It's a matter of fact that docs who take cash from drug companies prescribe meds differently. OF COURSE they favor meds from the firms that pay them. OF COURSE they're more willing to use those drugs off-label. OF COURSE they're more likely to prescribe them willy-nilly.
"The next step was to figure out how people are getting exposed to BPA."
That laughable line comes from a recent press release from the Harvard School of Public Health. And, frankly, if I chewed gum I would have choked on it when I read it.
If your liver could talk...well, that would be annoying. But if your liver could speak just once and give you one piece of guidance, it might be this: "You are what you drink."
They're called "trace" elements for a reason: Tiny amounts of the right stuff can boost your health and save your life... while even a drop of the wrong stuff can end it.
Guess what's pretty much pointless, and could even be dangerous?
Question: I don't like talking about it, but I've recently been having trouble urinating. Is there anything I can do?
Anyone surprised by the news that Paula Deen has diabetes hasn't been paying attention.
Have you ever learned to appreciate something but only after it was gone?
Are cherries unapproved drugs?
That might sound like a trick question, unless the question is being asked in a conference room at the FDA.
Ever watch someone with sleep apnea? It's one of the most frightening -- and unforgettable -- things you'll ever see.