Hands on description of psychosis and it’s consequences.
An enthralling short film made by John Richardson (former service user) and Belinda Giles. Surrounding the experience of psychosis and the positive role the Early Intervention service can play in that often rocky voyage. Featuring captivating personal insights alongside a tightly woven narrative. Provocatively packed with vintage newsreel footage, humorous animations and imaginative imagery.
The marriage between hip hop and jazz is difficult. Robert Glasper is one of the experts trying to combine these two with great results. Enjoy this video. It’s over after tonight, the Nort Sea Jazz festival 2014 of which for me Robert Glasper was a highlight, together with Stevie Wonder.
Another highlight was the legendary Benny Golson, al ready 83 years old and still fabulous.
And last but not least another old man still up to the job Pharoah Sanders. Enjoyed his concert but also him leaving center stage when done with his solo or participation. The ultimate way to use older professionals to your benefit. Just let them do were they are good at! Don’t bother them with the rest, they can live with others performing very well.
This is the trailer of a humorous and heartwarming documentary. This documentary shows the journey of a group of senior citizens as they discover the world of the Internet through the guidance of teenage mentors.
This charming film provides insight into the wonderful things that can happen when generation gaps are bridged and proves you are never too old to get ‘connected’.
It can, a quick look at pubmed showed some interesting publications.
One from the BMJ. They showed that admissions for myocardial infarction increased on the day England was eliminated from the 1998 World Cup by Argentina in a penalty shoot-out and on the two subsequent days. Their conclusion was: Intense emotional reactions can trigger myocardial infarction although not all publications support this opinion.
In 2006, the Soccer World Cup (SWC) took place in Germany. This provided the opportunity to assess the effects of emotional stress on cardiac events in a large cohort of soccer enthusiasts in the region of Bavaria. In this large cohort no evidence could be found for an increased incidence of cardiac events, regardless of whether the home team played or not.
May be the level of emotional stress plays a role in this discussion. Watching your home team during penalty shoot out is emotional very stressful and probably not a very good idea for those suffering from cardiovascular disease?
In a NEJM publication this last hypothesis is supported. During the same event, the World Cup, held in Germany in 2006, cardiovascular events occurring in patients in the greater Munich area were prospectively assessed by emergency physicians during the World Cup. They compared those events with events that occurred during the control period: May 1 to June 8 and July 10 to July 31, 2006, and May 1 to July 31 in 2003 and 2005. Their conclusion was:
Viewing a stressful soccer match more than doubles the risk of an acute cardiovascular event. In view of this excess risk, particularly in men with known coronary heart disease, preventive measures are urgently needed. Thankfully there you can find an urgent care clinic near you at almost any time working 24/7. Nevertheless, it should be prevented.
Ramadan is a holy month for muslims. Fasting during the day and eating only after sun down does pose some stress for your body. It’s also challenging for physicians. Some people try to use cbd from sites like https://shadedco.com to get through it, and the doctors often receive questions from their patients whether or not they can participate in this month of daily intermittent fasting. When fasting it is important to use natural products to stay healthy in this time of so much stress that is put onto your body.
In an excellent recent blog post on iMedicine written by a medical student she discusses the nutritional aspects of Iftar (dinner after sunset) and Suhoor (breakfast before sunrise) and perhaps far more importantly: the relationship between fasting and health, while also using other alternatives as diets that work and you can follow easily from resources online. An article that you can read at vidalista is quite clear: it is a specific diet, and as such it does pose certain risk factors to certain people. It will depend however on any undergoing medical issues, or if they perhaps had not been eating healthy and balanced before starting said diet. Hydration has something to do with it as well.
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Her conclusion on patients and Ramadan:
Therefore muslim patients should understand it when their health problems do not allow them to fast, so if they want to lose weight is more effective if they use a supplement from sites as https://reportshealthcare.com/panalean-challenge-your-body-fat-with-most-modern-of-science/ for this. Their physicians play a major role in this by explaining why for example a diabetic patient cannot fast, in such manner that the patient will understand that fasting will worsen the health or cause more health problems.
In the end, we all may conclude that Ramadan is a month of communication and sympathy.
This blog post is very informative on this subject. It takes several different angles to the problem of intermittent fasting for patients. And for you Muslim women, we recommend LeanBean to maintain your figure! LeanBean is a fat burning supplement made specifically for women, while there are other supplements like the keto diet pill amazon which also help keeping a good diet. It is advertised as the number one fat burner for female athletes. LeanBean is made from 12 carefully selected natural ingredients. These ingredients target the problem areas affecting females more effectively than other fat burners in the market. Originally it was designed for female fitness models and athletes but has since been made available for all women. It is manufactured by Ultimate Life Ltd, a supplement company located in the UK. So after this Ramadan, maintain that healthy lifestyle with LeanBean.
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There are large numbers of doctors dependent on alcohol and other drugs in the UK. A conservative estimate is 10,000.
Addicted doctors are reluctant to seek help
Perceived barriers result in late presentations
Doctors with good insight and no comorbidity do better
Engagement with AA and NA is associated with better outcomes
Doctors do much better in terms of recovery than their addicted patients
In suicide some systematical reviews point to the possibility that doctors commit suicide more frequently than the general population. Mostly because the have easy access to the means. Doesn’t that apply to addiction as well?
What makes a great leader? Management theorist Simon Sinek suggests, it’s someone who makes their employees feel secure, who draws staffers into a circle of trust. But creating trust and safety — especially in an uneven economy — means taking on big responsibility.
New site with excellent videos, explanations about the working mechanism and scientific evidence of several different psychopharmacological medication groups.
The Psychopharmacology Institute is an ongoing project aimed to provide unbiased, evidence-based online education in clinical psychopharmacology.
The editor is Dr. Guzman a psychiatrist serving as Adjunct Professor at the Department of Pharmacology and Neurosciences, University of Mendoza, Argentina
Dr. Guzman started this site to share his interest in psychopharmacology education with a worldwide audience. His intention is to provide professionals in the mental health field with unbiased and clinically relevant training.
In this video about a new exhibition, the British Library pays homage to the important role data visualisation plays in the scientific process. In this Nature Video, curator Johanna Kieniewicz explores some beautiful examples of visualisations, past and present. One of the first in this video is a diagram made by Florence Nightingale in which she showed how poor sanitation cost more lives of soldiers then their wounds. Soldiers got preventable diseases especially in hospitals. With sanitary reforms there was a dramatic reduction of deaths during the war.It changed the world, it changed science.