Posted by admin on April 1, 2014

3 Pronged Approach to Clear your Skin from Acne

Are you searching for the best medicine to treat acne? Acne is caused by any of the following: presence of bacteria in your skin, absence of proper exfoliation, and overproduction of oil. The amount of bacteria on your skin and the oil that your skin produces are both gene-related. This would only mean that if your parents had lots of acne breakouts due to oily skin, it’s likely that you’ve acquired similar traits.

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Posted by Hugo Snowball on January 13, 2014

How do you get so much done?

Q: Between speaking, traveling, running your gym, writing articles etc – how do you find the time to get it all done?

A: Its all about Laserbeam focus:

Reconsider doing ANYTHING that does not get you closer to your goals. People would be more surprised at what I DONT do, or things I say no to, more than anything else. I am relentless when it comes to focusing on key tasks.

I dont watch much TV, or read newspapers, junk web sites etc. I dont eat a meal alone, or worst case without taking reading material with me. I flew cross country this weekend – read a book, six articles and wrote two blog posts on the first leg while other were sleeping/listening to music/watching movies etc.

My car has educational CDs stked up in it. I g

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Posted by Leo Queale on January 12, 2014

Spinning Gave Me Strength, if Not Thigh Gap

My twitter feed was blowing up this morning. The hot topic: telling Redbook magazine, Spin may burn calories in the short term, but if thats all youre doing, itll bulk up your thighs.

This did not sit well with the loving masses.



Anderson quickly changed her story via , saying now: Ive never said that spinning makes you gain weight. What Ive said is that spinning creates an imbalance in the muscular system. It b

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Posted by Christopher Reeks on January 7, 2014

Differential patterns of insulin secretion and sensitivity in patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus and nonalcoholic fatty liver disease versus patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus alone

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Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) often coexist and have adverse outcomes. The aim of our study was to elucidate metabolic abnormalities in patients with DM-NAFLD versus those with T2DM alone.

Patients were divided into two groups: 26 T2DM patients with NAFLD and 26 gender-, age-, and body mass index-matched patients with T2DM alone. Patients took a 75-g oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT), which measured serum insulin and C-peptide(C-p) levels at baseline (0 min), 30 min, 60 min, and 120 min after glucose challenge.

Patients with DM-NAFLD or T2DM alone had similar blood glucose levels.

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Posted by Leo Queale on January 7, 2014

Mentorship in Academic Medicine


Mentorship in Academic Medicine is an evidence-based guide for establishing and maintaining successful mentoring relationships for both mentors and mentees.

Drawing upon the existing evidence-base on academic mentoring in medicine and the health sciences, it applies a case-stimulus learning approach to the common challenges and opportunities in mentorship in academic medicine. Each chapter begins with cases that take the reader into the evidence around specific issues in mentorship and provides actionable messages and recommendations for both correcting and preventing the problems presented in the cases. 

Accompanying the text is an interactive, online learning resource on mentorship.

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