Cartoons, already? Not a good sign for the new cholesterol and obesity treatment guidelines!
Supplements aren’t regulated by the FDA, which means the manufacturers are essentially on the honor system. But most folks don’t give this much thought when they’re scanning the shelves at the corner drug store. By and large, most people DO trust their local drug store and assume products sold there are “legit”. But a new [...]
It’s said that necessity is the mother of invention but in this case it’s arguably love. After losing his uncle to pancreatic cancer, Jack Andraka shows us just how tenacious, inspiring, and brilliant he is. This IS a feel-good video.
I hear lots of complaints lately from folks who just feel…stale. A long hot summer, or the long gray winter, or the (you name it) has drained their energy. Their get-up-and-go has got up and went.
Food for thought: If the November Project showed up in your city, would it help or hurt your wellness business?
Both doctors and patients can benefit from knowing the RIGHT time to use antibiotics. For instance, they don’t kill viruses and don’t discriminate “good” bacteria from “bad”.
This do-it-yourself test requires only a PC and headphones (for the most accurate results). And it’s nice to be able to do this without anyone else around, right?
My latest additions to the nightstand. As usual, we’ve included Amazon links (makes it easy to read more about the books and see the reviews). If you decide to buy, these links will send a few pennies (literally!) our way, but frankly I hardly ever buy paper or digital books unless they’re truly memorable. I [...]
Oops, many common medical procedures are duds.
Unlike copyrighted materials, “copyleft” medical books and resources from WikiDoc are free to use and the result of the ongoing collaboration of healthcare professionals all over the world. Just like Wikipedia, this open platform is editable and designed to make it easier for medical professionals to share what they’ve learned as well as use it [...]
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