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Osteoporosis Meds CAUSE Bone Problems

A few of my clients told me about a Tampa Tribune article in the 4YOU insert about a consumer who broke a leg and five weeks later suffered a fracture on her left femur. Her doctors concluded this was due to the drug Reclast, a prescribed treatment for Osteoporosis or Osteopenia. I told my clients of the...

Depression Test makes me Depressed

Since the inception of Obamacare, promises of healthcare at a lower cost appear to be fueling governments’ medical watchdogs looking for more ways to creep into our personal lives. Now, the call for depression tests is on the horizon for women during and after pregnancy; no telling how they’ll use...

YouTube Video on Breast Cancer Prevention

The idea of women’s breasts has been fundamentally changed since the 1930’s.  The idea of breast feeding/nursing babies, although making a slight comeback, has become secondary to an erotic cultural symbol.  At the same time, the incidence of breast cancer continues to increase and many women...

Breast Cancer PREVENTION

As October approaches we are bombarded with “Pink Campaigns” about awareness that do little to promote prevention; consider who benefits most from the campaigns. The NFL, car dealerships and food companies wear pink and nothing is said of preventing women from getting cancers. It would save more lives...

Steven F. Hotze, MD – Book Signing in Tampa

My dear friend and colleague,  Steven F. Hotze, MD will be in Tampa on Wednesday, October 23, 2013 to sign and give away his latest blockbuster book entitled “Hypothyroidism, Health and Happiness. This is your one and only opportunity to meet Dr. Hotze and ask him questions about the workings of...

More Drugs, More Dis-Ease

It is now reported that more than 60 million Americans have hypertension/high blood pressure (HBP).  Since HBP is considered a major risk factor for heart attack or stroke, the medical community’s first response is medicating patients. Fear causes most people to accept the medications; however,...

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