Check out the latest Doc Gurley review of research (unintended) hilarity by reading the SFGate article – Are You Moron-o-pausal? That’s right – researchers have discovered that women do, in fact, experience a brief spell of dumber and dumberer
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whist going through The Change. Buy why? That’s the question Doc [...]
You have to give credit where credit is due – a recent analysis of studies looking at the benefits of aspirin therapy for people without a prior history of a heart attack managed to reduce the decision to a pretty simple bottom line: name your poison – a heart attack or puking up blood? We [...]
Alcohol use in teens has gotten more press recently because of the tragedy of a 16 year old sports star who died of presumed alcohol overdose after being found collapsed in the hallway at an unsupervised party. For 6 Practical, Advanced Alcohol Ed Tips for Teens, check out the Doc Gurley SFGate article on that [...]
Perhaps you too have noticed the news coverage about the 16-year-old sports star from a wealthy California community who died this weekend due to presumed alcohol overdose – he was found in a hallway of an unsupervised home where lots of kids were partying.
The unanimous news coverage ends with the plea for “parents to [...]
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A recent pair of studies (one in humans, one in mice) has found that there is a possible predictor of what will happen with a breast cancer tumor and in turn suggests some new avenues for treatment. It’s early days yet, but the research results are very interesting.
Two seperate studies [...]
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Despite the drop in interest in the Swine Flu (H1N1) in the media as fears of it all turning into a pandemic fade, the disease continues to rumble along and is by no means gone from our lives.
The most interesting piece of news is that tests by the [...]