Drug Holidays – what are they and when to consider

A drug holiday is a conscious decision to stop a medication.  The reasons to do so usually revolve around “seeing if I still need it” and side effects. I was interviewed by Sara Klein in Prevention Magazine on this topic. Click here for the story! http://www.prevention.com/health/drug-holiday-facts The path to wellness begins with a proper diagnosis

Ebola in the US – what’s next!?

Last month, the first Ebola patient was brought to the US – a physician infected in Africa and brought back to the US for treatment.  I reviewed Ebola and that case in a earlier post on 8/2/14. That was a controlled transfer, just as the 2 other known cases transported to the US for treatment were. On […]

Ebola Virus – Is truth stranger than fiction?

Earlier today a plane landed in the US carrying a very sick person.  They are being transported to Emory Hospital to be treated for one of the scariest infections that exists – Ebola Virus.  This person contracted the virus in West Africa caring for other victims of the same infection, and is now being brought […]

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