Noble McIntyre on July 28, 2015
What are energy drinks? An energy drink is a legal, non-alcoholic beverage that is available in many supermarkets, convenience stores and other places where you would purchase beverages like soda or juice. These drinks contain large doses of caffeine, along with other stimulants like guarana and ginseng.
Noble McIntyre on July 1, 2014
A newly released nationwide survey yielded some troubling results for Oklahomans. Oklahomans reported the third highest blood alcohol content levels. Based on data collected via mobile breathalyzer BACtrack, the average BAC was .096 percent, which is above the legal limit and it was also one of the highest reported averages nationwide.
Noble McIntyre on March 25, 2014
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 […]
Noble McIntyre on March 11, 2014
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.
Noble McIntyre on February 25, 2014
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 […]
Noble McIntyre on October 1, 2013
Approximately one quarter of all jobs in Oklahoma are energy-related in some way. According to one economist at the University of Central Oklahoma’s College of Business Administration, oil and natural gas helped the state survive the nation’s recent recession. While that’s great news for the economy, not everything’s coming up roses in the oil fields.