I read a recent news story that said there are actually five different types of diabetes – not just two. I have diabetes. What does this mean for...
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For a decade, I've taken opioids to deal with pain from a genetic disorder. My new doctor refuses to prescribe me the same dose of opioids to keep...
Between 10 and 20 per cent of patients will experience cognitive impairment at the time they are discharged from hospital after surgery.
My father was in the advanced stages of prostate cancer and wanted a medically-assisted death and die in his own home. Why was he denied his request?
I’ve heard the world’s biggest drug company has stopped searching for a cure for Alzheimer’s disease. Are there any non-drug treatments in the...
Although social media poses a potential risk to some vulnerable individuals, it also holds the promise of readily available antidotes.
My father is going deaf, but he refuses to wear a hearing aid. Is there any way to make him come to his senses?
Older adult or senior: Which term do you prefer?
Hiccups may be extremely common, but that doesn’t mean doctors have figured out what actually causes them.
Several of my friends take Aspirin daily to guard against heart disease. Is there any reason not to take Aspirin?