Politically Incorrect Medicine June 2014

Works for awhile… then what? Questioning SSRI drugs Prozac, Zoloft, Celexa… common SSRI antidepressants. Now common household names. How did the names of these drugs, current treatments for a once uncommon condition, become so well known? Cocktails, anyone? Overcoming dogma Click here for your Politically Incorrect Medicine June 2014 Dr. Alan Inglis Login Or Subscribe to read more of this […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine November 2013

Healing with electro­magnetic fields (PEMF) Emerging therapy waits for paradigm shift Imagine a non-contact, non-drug, non-surgical treatment for pain and disease with thousands of university level studies behind it. Then ask, why you haven’t heard of it before. Pulsed electromagnetic therapy (PEMF) is accepted by regulating bodies in many countries, with over 2000 randomized controlled trials behind its use. Depression […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine December 2012

Sure thing, statistical crap shoot or total bust? The shaky basis of common medical treatments Do the popular drugs used to treat common medical “problems” such as high cholesterol and osteoporosis work? Not usually. In fact, nearly never. How about blood pressure drugs — not at all, it appears, in the majority of people being treated. How do we know […]

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Politically Incorrect Medicine July 2012

Plants not drugs for Lyme Disease Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) meets modern science Lyme Disease is a scourge. Southwestern Massachusetts, where I practice, may have more Lyme disease — and other tick borne illnesses — than anywhere in the world. Due to my attendance at three medical conferences last month and the wish to include material from those conferences in […]

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