It seems the medical community is having a meltdown. Not a day goes by without some disclosure on the latest information about what you should omit or include in your health profile. The latest AARP Bulletin cover story screams headlines about what 10 tests to avoid. I can’t go over all of them due to lack of space, but here are a few that most of you are aware of.
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I wrote a few paragraphs of this column between school drop-off and an appointment. I sent a bunch of emails between making dinner and taekwondo. Bedtime reading with the kids, then more writing at 1 a.m., after a few hours of sleep. Then back up at...
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Today, the AP wire had a story about Solomon Northup and the apparently-fictional 12 Years a Slave, a story which is finally coming close to admission that maybe declaring the book to be non-fiction was premature. AP’s story was called...
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