A third of elderly patients may be being prescribed unnecessary medication, putting them at needless risk of side-effects and costing the NHS millions, a study has shown.
One of the main reasons people disbelieve the claims of Happeh Theory, chief among them that masturbation will make a person blind and crippled, is that Doctors disagree with that claim, and actively promote masturbation as being healthy.
Doctors are liars, Doctors are stoopid and Doctors are wrong all of the time. Constantly. Every day of every month of every year. The story that is the basis of this blog entry provides another example of doctors being wrong, and provides another reason why people should believe the claim by Happeh Theory that masturbation will make a human being blind and crippled.
Doctors have promoted flossing of the teeth for decades as a practice that is conducive to good health. Now new research described in the story reprinted below has found that flossing doesn’t really do much of anything.
Drugs such as Ritalin make no difference to the long-term outcomes of children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, who continue to struggle academically and mentally as they get older, early research findings suggest.
A large scale study of adults in the US found that levels of depressive symptoms do not change from season to season or in different levels of light.
The researchers concluded that the findings are ‘inconsistent with the notion of seasonal depression as a commonly occurring disorder.’
A new draft of a report from the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee contains a monumental shift in warnings first issued nearly four decades ago, suggesting that cholesterol no longer needs to be viewed as a “nutrient of concern.”