Tag Archives: Case

The Case for Keto

Dr. Mercola Interviews the Experts This article is part of a weekly series in which Dr. Mercola interviews various experts on a variety of health issues. To see more expert interviews, click here. Journalist Gary Taubes has written several books on diet, including “Good Calories, Bad Calories,” “The Diet Delusion,” “Why We Get Fat: And… Read More »

Possible new virus case drove into SA

South Australians have been alerted to a possible new COVID-19 case after a man drove into the state from Victoria on Monday. The man, in his twenties, had earlier been on-board a Darwin-to-Sydney flight which had a positive COVID-19 case. “The thing that was made it a little bit difficult for our staff to put… Read More »

How Grocery Stores Are Part of the Health/Care Ecosystem – the Case of ALDI and Instacart

As humans in the Age of the Coronavirus focus on physiological needs, people have intensely focused on hunting-and-gathering food and hygiene products. We will remember memes about toilet tissue stockpiling and re-visiting canned and shelf-stable comfort foods from childhood long after the pandemic. Some people, though, haven’t had easy access to nutritious food in their… Read More »

Coronavirus live updates: Canada confirms seventh case, US citizen dies in Wuhan

A local pharmacy in Singapore ran out stocks of masks, hand sanitisers, and thermometers amid fear of the Wuhan coronavirus outbreak. There are 18 confirmed cases of Wuhan coronavirus in Singapore as of February 3, 2020, as reported by the country’s Ministry of Health (MOH). SOPA Images This is a live blog. Please check back… Read More »

Surescripts loses motion to dismiss FTC antitrust case

Dive Brief: A federal judge has rejected Surescripts’ motion to dismiss an antitrust lawsuit from the Federal Trade Commission, a blow to the e-prescribing giant as the curtains rise on what’s likely to be a drawn-out legal fray. In April, the FTC sued Arlington, Virginia-based Surescripts over alleged illegal action to maintain its e-prescribing monopoly… Read More »

Texas anti-abortion groups split over case of 11-month-old on life support

Texas “pro-life” groups are divided over the prospect of removing the respirator and feeding tubes from 11-month-old Tinslee, who was born with incurable heart and pulmonary defects and has been on life support since she was a newborn. Tinslee’s mother, Trinity Lewis, is in a legal battle to keep her daughter alive and receiving medical… Read More »

Blind to the limitations of a single case report of teen’s “blindness caused by junk food diet”

September 4, 2019 Posted By Categories Gary Schwitzer is publisher & founder of HealthNewsReview.org.  He tweets as @garyschwitzer. The title of the article that appeared in the Annals of Internal Medicine was too tempting for many journalists – “Blindness Caused By A Junk Food Diet.”  It was an article about the experience of one teenage… Read More »