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A quotation at the right moment is like bread in a famine. -Talmud TeamDS writes one affirmation every weekday, and we have ... Read More »
Marijuana is in the national news again as states continue to define new laws regarding it’s medical and recreational use. Nationally, marijuana is undergoing a gradual decriminalization--it’s ... Read More »
There are thousands of herbal remedies available online for every possible health condition. But how can you tell which ones will work, and which won’t? There’s no absolute answer, but many ... Read More »
Your pills may not be real. In fact, your doctor may have given you harmless sugar pills, or placebos, and told you they were real. And the miracle is, they may be working! In a study of 466 ... Read More »
Last week the FDA announced it was reviewing the cancer risk associated with a group of high blood pressure medications called ARBs or Angiotensin receptor blockers. Here is how it all started: ... Read More »
Recycling Medical Waste: Turning Trash Green Struggling hospitals and clinics are trying to cut costs by reducing and in some cases reusing medical waste. For the past two decades ... Read More »
1. Adult vaccinations: The resurgence of whooping cough (pertussis) in California is a potent reminder that adults need immunization as well. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) recommends that ... Read More »
As a female primary care doctor I read, with interest, results presented at a conference of the World Organization of Family Doctors. The results are important for several reasons. Patients feel more ... Read More »
Aranesp, the longer acting form of Epogen, stimulates red cell production. The Half-life elimination for the subcutaneous injections in an Adult (with normal kidney function) is 70 hours with a range ... Read More »

1) Demerol: I'll never forget a lecture I attended as a resident by a well known toxicologist who said Demerol should be pulled from the market...that it doesn't work any better than any ... Read More »


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