People aren’t productive at work when they’re ill and they risk infecting others, writes Michael Tam.
General practitioners tend to obsess over blood pressure – with good reason, write Michael Tan and Patrick Khoury.
It isn’t that surprising that nothing really works for preventing or treating colds. Given how common they are, any truly effective therapy would be a massive commercial blockbuster and hardly a secret, writes Michael Tam.
For the most part, acute gastroenteritis is a self-limiting disease. It usually resolves completely without medical treatment, writes Michael Tam.