There’s a soap opera playing out right now in a filthy slaughterhouse in Northern California, and every man, woman and child in America needs to tune in fast.
Stop the presses! This is NOT a “major Alzheimer’s breakthrough.” I think it’s a stretch to even call it “promising.” In fact, I’s say it’s wishful thinking. At BEST.
I don’t know about you, but my grocery bill is rising so fast that sometimes I wonder just how many people I’m feeding.
I’m what you’d call a conspiracy realist.
Maybe you’ve seen the commercial. Different kinds of weeds pop out in the home improvement store during the night and somehow manage to cart off bottles of DuraZone weed killer to hide them.
That prescription for the diabetes drug Actos you’re about to fill is liable to cost you a heck of a lot more than just your copay. But the “bill” might not arrive for a couple of years.
The FDA has finally restricted the amount of acetaminophen that can be used in Rx drugs – but amazingly, not in OTC varieties.
Every U.S. veteran who returns from war in need of medical attention should get the finest treatment available and should get it immediately.
If it takes you a little longer to calculate the dinner tip these days, or if the occasional name stuck on the tip of your tongue never quite rolls off, don’t stress it too much.
Recently, FDA officials warned that people who have never had a heart attack shouldn’t take a daily low dose of aspirin to prevent heart attack.