Category Archives: Behavior

MRI Tips: Open vs. Closed, Price, Prescription

The last time I had an MRI was twelve years ago. I just went to a place recommended by the doctor not carrying for the cost since my insurance covered it 100%. This time around I decided to do some … Continue reading

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Role of Food in Acne Treatment

The problem of acne treatment is very interesting. There is a lot of arguments about whether choice of food plays a role in creating acne. Some say it does, other say it does not. For example, this article claims that … Continue reading

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How Our Brain Makes It Difficult to Choose Conservative Treatment

I just talked to a friend who has a herniated disk and he asked me for advice.   I tell everyone  with a new back problem to be conservative and patient unless it’s absolutely clear today that a surgery is the … Continue reading

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