Augusta Medical Examiner

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August 5, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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Read all about it!

ShareWhat, you ask? All kinds of good stuff that encourages good health. And none of the weird stuff. Click away!

July 15, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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Your paper has arrived

ShareA picture says a thousand words. This picture says ten thousand. Click to read some of them.

June 3, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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We haven’t published an issue this good…

Share…in at least two weeks. Inside: A Bad Billy Laveau instant classic. And the PERFECT book for bathroom reading. See From the Bookshelf on page 11. Our two cover stories are also worthy of your perusal. When your 16-year-old son … Continue reading

May 20, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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What’s black, white, and read all over?

ShareAnswer: The Medical Examiner, although to be fair, it also has blue, green, yellow, red… pretty much the whole spectrum. If you don’t believe that, click over to page 16 for proof. On that same page: where Pink Floyd and … Continue reading

April 15, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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We do a 180°

ShareOh, there are a few jokes in their usual spot (page 13), but not the wall-to-wall jocularity of the April 1 issue. In fact, story #1 addresses the tragic and growing problem of pain pill addiction. And urologist Darren Mack … Continue reading

March 18, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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This issue is a real yawner

ShareThe cover story is, anyway. It’s about the mystery of why we yawn. Researchers can’t quite figure it out. It’s a fascinating subject. Even so, expect to yawn as you read it. Plus a couple of dozen other intriguing topics, … Continue reading

March 1, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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This is majorly useful.

ShareNot to say that medications aren’t important, even life-saving. They frequently are. But just as doctors usually begin a treatment regimen with the least invasive option first, a diet long of fruits and vegetables would go a long way toward … Continue reading

February 19, 2016
by Dan Pearson
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The new & improved Feb. 19 issue

Share(New and improved? That means we fixed a few typos that were in the print edition. So this is even better, if you can believe it.)

September 18, 2015
by Dan Pearson
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Can you be fat AND suffer from malnutrition?

ShareIf you’ve ever heard the term empty calories, you know the answer is yes. We take a look at this issue in pre-observance of Malnutrition Awareness Week (Sept. 28 – Oct. 2). Granted, it’s not something you think about every … Continue reading