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Let’s Keep From Creating Super Bugs

                There is a particularly troubling article in the Los Angeles Times reporting the emergence of a genetic mutation that makes a common bacterium resistant to the most powerful antibiotic. The bacteria named Escherichia Coli (usually referred to as E. Coli) […]


Stop, Think, Then Act.

In my late forties, I took up scuba diving. I’d always wanted to experience the sensation of being nearly weightless underwater, gliding along, breathing naturally, and observing marine life up close. I’m sure I’ve forgotten much of what the then-young instructor had told us about how to defog […]


Keeping Alive: The Vital Keys of Chronic Disease

In medical schools, you might think that the major study emphasis is on disease—not so. The emphasis is on how to diagnose and treat disease which is the correct pathway because medicine’s job is to diagnose and treat disease. Those who want to study disease become pathologists. Dis-eases […]