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‘My entire body was shutting down.’ Breast implant recipients say doctors gloss over risks
The ailments listed on Nikki Carruthers’ medical chart read as follows: blackouts, memory loss, fainting, vomiting, thyroid problems, angina, hypertension, heart palpitations, high-blood pressure, mig... read more
Shoestring Living: Be grateful every day
Journal it One of the best ways to make gratitude part of your daily life is to write it down. I strive to do this on my family blog and I encourage ... you’re sure to look at the world around you in ... read more
Toronto’s 30 Best Doctors
And Torontonians are the lucky beneficiaries, with access to fantastically talented doctors—they’re the stars of the medical world and the people who may well save your life. Below, we profile these s... read more
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Just when I thought I had heard every bone-headed historical analogy by antivaccinationists
Sure, implementation will be a big deal, and I’ll probably have something to say about it as news of how it will happen ... Not one school was shut down. No national emergency at all — except for medi... read more
Study: HPV vaccine does not encourage sexual activity
There's been a lot of controversy over the HPV vaccine. Because Gardasil is designed to ... “It’s important we let physicians and parents know that they can put their fears to rest,” says Bednarczyk. ... read more
Music Scene: Actor Ronny Cox is a musician first
Obviously, there have been some moonlighting actors who, frankly, were pretty bad musicians, so I have to live that image down. But it is really ... with his other favorites. “Over the past 20 to 25 y... read more
No, GM Mosquitoes Didn’t Start The Zika Outbreak.
The rising concern over both the number ... (some of which are outlined in my Annual Reviews of Virology paper). To Stedman’s last point: the transposon used by Oxitec is 8.4kb – so almost the same si... read more
There's No Such Thing as Free Health Care
Instead of washing sheets, the staff was encouraged to just turn them over. Obama insists he is not "trying to bring about government-run healthcare." "But government management does the same thing," ... read more
The Medical Revolution
Of course, one experiment gone wrong—even dreadfully wrong—shouldn’t and hasn’t shut down an entire field of inquiry. The long road of medical advances is always littered with bodies. But questions lo... read more
Chris beat cancer? He did indeed, but it wasn't quackery that cured him
In the case of Suzanne Somers' breast cancer, she underwent excision of her primary tumor, biopsy of her axillary lymph nodes, and adjuvant radiation therapy (although she now says that if she had to ... read more
Did the founder of the antivax movement fake autism-vaccine link?
The UK-based Sunday Times has a potential bombshell on their site; they claim Dr. Andrew Wakefield, who started the whole "vaccines cause autism" garbage, faked his data to make that claim. About 10 y... read more
Is This Where Libertarians and the Gay Community Part Ways?
As such, libertarians have consistently been supporting the rights of religious businesses and individuals to say "No thanks" to potential ... and try to extract fines from them or shut them down over ... read more