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Take charge, take the test for HIV

Did you know that 1 in 7 of the more than 1.1 million Americans living with Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) don’t know they have it? Getting medical care, support, and maintaining safe behaviors can help improve the health and lives of people living with HIV. Medicare can help. Medicare covers HIV screenings for people with […]

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California Reinvents Medical Tourism

Until very recently medical tourism was traveling from your home to find less expensive medical care, usually overseas. Medical tourists were leaving the warm embrace of the American Medical Association and the FDA to journey far from home. There were three motivations: Elective plastic surgery not covered by insurance, wanting to try an experimental procedure […]

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“Chronic Lyme” VIP Daniel Cameron disciplined by New York medical authorities

The medical practice of “Lyme literate” guru Daniel Cameron, MD, will be closely supervised by the authorities during a three-year probation imposed last week by the New York State Board for Professional Medical Conduct (BPMC). The order was based on professional misconduct charges filed against Cameron earlier this year. Cameron agreed to the imposition of […]

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Coconut Oil Warning

Coconut oil is currently enjoying its 15 minutes of fame as the popular natural cure of the day. As is typical, this is based entirely on marketing, and not on science. As a result the public is largely misinformed about the net health effects of consuming coconut oil. The American Heart Association recently put out […]

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Fun with Spanish Flu Myths

In the SBM comments section, someone recently posted this gem: That “Spanish flu” pandemic was actually caused by a typhus vaccine. They called it Spanish flu so the vaccine didn’t get blamed. Other commenters quickly pointed out that time travel is not possible. The Spanish flu pandemic started in 1918 and the typhus vaccine wasn’t […]

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The Ethics of Involuntary Pediatric Drug Testing

Rather than simply peppering medical learners with questions about the pathophysiology or management of a particular condition, although that does have a place in certain situations, I will often make use of “teaching cases” as a means of simply starting a dialogue. In my opinion, the aspects of patient care that surround the diagnosis and […]

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