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I don't like to often stray from scientific commentary, but I think I'm ready to articulate the rationale for this site.
I hate to sound like a conspiracy theorist here, but we aren't really getting the medical news any more.
Think about it. Newspapers don't have what you would call a bright long term prognosis. If the New York Times is hemorrhaging money, you can be sure the rest of the nations papers are bleeding too.
The Sunday paper just isn't as heavy as it used to be.
You have to buy the magazine to get the content but this months' Mens Health has an outstanding long article on how to shop smarter for food and the surprising differences between things like Wheat Thins and Triscuits. The article is "Supermarket Survival Guide." I tried to find it online but looks like they only have it in print. Mens Health looks to have a whole healthy eating portal set up and guess what--the good content costs money to read. Hey dudes if New York Times couldn't make that model work do you think you'll have better luck?
Blood transfusion is the method of moving blood or blood-based products from one person into the circulatory system of another. A transfusion is the inoculation of a blood product by way of a needle inserted into a patient’s vein.