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Fight, Flight, Or Freeze?

drdrew.com [Susan]
For , listen to Ian Brennan on This Life Podcast For many years it was believed that defending oneself or running away were the only possible responses to a dangerous situation.  The fight or flight theory suggests that, when threatened by a harmful opponent, a person will make a split second decision between fighting (if […]

Fight, Flight, Or Freeze?

Michelle Poe
For , listen to Ian Brennan on This Life Podcast For many years it was believed that defending oneself or running away were the only possible responses to a dangerous situation.  The fight or flight theory suggests that, when threatened by a harmful opponent, a person will make a split second decision between fighting (if […]

Hyperlipemia and Statin Therapy

Michelle Poe
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Hyperlipemia or, high cholesterol/high triglycerides, affects millions of Americans, including at least one of the leading presidential candidates. The liver is primarily responsible for the body's production of cholesterol, and makes all you need, but it also comes from animal products, so dietary habits greatly affect cholesterol levels.

What are Prism Glasses and Why Did Hillary Clinton Need Them?

Michelle Poe
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Fresnel pri (prism glasses) are used by patients who are experiencing a visual disturbance or abnormality. They effectively trick the brain into thinking that the eyes are working together, when, in fact, they are not. The glasses are designed to bend light, shifting the image into proper alignment for both eyes. The adjustment then allows the brain to process visual information correctly.
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