Politically Incorrect Medicine February 2014

Mostly maybe… Failure to comprehend simple medical probabilities “There is an epidemic failure in the game to understand what is really happening…thinking is medieval, they’re asking all the wrong questions.” — Peter Brand (Jonah Hill)Moneyball (the movie) The quotation is about baseball. It applies to primary care medical practice. Focused repair for autoimmune disease How to fix a “leaky gut” […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine October 2012

Pin the tail on the donkey Waste and deception in medicine It’s worth repeating until it’s fixed: the enormity of the futile, wasteful care in our healthcare system is simply mind boggling, and poorly understood,it would seem, by many doctors and patients alike. Alan Inglis MD Subscribe to read more of this important information. It’s your heart, know the facts […]

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THE ASPIRIN CONUNDRUM: SHOULD YOU OR SHOULDN’T YOU?

Does a Daily Aspirin Protect You Against Heart Disease? Should you take aspirin to protect yourself against heart disease?  The evidence has never been overwhelming.  Aspirin prevents only one heart attack a year for every 1000 people who take it . . . and causes a similar number of  major stomach bleeds. This slim benefit applies only to people who don’t already have […]

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