Navigating the healthcare system can be confusing, whether it's getting an appointment with a specialist, dealing with hospital wait times, or finding out which procedures are covered by insurance. Turns out many doctors and healthcare workers use a mysterious vocabulary all their own, and it's not always gentle or flattering.
Have you ever wondered what doctors and nurses are really saying as they zip through the emergency room and onto elevators, throwing cryptic phrases at one another? One of my favorite minerals to boost skin health and instantly fill wrinkles is silica (aka silicea), which is a crucial component of collagen and connective tissue, providing strength to skin, hair and nails.
Of course, if applied just once, the effect won’t last all day long, but silica is great before putting on make-up to make sure nothing settles in fine lines or wrinkles and makes them look deeper than they actually are. Also, when you apply silica on a regular basis, you’ll notice that lines disappear and wrinkles are significantly decreased, because it replenishes collagen supply and encourages skin elasticity. Plus, silica strengthens brittle nails and weak bones by supporting the absorption of calcium, it thickens your hair, effectively fights acne and can also be used on sore gums, abrasions or minor burns.


I mostly use silica in colloidal gel form (keep it in your fridge) but it can also be taken as cell salts.
Disclaimer This blog is based on my personal experiences which I am sharing for educational and informational purposes only.
Brian Goldman opens up the book on the clandestine phrases doctors use to describe patients, situations and even colleagues they detest. Especially when it comes to skincare, I’ve found that nature is offering an amazing range of incredibly effective agents to treat bacterial infections, scars and so much more.
I use both vitamin E, a special vitamin C treatment and silica and my skin has improved greatly.
For any health-related issues or questions, please consult your own doctor or healthcare provider to determine the best course of treatment for you.
Do you guess at the codes broadcast over the loudspeaker, or the words doctors and nurses use when speaking right in front of patients?


He tells us what it means for someone to suffer from incarceritis, what doctors mean when they block and turf, what the various codes mean, and why you never want to suffer a horrendoma.
Highly accessible, biting, funny and entertaining, The Secret Language of Doctors reveals modern medical culture at its best and all too often at its worst. Brian Goldman -- the host of CBC Radio's White Coat, Black Art -- has written a new book decoding the secret slang of doctors.



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