Wednesday, March 30, 2011

Multiple Sclerosis

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Taken as a whole, the available scientific and alternative evidence suggests that multiple sclerosis patients suffer from chronic inflammation caused by diets that contain inadequate antioxidants, omega-3 deficiencies, excess sugar, and foods that fail to significantly reduce oxidative stress. In addition, gluten, cow's milk, or some other allergen further promotes autoimmune disease. The coupe de grĂ¢e, however, is a thyroid hormone deficiency that causes an abnormal need for dopamine. Dopamine is very susceptible to oxidative stress and can break down to form toxins such as dopachrome and other chrome indoles. These, in turn, kill oligodendrocytes, the cells needed to repair the damage to myelin caused by chronic inflammation.Beyond this, a shortage of triiodothyronine inmultiple sclerosis patients appears to reduce their ability to produce new oligodendrocytes. Therefore, myelin deteriorates and the symptoms of multiple sclerosis worsen. Wilcoxon and Redei have shown that such associated thyroid malfunctions in adults may be triggered by environmental challenges early in life. This process is termed fetal programming.

This newly revised edition is completely reorganized, refocused, and updated throughout to provide a stronger focus on instilling hope in patients and helping them regain their independence. The special feature of this new edition is the incorporation of the Morgante Conceptual Framework of Hope, a model of care that helps nurses integrate the concept of hope into clinical practice. The book also illustrates how to deliver nursing care that is both culturally sensitive and life span appropriate.

A synthesis of current concepts about the evaluation, treatment, and future directions in MS. On the evaluation side, the authors review the use of MRI, magnetic resonance spectroscopy, functional MRI, and three-dimensional MRI, and consider the rapidly developing body of pathologic information they have yielded. On thetreatment side, the focus is on recently approved medications (Novantrone), new indications for medications ( CHAMPS Trial), medications in development (Oral Interferon Tau, Oral Copaxone, and Oral Cellcept), immunosuppressive therapy for both progressive disease and symptomatic therapy; the current medications for treating relapsing-remitting MS (Avonex, Betaseron, and Copaxone) are also discussed. For future directions, the authors present the current best thinking, as well as the latest discoveries in immunology relating to MS, including groundbreaking B-cell research and its applications to specific immunotherapies, and the use of immune markers for tracking the disease.

Wednesday, March 23, 2011


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Thursday, March 17, 2011

Bipolar Disorder

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Bipolar Disorder: The Ultimate Guide. Oneworld Publications | 2008 | ISBN: 1851686045 | 288 pages | File type: PDF | 3,4 mb. Has someone close to you been diagnosed with Bipolar disorder? Have you been diagnosed yourself? If so, then this is the book for you. With a helpful question and answer format, this invaluable guide reveals everything about the condition, and shows how to keep it firmly under control. From how to deal with a manic episode to coping with the stigma often associated with mental illness, this guide contains the very latest research surrounding the illness that affects one in fifty of us. Including numerous real-life case studies, helpful character summaries and a full list of support organizations, this accessible blend of advice and insight will inform and empower all those who live with the bewildering turbulence of bipolar disorder.

Bipolar Disorder by Mario Maj. Bipolar disorder is a serious mental disorder involving episodes of serious mania and depression and affects approximately one to three percent of the population. According to the National Institute of Mental Health nearly two million individuals in the United States alone are diagnosed with this disorder.

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Monday, March 14, 2011


Free eBooks on Tsunami

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Free eBook: Advanced Numerical Models for Simulating Tsunami Waves and Runup. This review volume is divided into two parts. The first part includes five review papers on various numerical models. Pedersen provides a brief but thorough review of the theoretical background for depth-integrated wave equations, which are employed to simulate tsunami runup.

The Indian Ocean Tsunami of 2004 by William Lace. On December 26, 2004, a gigantic earthquake ripped apart the floor of the Indian Ocean off the coast of Sumatra. The force of the quake, transmitted upward to the surface, sent a tsunami, or a series of giant waves, in all directions toward unprotected shores and unwarned populations, many in remote areas or secluded vacation spots. Within 12 hours, more than 200,000 people had been killed, and many more left injured or homeless, their livelihoods destroyed. Cities and villages lay in ruins. Even the geography of the Earth was changed. But as the affected countries, with help from around the world, struggled to recover, scientists warned that the next deadly tsunami could come at any time. The question remains whether the world will be any more prepared for the next one. Read how the Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami changed the way nations are tracking natural-disaster warnings in an effort to prevent future disasters.

Sunday, March 13, 2011

Nostradamus and His Prophecies

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Occult Underground writes "Nostradamus (born Michel de Nostredame), was a French apothecary and reputed seer. He is best known for his book Les Propheties, the first edition of which appeared in 1555 and which has rarely been out of print since his death. Because of this book, Nostradamus has attracted an almost cult following. He is credited by his many enthusiasts, as well as the popular press, for predicting numerous major world events."

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The Greatest Sinner Ever is an easy to read, spiritual and historical novel about Nostradamus, the famous seer from the 16th century. This is a PDF book which you can save to your computer, and/or print for free.
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