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May 2004

Does Renaissance use Anibiotics in treatments?

Two reports in the scientific literature (Annals of Internal 5 Medicine, Sept. 1993, and Reports from the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science March 1994 ) bring attention to the possibility that microbial strains are evolving that are resistant to all presently known antibiotics. Dr. Alexander Tomasz of Rockefeller University …

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Hold The Antibiotics

More and more physicians are holding off on antibiotics for kids’ ear infections. This is based on numerous studies that have shown that 80% of otherwise healthy kids with acute otitis media get better without antibiotics. The American Academy of Pediatrics suggests “watchful waiting” for 2-3 days to see if the ear infection does not …

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Favorable Spin

Lots of drug study results are being disseminated with a favorable spin. Presenting the SAME results in different ways using different statistical methods actually, affects prescribing. For example, physicians are more likely to prescribe Simvastatin when told it reduces mortality by 30% instead of saying it improves survival from 88.5% to 91.8%. But these are …

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Blister Prevention

When the weather begins to warm in the springtime people have a renewed desire to get out in nature and walk. One problem that is often encountered is blistering of the feet. Studies have indicated that it is the rubbing of moist skin that most predisposes to blister formation. So to help prevent this wear …

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