the same ...
... a challenge to vehicle operators in terms of weight, manual handling, crash-worthiness and power consumption.
Integrated neonatal life
Normally, regular ambulance staff and their vehicles are not equipped to transport sick newborns and special newborn transport ...
Ocular oncology takes into consideration that the primary requirement for patients is preservation of life
by removal of the tumor, along with best efforts directed at preservation of useful vision, followed by cosmetic appearance. The treatment of ocular ...
... industry is mature and only achieving a growth rate of the order of 4% per annum. Its products are very cost sensitive and have a relatively short life
cycle. The diagnostics industry has not been as successful as the pharmaceutical industry in attracting investment funding.
However, the advent of ...
Sexual orientation and medicine
... United States Department of Health and Human Services publishes Healthy People 2010 , with the goals of increasing the quality and years of healthy life
and eliminating health disparities in America. It identifies sexual orientation as one of 6 demographic factors contributing to health disparities.