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Dutch Winter Baby Syndrome

Dutch Winter Baby Syndrome When does a baby learn about the nature of its world? Or when does a person learn to make life long decisions about their response to the outside world? A clue was uncovered when Hitler decided to stop all food transfers to the Netherlands during the Winter of 1944. In general, the Dutch people survived on less than one thousand calories per day. It is estimated that sixteen thousand Dutch died from under-nourishment when the Nazis decided to starve them out. ... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, September 9, 2014
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Medical Windmills

Medical Windmills I have practiced medicine for over thirty years. And during my career, I have had probably close to twenty thousand patient care encounters of one kind or another. Helping the infirm in my office is enjoyable and never boring. I never know who will come through my doors with a desire to heal from a mystery disease of some sort. After reviewing hundreds of medical histories, examinations and notes from my contemporary medical care providers (whether physicians or physician... Read More
Posted by Amanda Sanders at Tuesday, September 2, 2014
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