Archive for February 2012

RLC Labs

RLC Labs is a pioneer and industry leader in the field of hypothyroid treatment. For years, RLC Labs has been an integral part of the technological advances and forward thinking that has improved the health and lives of hypothyroid sufferers worldwide.

At RLC Labs, our mission is to supply the highest quality medications for hypothyroidism. We work with thousands of physicians and pharmacies to provide the safest and most effective medications for hypothyroid patients.

RLC Labs is dedicated to formulating comprehensive and effective support formulas that work with the body and its natural healing processes. RLC Labs takes great pride in the quality control of these medications, utilizing only the highest quality ingredients. RLC Labs posses licensure with the FDA, DEA and State Board of Pharmacy.

RLC Labs is proud to manufacture and distribute Nature-Throid® and Westhroid™, the only hypoallergenic medications with a history of safety, efficacy, and consistent T4/T3 content for over 75 years.

With products unmatched in the industry, RLC Labs is dedicated to improving the lives of others and will continue to be at the forefront in the field of hypothyroid treatment.

Visit the Website Here:  www.rlclabs.com

Korr Medical Technologies

At KORR™ Medical Technologies, we have applied years of respiratory research to take on the challenge of health and fitness. KORR™ makes it possible for practitioners to obtain an accurate measurement of an individual’s unique resting metabolic rate, considered by many to be the new “vital sign” for obesity treatment. Similarly, KORR™ puts the high tech training tools of VO2 Max and Anaerobic Threshold detection into the hands of fitness trainers at every level of expertise. The results of all tests are presented in a format that will help educate and motivate the client. At KORR™ we believe that for scientific data to be useful it must not only be accurate, but must be communicated in a manner that is both understood and accepted by the client.

KORR™ metabolic analyzers, both resting and VO2, are unparalleled in their performance for accuracy and reliability in the compact market. Through FDA approval, as well as independent studies, the products’ high quality and accuracy have been validated. KORR™ Medical Technologies is ISO 9001 certified and complies with all the requirements of good manufacturing practices (GMP).

Visit the Website Here:  korr.com

University Compounding Pharmacy

University Compounding Pharmacy specializes in the formulation of drugs that are not commerically available. Our pharmacists use state-of-the-art technology with FDA-approved chemicals so that your finished medication meets the doctor’s exact specifications. UCP pharmacists have attended post-graduate training seminars so they know the newest compounding techniques.
A staff of pharmaceutical chemists is available to UCP for formulation consultations. Backed with this advanced technology and a complete inventory of chemicals and formulas, UCP pharmacists can compound practically any medication. From topical creams and lozenges to veterinary medications to impotence injections prepared in a “clean room”, your prescriptions will be prepared individually by an experienced Compounding Pharmacist.

Rationale For Compounding:

  • Strengths not commercially available. Compounding assures all patients that they can have the precise dose they need.
  • Form not commercially available. Compounding allows the best drug delivery system options for patient and physician. Oral, injection, suppository, or transdermal routes are all possible. Also, compounding provides drugs not currently manufactured or in dosage forms not currently available.
  • Improve or eliminate undesirable flavors. Increase patient compliance – especially finicky children – by substituting custom-made flavors the kids (and adults) really love!
  • Change the usual route of administration. UCP pharmacists can alter traditional routes of delivery. For instance, a flavored sublingual lozenge for a hard-to-swallow pill. Or a transdermal cream in place of injections. The possibilities are almost endless!
  • Eliminate preservatives, dyes, and potential allergens. Folks with asthma or hyperallergenic patients will benefit from prescriptions that are compounded preservative-free or dye-free or use alternative “fillers.”
  • Sugar intolerance. Compounded syrups with non-caloric sweeteners help diabetics control blood glucose.
  • Discontinued drugs. Occasionally, drug companies discontinue production of effective drugs which are no longer profitable to them. If this happens, UCP pharmacists can many times duplicate that formula.

 

Visit the Website Here:  www.ucprx.com

If American Doctors Are Going Broke, Who Is Really Responsible?

An interesting CNN Money article, written by Parija Kavilanz and entitled “Doctors Going Broke” is making the rounds of the internet and getting some well deserved interest. While there is considerable truth to be found in Kavilanz’s piece, a deeper analysis is in order given the knee-jerk reaction by the many who are too quick to place the problem and the blame at the feet of the federal government. Read more

Healthcare's Medical Gluttony

Seems to me we always have a few big breaking healthcare stories early in the year. I remember last year when Mary Meeker released her stunning report – USA, Inc. For the first time, it gave us a detailed view into the health of our country – as if it were a Corporation using balance sheet accounting. That report is truly outstanding. If you haven’t read it – I can’t recommend it highly enough. In some ways I think it’s “table stakes” for any intelligent discussion around the health (and healthcare) of our Country. In that report are two charts that graphically illustrate the size of our healthcare spending (as reported through 2009) – and then the results of our healthcare system. This was the first one: Read more

Fit Mind, Fit Body

Don Staley is a best selling author, professional speaker, coach and mentor. He has written five books, including the #1 Amazon best selling book “Fit Mind, Fit Body”, in which he shares a NEW , transformational formula to revolutionize your fitness habits.

He has also co-authored two additional books on mentorship with Bob Proctor, Brian Tracy, and Zig Ziglar. He has shared the stage with speaking professionals like Brian Tracy and Tom Antion, Robert Allen, and Lisa Sasevich.

Don has been featured in Health & Fitness Magazine, on CNBC, Forbes, Yahoo Finance, the Denver Business Journal, and over 200 other media websites.

Don is going to show us how to increase our results so we can create our ideal body and keep it for life!

Don gives physicians the formula to deliver fitness to their patients while earning passive revenue for their practice. Take a look and see if his program can help your patients and your bottom line.

Visit Don’s Website Here: www.donstaley.com

Nature- Throid

Two natural thyroid solutions.  Because no two people are alike.

Discover Nature-Throid® and Westhroid-P®. The complete thyroid solution.

Nature-Throid® and Westhroid-P® contain both T4 and T3 hormones, providing a more natural response. There is simply no substitute for the healing benefits nature provides. Nature-Throid® is the classic solution for hypothyroid treatment. Westhroid-P® with only two inactive ingredients is now available for patients that require a purer formula. Both medications are hypoallergenic and deliver consistent hormone replacement.  RLC Labs also manufactures a-Drenal and i-Throid, (iodine 12.5mg & 6.25mg) which can be used alone or with either Nature-Throid or Westhroid P for a well rounded thyroid protocol.

Visit the Website here:  www.nature-throid.com

Saint John's Cardiovascular Research Center

The Saint John’s Cardiovascular Research Center is a 3 story, 30,000 sq ft state of the art research facility on the Harbor-UCLA campus established in 1992, housing research laboratories and the academic offices for the Divisions of Cardiology, Infectious Diseases, and Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine.

Click here to visit St. John’s Cardiovascular Research Center