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Question: My teeth are so sensitive, I can barely eat. But my dentist says there aren't any problems with my gums or roots, and I don't have any cavities. What could be causing this?
The most dangerous chemicals in your house aren't in your garage or basement -- they're flowing freely right from your kitchen sink.
I'll admit it. I like a good old-fashioned Sci-Fi flick as much as the next guy and one of my all-time favorites is the 1957 classic "The Incredible Shrinking Man."
Recently, I cued up a video to watch online and was given the choice of watching one long commercial at the beginning, or watching several short commercials interspersed throughout.
It was the equivalent of David taking down Goliath: Earlier this year, compounding pharmacists stood up to a drug company -- and won big.
But in this version of the tale, Goliath doesn't lie down and die. He gets back up -- and now, he's really ticked off.
One frightening morning in 1991, Dr. Wright's Tahoma Clinic was violently raided. Two-dozen heavily armed thugs blew past the patient peacefully waiting in her wheelchair and kicked down the door.
Question: Try as I might, I just can't stay away from sugary snacks. I feel like I'm addicted to carbs, which isn't helping my diet plan! What can I do?
Next time you get on a scale, your boss could be peeking over your shoulder -- and if he doesn't like what he sees, he's going to tack an extra fee onto your health insurance premium.
By now you're probably well aware of how I feel about acid-suppressing drugs. I suppose it would be hard not to be.
I never trusted food in cans. Not sure why. Maybe it was the smell, the shape, or that it just seemed fake to me.