Monthly Archives: June 2012

Gee that pill makes you look so slim!

The FDA has approved the first drug in 13 years to treated obesity. Belviq (locaserin hydrochloride) has been approved to be used in conjunction with diet and exercise to treat adults with a body mass index (BMI) of 30 or … Continue reading

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Java, Redux

I seem to be blogging a lot these days about the benefits of coffee on one’s health. Just published are findings suggesting the benefits of moderate coffee consumption. According to the June 26th, 2012 American Heart Association Journal of Circulation: … Continue reading

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To Z or Not to Z, That is the Question…….

There has been some controversy regarding the antibiotic azithromycin (Zithromax) in the news lately and the risk for sudden cardiac death. Azithromycin, an antibiotic prescribed for a number of infections including sinusitis, bronchitis, has been on the market for many … Continue reading

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Testing, 1,2,3

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Java-Revisited

Since my last post, another study has been published noting the positive effects of drinking coffee on one’s health. This study is from the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, June 5th 2012 issue. In this case-control study, 124 older adults ages … Continue reading

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