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Medical Terminology Decoded is Now on

October 6, 2012

“Medical Terminology Decoded” is the first edition designed for anyone wanting a better understanding of medical words that are used everywhere in the healthcare industry. I wrote this edition specifically for the medical terminology course that I teach at the university level. My main concern was that I wanted to make it as easy enough for the reader who had no background in science, but still be interesting enough for those who already have some scientific background.


I am hoping that schools, colleges, and other medical establishments throughout the world will find some benefit with this book. There is no question that medical terminology can be very complex, but this book can help you step-by-step to understand with a simplistic approach.


On many of the pages you will be required to write in the answer to a particular question or statement. Chapter 1 is very important because it introduces the concept of prefixes, suffixes, and root words that are the basis for medical language to be understood. The preceding chapters introduce topics related to the human body and are follow with examples of medical terms related to that specific topic.


Chapter 9 will take you through 500 questions or statements related to medical terminology. If you do decide to enter the health field, I hope that this book serves as a springboard to a new and exciting career. I have been fortunate to have been taught by excellent professors and challenged by students in my classroom. I hope that this book can foster an enthusiasm for learning medical words as it has for my own students.


I am grateful to all my friends, colleagues, students, my father, my mother, my son and entire family for their unwavering support, patience, and belief in me.


Pass it on,


Dr. Anthony Bendik


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Your Number One Fan Is You

June 6, 2012

Your number one fan is yourself.  When it comes to motivation, you need to find the right atmosphere to keep your spirits up.  Your determination requires your utmost attention.  Many of us fall victim to the criticisms of close friends and family.  The general public doesn’t understand your potential and are more likely not to back you up in realizing your dreams.  So many of us are so close to fulfilling our goals but we give up too soon and fall prey to the negativism that surrounds us.  So how do we protect ourselves from this and guarantee that we succeed in establishing our worth in our jobs, in our family, to our friends, in our schools, or in anything we apply ourselves to.

All too often many of us believe we do not deserve to be successful, Are we afraid that we will not succeed? Are we are afraid that we may not be able to maintain that level of success for very long?  What you need  is a formula that works for you, that is unique and delivers results every time.  For each and every one of us that success formula comes from experience and perseverance.  You need to say to yourself that this time you will follow through and complete your task.  No matter what people tell you or what your closest friends tell you, these people don’t realize that they are holding you back.  So we cannot waste time trying to convince people around us that this is what we want and we feel we can succeed at it.  Some times it is best to to keep these goals of life to yourself.

Yes it is very tempting to share our ideas with people around us but you have to realize not everyone wants exactly the same things.Unless of course you you’re working within a team focused on one goal, this usually occurs at the company level.  But what I’m talking about here are personal goals and normally these goals don’t include any one else but yourself.  How hungry are you?  How sick and tired are you seeing everyone else around you get ahead?  Are you happy where you’re at?

 So many times I have seen people appeared to be happy and after talking to them for a few minutes I realized they are missing something.  And that something is passion for what they are doing, passion for living, passion for the next sunrise, passion for experimenting with new things.  There is no excitement in their words and there seems to be a sadness lurking right behind them.  It doesn’t have to be that way and you can change all this, you simply have to say to yourself I want to change and you do it step-by-step.  Change doesn’t happen overnight, it occurs with little baby steps and the results trickle in as raindrops.  I myself have found plenty of motivational literature in the search engines Google, Yahoo, Bing, AltaVista, Excite, AOL, Lycos, MSN,Cuil, Ask,Dogpile, Icerocket,Alibaba, and Galaxy.  So what are you waiting for?  Today’s the day for change and you will not take no for an answer any more.  I have included below a list of motivation literature for your review.  I like to hear from all of you and get your ideas on ways to motivate yourself and others.  Remember you are in the driver’s seat and no longer will you be satisfied simply being a passenger along for the ride.

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Dr. Anthony

Get Off Your “But”: How to End Self-Sabotage and Stand Up for Yourself

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Thinking of getting Married?

June 3, 2012

Thinking of getting married?  Have you really thought about it?  Many of us love the idea of getting married but all too often didn’t take time to answer some very important questions.  What makes the two of you so special other than the fact that you are both madly in love with each other? Are the two of you willing to face adversity together?  Marriage is a journey with many ups and downs, it has many highs and low points in life that determines the strength and commitment of a couple.  If just one person in that relationship isn’t strong enough to weather the storm during the hard times, then perhaps there is a risk it could ultimately fail.

Your financial situation is a very important factor in the longevity of the marriage but it is not the only factor that leads to a successful union.  Is your partner a hard-working individual?  Is she or he mature enough to find solutions that may arise from problems?  Is your partner your best friend?  There are many questions to be asked and answered before one takes that big step in sharing life with another.  Committing to share your life together will probably be the most important decision in your life, and to be successful at it you will need to be prepared and 100% confident that your partner will be there no matter what happens.

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Dr. Anthony

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1001 Questions to Ask Before You Get Married

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The Hard Questions: 100 Questions to Ask Before You Say “I Do”

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Two Wonderful books for Mothers to Be

May 28, 2012

Okay it’s official and you’re having a baby! All kinds of things are running through your mind, you need a bigger place and tons of other things that need to be done before the arrival of the baby. You don’t know what to do first and you’re frustrated because he can’t think straight and you begin to have a panic attack. The most important being right now is your health and we can be confident that if you eat properly and I mean healthy meals, you’ll be able to have the energy to do all the things before the arrival of your baby and all the preparations that need to be done before.
There are two wonderful books you should consider reading. First is the title” Eating for Pregnancy: The Essential Nutrition Guide and Cookbook for Today’s Mothers-to-Be”. The two authors, one being a trained chef and the other a registered dietitian have collaborated together to put out an excellent book for mothers to be. The book is filled with recipes, suggestions, advice and information for every woman planning childbirth.Eating for Pregnancy

Second book is called “Feed the Belly: The Pregnant Mom’s Healthy Eating Guide”.  The author of this book is also a registered dietitian and addresses topics as the munchies or cravings, sex while pregnant, what to expect the next nine months, and plenty of interest being recipes to include in your diet.
I hope this short review has been of some help and if you would like to leave a comment please do so, I am always happy to hear from my readers.Feed the Belly

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Dr. Anthony

Eating for Pregnancy: The Essential Nutrition Guide and Cookbook for Today’s Mothers-to-Be

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The Sexual Harassment Handbook at a Great Deal

May 27, 2012

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Students Complete Medical Tourism Course

December 29, 2010


Congratulations to the  students completing the Medical Tourism Course offered by DHU.

Dr Anthony taught and developed the curriculum. The Medical Tourism Course gave a better

understanding about global medical tourism and what to expect from this industry in the near future. Many countries

are now offering medical procedures at substantial savings to the customer/patient.  Many medical procedures not being properly covered by private insurance are now being offered by countries like Korea, Thailand, India, Philippines, etc to meet increase demands from prospective clients.



Dr Anthony