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Medications

This week: the one and only vice-presidential debate is behind us (only 31 days left, people, just hang on.) Those of us in southeastern U.S. are bracing for hurricane Matthew, and...

Chances are, in the last week you've come across various iterations of this headline "hormonal contraceptives linked to depression". These are all stemming from a recently published study in JAMA...

Whether we're experiencing symptoms or just need a "checkup", we all want to feel satisfied with our doctor appointments. It's not unusual for appointments with primary care docs to be scheduled at 15-minute...

No, this is not an article about Trump or Clinton. There are enough of those bombarding us these days. It's about influence and trust, and the role of big corporations, industry-sponsored associations, and...

Yesterday, I shared the potential risks of chronic NSAID use (drugs like ibuprofen aka Advil / Motrin, naproxen aka Aleve, meloxicam aka Mobic, celecoxib aka Celebrex, and many others). Today, I'm...

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