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  1. What It's Really Like to Care for a Dying ParentRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Time

    Just like no real-life sex scene has ever involved seamless, body-fluid-free sex , very few deaths are the simple, dignified situations we see portrayed on screen. Death, real death, is a messy, confusing process for everyone involved.


  2. Analgesic Properties of a Peripherally Acting and GalR2...Read the original story

    Yesterday | CiteULike

    Journal of Pharmacology and Experimental Therapeutics , Vol. 352, No. 1. , pp. 185-193, doi:10.1124/jpet.114.219063 There are ongoing efforts to develop pain therapeutics with novel mechanisms of action that avoid common side effects associated with other analgesics.


  3. Living With DyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Time

    Many people's greatest fear is of getting a terminal disease with a likely long, painful ending. The following explores how one might successfully deal with it.


  4. Running an Ebola Clinic in Sierra Leone Is All About Containment-And ChlorineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Wired

    The Ebola treatment units being deployed across Sierra Leone are built by teams of logisticians - "logs" in disaster aid parlance - who can drop into a bare field and construct a mini city in a matter of weeks. But these cities are full of some of the world's sickest, most contagious patients.


  5. Viktoria Modesta, the REAL bionic womanRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Mail

    Wearing fetish costumes, showing off long, toned limbs and showcasing a strut to rival Beyonce's, Viktoria Modesta made her powerful pop debut on Sunday night - as the ultimate bionic woman. But this singer - whose video Prototype aired on Channel 4 during the X Factor final - is no ordinary popstar, she's an amputee who fought to remove her painful, useless left leg so she could fulfil her dreams of music success.


  6. WorldViews: 14 awkward photos of world leaders that explain 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 18 | The Washington Post

    It was a tough year for global events. From serious conflicts in Syria and Ukraine to the Ebola outbreak and the apparent destruction of not one but two Malaysia Air passenger planes, it sometimes felt like the world was bouncing from one horror to the other, never quite able to comprehend any of them.


  7. I want the pill no doctor will prescribe even though it has almost no side-effectsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | The Age

    No, it's not Xanax, or one of mother's many other little helpers, which may make you feel a whole lot better but carry addiction and nasty side-effects as passengers on their high. Despite the fact that placebos consistently show up in clinical studies as producing real and demonstrable effects, most good doctors rightly consider it deceptive to give them to patients .


  8. A voice for Yvonne SampsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | The Chronicle Herald

    Janet Martell of Louisdale cares for her mother, Yvonne Sampson, by cleaning her voice-restoration prosthesis at Sampson's home on Wednesday. f Yvonne Sampson didn't have a prosthesis in her throat, silence would rule the little house she and her husband built 40 years ago.


  9. Pete McMartin: George will be home for Christmas, he hopesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | Vancouver Sun

    Canucks are winless in their last four and they hope to break out of their slump Wednesday night when they take on the Dallas Stars at Rogers Arena. Yuletide scenes from the archives show how much the holiday has changed, and remained the same, from days gone by George walks down the street to a Starbucks.


  10. Asssited Suicide: Who should decide?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 17 | The Jersey Journal

    Brittany Maynard, a terminally ill woman who decided to end her life early under an Oregon law. She died Nov. 1, 2014.


  11. Doctors Found a Deadly, Inoperable Tumor - but What Happened Next...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 16 |

    Author Daniel Fazzina faced a dire situation. A massive tumor in his chest would potentially leave him with mere months to live - a harrowing scenario that he detailed in his recently released book, " Divine Intervention: 50 True Stories of God's Miracles Today ."


  12. Doctors who overprescribe addictive medsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | USA Today

    Doctors who are the most prolific prescribers of powerful narcotic painkillers and stimulants often have worrisome records, a ProPublica analysis of Medicare data Doctors prescribing most potent painkillers face scrutiny Doctors who are the most prolific prescribers of powerful narcotic painkillers and stimulants often have worrisome records, a ProPublica analysis of Medicare data Check out this story on Heather Wright, CEO of Pain Treatment Center of the Bluegrass, in Lexington, talks about how the pain clinic operates and why one of their doctors issues the fifth-highest number of pain prescriptions for Medicare patients in Kentucky.


  13. VA's Magnuson Award to Gene Therapy Pioneer in Ann ArborRead the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | PRWeb

    Gene therapy pioneer and longtime Veterans Affairs researcher Dr. David Fink received the 2014 Paul B. Magnuson Award from VA in a ceremony at the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System on Dec. 15, 2014. "Dr. Fink's work holds tremendous potential for treating Veterans with chronic neurological disease," said Robert McDivitt, an Army Veteran and director of the VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System.


  14. International Research on the Dorsal Root Ganglion (DRG) Presented at ...Read the original story

    Monday Dec 15 | Freshnews

    At the 18th annual North American Neuromodulation Society congress, researchers presented 20 international, peer-reviewed scientific abstracts from Australia and Europe highlighting clinical results of the Axium Neurostimulator System for the treatment of chronic, intractable pain. Two single center, retrospective reviews from Australia and an international retrospective case review demonstrated improvement in pain scores and reduced disability in patients suffering from chronic post-surgical pain.


  15. Outrage as sick and injured patients are sent home from hospital A&E...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | The Daily Record

    POLITICIANS call for action as crisis facing the NHS in Scotland this winter is exposed at one of the country's biggest hospitals. SICK and injured patients were sent home from a hospital accident and emergency unit - because there was no room for them.


  16. Pethidine good pain relief drugRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Daily Monitor

    Those who have undergone surgery are also advised to use the drug with caution because it is metabolised in the body to a by-product which accumulates, especially where the kidneys are malfunctioning. This by-product is said to be associated with eventual convulsions Pethidine is considered one of the best painkillers.


  17. Brave girl diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of two prepares for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | Daily Mail

    Brave girl diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of two prepares for her ballet exam after being told by doctors she wouldn't walk A courageous young girl who was told she would never walk again after being diagnosed with leukaemia at the age of two is set to dance in her first ballet exam. Olivia Careless, now seven, promised her mother she would learn to dance - even after discovering the harsh chemotherapy she was undergoing has seriously damaged her leg bones.


  18. David Astley failed to recover after fall at his home a coroner has concludedRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | Your Leek Paper

    A MAN who suffered a brain haemorrhage after falling at his home failed to recover from his injury, an inquest has heard. The inquest into the death of David William Astley, aged 68, of The Croft, Leek Road, Cellarhead, took place on Wednesday, December 3, at North Staffordshire Coroner's Court in Harsthill, led by deputy coroner Margaret Jones.


  19. Managing pain in order to have quality of lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 13 | The Daily Republic

    I remarked at the meeting of the Sunset McDonalds "breakfast and coffee society" that every time I sit down for a long period, my back starts to really hurt. You can guess what my wise guy friends had to say to that: "Well, don't sit down for long."


  20. Saturday Diary: Pennsylvania wouldn't let me help my father dieRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

    There was nothing I could do. He begged for my help many times, but I was unable to throw him a line or extend my hand.