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The rise of the lunatic asylum and its gradual transformation into, and eventual replacement by, the modern psychiatric hospital, explains the rise of organized, institutional psychiatry. While there were earlier institutions that housed the 'insane,' the arrival at the answer of institutionalisation as the correct solution to the problem of madness was very much an event of the nineteenth century.
To illustrate this with one regional example, in England at the beginning of the nineteenth century there were, perhaps, a few thousand "lunatics" housed in a variety of disparate institutions but by 1900 that figure had grown to about 100,000. That this growth should coincide with the growth of alienism, now known as psychiatry, as a medical specialism is not coincidental.:14
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My Guest Tonight is Aaron Beltran. He’s 23 years old and because of several concussions and head injuries he is multiple Brain Injury Survivor. He I only had a slight concussion was dizzy and got sick after a little while. Then I was fine did not think too much of it. He was told by his Doctors that if I ever hit my head again I probably will not be here anymore. The first time I have had a concussion. I was in fourth grade playing football with all my friends and as I was running to catch the ball, I ran into a tree. I only had a slight concussion was dizzy and got sick after a little while I was fine and did not think too much of it. Then about six months later, I was riding a horse that took off with me. I ended up falling off my helmet came off and I hit my head hard. It also broke my arm on this fall. My mother rushed me to the doctor as I had seizures with this head injury. I don’t remember too much about just what people have told me. Then a couple of years later I was at a horse show and I jumped the fence when I went over the head of my horse and fell on my head. I was wearing a helmet and a safety vest. I still had a bad concussion and was dizzy and sick for two days. A lot of years went by and every now and then for no reason I would get a little dizzy at times and did not think much of it. At the time I was 18 years old and them out foxhunting in Maryland coming up to a jump the horse decided to stop now, when I was foxhunting. We didn’t have a harness on a helmet, so as a horse stopped his head came up hit me in the face and the helmet flew off. I did stay on the horse and had a bloody face my helmet flew off. I did stay on the horse and had a bloody nose, but being who I am. I brushed it off and kept on going for another hour. When I did get back to the barn the grooms asked if I was okay. They said I was white as a sheet and I told them I didn’t feel very well, so they put me in the car and took me to the hospital.
Welcome to General Hospital Recaps where Shady & Heather weekly will talk about the latest in Port Charles, New York! Join us as we talk about Luke, Fluke, DID, Heather, Franco, Nina, Helena, Bobbie, Tracy, Lulu, Maxie, Nathan, Spinelli, Jake, Jason, Elizabeth, Sam, Alexis, Julian, Olivia, Ned, & much much more. Join us as we discuss everything going down in Port Charles including Sonny vs Michael. Port Charles is heating up! Join us as we discuss everything thats going down!
Blogtalk LPS Radio Network - Everyday Angels with Marie Elisa, welcomes Dr. Mercedes Sayago, M.D., who graduated from Ohio State University with a Bachelor of Science in Microbiology and Immunology with honor recognition in the Golden Key Society and Phi Kappa Phi Society. She completed medical school at Texas Tech University where she participated in adoptive cellular therapy research and was active with policy and education for the Health Sciences Center. Also, she was the AAMC representative for the school. For her residency training in Obstetrics and Gynecology she chose the University of Tennessee, Memphis.
Dr. Sayago's medical interests include basic reproductive endocrinology, infertility, general obstetrics and gynecology, pediatric and adolescent gynecology. Her focus is to provide personalized and caring medicine for women.
During tonight’s interview she’ll discuss her family’s tradition for pursuing medical careers, and the importance to feel comfortable with your GYN/OB and to maintain recommended tests.
Dr. Sayago speaks Spanish and German and recently moved to Southern California with her husband, Matias Aramburu, a Veterinarian, and their three children, Nicolas, Antonio, and Sofia. On her time off, she enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time with her family.
Contact information for Dr. Mercedes Sayago Newport Beach, CA office:
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Patricia Harman is coming March 28 and wants to meet Nurses,Midwives and Doulas has spent over thirty years caring for women as a midwife, first as a lay-midwife, delivering babies in cabins and on communal farms in West Virginia, and later as a nurse-midwife in teaching hospitals and in a community hospital birthing center.For the past twenty years, Ms. Harman has been a nurse-midwife on the faculty of The Ohio State University, Case Western Reserve University and most recently West Virginia University. In 1998 she went into private practice with her husband, Tom, an OB/Gyn, in Morgantown, West Virginia. Here they devoted their lives to caring for women and bringing babies into the world in a gentle way.
