The medical community seems divided about the appropriateness of flu vaccines. The Wall Street Journal has suggested that there hasn't been nearly as much flu as there has been advertising about the flu. Sidney Wolfe, MD, Public Citizen consumer advocate, believes that drug companies are inflaming ... Read More ›
February 9, 2016
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The word tinnitus (pronounced ti-NIGHT-us or TIN-i-tus) comes from Latin and means "to tinkle or to ring like a bell." It's the medical term for the perception of sound when no external sound is present. In other words it's a hearing a ringing or roaring noise in your ear when it's not actually ... Read More ›
May 9, 2022
More than three-fourths of Americans suffer from everyday memory lapses, decreased alertness, and forgetfulness. It can begin as early as age 30! You don't have to be old to suffer from a decline in brain function, but the loss of mental sharpness deepens with aging. Besides memory impairment, we ... Read More ›
February 9, 2016
Origin of the Term "Quack" In northern Europe, the term for mercury was "quaksilber" — a forerunner of our English term "quicksilver." A dentist who used mercury was called a "quaksilber placer" or "quak" for short. Hence, the original use of the word "quack" was taken from dentists who used ... Read More ›
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