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The Doctor Game

<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Women are not just men with boobs and tubes

The Doctor Game: Women are not just men with boobs and tubes

This week Dr. Gifford-Jones discusses Dr. Karen Jensen's new book 'Women's Health Matters'
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> I've emerged from the hearing loss closet!

The Doctor Game: I've emerged from the hearing loss closet!

No one should remain in the closet when help is as close as your local audiologist
<b>The Doctor Game: </b>Ten vital facts to know about 'baby Asprin'

The Doctor Game: Ten vital facts to know about 'baby Asprin'

Information needed to make informed decisions about preventing several life-threatening diseases
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> I wish he had taught me at Harvard Medical School

The Doctor Game: I wish he had taught me at Harvard Medical School

Dr. Gifford Jones sits down and chats with Dr. Andrew Saul, known as the megavitamin man, to find out how we can live longer, healthier lives
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> RX for living a long life

The Doctor Game: RX for living a long life

This week, Dr. Gifford Jones shares his ten golden rules for a long and healthy life
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> How safe are cell phones?

The Doctor Game: How safe are cell phones?

This week, Dr. Gifford Jones explores the myths and hard data on the dangers of cell phones
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Has the Texas disaster taught us a lesson?

The Doctor Game: Has the Texas disaster taught us a lesson?

Readers respond to Dr. Gifford Jones column on the consequences of adding 70 million people a year to the planet
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Is increasing dosages of cholesterol-lowering drugs prudent?

The Doctor Game: Is increasing dosages of cholesterol-lowering drugs prudent?

The fact is that CLDs, regardless of the dose, are linked to several medical complications while their benefits are minimal. This is why I’ve written for years that the use of CLDs is questionable, says Gifford-Jones
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Is it nuclear war, viral epidemic or azoospermia?

The Doctor Game: Is it nuclear war, viral epidemic or azoospermia?

Is It Nuclear War, Viral Epidemic or Azoospermia? It’s been said that “Those who do not remember history are destined to relive it”.
<b>The Doctor Game:</b> Puritanical lies about alcohol

The Doctor Game: Puritanical lies about alcohol

There is strong evidence that alcohol protects against heart disease. Studies show that it increases the good cholesterol HDL. Possibly more important, it dilates arteries and makes blood platelets less likely to clot, decreasing the risk of a fatal heart attack