HER BOOKS:The Midwife of Hope River,Arms wide open,The Reluctant Midwife
Meet Patrica; Footprints Foundation Jazz Brunch,March 28, 2015 Ritz Carlton 3300 SW 27 AVE MIAMI 33133
www.footprints-foundation.org . Call 305-573-842
Paul J. Fowler, RT, LRT began his x-ray career in 1978 after graduating, with high honors, from Albany Memorial Hospital School of Radiologic Technology. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Fowler founded Specialty Portable X-Ray, Inc. During the 35 year history, SPX has initiated many major changes in the portable x-ray industry. Innovating and adapting to new technologies as soon as they emerged has kept Specialty Portable x-ray at the forefront of the x-ray industry.
In 1990, Specialty Portable X-Ray was the first to design and offer mobile developing units
In 1993, Specialty Portable X-Ray was the first company to combine mobile film developing with teleradiology
In 2000, Speciality Portable X-Ray was the first portable x-ray provider to invest in and utilize CR (computer radiology)
In 2010, Specialty Portable X-Ray went 100% direct-digital capture taking advantage of the reliability and speed of the internet.
In 2011, Specialty Portable X-Ray began providing emergency exam results within minutes of completed exams.
In 2014, Specialty Portable X-Ray unveils its custom EHR (electronic health records) software
Specialty Portable X-Ray Inc.
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That's it. Love conquers all." Mary Priddy's journey is an emotional story that shows the power of Christ in every way. Her countless times escaping what seemed to be inevitable death, swirl around her mind as faint yet still vivid memories - coming and going, from clarity to confusion.
Speaking with her as she unloads years of struggle and pain - you'd never know those dark years exist. She sits, smiles, and calmly breathes. She shares graphic details and startling memories with a rhythmic pace and warm hum to her voice, a peace that can only be found in Christ.
As she prepares to move into her first apartment with her two daughters, she can typically be found working at the local hospital, hanging out at the house where she and her family currently reside, or attending her home church. She is a woman of endless joy who has faced extreme sorrow and yearns to make her story known. "Even if this just helps one person. That's enough. That's worth it." Mary explains
And just like that, February Sweeps are over. Which means it’s time to look back over the past four weeks and discuss what worked and what didn’t. Were you blown away by THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS’ disasters… or underwhelmed? What did you think of Steffy’s return (not to mention our favorite new hashtag, #DrunkBrooke) on THE BOLD & THE BEAUTIFUL? Did you figure out where DAYS OF OUR LIVES was going with Aiden’s story? And what were your thoughts on GENERAL HOSPITAL’s prison break? Plus, we’ll preview the week’s hot plots and discuss why Pop (formerly the TV Guide Network) is likely to produce a far better Daytime Emmys telecast than the show has seen in years!
Second opinions are now a thing of the past. What was once a common practice, not only by the patient, but by the doctor as well has now turned into a crime.
8 year old Jaxon Adams suffers from a myriad of medical issues. So, naturally the mother wanted to do everything in her power to get the best medical care for her son as she could find. When the doctors could not find a cure for Jaxon's medical problems, Tiffany asked for a second opinion, Jaxon was sent to the "Beacon Clinic" at Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, MO. Unbeknownst to Tiffany, the "Beacon Clinic" is NOT designed to observe the patient, it is designed to observe the parent. This is where the doctors plan their kidnappings. They use this clinic to contrive a bogus abuse case against the parent(s).
The cruel and unusal punishment layed against the patients and parents from these clinics all across the country are now out of control and must be stopped
TAKEN FROM THE HEALTH IMPACT NEWS.COM ARTICLE WHO FIRST BROKE THE STORY
Dr. Hoffman came into the child’s room when he was crying his heart out missing his family. She told him to suck it up and stop crying. Her words that she told him were cruel beyond belief, as he later confided to his sister: “If I have it my way, you’ll never see your mommy and daddy again.”
Tiffany Adams will be here tonight to talk about how she and her son Jaxon have been treated, humiliated and tortured by CPS/Law Enforcement and the Family Courts. She has NO visitation rights at all at this time.
RELATED ARTICLE: http://medicalkidnap.com/2014/10/23/eight-year-old-jaxon-taken-by-hospital-when-parents-ask-for-second-opinion/
On today show we will be talking to Dr. Paul Sutherland, of Rappahannock General Hospital in Kilmarnock Va. Speaking to him about the ups and downs of a E.R room and what made him want to be a Doctor, was it always something he wanted to do.
Stay tuned for the answer.