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  • Don't be too fearful of the RSV virus

    http://www.kidsdr.com While the flu epidemic is making the most news these days, I'm actually seeing RSV (respiratory synctial virus) causing some serious illness among my patients. After another long day in the office with tons of wheezing and coughing...
  • Ten reasons for Dolphins fans to have optimism

    Ten reasons for Dolphins fans to have optimism
    I'd like to enter a guilty plea. I openly admit I'm a glass half-empty kind of guy. That's just my style, my way of thinking. I prepare for the worst in every instance, and if I get something better than the worst I'll be pleasantly surprised. The...
  • Savage Love: Vacated

    Savage Love: Vacated
    Dear readers: Two excellent writers stepped in to answer the Savage Love Letter of the Day while I was on vacation, and I wanted to share two of their responses in the column this week. (The SLLOTD appears daily — cough, cough — on Slog, The...
  • I just don't get it

    I guess when you grow up in a time when vaccinations were very, very important you just don't understand parents these days that don't get their children vaccinated against diseases that can kill them. The recent Associated Press story about Michigan...
  • Earl Sweatshirt confronts the pressures of hype with 'Doris'

    Earl Sweatshirt confronts the pressures of hype with 'Doris'
    On a recent afternoon Thebe Kgositsile, 19, wandered around his sparse central Hollywood apartment lugging a gallon of orange juice and thinking about the logo to his fledgling music imprint Tan Cressida. A piano melody looped from a computer plugged...
  • It's 'wheezing season' for asthma patients!

    http://www.kidsdr.com Cold season is hanging on, and as parents of children with asthma know, winter colds are often accompanied by wheezing. I've spent a lot of time this winter listening to wheezy chests, lots of coughing, and children who need to...
  • Croup season has arrived

    http://www.kidsdr.com Have you heard the sound of raspy, throaty voices around your house lately? This "noise" is ushering in croup season! Croup is an infection that causes swelling of the larynx (vocal box) and trachea (windpipe) that in turn makes...
  • Ask the Builder turns 20: My 1,000th column

    Ask the Builder turns 20: My 1,000th column
    Call the fire department and notify the EPA! There's going to be lots of smoke when we blow out the 1,000 candles on top of the Ask the Builder cake. This is the 1,000th column I've written for my syndication partners. My editor recommended that I take...
  • Treatment for rib fracture limited, but first rule out other underlying injuries

    DEAR MAYO CLINIC: My husband, 71, slipped on the stairs and now has a painful area on his rib cage. He has fractured a rib before and says there's no way to treat it, so he has not gone to the doctor. Is it true that nothing can be done? Does he need to...
  • Technology is improving prescription eyeglasses

    Technology is improving prescription eyeglasses
    Google Glass has been hogging the spotlight when it comes to eyewear, but get ready to see new technology designed for those stuck with old-fashioned prescription eyeglasses. About 64% of Americans wear glasses to improve vision. Many can't stand them,...
  • Alzheimer's, aluminum link still being studied

     Alzheimer's, aluminum link still being studied
    Q: You are worrying people unnecessarily about aluminum and Alzheimer's disease. This myth was debunked years ago. Why are you still flogging a dead horse? A: The controversy over aluminum exposure and brain toxicity has not disappeared. Recent research...
  • Person with measles visited Indy airport Aug. 22

    Person with measles visited Indy airport Aug. 22
    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — A southern Indiana resident with a confirmed case of measles visited Indianapolis International Airport while infectious, Indiana health officials said Thursday. People who visited the airport on Sunday and develop symptoms...