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January 01, 1990 - November 15, 2012 + Second Opinion
The human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine has been extremely heavily promoted, but is it indicated?
It is in our best interest if doctors take medicine to give them super-human abilities?
In our mess of a healthcare system, there are some shining examples of a community pulling together for a person...
Perhaps no topic is more actively avoided in discussions between doctors and older people than sexual health...
Is depression a natural and necessary stage we pass through at the end of life or is it a medical condition that needs treatment?
Why is that we have such a tough time letting go when a person has a terminal illness?
Why are American rates of breast feeding so low?
We all engage in denial to some extent, but can denial cause medical problems?
Reading a hospital bill is like trying to understand a foreign language but look carefully because more likely than not there will be errors...
Several letters suggested there were other ways to ration healthcare and many suggested rationing was, well, anti-American.
Is it possible that in the US we ration healthcare?
While doctors can do a lot better with regard to talking to people with cancer about end-of-life issues, they are still in the dark ages...
There are several explanations for why new medicine appear to work better than older medicines...
There are several pain relievers that contain propoxyphene, a substance that is dangerous and ineffective. Why are these still on the market?
While fluorescent bulbs use a fraction of the energy required for traditional light bulbs, they pose a potential danger if broken and an even greater...