January 2006 - Health Sciences Institute - Official Site

Alternatives to acetaminophen

Vice President Cheney recently visited the hospital when he experienced shortness of breath. This was apparently a minor crisis, but it demonstrates the dilemma of treating pain with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

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The dilemma of treating pain

Vice President Cheney recently visited the hospital when he experienced shortness of breath. This was apparently a minor crisis, but it demonstrates the dilemma of treating pain with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

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Unintentional acetaminophen overdoses

Vice President Cheney recently visited the hospital when he experienced shortness of breath. This was apparently a minor crisis, but it demonstrates the dilemma of treating pain with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs).

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Delicate topics: Kids say the darndest things

“I feel betrayed. But it’s my own fault.” That comment comes from a colleague of mine named Lou who sent me an e-mail with some enlightening (and frightening) information about foods that contain soy.

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Frightening information about foods that contain soy

“I feel betrayed. But it’s my own fault.” That comment comes from a colleague of mine named Lou who sent me an e-mail with some enlightening (and frightening) information about foods that contain soy.

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Challenge the regulation of dietary supplements

If you were trying to sell a car, how would you feel if a government regulation unfairly blocked you from advertising the attractive selling points of the car? You might feel angry, but what could you do?

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Completely unnecessary medical and nutritional research

I’ve read some recent commentary questioning the usefulness of medical and nutritional research that might qualify as (to put it politely) completely unnecessary.

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