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Dentists: Steer clear of polyethylene

1. Protein-enhanced food: the latest health craze

Protein powder is being added to foods from bread to ice-cream, as it makes you
feel fuller for longer.  But do we really need more protein in our diets?
A basketful of high-protein food
The more time you spend sitting, the greater the chances of dying from heart
disease or cancer, having a stroke or becoming diabetic. Even GPs now advocate
standing during consultations.
Doctor standing up
people walking
Too much, too little slumber linked to raised number of sick days, researchers say
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Are you color “deficient” or Color “blinded”?

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Spellbound (Alfred Hitchcock)

This movie is quite intriguing. It has a circle of stories about both it’s patient and its staff who all seem to suffer from their own mental incapacities. It’s full of paranoia, phobias, delusions, and believe it or not, there is always room for a touch of romance. See if you can figure it all out. I’ve truly enjoyed the movie each time I watched it, but that may be because of how much I enjoy watching Gregory Peck! I give this movie Five Stars. Felina Silver Robinson


Ingrid Bergman as Dr. Constance Petersen

Gregory Peck as Dr. Anthony Edwardes / John Ballantyne

Michael Chekhov as Dr. Alexander ‘Alex’ Brulov, a teacher of Dr. Petersen

Leo G. Carroll as Dr. Murchison, the head of Green Manors

Rhonda Fleming as Mary Carmichael, a patient in Green Manors

John Emery as Dr. Fleurot

Steven Geray as Dr. Graff

Paul Harvey as Dr. Hanish

Donald Curtis as Harry, a staff of Green Manors

Norman Lloyd as Mr. Garmes, a patient in Green Manors

Bill Goodwin as House detective of Empire State Hotel

Wallace Ford as Stranger in Empire State Hotel Lobby

Art Baker as Det. Lt. Cooley

Regis Toomey as Det. Sgt. Gillespie