Medicalia.org

by Internet Medical Society

About Medicalia.org

Medicalia.org is the social network for doctors, biomedical researchers & medical students worldwide created by the Internet Medical Society.

Medicalia.org can help you maintain existing personal and professional relationships and establish new ones by reaching out to colleagues you've never met before.

At Medicalia.org, users exchange clinical experiences, review their cases and share clinical knowledge.

Join Now! You can learn more about us and our mission here.

Interested in advertising on Medicalia.org?

 

Search for Clinical Answers  

Loading

 

Latest Activity


IMS Member
Dr David Ryan posted a blog post

Celiac disease may not be the only reason to go gluten free

These days, whole supermarket aisles are devoted to products that are gluten free.Easy access to these foods is a blessing for the two million Americans who struggle with celiac disease and can't tolerate gluten.But we're finding out, the gluten free movement is gaining followers for other health reasons.For Paul Daniel, going gluten-free has been a key ingredient to improving his health."When I lay down at night I'd have asthma symptoms,” Paul Daniel said, “or I would have repeated migraines…See More
Friday
Profile IconiMedPub via Facebook
Thumbnail

Internet Medical Publishing: Cardiovascular diseases: Are we overlooking some cardiovascular...

internetmedicalpublishing.blogspot.com

Despite of credible advances in the field of cardiovascular health promotion contributed by scientific research over the past several decades, cardiovascular disease (CVD) remains to be the leading cause of premature deaths across the globe. Low and middle income countries are more vulnerable to…

See More
FacebookWednesday · Reply
Profile IconiMedPub via Facebook

Call for papers Acta Rheumatologica http://ift.tt/Wy84dS

FacebookTuesday · Reply

IMS Member
Dr David Ryan added a discussion to the group Neuropsychology
Thumbnail

An Approach to the Cognitively-impaired Adult

Assessment of patients with cognitive complaints requires generic clinical neurological skills of history taking and examination, supplemented by 'bedside' cognitive testingDetailed history taking from the patient and a knowledgeable informant is mandatory when assessing a cognitively impaired adult Bedside screening tests of cognition supplement the history: the individual tests have particular strengths and weaknesses; they are not diagnostic in isolation.Certain cognitive tests probe…See More
Jul 20

Presentations

Posters and Presentations

Created by Dr David Ryan May 16, 2009 at 7:23pm. Last updated by Dr David Ryan Sep 15, 2013.

Hypothermia: stop cold insufflating!

Created by Dr David Ryan Nov 12, 2011 at 1:25pm. Last updated by Dr David Ryan May 19, 2012.

Biomarkers for Alzheimer and Frontotemporal Dementia

Created by Dr David Ryan Oct 30, 2011 at 10:22am. Last updated by Dr David Ryan Oct 30, 2011.

Oxytocin: the key to treating lactation-failure and associated diseases

Created by Dr David Ryan Sep 18, 2011 at 6:24pm. Last updated by Dr David Ryan Sep 18, 2011.

A new Nanotechnology for Translational Medicine

Created by Dr David Ryan Sep 18, 2011 at 6:22pm. Last updated by Dr David Ryan Sep 18, 2011.

Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Medbrary, the online medical library

Loading… Loading feed

Blog Posts

Celiac disease may not be the only reason to go gluten free

Posted by Dr David Ryan on July 25, 2014 at 10:37am 0 Comments

These days, whole supermarket aisles are devoted to products that are gluten free.



Easy access to these foods is a blessing for the two million Americans who struggle with celiac disease and can't tolerate gluten.



But we're finding out, the gluten free movement is gaining followers for other health reasons.



For Paul Daniel, going gluten-free has been a key ingredient to improving his…

Continue
 
 
 

Featured Journals

Loading… Loading feed

Featured Books

Loading… Loading feed

Discussions inside Internet Medical Society

Loading… Loading feed

Medical Criteria

Loading… Loading feed

Neuroimaging

Loading… Loading feed

Biomedical Events

Loading… Loading feed

© 2014   Created by Dr David Ryan.

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Terms of Service

Google+