Zero Mella MD Releases First E-book about Filipino Medical Myths

Book Cover for Filipino Medical Myths

Now available via Lulu Publishing! For only $ 3.99
Learn about bizarre Filipino Medical Myths and the science to debunk it

Olongapo City, Philippines – Dr. Zero Mella debuts in writing with his first literary piece, Filipino Medical Myths You Should Know: A Legacy of Wrong Medical Advices. This eBook features 11 chapters of entertaining medical nuisances that Filipino Doctors hear almost everyday. He attempts to explain the theories behind the myth and declares the sound scientific evidence that disputes it.

Filipino Myth 1: Coca-Cola can cause Urinary Tract Infection

This is one of the most common medical myth today. Brought about by scares that Coke is bad for your health, Filipinos tend to not only avoid the drink but others as well.Find out why this myth is absurd by medical standards.

Filipino Myth 2: You’ll get appendicitis when you jump after eating

He calls them non-surgeons, physicians who try to explain events leading to appendicitis after jumping with a full stomach. Surgeons know better, find out why!

Filipino Myth 3: The Great Pasma Myth

Ever wondered what is PASMA? With various modern definitions for it, some people have lost the true meaning of the word. But is it real. Dr. Mella says NO!

Find out more with this book from Lulu Publishing and the Mella eBook company!

*The book is available in the popular ePub format which
 can be read in various PC and smartphone readers.
* ISBN 978-1-105-60708-0

Support independent publishing: Buy this e-book on Lulu.

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3 thoughts on “Zero Mella MD Releases First E-book about Filipino Medical Myths

  1. Appendicitis has been labeled as a very difficult to diagnose internal disorder. The symptoms of appendicitis are often vague and unspecific, thus rendering the process of diagnosis very difficult. Appendicitis rarely generates outwardly visible clinical manifestations and doctors often require additional tests in the process of diagnosing the disorder. In order to confirm the presumptive diagnoses of appendicitis, doctors rely on blood analysis, computerized tomography, magnetic resonance imaging and ultrasound tests. However, even modern medical procedures have a certain degree of imprecision and doctors are faced with a real challenge when it comes to diagnosing unspecific cases of appendicitis.`

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