Grace in Departure
Our July 2016 newsletter pointed out that we are living through a dangerous time for our human family. Our psychological selves must evolve and quickly to prevent environmental catastrophe.
Important Changes in Cancer Screening for Women
This month's newsletter, titled "Big Brain Cooking", tells how in our evolutionary past we gave up some of our digestive ability to support our unusually large brain.
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Newsletter: Check-In Instead of Check-Up
We get mail in response to our "Just-Right Medicine" newsletter. (Not too much, not too little.)
Our Check-List for the Elderly is followed-up in the media
Could this be the wooden stake for routine PSA screening in healthy men? If so, you'll enjoy the same level of health at much less cost.
Health is not something that happens to us or escapes us. Much of the health we enjoy results from what we learn as the days go by.
Excess weight has as effect on the brain similar to methamphetamine. Both are habits equally hard to break.
The way we evaluate and treat emotional distress probably increases our toll of suffering.
If you still think all your decisions are rational, think again.
The end of life: expensive, distressing, often painful. How do doctors themselves deal with it?
For some people, nursing homes remain a great bug-a-boo. That's because for many years, for many people, there were few choices. Now there are.
Sell methamphetamine without breaking the law. Welcome to the ambiguous world of modern pharmacology.
Faith has no place in the use of antibiotics (or any other medical procedure). Antibiotics have the power to kill rogue bacteria that are trying to kill us. Antibiotics also have the power to kill us--either through side-effects or through unintended damage to our microbiological ecosystem. Our primary care medical system needs to use antibiotics much less often and with more attention to the correct matching of antibiotic type and dose to the clinical situation.