Knights of the Pain Table

A Camelot for Sufferers of Chronic Pain

Knee Pain (Osteoarthritis) Decreased by Exercise and Strengthening Muscles

| October 20, 2007

Gabe Mirkin, M.D. When you complain that your knees hurt, your doctor tries to find a cause. If he finds nothing, he tells you that you have osteoarthritis. We don’t have the foggiest idea what causes osteoarthritis and no effective treatment except pain medicines. A study from the Medical College of Georgia shows that strengthening […]

We Shall Always Dance with You Deborah Kerr

| October 19, 2007

Shall We Dance Sometimes we often do not realize the beautiful moments another person has given us till we hear they have left us.   With great sadness we heard that Deborah Kerr, after suffering with Parkinson’s disease, had passed away.   Born in Scotland, she had an amazing career as an actress bringing her great gift […]

HPV Test More Accurate than Pap Test in Detecting Cervical Cancer – Canadian Study

| October 18, 2007

Canadian Researchers from McGill University have found that a screening test for the human papillomavirus  (HPV)  is far more accurate than the Pap test in detecting cervical cancer.    The study,  “The Canadian Cervical Cancer Screening Trial” will be published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The randomized controlled study followed  10,154  woman aged 30 […]

Paul Potts Loveth the Fjords in Norway as He Rides Around the World

| October 17, 2007

Paul Potts Our Welsh Minstrel, Paul Potts who we admire greatly in Camelot, is slowly circumnavigating the globe to bestow his gift among a multitude of admirers. And at each port he doth speak with great humility and gratitude.  This is very relaxed Paul Potts being interviewed on Norwegian TV on August 9th.   We think […]

“What I Cannot Change” by LeAnn Rimes- We Loveth this Song

| October 16, 2007

What I Cannot Change LeAnn Rimes has just releaseth her new album “Family” and the song “What I Cannot Change” doth seep into one’s soul.    LeAnn sings with a tenderness and reflective quality accompanied with a more classical background    There is a simplicity in the music and the words that conveys a simple yet profound truth. Whenever we […]

Researchers Report Morphine Pain Medication does not Impair Driving Ability

| October 15, 2007

A team at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago performed a study with long-term users of oral morphine and a control group.    They tested the participants driving skills and found that the morphine did not impair their driving ability.  Dr. Asokumar Buvanendran, an associate professor in the anaesthesiology department at Rush suggested that patients who […]

Terry Fator, Winston, and Emma Doth Come to Vegas “At Last”

| October 13, 2007

Vegas At Last Our Prince of Voices,  Terry Fator, of “America’s Got Talent”   will perform at the Las Vegas Hilton on October 14 and 15th. Terry hath  found the Rainbow Connection.  Terry at the East Texas State Fair in 2007.   This is Terry  with Winston the Impersonating Turtle who gets down as the Bee Gees. Dear […]