Bioidentical Hormones According to the LA Times by Jeffrey Dach MD An article on Bioidentical Hormones appeared in the Los Angeles Times written by “The Healthy Skeptic”.(1) The author was a medical journalist with a master’s degree in biology. Sadly, … Continue reading →
Tylenol Acetaminophen Liver Toxicity by Jeffrey Dach MD Rebecca is a 46 year old CEO of a large manufacturing company and arrives in my office with a chief complaint of low back pain for which she takes Extra Strength Tylenol … Continue reading →
Adverse Effects of Flouroquinolone Antibiotics by Jeffrey Dach MD Beatrice Golomb raised a warning flag for commonly used antibiotics such as Ciprofloxin and Levoquin, also known as Flouroquinolones, citing adverse effects which include Achilles Tendon rupture (left image) Her recent … Continue reading →
Attention Deficit Disorder Exposed as Drug Marketing Ploy Jeffrey Dach MD A Patient on ADD ADHD Drugs and Anovulation: Case Study This article is part one. for Part Two Click Here. Nancy is recently married at the age of 24 … Continue reading →
New Statin Guidelines, Not Everyone is Enthusiastic by Jeffrey Dach MD On Tuesday, The American Heart Association and the American College of Cardiology changed the guidelines giving even more people statin drugs. The new Guidelines increases the number of healthy … Continue reading →
Bad News for the NuvaRing by Jeffrey Dach MD Lately, we have seen a growing number of young women using the NuvaRing, reporting anxiety, depression, insomnia, headache, and other symptoms. The NuvaRing is a contraceptive device containing synthetic hormones, a … Continue reading →
Protect Your Family from Bad Drugs by Jeffrey Dach MD Over the last 30 years, 20 per cent of drugs approved by the FDA were later classified as “BAD Drugs”, meaning that they were later withdrawn from the market or … Continue reading →
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