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Always a Good Time for a Seat Belt Reminder


Apr 22, 2014
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It’s always distressing to see news of Oklahoma roadway fatalities, and this weekend is no exception. Four people died in Oklahoma roadway crashes this weekend; three out of four of them were not wearing seat belts at the times of the crashes. One of the incidents was a single-car accident in which the driver lost control of the vehicle and hit a utility pole; the other a two-car collision. There were six people involved in the two-car collision. Of the six, the two fatalities were not wearing seat belts, and three of the remaining four individuals were. Of course, one can never say for certain that the outcome would have been different if these people had been wearing seat belts, but research suggests that it might. Continue reading…

Tornado Safety


Apr 15, 2014
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No one likes to think about tornado season approaching, especially following the devastating tornado last year. However, Oklahoma’s first tornado warning since May 31, 2013 was issued yesterday and we all need to be prepared. A brief tornado touched down in Stephens County, and there were reports of hail both in Stephens and Norman counties. Tornadoes are inevitable this season, though we always hope that they are not as strong or as catastrophic as last year’s. We can’t control the tornadoes, but we can be prepared. Although you can’t guarantee safety in a tornado, there are precautions you can take to lessen your risks. Continue reading…

Paxil and birth defects


Apr 8, 2014
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Depression is very real illness, and it’s one suffered by millions of Americans. For some, the best way to treat it is through medication, and one of the most popular is Paxil, also known as paroxetine. While Paxil can be effective in alleviating the symptoms of depression, it can be very dangerous to a pregnant woman’s unborn child. Continue reading…

How Do You Know When it’s Time to Give Up Driving?


Apr 1, 2014
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Aging can be a scary thing in a lot of respects — whether it’s your own aging progression or watching that of a loved one. There are new medical issues to worry about, maybe you feel that your memory isn’t what it once was, or you could be looking at other financial or social difficulties. Continue reading…

Reducing the Effects of Low-T with Alternatives to Testosterone Therapy


Mar 25, 2014
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In part I and part II of our three-part series on hypogonadism (Low-T), or low testosterone, we discussed the risks and benefits to testosterone therapy.

Because testosterone therapy is known to have specific associated risks, it’s important to know that if you’re suffering from symptoms of Low-T, there may be other options. Please bear in mind that the following is not medical advice and that before using this or any medication or treatment, you must consult your physician or other medical provider. Continue reading…

When to Seek Treatment for Low-T


Mar 18, 2014
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In last week’s part I of our series on testosterone therapy, we discussed the risks associated with various types of treatments. However, one recurring theme with respect to testosterone therapy is that many men who have received and are receiving treatment for the condition do not actually have Low-T. Continue reading…

Testosterone Therapy: Treatments, Risks and Awareness


Mar 11, 2014
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Lots of people think that changing hormones and the need for hormone therapy in later life is a women’s issue, but that is not the case. Men, too, experience the effects of aging and, in recent years, have been turning to hormone therapy more and more to reduce those effects. Continue reading…

How Do I Know if I Have a Medical Malpractice Claim?


Mar 4, 2014
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Medical malpractice can be a scary concept. For one thing, you could be dealing with an ailment that requires ongoing treatment. Second, you might be hesitant to raise the question of medical malpractice with your physician. Especially if it’s a physician whom you trust and who you’ve been seeing for many years, it could seem implausible that malpractice could have occurred, or even embarrassing to inquire about. Continue reading…

New Information Surfaces in Vaginal Mesh Lawsuits


Feb 25, 2014
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Legendary pharmaceutical giant Johnson & Johnson has long had troubles with its vaginal mesh implants; it continues to face claims that the TVT Retropubic sling was improperly designed. The product is used to treat patients suffering from female urinary incontinence. This month, though, news broke that Johnson & Johnson had improperly destroyed files regarding some of the implants, and now it sounds as though juries are going to hear evidence of that destruction. Continue reading…

Be careful out there, kids.


Feb 18, 2014
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Many of us woke up Sunday morning to the sad news of yet another teen driving fatality. Betsy Sue Jantz, 17, of Ringwood, died at the scene of an accident in Major County. She reportedly was wearing her seat belt when the car in which she was a passenger went off the road on U.S. 412 and hit a tree. The driver, Jonathan Lynn Koehn, 18, and passenger Christopher Jantz, 16, both remain in critical condition. Christopher Jantz was not wearing a seat belt. The cause of the accident is still under investigation. Continue reading…