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WMA, 1948: In a 1989 survey of 126 us medical schools, only three reported usage of the original oath, while thirty-three used the declaration of geneva, sixty-seven used a modified hippocratic oath, four used the prayer of maimonides, one used a covenant, eight used another oath, one used an unknown oath, and two did not use any kind of oath. Seven medical schools did not reply to the survey. ...Read more
You can't/shouldn't: I suppose you could buy Cialis or any other drug for that matter from online presence of brick & mortar pharmacies. But if you want prescription drug for cheap off Internet, I'd be leery, especially if they're not based in States. There's no guarantee that you're getting what you paid for. Be even more suspicious of Internet pharmacies that offer to sell prescription drugs w/o prescription! ...Read more
See therapist: The best way is to talk with a therapist about your specific concerns. S/he will need to know what you are doing, or feeling like doing, that causes you to wonder about this. If present, this is a serious issue that can cause great harm both to you and others. Your primary care physician may know a helpful referral resource. Please don't wait on this. Good luck to you! ...Read more
Nothing: Baby food is not actually healthier. It is more processed than regular food. It is actually better to make your own baby food. Baby food is a convenience item. ...Read more
Vitiligo Diet: There is no recommended "vitiligo diet," but a healthy diet that supports the immune system is a good choice, since it is theorized that vitiligo may be an autoimmune disease. Foods to avoid include blueberries and pears, because they contain hydroquinone, a natural de-pigmenting agent. Some vitiligo patients have also found that the spice turmeric makes their condition worse. ...Read more
Maybe-Maybe Not: All depends upon if your your child gets the infection and whether their immune system is able to control the effects. The answer is a resounding-"it depends". ...Read more
There were many errors in my EMR notes. Ammendum was made. How do I know MDs will read the ammendum and not original version?
No way to tell: Depending on the type of EMR. Usually a new copy would be resent after each addendum. ...Read more
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