DEAR DR. GOTT: I have a small but annoying problem. Last summer, I experienced a particularly sensitive tick-bite season. I have two bites which have not healed. One occurred in June, the other in September.
DEAR DR. GOTT: I am a 72-year-old male. I had colon cancer in 1990 and a serious heart attack in 1995. I started cholesterol medication shortly after that, until two years ago, when I started having leg cramps, weak muscles and sore ankles so bad I could no longer walk without a cane. I had tried every cholesterol medication available. I convinced my cardiologist to drop all cholesterol medication. I am happy to report I can walk again. I take omega-3 fish oil and feel great. My only question is, if statins damage muscles, what does it do to the ...
DEAR ABBY: I have a couple of issues with the answer you gave "Dumbfounded in San Jose" (8/16), the woman who discovered that her husband had a homosexual relationship in college 20 years ago. Had she discovered the relationship was with a woman, would you have advised her similarly?
October 24, 2006|
By ABIGAIL VAN BUREN