ShareYes, here it is, the latest issue. Remember the name Ryan Heckendorn? He sent us a story of amazing weight loss exactly one year ago. In connection with our cover story (why is it so hard to lse weight – … Continue reading →
ShareIssue #1, dated July 1, 2006, was 240 issues ago. 24 issues per year x 10 equals 240. That makes this issue #241, the first issue of our second decade. Even though we use a fair amount of ink talking … Continue reading →
June 17, 2016
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on HOT OFF THE DIGITAL PRESS!
ShareAs usual, more interesting and salubrious reading than it would seem possible to fit in a publication this size, thanks to our handy new state-of-the-art AS-6000 (Article Squeezer 6000). Read on and you’ll see exactly what we’re talking about.
May 20, 2016
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on 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 →
ShareThat’s a big part of what we’re doing in this issue. That and excoriating those who don’t. Two doctors dish about the massive value of nurses, both to healthcare delivery in general and to enhancing the skills of individual doctors. … Continue reading →
April 15, 2016
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on 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 Comments Off on 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 4, 2016
by Dan Pearson Comments Off on Your 2-D version is here.
ShareAnd ironically, it’s about unplugging. Digital detox. Cutting infobesity. In fact, the National Day of Unplugging is officially from sundown tonight through sundown tomorrow. Let’s give it a try, shall we? It won’t be easy. And if we happen to … Continue reading →