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Your Water Does Not Need More Ions. And Its pH Is Fine.
Will Reading The End of Illness Improve Your Health?
Untreatable Gonorrhea: Another Infectious Bogeyman
Why doctors don’t like to talk about antioxidants.
A new study should finally convince parents to get their boys vaccinated against HPV—if they don’t get distracted by all the twaddle about oral sex.
European E. coli outbreak: A simple taboo underpins the hysteria over a new German E. coli strain.
Don’t listen to Tim Tebow: Hyperbaric oxygen chambers are mostly useless.
New York Times writer Tara Parker-Pope’s new book about marriage.
The case for bringing condoms to adult films.
Dr. Feelgood: The joys and perils of giving celebrities what they want.
The Yankees’ anti-microbial locker room.
Male-enhancement products that won’t spice up your Valentine’s Day.
Don’t even bother with Web-based doc-rating systems.
Politicians and Hollywood enter the debate over “chronic Lyme disease.’
Homeopathic treatments meet academic medicine.
The invasion of the surgeon robots.
John Adams’ misplaced celebration of America’s dental achievements.
The creepy claim about anesthesia awareness in the new movie Awake.