Blogs from Around the World

– Updates from General Medicine Sites
and Specialist Arthritis Advice

Brought to you by Specialist Osteopath,

Dr Damon Murgatroyd.

Clinics in Southampton Hampshire, and Bournemouth & Charminster Dorset

Please do return here as new postings are added frequently

I have gathered together many information ‘feeds’. These postings will be updated automatically each 24 hours or so, with the most recent from each society towards the top. It means that you should have current information, and each visit here should be a new experience for you.

Click on the title of the post to open the full article in its original site.

Whilst I cannot personally endorse the blog content, the important thing here is that you should take away from the page the information that is of most interest to you! You will find that my own blog has information that I have created specially for my osteopathic private patients. The footer of each page of my site is well worth visiting, because it provides clickable access to the many different articles that I have curated on my Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Scoop.It sites.

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  • Why America Has Become So Obsessed With Wellness
    by Rachel O Conner on 19 August, 2019 at 5:11 am

    There’s no question that America has become health and wellness obsessed, and that’s not exactly a bad thing. But where did this obsession come... The post Why America Has Become So Obsessed With Wellness appeared first on The Art of Healthy Living.

  • 10 Ways Air Quality Impacts Our Health
    by Emily Folk on 15 August, 2019 at 5:35 am

    People are always looking for the next great thing that’s good for their health. Sometimes it means that a new diet becomes popular or... The post 10 Ways Air Quality Impacts Our Health appeared first on The Art of Healthy Living.

  • Hottest Beauty Trends You Must Try This Fall
    by Diana Smith on 13 August, 2019 at 9:03 am

    Are you looking to upgrade and update your makeup for the new season and sport a fresh new look? Well, fall is usually a... The post Hottest Beauty Trends You Must Try This Fall appeared first on The Art of Healthy Living.

  • What to Expect During a Hearing Test
    by Ruth Williams on 9 August, 2019 at 5:01 am

    When it comes to looking after our health, there are several regular checkups we need to keep on top of to ensure that we’re... The post What to Expect During a Hearing Test appeared first on The Art of Healthy Living.

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  • Transgender dogma is naive and incompatible with Freud
    by Slavoj Žižek on 30 May, 2019 at 9:06 am

    Although partisans of LGBT+ like to dismiss psychoanalysis as out of date, many of them fully participate in the ongoing…What to read next: Trump wants to end the opioid crisis. But what if he is himself its prime symptom? | Food supplements ‘could be used in early treatment of […]

  • New therapeutic target for depression identified
    by Spectator Health reporter on 23 May, 2019 at 9:28 am

    Depression is one of the most widespread disorders that affects society, according to the World Health Organization. In fact, it…What to read next: For depression, omega-3 supplements are likely to be a waste of time | Over-eating food that is high in fat ‘may cause anxiety and […]

  • New findings could lead to improved vaccinations against STIs
    by Spectator Health reporter on 17 May, 2019 at 10:39 am

    In a new study published in Nature Communications, researchers from King’s College London have shown how skin vaccination can generate…What to read next: Eating more fruit in pregnancy may lead to smarter babies | A heavy potato habit ‘will raise your risk of high blood […]

  • Faster walkers live longer
    by Spectator Health reporter on 16 May, 2019 at 8:31 am

    People who report that they have a slower walking pace have a lower life expectancy than fast walkers, according to…What to read next: Vegetarians ‘live four years longer’ | Living near green spaces may help you live longer | Eating more fruit in pregnancy may lead to smarter […]

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  • Why do you need a primary care physician?
    by Peter Gonzalez, MD on 19 August, 2019 at 2:30 pm

    Primary care physicians treat adult patients for common ailments and chronic conditions, and also manage their patients’ treatments, often working with teams of caregivers. Establishing a relationship with a PCP allows your doctor to get to know you and your needs and goals. The post Why do you need a primary care physician? appeared first on Harvard Health Blog.

  • Teens and confidentiality
    by Claire McCarthy, MD on 16 August, 2019 at 10:30 am

    Offering teens privacy and confidentiality when meeting with a health care provider may allow them to discuss uncomfortable topics –– such as risky behavior, physical concerns, feeling anxious or depressed –– a step toward getting needed information and help. The post Teens and confidentiality appeared first on Harvard Health Blog.

  • Impossible and Beyond: How healthy are these meatless burgers?
    by Emily Gelsomin, MLA, RD, LDN on 15 August, 2019 at 2:30 pm

    Plant-based burgers like the Impossible Burger and Beyond Burger promote themselves as better for the planet and as healthier alternatives to meat, and they contain ample protein and other important nutrients, but that’s not the whole story. The post Impossible and Beyond: How healthy are these meatless burgers? appeared first on Harvard Health Blog.

  • I’m in pain, so why is my doctor suggesting a psychologist?
    by Salim Zerriny, MD on 14 August, 2019 at 2:30 pm

    The negative emotions that come from coping with chronic pain can lead to depression, and that very depression can lead to worse pain. Understanding the connection between pain and emotional health with the help of a psychologist can address these issues, and there are evidence-based therapies that can help as well. The post I’m in pain, so why is my doctor suggesting a psychologist? appeared first on Harvard Health Blog.

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  • Why You Should See A Doctor for Your Jammed Finger- Boutonniere Deformity
    by Gwolfe on 5 August, 2019 at 1:45 pm

    A jammed finger may seem like no big deal. It can happen to anyone – throwing a baseball, closing your… [Read More] The post Why You Should See A Doctor for Your Jammed Finger- Boutonniere Deformity appeared first on Oh My Arthritis.

  • I Think I Have de Quervain’s – What Should I Do About It?
    by Gwolfe on 8 July, 2019 at 2:56 pm

    If your thumb hurts every time you turn your wrist, grasp something or make a fist- you are probably looking… [Read More] The post I Think I Have de Quervain’s – What Should I Do About It? appeared first on Oh My Arthritis.

  • What Can I Do About My Trigger Finger?
    by Gwolfe on 25 June, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    If your finger or thumb “locks” in a bent position then suddenly pops back out when you try to straighten… [Read More] The post What Can I Do About My Trigger Finger? appeared first on Oh My Arthritis.

  • Is Plantar Fasciitis More Common in the Summer?
    by Gwolfe on 7 June, 2019 at 7:20 pm

    The weather is warm. The flowers are blooming. Your outdoor activities have increased. And, ouch, the bottom of your foot… [Read More] The post Is Plantar Fasciitis More Common in the Summer? appeared first on Oh My Arthritis.

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