Find the life, flow, peace, and joy that were meant for us . . . and in the process win cash, a laptop and an iPad 2!

Okay, follow me here . . . you are laying on the couch talking with the famed psychiatrist Sigmund Freud. It is your very first session and you have touched on everything from your Oedipus Complex and your dreams of dressing up like a chicken and clucking around at the office party. As the clock … Continue reading

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The “you just proved that bench advertising works” axiom doesn’t when it comes to cigarette package warning labels

Nothing like pictures of rotting teeth or blackened lungs to put a damper on a sunny day.  Let alone the fact that such images, even though scientifically and medically proven to be true, is a violation of free speech!  At least this is what five of the six major tobacco companies are claiming as they … Continue reading

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Looking past 2010, there are some amazing medical breakthroughs on the near horizon in 2011

Ending our 2010 Season on the PI Window with health care expert and author Jeff Knott was to say the least both interesting and thought-provoking.  (Note: Here is the link to the “The Picture of Health in 2010” segment which originally aired on December 30th.) Taking a reflective stroll through the many topics we covered … Continue reading

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Being Fined for Illegal Acts All A Part of Doing Business in the Pharmaceutical Industry

No sooner does the news break that pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline deliberately withheld critical data which revealed that their diabetes drug Avandia significantly increased the risk of heart attacks amongst its largest users – senior citizens, today we received word that the company is paying $750 million to settle criminal and civil complaints linked to the … Continue reading

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Topiramate: A Jack Of All Trade Drug, But Effective Treatment For None?

As you already know, there is no shortage of newsworthy information that crosses my virtual (and even physical) desk on a daily basis.  When combined with my undeniably insatiable curiosity, this usually means that I could spend 25 hours a day and 8 days per week writing, or on the radio talking with a notable … Continue reading

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