Monday, December 11, 2017
one of the most important obligations of a physician is to treat pain adequately. Recently, the treatment of chronic pain has expanded into the primary care setting (Reid MC, 2002).  Many primary care physicians are unsure about how to...
W ith every going on in the world today, from natural disasters to man made disasters, I thought I would give you guys a little info on what is known as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).   Most people think, oh yea,...
S o yes, I am a doctor and I love talking about health and wellness. But there are so many other aspects of my life that I usually don’t share unless you follow me on IG and see my stories....
M  y decision to go on the 2 week trial of a vegan diet started after I watched the “What the Health” documentary on Netflix.  A lot of case reports, meaning people who gave their experiences, showed that health benefits and...
I  am a Doctor Vero and these are a few things you should know about me. Aside from being a doctor I have started this blog and youtube channel.  A little about me:  I am Colombian by heritage, but I was...
I have a friend who lives in Switzerland and recently participated in the Geneva triathlon.  After congratulating him, he said he was very happy, especially because he did it on a purely vegan diet.  I was a bit shocked that...
My take on “What the Health” For those of you who haven’t seen it yet, watch it and let me know what it makes you think   - 5 - Documentary Point:  Chicken is not healthier than beef, it has almost the same...

Shopping is My Cardio

This post is a bit different from my usual ones because I realized that daily life can’t always be so rigid and information based.  I love to venture out of my niche once in a while and provide you...
P  INEAPPLES, YOUR HEALTH & YOUR TASTE Pineapples are a great fruit.  They are part of Polynesian cuisine.  I myself love making pineapple rice with shrimp and paprika.  They are extremely refreshing and I love pineapple juice! But I bet...
Although evidence is just emerging, and therefore largely criticized, an article from the William and Medlock NEJM suggested that the increasing racial hostility and community level prejudice towards marginalized groups will adversely affect health.  This will only increase the...

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