Allergy journal author guidelines

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Avatar f tn Ran into an article in the Journal for the American Academy of Family Practitioners published this month, telling doctors that Levothyroxine is the ONLY valid treatment for hypo and to trust the TSH. I called the Academy and was transferred to the editor of the Journal and advised him of the more current articles (that I published here) conducted and published in Europe and now published by the NIH.
214864 tn?1229715239 Hi all, I have had chronic pain due to way to many diagnostic conditions that I have. One of the worst to cause pain is two herniated disk at the lowest possible location of my spine. I believe it is L4-L5 and L5 to S1, or something like that. Anyway, I have found and have been using the greatest medicine for relief of my pain. I have not become dose tolerant of this medicine, i.e. I haven't had to increase the dose in the two years that I have been taking it.
1330108 tn?1333677304 The new policy from the American Academy of Pediatrics, published Monday in the Pediatrics medical journal, is buoyed by research that shows children under 2 are 75 percent less likely to die or be severely injured in a crash if they are in a rear-facing child restraint.
Avatar f tn ILADS guidelines are the only Lyme disease guidelines that included a patient from the Lyme community as an author or as a member of the guidelines development panel. ILADS’ GRADE-based analyses found the evidence was of very low quality and regimens based on randomized controlled trials often failed.
875426 tn?1325528416 org/user_journals/show/291073/Catalina-video More info and videos of our beloved Catalina are on my journal. I hope people will enjoy watching her! I tested allergic to cats last week, but hope we can continue keep her... she's dear to my heart! At least it wasn't in the severe allergy category.
365714 tn?1292199108 t get upset with the author of the journal thinking their comment was removed by the author. I have been blamed in the past for removing comments I didn't remove and I've seen it happen on other journals. I hope these things can be taken into consideration. I think it will help resove some of the conflicts that occur on the website.
365714 tn?1292199108 Let's say I want to post a journal as an article for the public to read, but I don't want people commenting on it. Or let's say I posted a well meaning article and people start hijacking it. I've seen that occur with quite a few good meaning journals and it's a shame. The same happens with photos too from time to time. I know there's the feature to be able to delete individual posts, but that requires the author to be online to monitor their journal...
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11928313 tn?1437358907 I have a list of safe meds you can take in my journal. My ob gave me the list.
636562 tn?1223667445 Thanks for your suggestion. We just wanted to let you know that the Allergy Tracker is now available. You can add it here:
Avatar m tn The dietitians recommendation, based on a study published in the Journal of American Nutrition and Diet, recommends a high calcium and oxalate diet on the theory that such a diet will have the calcium and oxalate combine in the digestive track before they get to the kidney. An additional concern is that the urologist recommended diet cuts out many food groups that I have come to believe are good for you: whole wheat bread and pasta, beans, leafy green vegetables, nuts, green tea, chocolate.
547368 tn?1440541785 Hello my friends in pain, As you may recall I have discussed the proposed involvement of the CDC in pain management in the last several months. If you don't know I disagree with their involvement. The "Draft" for their proposed Guidelines is now complete. It can be viewed and their web-site and a link to that can be found in my journal. I'll that link at the end of this thread.
1747881 tn?1546175878 s New) Summary Sofosbuvir and simeprevir are now recommended in the 2014 AASLD/IDSA guidelines (Management Guidelines)[AASLD-IDSA HCV] as part of preferred or alternative regimens for the treatment of recurrent HCV infection in posttransplanted patients (Table 11) The recommended standard of care for liver transplant recipients is treatment of confirmed recurrent liver disease, based either on persistent, unexplained elevated ALT levels or on histologically confirmed fibrosis once reje
Avatar f tn -FAAN Food Allergy conference is May 9, 2009, Tarrytown (teen summit is 11 yrs and up) Link for New Jersey State Guidelines from the Dept of Ed.
Avatar f tn New guidelines released few years back provide some confirmation for the approximately over half a million U.S. pregnant women who have epilepsy. About three to five of every 1,000 births in the USA are to women with epilepsy. The guidelines, developed by the American Academy of Neurology and the American Epilepsy Society and published in the journal Neurology, show that pregnancy is relatively safe for such women as long as they take certain precautions if possible.
612876 tn?1355514495 Alright, it's been a long time coming, but I've finally at least *started* it. I'm indexing my collection of journal articles where it's accessible to you all. Here in OUR health pages. This is going to be a labor of misery, I mean LOVE. Ha! This is going to take a long time to complete, and of course as there are new journal articles coming out monthly ... NO, I don't even want to *think* about that. Let's just be happy that I embarked!!
Avatar f tn Hello there, I see you have recently joined Med help. If the something is what you wrote in your journal entry, ie. cocaine , the answer is yes. Should you be using it . The answer is no you shouldn't be using it. It can make you very sick. If you overdose on cocaine, you can damage your brain permanently or die of an overdose. I know what I have told you many sound harsh, but I believe in telling the truth. Knowledge is power.
Avatar f tn Stinging nettle, In a double blind trial, 57 percent of patients found the herb was effective at reducing the sniffles of allergy. Experts recommend 600 to 1,200 mg of dried extract daily. Butterbur, A study published in the British Medical Journal found that one tablet four times a day (32 mg total) of this herb relieved hay fever symptoms as effectively as the drug cetirizine, the active component of Zyrtec, with none of the drowsiness.
1016004 tn?1254372364 1. Be aware of your thoughts. Keep a journal and write down all your negative thoughts. You cannot change the way you think unless you understand how you think and talk to yourself about situations. 2. Once you have identified your negative thoughts and patterns of thinking then you can develop positive statements to substitute for the negative ones. Example: Negative statement – “I am so dumb, I always forget something.
Avatar m tn You may want to check out Dr. David Jernigan's website --- . To my understanding, Dr. Jernigan had lyme disease and now has created FDA approved formulas that have successfully been treating lyme. He is the author of "Beating Lyme Disease" and has another book that is due to be released very shortly. I know on his website he address ammonia in the brain and other issues concerning lyme disease... all very informative.
4705307 tn?1447970322 Liver international : official journal of the International Association for the Study of the Liver Author Manuscript NIH Public Access Hepatitis C treatment completion rates in routine clinical care Adeel A. Butt, Kathleen A. McGinnis, [...], and Amy C. Justice Additional article information Abstract Background Treatment completion rates for hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection in clinical practice settings are unknown. A1).