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 ...
Friends can play a good role in your social affairs, but it's not likely to be wise to involve them in your financial situations. Compatibility may cease to exist when money becomes an issue.
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?