On March 30, 2007, 57-year-old Margrit Long went to the Center for Integrative Medicine in Portland, Oregon. She was given an intravenous dose of colchicine, a drug developed to treat gout but commonly prescribed, as in Long's case, to treat neck and back pain.
She'd been receiving the treatment f ... More >>
Man or Astro-man?
Sons of Hermann Hall
Saturday, December 17, 2011
Better than: Having amoebas eat through your brain.
A snippet of conversation overheard before the Man or Astro-man? show:
"I'm really freaked out about Neti pots right now."
"Well, I read this sto ... More >>
Sly: She gets lit for a living. Are you as jealous as we are?This is part two of our interview with cocktail guru Sly Cosmopoulos. Read part one, and check back tomorrow for more.
What Dallas restaurants do you go to most often?
Eddie V's, Ocean Prime, and Sambuca are my favorites for steak ... More >>
Not every day you get a press release about an law firm being sentenced in federal court. But such a missive just arrived in the Unfair Park in-box courtesy the U.S. Attorney's Office concerning yesterday's sentencing of Trey Allen, P.C., the Firm Formerly Known as The Law Office of John H. Allen, I ... More >>
Veterinarian Norman Ralston favors acupuncture, herbs, and homeopathy instead of traditional animal medicine. He says pets speak to him through a channeler, and he lets them prescribe their own treatment. It's no wonder state regulators are keeping a clos