Losing weight isn’t always easy.
But if you’re an older man who is struggling to shed pounds, I have some good news for you. You might be surprised to hear that it comes straight from the mainstream press.
Want a shock? Go get tested for heavy metals. Your jaw will drop when you see the results.
I know, because I see the reactions in my own clinic every single day.
If you were to make a list of “male worries,” baldness would come in at a solid number two – right after sex problems.
I don’t know what’s worse: Gout, or the drugs prescribed to treat this painful condition.
If you thought packaged food was bad, you should see what's in the packaging itself.
How good is your doctor at math?
I know it seems like a strange question. But the answer could be more important than you might ever imagine. It turns out that your doctor's less than stellar math skills are likely to lead you to be subjected to unnecessary...and potentially harmful...cancer tests.
Run for your lives! The multis are coming!
That can only mean one thing, of course -- it's time for another comically feeble "exposé" of the imagined dangers, drawbacks, and pointlessness of multivitamins.
Let's face it: There's nothing "diet" about diet soda. It won't make you healthier and it won't even help you to lose weight -- and that's been proven.
You're the maker of a blockbuster painkiller. Sales are soaring ($2.5 billion in 2011); you're on top of the world.
Never mind that your painkiller could increase the risk of life threatening heart problems, including heart attack and stroke--and that the risk becomes greater if you use it long term.
Question: What's your stance on bottled water? Some people tell me I shouldn't drink it because the plastic bottles are poisonous. Others tell me I should steer clear of tap water because of fluoride and chlorine. What should I do?