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N’Ode to a Spider or How Two Political Parties and the TARDIS Joined Forces

October 13, 2014
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N’Ode to a Spider or How Two Political Parties and the TARDIS Joined Forces

A few days ago I was bitten on the side of the neck by a spider.   It became inflamed and warranted a trip to the local medical facility.  It also infected the lymph node behind…

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Has The McPlague Already Started?

February 20, 2014
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Has The McPlague Already Started?

The New York Times recently reported that two million Americans fall ill from antibiotic-resistant bacteria every year and 23,000 die from those infections. A major source of the problem is factory farms, where healthy animals…

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Ask Dr. Snee: Spring is All Up in Us

March 21, 2012
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Dr. Snee is taking a break from working out and March (vasectomy) Madness to answer all of your medical questions. Spring is in the air, and that means diets, sinus infections and the bitter deathsport…

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Taking Down the Superbug

June 7, 2011
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More powerful than most viruses; able to ward off antibiotics in massive doses, faster spreading than Mono in a room filled with  horny teenagers: It’s a germ; it’s a bacteria; it’s a Superbug!  Yes, here…

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